BioMove Research Training Group
BioMove Research Training Group 

Seminars & Workshops

BioMove Fridays Summer 2017

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Date Topic Speaker Location
21.04.2017 Workshop 9 -12: Metapopulation dynamics - from theory to practical use Prof. Yaron Ziv Ben-Gurion University of the Negev UP
Talk 13:15 - 14:45: Science-based conservation: species-area relationship

Monday,

15.05.2017 14:15 - 15:45

Landscape ecology and the management of exotic species

Prof. Kirk Moloney

Iowa State University

UP 
19.05.2017 Microbial macroecology: new insights from species distribution analyses

Prof. Janne Soininen

University of Helsinki

ZALF
23.06.2017 Understanding and managing species’ responses to environmental changes: the role of dispersal and mechanistic modelling

Dr. Greta Bocedi

University of Aberdeen

IZW (details in the PDF file below)

Monday, 03.07.2017

14:15 - 15:45

Nature´s best predictions:

(spatio-) temporal programming by biological clocks

Prof. Dr. Barbara Helm

University of Glasgow

UP
07.07.2017 TBA TBA FU

 

Programme for BioMove Friday @IZW (23.06.2017)
BioMove@IZW_23062017.pdf
PDF-Dokument [300.7 KB]

BioMove Fridays will be alternating organised by the involved institutions during the summer. Details will follow as soon as possible. 

 

Locations:

UP: Universität Potsdam, AG Vegetationsökologie & Naturschutz, Am Mühlenberg 3, 14476 Potsdam-Golm; Meeting room (house 60, room 3.01).

 

ZALF: Leibniz-Zentrum für Agrarlandschaftsforschung e. V.,
Eberswalder Straße 84, 15374 Müncheberg

 

IZW: Leibniz-Institut für Zoo- und Wildtierforschung

im Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V., Alfred-Kowalke-Str. 17,
10315 Berlin (lecture hall, ground floor)

 

FU: Freie Universität Berlin, AG Ökologie der Pflanzen, Altensteinstr. 6, 14195 Berlin-Dahlem

 

TBA = To Be Announced

Programme for BioMove Friday @ZALF (19.05.2017)
BioMoveFriday_May19_ZALF.pdf
PDF-Dokument [75.3 KB]

BioMove Workshops 2017

Date Topic Location
January 2017 Rhetoric empowerment for women UP
February 2017 Good Scientific Practice: Scientific Writing UP

BioMove Fridays Winter 2016/2017

Date Time Topic Speaker
21.10.2016 13 - 14:30 Assessing population-level movement dynamics based on catch-effort data Dr. Emiel van Loon
18.11.2016 13 - 14:30 Capacities of butterflies for dealing with environmental change Prof. Klaus Fischer
02.12.2016 11 - 11:45 Balancing Agroecosystem Services In Landscapes (BASIL) Larissa Schaub
13 - 14:30 Movement ecology and its relationship to behavioural ecology and conservation Prof. Heribert Hofer

16.12.2016

13:15 - 14:45 Organism traits, spatial scale, and habitat connectivity as determinants of biodiversity patterns in aquatic metacommunities Dr. Steven Declerck
13.01.2017 13 - 14:30 The little things that run - a general scaling of invertebrate exploratory speed with body mass Prof. Ulrich Brose
24.01.2017 13 - 14:30 Migratory birds in the wake of climate change Prof. Franz Bairlein
10.02.2017 13 - 14:30 Space use and the landscape of fear - Importance for Biodiversity? Prof. Jana Eccard

BioMove Workshops 2016

Date Topic Location
February 2016 Good Scientific Practice: Data Management UP
February 2016 W5: GIS basics IZW
March 2016 W3: Advanced Statistics UP
March 2016 W2: Ecological Modelling UP
June 2016 Good Scientific Practice: Animal Protection Laws & Permissions for Animal Experiments UP
October 2016 Summer School 1 - Telemetry: Animal tracking methods and advanced data analyses Gülpe
November 2016 W5: GIS & Remote sensing IZW
November 2016 Retreat Bad Belzig

