Departmental Seminar: Evolutionary Biology

Summer Term 2024

Tuesdays 11:30-13:00
Lecture Hall 3, University of Vienna Biology Building, Djerassiplatz 1, 1030 Vienna

300142 SE Evolutionary Biology (2023S)
Departmentalseminar for Masterstudents
3.00 ECTS (2.00 SWS), SPL 30 - Biologie
Continuous assessment of course work

Book the timeslot for your talk here!


March 5th Mihaela Pavlicev
General information
Andreas Wanninger
A worm is a snail is a worm: MorphoEvoDevo of vermification in mollusks
March 19th Anna-Chiara Barta
Phylogeny and Evolution of Peracarida (Crustacea)
Michelle Kokodynska
The influence of artificial light at night on the development of tadpoles of the European Green Toad (Bufotes viridis)
April 9th Philipp Mitteröcker
Modelling the Evolution of Schizophrenia
April 16th Susanne Reier
Elucidating phylogeographic patterns of minnows in complex aquifers of the Dinaric Karst
April 23rd Seminar cancelled!
April 30th Tim Wollesen
News from the Wollesen Lab
May 7th Katya Stansfield
Forward Modelling of Walking in Humans: the Story so Far.
May 14th Stephan Koblmüller
Lake Tanganyika’s endemic (fish) species flocks: a model system in evolutionary biology research
May 21st Markus Bastir
The evolutionary origins of modern human body shape
May 28th Lukas Humer
Comparison of the life stages of Peruphasma schultei regarding mandibles and biting tracks
Gudrun Schwarze
Morphogenesis, gene expression, and metamorphosis in a vermetid gastropod
June 4th Leopold Eckhart
Evolution of Hoxc13-dependent skin appendages in amphibians and amniotes
June 11th Denise Disacke
The invasive amphibian parasite Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd) in Vienna: Biomonitoring using environmental DNA
Augustina Löwenstein
Lepidurus apus (L., 1758): A population genetic analysis through time and space
June 18th Matthäus Greilhuber
Bridging the gap between population genetics and historic landscape ecology for large Branchiopods
David Ebmer
Vector-borne pathogens in the seal louse, Echinophthirius horridus
June 26th
Vanessa Walther
Nestpredation in the rainforests of Costa Rica
Philipp Hummer
From the pattern backwards to the process: What correlations of traits can tell us about their underlying genetic architecture and co-development
Dennis Kollarits
Amphibian communities in the Pacific lowlands of southwest Costa Rica