Winter Semester 2018/2019

12 October 2018 – Application of DNA-tools for investigating planktonic diversity: Recent applications in limnology and paleolimnology, Dr. Isabelle Domaizon

Application of DNA-tools for investigating planktonic diversity: Recent applications in limnology and paleolimnology

Time
Friday, 12. October 2018
13.00 - 14.00

Where
M 628

Speaker
Dr. Isabelle Domaizon, INRA

19 October 2018 – Warming effects on predator-prey interactions – a resource-based approach and a theoretical synthesis, Prof. Dr. Sebastian Diehl

Warming effects on predator-prey interactions – a resource-based approach and a theoretical synthesis

Time
Friday, 19th October 2018
14.00 - 15.00

Where
Limnological Institute, U206

Speaker
Prof. Dr. Sebastian Diehl, Umea University

22 October 2018 – Freshwater microbiology along environmental gradients in the Polar Regions: implications for climatic-driven environmental change, Dr. Anne Jungblut

Freshwater microbiology along environmental gradients in the Polar Regions: implications for climatic-driven environmental change

Time
Monday, 22 October 2018
16.00-17.00

Where
M 627

Speaker
Dr. Anne Jungblut, Natural History Museum, UK

29 October 2018 – Response of Danish lakes to reduced nutrient loading - gradual or abrupt changes?, Prof. Dr. Erik Jeppesen

Response of Danish lakes to reduced nutrient loading - gradual or abrupt changes?

Time
Monday, 29 October 2018
16.00-17.00

Where
M 627

Speaker
Prof. Dr. Erik Jeppesen, Aarhus University

05 November 2018 – Metabolic versatility, complete ammonia oxidizers, and more: A new perspective on the nitrifying microorganisms, Prof. Dr. Holger Daims

Metabolic versatility, complete ammonia oxidizers, and more: A new perspective on the nitrifying microorganisms

Time
Monday, 05 November 2018
16.00-17.00

Where
M 627

Speaker
Prof. Dr. Holger Daims, University of Vienna

Metabolic versatility, complete ammonia oxidizers, and more: A new perspective on the nitrifying microorganisms 

12 November 2018 – The ecology and ecophysiology of diatom biofilms, Prof. Dr. Graham Underwood

The ecology and ecophysiology of diatom biofilms

Time
Monday, 12 November 2018
16.00-17.00

Where
M 627

Speaker
Prof. Dr. Graham Underwood, University of Essex

26 November 2018 – Workshop “Body Language and Self-Presentation“

Workshop “Body Language and Self-Presentation“ with Claudia Dalchow

Please note that the course is offered for female doctoral researchers only

In this seminar you will learn ...
• how your body language shapes your perception and reality,
• how to operate your “two brains“ to conquer nervousness and stage fright for good,
• how to recognize and interpret body language in others – from head to toe,
• how the first handshake shapes any further conversation,
• how to appear highly qualified and congenial at the same time,
• how to see at first glance if a person is open to discuss a certain topic,
• how to read and shift the state of a group of people,

effective methods and tools for appearing extremely secure and fully

present during conversations and presentations – independent of your own

mood or state,
• how even conversations with “difficult“ employees / co-workers can be handled in a relaxed manner,
• how clothing and styling influences one‘s body language and external perception.

03 December 2018 – Young Scientist Event "RTG R3- SeeWandel"

03 December 2018 – Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics meets Hydrodynamics: Linking internal waves and internal P-loading to rapid Daphnia evolution via cyanobacterial blooms, Prof. Dr. Nelson Hairston

 

Eco-Evolutionary

Dynamics meets Hydrodynamics: Linking internal waves and internal P-loading to

rapid Daphnia evolution via cyanobacterial blooms

Time
Monday, 03 December 2018
16.00-17.00

Where
M 627

Speaker
Prof. Dr. Nelson Hairston, Cornell University

10-11 December 2018 – Workshop "Presentation & Communication skills"

Workshop "Presentation & Communication skills"  with Julie Stearns

Please note that the course is offered for female doctoral researchers only


In this seminar you will learn...

• public speaking skills
• engaging the audience in one’s talk
• effectively communicate the importance and relevance of the work and the core message  in your talk
• focusing techniques to empower the speaker
• develop language & structuring tactics for effective communication
• affirming the strengths and individual style of the speaker
• gender specific training to deal with specific challenges

    17 December 2018 – Apple RAC ’n’ Roll – Are multiple low dose pesticide exposures harmless for aquatic communities?, Dr. René Gergs

    Apple RAC ’n’ Roll – Are multiple low dose pesticide

    exposures harmless for aquatic communities?

