Date: 10 August, 2020

Time: 12.15-15.00 CEST


Responsible for this day is professor Tone Birkemoe.

NB! It is mandatory attendance from day one and you need to inform your study adviser if you are prevented from attending for any reason. Without notice, we expect you to relinquish your place in the study program.


12.15 Welcome! Why is a master's in ecology important for society? 
Prof. Tone Birkemoe
  Short introduction to some research groups
12.30 Tropical ecology
Prof. Torbjørn Haugaasen
12.45 Bat ecology
Assoc. prof. Katrine Eldegard
13.00 Break
13.15 Insect ecology
Prof. Tone Birkemoe
  Student presentations
13.30 All students present themselves (Short background and why you want to take a master's in ecology)
14.00 Break
  Master's student presentations
14.15 Pollination
Mikaela Olsen
14.25 Seed disperasal
Aidan Cameron Macdougald

Carcass succession
Heidi Mørkhagen Granum


PhD student presentation


Fleas at Svalbard and beetles in hollow oaks
Ross Wetherbee


Pizza and mingling

Published 6. July 2020 - 11:41 - Updated 6. July 2020 - 12:13