Seminars and Events

Invited speakers present their work

Topics in Plant Biology presented by invited speakers

Location

Institute of Plant Sciences
Altenbergrain 21, main auditorium

Time

Mondays during the semester at 16:15-17:30 h

Spring Semester 2017

Date

 Speaker / Lecture Title                        

Organiser

20.02.2017    
27.02.2017 Dr. Stefan Töpfer, Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International (CABI)
Inundative and classical biological control of the invasive alien western corn rootworm Diabrotica v. virgifera
Prof. Dr. M. Erb
06.03.2017 Dr. Will Fletcher, University of Manchester
Holocene perspectives on the climatic vulnerability of the endangered Atlantic cedar in the Middle Atlas, Morocco
Prof. Dr. W. Tinner
13.03.2017 Dr. Ulrich Hammes, University of Regensburg
Amino acid cycling: impact on yield, pathogen success and development
Prof. Dr. D. Rentsch
20.03.2017 Dr. Paolo Cherubini, WSL Birmensdorf
Mediterranean tree-ring ecophysiology
Prof. Dr. W. Tinner

27.03.2017 Prof. Dr. Catherine Peichel, Institute of Ecology and Evolution, University of Bern
Genetic and molecular basis of adaptation in threespine sticklebacks
Prof. Dr. C. Kuhlemeier
03.04.2017 Dr. Sybille Unsicker, MPI-CE
The Chemical Ecology of Black Poplar (Populus nigra)
Prof. Dr. M. Erb
10.04.2017 Prof. Dr. Merijn Kant, University of Amsterdam
Mechanisms and ecological consequences of plant-defense manipulation by herbivorous mites

 

Prof. Dr. M. Erb
24.04.2017 Prof. Dr. Alistair Seddon, University of Bergen
The Ecological Time Machine
Prof. Dr. W. Tinner
01.05.2017

Dr. Jose Jiménez-Gómez, IJPB Versailles
Using Next Generation Sequencing to identify genes important for adaptation in Arabidopsis and domestication in tomato

Prof. Dr. C. Kuhlemeier
08.05.2017 Dr. Eric Harvey, EAWAG Dübendorf
Biotic interactions as modulators of global change effects
Prof. Dr. E. Allan
15.05.2017
 
22.05.2017

29.05.2017

Autumn Semester 2017

Date

 Speaker / Lecture Title                        

Organiser

18.09.2017    
25.09.2017


02.10.2017


09.10.2017  

16.10.2017


23.10.2017 PD Dr. Alexandra Weigelt, University of Leipzig
Does resource partitioning drive biodiversity effects? Evidence from the Jena Experiment
Prof. Dr. E. Allan
30.10.2017


06.11.2017

13.11.2017


20.11.2017


27.11.2017


04.12.2017

 

11.12.2017


18.12.2017

Friday, 21st of October 2016, 15:30 (lecture hall, IPS)

Prof. James Grace

U.S. Geological Survey

The Great Productivity-Diversity Debate: Looking back and looking forward

 

Organiser: Dr. Caterina Penone