    Time
    Monday, 03 December 2018
    16.00-17.00

    Where
    M 627

    Speaker
    Dr. René Gergs, Umweltbundesamt Berlin

    07 January 2019 – talk, Prof. Dr. Shelley Arnott

    Time
    Monday, 07 January 2019
    16.00-17.00

    Where
    M 627

    Speaker
    Prof. Dr. Shelley Arnott, Queens University Kingston

    15-16 January 2019 – Workshop "Leading successfully without gender bias"

    Workshop "Leading successfully without gender bias"  with Angelina Topan

    Time
    15-16 January 2019
    9.00 - 17.00

    Where
    K7, TR 07

    In this seminar you will ...

    • gain insight into your role as a leader
    • strengthen your abilities to organize yourself as a leader
    • learn how to be a leader in a gender and diversity sensitive manner
    • learn basics in (gender sensitive) communication and chairmanship
    • develop your abilities to recognize employee potential
    • learn how to give feedback


    21 January 2019 – talk, Prof. Dr. Meinhard Simon

    Time
    Monday, 21 January 2019
    16.00-17.00

    Where
    M 627

    Speaker
    Prof. Dr. Meinhard Simon, University of Oldenburg

    11 Feburary 2019 – talk, Prof. Dr. Rita Adrian

    Time
    Monday, 11 February 2019
    16.00-17.00

    Where
    M 627

    Speaker
    Prof. Dr. Rita Adrian, Leibniz-Institut of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries

    28 March 2019 – Career Day for Biologists

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    Summer Semester 2019

    07-09 April 2019– RTG R3 Retreat

    Time
    Sunday, 07. April 2019 – Tuesday, 09. April 2019

    Where
    Haus Maria Lindenberg, Sankt Peter

    Summer Semster 2018

    08-10 April 2018 – RTG R3 Retreat

     

    Time
    Sunday, 08. April 2018 – Tuesday, 10. April 2018

    Where
    Kloster Heiligkreuztal, Altheim

    23 April 2018 – Phenotypic plasticity in Daphnia: Molecular mechanisms and changing environments, Dr. Linda Weiss

    Phenotypic plasticity in Daphnia: Molecular mechanisms and changing environments

    Time
    Monday, 23. April 2018
    16.00 - 17.00

    Where
    Limnological Institute

    Speaker
    Dr. Linda Weiss, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

    07 May 2018 – Does host-parasite coevolution generate genetic diversity? Prof. Dr. Dieter Ebert

    Does host-parasite coevolution generate genetic diversity?

    Time
    Monday, 07. May 2018
    16.00 - 17.00

    Where
    Limnological Institute

    Speaker
    Prof. Dr. Dieter Ebert, University of Basel

    04 June 2018 – Coupling remote sensing , in-situ and modelling data for lake processes understanding, Dr. Damien Bouffard

    Coupling remote sensing , in-situ and modelling data for lake processes understanding

    Time
    Monday, 04. June 2018
    16.00 - 17.00

    Where
    Limnological Institute

    Speaker
    Dr. Damien Bouffard, Eawag

    18 June 2018 – The Bone Wars: A Tale of Scientific Rivalry, Dipl.-Biol. Martina Kroth

    The Bone Wars: A Tale of Scientific Rivalry

    Time
    Monday, 18. June 2018
    16.00 - 17.00

    Where
    Limnological Institute

    Speaker
    Dipl.- Biol. Martina Kroth, Leitung Bodensee Naturmuseum

    02 July 2018 – Causes and Consequences of Hybridization - From Behaviour to Evolution, Prof. Dr. Tobias Uller

    Causes and Consequences of Hybridization - From Behaviour to Evolution

    Time
    Monday, 02. July 2018
    16.00 - 17.00

    Where
    Limnological Institute

    Speaker
    Prof. Dr. Tobias Uller, Lund University

    09 July 2018 – False negatives, false positives and detecting rare species, Prof. Dr. Hugh McIsaac

    False negatives, false positives and detecting rare species

    Time
    Monday, 09. July 2018
    16.00 - 17.00

    Where
    Limnological Institute

    Speaker
    Prof. Dr. Hugh McIsaac, University of Windsor