BioMove Fridays Summer 2016

Date Time Topic Speaker
15.04.2016 9:30-11 W1: Concept Paper Discusson all
11-13 Tiger, mouse and seals: example models of homeranges and territories and lessons for BioMove Volker Grimm
14-15 PhD Project Wiebke Ullmann
29.04.2016 14-16 AgroScapeLab Projects (bats & lyme disease/small mammals Olga Heim & Christiane Hönicke
13.05.2016 14-16 Climate induced changes in matrix suitability trigger Gerbil movements and explain genetic diversity in a dynamic savanna landscape Niels Blaum

27.05.2016

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10:15-13

Masterclass "The fundamental importance of scale and its consequences for animal movement analysis"

(at MBA 2a)

Kamran Safi
14-16

Talk "From single tracks to global migration networks"

(at MBA 2)

10.06.2016 9-13 Animal Protection Laws & Permissions for Animal Experiments Jens Raila
14-16 From rich semi-natural aquatic communities to simplified two-species simulation models: importance of species interactions and life history traits Viktoriia Radchuk
24.06.2016 11:30-13 Talk: Modeling animal movement as a continuous-time stochastic process: Towards a rigorous statistical framework for movement ecology Justin Calabrese
14-16 Masterclass: An introduction to the ctmm R package for analyzing animal tracking data
08.07.2016 14-16

Moving the distance: Bat migration across anthropogenic landscapes

Christian Voigt
22.07.2016 14-16 Why move and where to move? Linking animal personality, spatial memory and foraging movement Melanie Dammhahn
Date Time Topic Speaker
02.09.2016 14-16 Movement Ecology and ATLAS system Ran Nathan

BioMove Fridays Winter 2015/2016

Date Time Topic Speaker
16.10.2015 11-12:30 Organisation of Seminar, Workshops etc. all
14-16 W1: BioMove Concept Florian Jeltsch
30.10.2015 11-12:30 Presentation of Summer Schools Wiebke, Merlin & Cédric
14-16 Expertise talks Merlin, Gabriele K, Gabriele S, Wiebke, Antje
13.11.2015 10-12:30 W1: Mobile Links Concept all
14-16 Expertise talks Sebastian, Magdalena, Manuel, Annika, Ulrike
11.12.2015 10-12:30 W1: Stabilizing/Equalizing Concepts all
14-16 Expertise talks Pierluigi, Cédric, Lisa, Larissa, Konstantin
18.12.2015 14-16 Fragmentation of landscapes: conceptual framework for modelling ecosystem services in transition zones Martin Schmidt
08.01.2016 9:30-10:30 PoGS Introduction Kerstin Hille
10:30-12:30 W1: Stabilizing/Equalizing Concepts all
14-16 PhD Projects Gabriele K, Gabriele S
22.01.2016 11-16 PhD Projects Sebastian, Merlin, Lisa, Cédric
05.02.2016 9-12:30 Data Management Jana Petermann
14-16 PhD Projects Pierluigi, Magdalena, Annika
19.02.2016 11-15 PhD Projects Sissi, Larissa, Manuel

BioMove Workshops 2015

Date Topic Location
October 2015 Retreat Seehausen
Oct. 15 - April 16 W1: Concepts in movement ecology and biodiversity research UP
November 2016 Gender meets Culture UP

BioMove

Research Training Group DFG-GRK 2118/1

Speaker:

Prof. Dr. Florian Jeltsch

jeltsch [at] uni-potsdam.de

 

Deputy speaker:

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Niels Blaum blaum [at] uni-potsdam.de

 

Coordination:

Dr. Antje Herde

herde [at] uni-potsdam.de

Contact

biomove-rtg [at] uni-potsdam.de

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