Seminar WS 2019/2020

Student participation in the seminar can be recognized as an elective subject (KV 128 804 “Ausgewählte Themen der Wildtierökologie”)
Alle Seminare finden um 16:00 c.t. im Seminarraum des Forschungsinstituts für Wildtierkunde und Ökologie statt.

October 2019

02.10 Stefan FISCHER
Konrad-Lorenz-Institute of Ethology, University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna 1
The influence of early experience on social plasticity in cooperative breeder 2
09.10

Inga NEUMANN
Regensburg Center of Neuroscience, Dep. of Behavioral and Molecular Neurobiology, Univ. of Regensburg, DE 3
The brain oxytocin system: Pro-social, anxiolytic and anti-stress effects 4

16.10 Michael LIERZ
Clinic for Birds, Reptiles, Amphibians and Fish, Justus-Liebig- University Giessen, DE 5
Assisted reproduction in Parrots – A helpful tool to save endangered species? 6
23.10. Redouan BSHARY
Institute of Biology, University of Neuchâtel, CH 7
Animal cooperation; from game theory to ecology to classic ethology and psychology 8
30.10.

Vlatka ČUBRIĆ-ČURIK
Univ. of Zagreb, Dep. of Animal Science, Lab. for Conservation Genetics, HR 9

Large-scale maternal genomics reveals living aurochs mitochondria in Europe 10

November 2019

06.11 Bernd GIESE
Institute of Safety and Risk Sciences, Univesity of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, A 11
Gene Drives mark a new quality in GMO release 12
13.11  Swen RENNER
Curator and Head of Ornithology, Natural History Museum Vienna, A 13

Birds in a changing world: effects of global change on biodiversity 14

20.11 David HAZLERIGG
Arctic Chronobiology and Physiology Group, University of Tromsø, NO 15
Photoperiodic history-dependence – why? where? and how? 16
27.11

Barbara TABORSKY
Division of Behavioural Ecology, Institute of Ecology and Evolution, University of Bern, CH 17
Development matters: animal social competence and its neuroendocrine basis 18

December 2019

04.12 Jacopo CECERE
Istituto Superiore per la Protezione e la Ricerca Ambientale, Ozzano dell’Emilia, I 19
Moving toward foraging grounds when breeding together with hundreds of conspecifics: the movement ecology of colonial birds  20
11.12 Gerald KERTH
Applied Zoology and Nature Conservation, Zoological Institute and Museum, Greifswald, DE 21
Long-term field studies in bat research: importance for basic and applied research questions in animal behavior 22
18.12.

Carles VILA
Conservation and Evolutionary Genetics Group, Estación Biológica de Doñana – CSIC, E 23
Evolution and extinction: wolves and quails in southern Spain 24

January 2020

08.01 Susanne ÅKESSON
Dep. of Biology, Center for Animal Movement Research, Lund University, SE 25
A life on the wing: individual tracking of common swifts reveal a highly mobile lifestyle 26
15.01 Jasmine L. LOVELAND
Behavioural Genetics and Evolutionary Ecology Research group, Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, DE 27
Diamonds in the Ruff: insights into the endocrinal changes in an inversion polymorphism
22.01 Steffen HAHN
Department Bird Migration, Swiss Ornithological Institute, CH 28
Broad-scale pattern and individual performances of Afro-Palaearctic migrant birds 29
29.01. Göran SPONG
Molecular Ecology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, SE 30
Genetic tracking across international borders