Abteilung Fischökologie & Evolution


Hier finden Sie die Informationen zu den Lehrveranstaltungen der Abteilung am Institute of Ecology and Evolution der Universität Bern.

Studienprogramm an der Universität Bern:

Einen vollständigen Überblick zu Vorlesungen und Kursen des laufenden Semesters finden Sie im Veranstaltungsverzeichnis (KSL) der Universität Bern.

Herbst Semester 2020

5637Speciation, lecture and workshop13.15-16.00 DienstagUni Bern
402777Scientific methods in Ecology and Evolution, lecture with practical08.15-11.00
Uni Bern
403276Conservation Biology and Evolutionary Biodiversity Dynamics 08.15-10.00 Mittwoch
Mittwoch 20.1.21 14.00-16.00
Uni Bern
10859Introduction to Ecology and Evolution12.15-14.00 Dienstag 10.15-12.00 Donnerstag
10.15-11.00 Freitag
Donnerstag 14.1.21 10.00-12.00
Uni Bern
11842Aquatic Ecology & Evolution, advanced practicals
(BSc thesis)

Uni Bern &
Eawag Kastanienbaum
100498Aquatic ecology & evolution (MSc thesis)
Journal Club
10898Journal Club macroevolution10.00 - 11.00 MittwochEawag Kastanienbaum
100246Lecture Series in Ecology & Evolution16.15 - 18.00 DienstagHallerauditorium,
Baltzerstrasse 1, 
Uni Bern
10889Graduate research seminar / problem solving11.00 - 12.30 MittwochEawag Kastanienbaum
10856Seminar Series in Aquatic Ecology and Macroevolution14.00 - 15.30 MittwochEawag Kastanienbaum


  • Lecture Series in Ecology and Evolution
    Weekly seminars of the Institute of Ecology & Evolution, University of Bern

  • Eawag Seminars
    Weekly seminars at Eawag Dübendorf core topic «Distinguished Lecturer Series»



Seminarserie für Aquatische Ökologie und Makroevolution

Wöchentliche Seminarreihe an der Eawag Kastanienbaum, jeweils mittwochs um 14 Uhr

Alle Seminare werden auch per Zoom verfügbar gemacht. Bitte kontaktieren Sie uns bei Interesse an einem unserer Seminare (michelle.achermann-sidler@eawag.ch).

Date Who (Host) Title
16.09.2020 Prof. Anusuya Chinsamy-Turan,
University of Cape Town, South Africa
(Ole Seehausen)
Unravelling the Biology of Extinct Animals
23.09.2020 kein Seminar  

Dr. Catalina Chaparro Pedraza, Eawag Fishecology & Evolution and SIAM
(Ole Seehausen)

Tipping points and regime shifts: evolutionary ecology of ecosystems under stress
07.10.2020 Dr. Mary Kishe, Tanzania Fisheries Research Institute, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
(Ole Seehausen)
Anthropogenic, Environmental and Climatic Stressors in Lake Victoria and their Consequences on the Biodiversity
14.10.2020 Dr. Anna Mahulu, Justus-Liebig-University in Giessen, Germany
(Ole Seehausen)
Biogeographical and evolutionary dynamics of freshwater gastropod biodiversity in Africa
21.10.2020 Kassandra Ford, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Louisiana, United States
(Ole Seehausen)
Convergent evolution of craniofacial morphologies in apteronotid and mormyrid electric fishes
28.10.2020 um 19 Uhr Dr. Nicola Smith, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby BC, Canada
(Ole Seehausen)
Conceptual and applied approaches to marine invasions: Indo-Pacific lionfish as a model system
04.11.2020 Dr. Celina Baines, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
(Johanna Ten Brink)
The effects of phenotype-by-environment interactions on dispersal behaviour

04.11.2020 um 17.15

Elizabeth Mrema, Executive Secretary to the Convention on Biological Diversity
(Ole Seehausen)
The present state of biodiversity and the way forward
11.11.2020 Prof. Colette St. Mary, Department of Biology, University of Florida, Bartram Hall, United States
(Johanna Ten Brink)
Integrative biology: expert in some, fluent in others
18.11.2020 Dr. Reeta Sharma, Wildlife Institute of India (WII), India
(Philine Feulner)
Conservation of Asian elephants in the Anthropocene: Why genetic/genomic data is important
25.11.2020 Alexus Roberts, University of California, Davis, United States
(Ole Seehausen)
The effects of morphological innovations on the diversification of fish feeding mechanisms
02.12.2020 Prof. Tshifhiwa Mandiwana-Neudani, Department of Biodiversity, University of Limpopo, South Africa
(Nare Ngoepe)
Using multiple evidence base approach matters in systematics: a case of ‘Francolins’ (Galliformes,  ‘Francolinus’)
09.12.2020 Prof. Swanne Gordon, Washington University in St. Louis, United States
(Blake Matthews)
The Role of Behaviour on Eco-Evo and Predator-Prey Interactions
16.12.2020 Sheela Turbek, The Taylor Lab, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
(Anna Feller)
Rapid speciation via the evolution of pre-mating isolation in birds


Administration Institute of Ecology & Evolution

Rahel Schwitter
Institute of Ecology & Evolution
Baltzerstrasse 6
CH-3012 Bern

Tel. +41 (0)31 631 30 09
Institute of Ecology and Evolution