Doctoral student seminars offer a platform for EVEREST students to discuss their projects, scientific approaches and career plans in an informal atmosphere. Students take turns in hosting the seminar, offering hands-on practical insights or 'behind-the-scences' tours to core facilities and collections to let their fellow students delve into their scientific methods, challenges of field or lab work, or perspectives for data analysis.
The seminar concludes with joint snacks and drinks..
Host take care that the attendance sheet is signed by all participants and soon submitted to the EVEREST coordinators.
|Jan||Wed 23rd||17:15||Abel Bosman||INA, Rümelinstraße 23, Room 703||A short introduction to CT scans, volume processing, mesh reconstruction, and morphometric analyses in the study of skeletal remains|
|Wed, 06th||16:15||Franziska Willems||Herbarium Tubingense, Auf der Morgenstelle 3||Mining Herbaria and roaming the forests|
|Mar||Wed, 13th||16:15||Prof. Oliver Bossdorf||Auf der Morgenstelle 3, Room 36||Funding opportunities|
|Apr||Thu, 11th||16:00||Prof. Nico Michiels||Auf der Morgenstelle 28E, 5th floor, A20|| |
Time flies: How to focus in a world of distraction
|Apr||Mon, 15th||17:15||Robert Rauschkolb||Greenhouses at the Morgenstelle 3||Back to the Future - using the resurrection approach|
|Apr||Mon, 29th||19:00||Jessica Starke||Rümelinstaße 23, |
|Don't be afraid to leave academic research because more types of research exist than you might think of!|
|May||Wed 15th||15:30||Dr. Neumann||main entrance Lothar-Meyer-Bau, Wilhelmstr. 56||Guided tour "Mineralogical Collection"|
|Jun||Thu, 13th||17:15||Julia Geue||t.b.a.||Landscape genomics as a useful tool for conservation prioritization: a case study with an important pollinator species|
|Oct||Wed, 16th||t.b.a||Carolin Röding||t.b.a||Virtual reconstruction (from fragments through to a cranium) and the study of endocasts|
|16:00||Annabelle-Louise Lockey, Laura Limmer||Rümelinstaße 23, |
Teeth Tuesday: Application of Micro CT and Confocal Microscopes to uncover the hidden roots of dentition