9h15 : WELCOME AND OPENING REMARKS
9h30 : Prof. Jacques van Alphen: "Life history & Behaviour, a key to understanding sympatric speciation, coexistence of species and, perhaps, the effects of climate change"
10h15 : Sara Mitri: "Studying the evolution of social behavior using robots"
10h30 : Joël Meunier: "Egg recognition in monogyne and polygyne colonies of the ant Formica selysi"
10h45 : COFFEE BREAK
11h05 : Dr. Michael Brockhurst: "Cooperation, coevolution and adaptive radiation: Using bacteria as an experimental evolutionary model"
11h50 : Moritz Muschick: "Parallelism in pharyngeal jaws of cichlid fishes from Lake Tanganyika, East Africa"
12h05 : Michael Matschiner: "Population genetics meets oceanography: Larval dispersal across the Scotia Sea, Antarctica"
14h00 : Rike Stelkens: "Genetic distance between species predicts novel trait expression in their hybrids"
14h15 : Carolina Cornejo: "The photobiont availability of the lichen Erioderma pedicellatum"
14h30 : Yannick Wurm: "Genomic signature of reproductive success among competing fire ant queens"
14h45 : COFFEE BREAK
15h15 : Dr. Pamela Alean-Kirkpatrick: "Developing a skills profile as a PhD student: defining and communicating skills for the job market"
16h30 : Round table on "academic pathways and career management"
17h30 - ..... APERO
20h00 dinner/drink in town with the speakers Jacques van Alphen and Michael Brockhurst.
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