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Schedule:

note time: 18:00! 02.03.21 – Michael Rose (Univ. of California, Irvine, US)
Machine learning for the omics of experimental evolution.

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09.03.21 – JJ Emerson (Univ. of California, Irvine, US)
Genome structure and variation: Hidden, heterogeneous, and functional.

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16.03.21 – Jeffrey Ross-Ibarra (Univ. of California, Davis, US)
The two teosintes that made maize.

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23.03.21 – Brandon Gaut (Univ. of California, Irvine, US)
The evolutionary genomics of Vitis: Domestication, sex and introgression.

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note time: 10:00! 06.04.21 – Daniel Ortiz-Barrientos (Univ. of Queensland, AU)
Polygenic adaptation and the origin of intrinsic reproductive isolation.  

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13.04.21 – Michael Purugganan (New York Univ., US)
The geographic spread of domesticated crops.

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20.04.21 – Franjo Weissing (Univ. of Groningen, NL)
A mechanistic perspective on the evolution of adaptive plasticity.

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27.04.21 – Tiffany Taylor (Univ. of Bath, UK)
Revealing the silent drivers of extreme parallel evolution.

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04.05.21 – David Begun (Univ. of California, Davis, US)
Evolutionary genetics of male reproductive tissue transcriptomes in Drosophila.

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11.05.21 – Katie Lotterhos (Northeastern Univ., US)
Local adaptation and responses to climate change.

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25.05.21 – Göran Arnqvist (Uppsala Univ., SE)
Repeatability of adaptive life history evolution in seed beetles.

01.06.21 – Isabel Gordo (Inst. Gulbenkian de Ciencia, PT)
Two modes of evolution shape diversity of a common gut commensal.

note time: 10:00! 08.06.21 – Conrad Burden (Australian National Univ., AU)
The diffusion limit of Wright-Fisher and branching models.

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15.06.21 – David Reich (Harvard Univ., US)
Ancient DNA and the new science of the human past.

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22.06.21 – Sarah Signor (North Dakota State Univ., US)
The evolution of piRNA defense against genomic parasites in Drosophila simulans.

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29.06.21 – Jeremy Berg (Univ. of Chicago, US)
Population structure and polygenic scores: is stratification a solved problem yet?

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vetmed uni vienna
Gregor Mendel Institute of Molecular Plant Biology
Universität Wien