Seminars

Warsaw Seminar Series in Ecology & Evolution

Together with Dr Magdalena Niedziałkowska from the Mammal Research Institute PAS Białowieża, the Wild Urban Evolution & Ecology Lab is organising a series of seminars in ecology and evolution. The seminars are held monthly and throughout the academic year, every 2nd Wednesday of each month. Everyone is welcome!

The outline of speakers lined up for the 2018-2019 academic year is available below. See you in October!

Date & Time Speaker Affiliation Talk Title
October 10/10/2018 1pm Piotr Dawidowicz University of Warsaw Trade-offs in life-against-all-odds-history of Daphnia
November 14/11/2018 1pm Tomasz Podgórski Mammal Research Institute Białowieża PAS African swine fever virus (ASFV) in wild boar populations – modus operandi
December 12/12/2018 1pm Elena Buzan University of Primorska Slovenia The impact of landscape management on genetic structure: a review and case studies from small mammals and ungulates
January 09/01/2019 1pm Andras Liker University of Pannonia Hungary Reproductive differences between urban and forest populations of great tits
February 13/02/2019 1pm Pascal Marrot CNRS Toulouse France Natural selection: methodological constraints and climatic drivers
March 13/03/2019 1pm Zofia Prokop Jagiellonian University Kraków It’s Anthropocene – why are we here and what can we do?
April 10/04/2019 1pm TBC
May 08/05/2019 1pm Krzysztof Niedziałkowski Philosophy & Sociology Institute PAS Wildlife politics in Poland: Understanding conflicts over the management of European bison, moose and wolf
June 12/06/2019 1pm TBC

Location: Lecture theatre 0142, Centre of New Technologies, Banacha 2c, University of Warsaw. After entering CeNT, you will find  the lecture theatre 0142 ~10 meters to the right.

The seminar program for the past academic year is available here.