Lectures, colloquia & other events
The Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Studies is a research institute in the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at the University of Groningen. CEES embraces nine research groups, all located at the Linnaeusborg on the Zernike science campus.
CEES coordinates the local Research School Ecology and Evolution. Within CEES, RSEE provides a framework for planning, course work, supervision, professional development and mentoring of its >125 PhD students from the starting phase of their project to the completion of their thesis.
CEES also coordinates the Top Programme Evolutionary Biology that is embedded in the Master Programme Ecology and Evolution and is aiming at talented students pursuing a research career. This programme is also offered as Erasmus Mundus Master Programme in Evolutionary Biology (MEME website).
CEES weekly tea breaks will be held at 15.30 on the fifth floor of the Linnaeusborg (building 5173) near the CEES Office. Each break will be followed at 16.00 by an inspirational lecture from the table below.
Jacintha Ellers ((VU Amsterdam): How trait plasticity drives species interactions under climate change
|Mar 13||CEES Council|
Monika Trienens (CEES): Drosophila and Aspergillus - Flies and fungi fighting over fruits
Göran Arnqvist (Uppsala University): Mitonuclear epistasis, selection and the evolution of mitochondria in seed beetles
James Marshall (University of Sheffield): From house-hunting honeybees to Weber's law and speed-accuracy trade-offs
|Apr 10||CEES Council|
Jofre Carnicer (CEES)
Ronald Osinga (Wageningen University): Ecophysiological consequences of global warming, ocean acidification and eutrophication for coral reefs