01.03.16 – Christian Lexer (Univ. of Vienna, A)
Evolutionary genomics: what the ‘speciation continuum’ can and cannot tell us.
WEDNESDAY! 09.03.16 - Matthias Horn (Univ. of Vienna, A)
Primordial encounters - the evolution of chlamydiae.
15.03.16 - Dmitry Filatov (Univ. of Oxford, GB)
Genome evolution following transition to separate sexes.
05.04.16 - M. Mar Alba (IMIM-UPF, Barcelona, E)
How are new genes born? Insights from deep transcriptomics studies.
12.04.16 - Johannes Overgaard (Aarhus Univ., DK)
The physiology and ecology of insect cold tolerance.
19.04.16 - Markus Pfenninger (Goethe Univ. Frankfurt, GER)
Is evolution predictable? Population genomic analyses of fish adaptation to toxic hydrogen-sulphide.
27.04.16 - Mini-Symposium "Frontiers of Population Genetics III"
FRIDAY! 29.04.16 - Ary Hoffmann (Univ. of Melbourne, AUS)
Climate change adaptation: What Drosophila has taught us across 27 years.
03.05.16 - Corbin Jones (UNC Chapel Hill, USA)
Evolving tastes: how adaptations to novel foods lead to changes in the Drosophila chemosensory system.
10.05.16 – Charalambos Kyriacou (Univ. of Leicester, UK)
Neurogenetic and evolutionary analysis of the Drosophila clock.
17.05.16 - Ellen Baake (Bielefeld Univ., GER)
Ancestral selection graph meets lookdown construction.
impromptu seminar 20.05.2016, 11:00 (Institute of Population Genetics, Vetmeduni Vienna building HA, 4th floor)
Henrique Teotonio (IBENS, France)
Adaptation to Temporally Fluctuating Environments by the Evolution of Maternal Effects
24.05.16 - Kirsten Senti (Vetmeduni Vienna, A)
The battle between the piRNA pathway and Transposable Elements in the Drosophila ovary: Threats, mechanisms and the evolution of endogenous retroviruses.
31.05.16 – Elio Sucena (IGC, PT)
Using Evolution for the study of development and physiology.
07.06.16 – Agnes Jonas (Vetmeduni Vienna, A)
Inferring evolutionary trajectories from allele frequency time series.
14.06.16 – Hanna Kokko (Univ. of Zurich, CH)
Males exist. Does it matter?
impromptu seminar 17.06.16, 17:00 (library of the Institute of Population Genetics, Vetmeduni Vienna building HA, 4th floor)
Francois Blanquart (Imperial College London, UK):
Attenuation of HIV virulence in Uganda explained by a transmission-virulence evolutionary model.
21.06.16 – Mariana Wolfner (Cornell Univ., USA)
How male proteins regulate female reproduction: functions and evolution of Drosophila seminal proteins.
28.06.16 – John Brookfield (Univ. of Nottingham, UK)
The past, the present, and transposable elements.