January 17-18th 2017
SAB-meeting at CBD.
December 13-14th 2016
Workshop for graduate students at CBD.
November 18th 2016
Seminar at CBD about gender issues in science.
November 14-15th 2016
CBD-seminar at Brekstad Kysthotell, Ørland: what shall CBD do in the future?
October 26-27th 2016
ReiGN-seminar on modelling and estimating evolution in age-structured populations.
October 4-5th 2016
SUSTAIN-workshop on modelling of harvest. The workshop will take place in the CBD meeting room.
September 15th. 2016
Rafaela Naves will on Thursday 15. September at 12:00 in our seminar room give a talk entitled "The usage of species abundance distribution to evaluate changes in exploited tropical forests".
Ane Marlene Myhre will on Tuesday 13. September at 12h give a seminar entitled "Effective population size in density-dependent two-sex populations. The effect of mating systems".
August 30th 2016 at 12:00
Prof. Ellen Decaestecker from Ku Leuven, Belgium, will lecture on Environmental dependency of Daphnia - microbiome/parasite interactions in the CBD meeting room.
May 10th 2016 at 12:00
Michael David Martin, who has a Onsager-position at the NTNU University Museum, will give the talk "Herbaria as genomic repositories: Case studies using ancient DNA" in the meeting room at CBD.
May 3rd 2016
Ian Renner from, School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences,University of Newcastle, Australia will hold a lecture in the CBD meeting -room, titled "Species distribution modelling through point process models and extensions".
April 26th 2016 at 12:00
Sondre Aanes from the Norwegian Computing Centre will give a talk entitled "Estimation of stock parameters and management advice for Norwegian Spring Spawning herring".
March 15th 2016
Joost Raeykermayers hold the lecture ”Darwin's finches in space and time: exploring phenotypic (and some genomic) variation within an adaptive radiation”, in the CBD Lunch-room at 12:00.
March 10th 2016
Professor Steve Albon from the James Hutton Institute in Aberdeen, UK, is visiting CBD and will give a talk in the CBD lunch room on Thursday 10 March at 12:00: "Contrasting effects of summer and winter warming on body mass explain population dynamics in a food-limited Arctic herbivore".
March 9th 2016
Ian Giertz, from RCN will inform about this springs FRIPRO advertisement in DU2-150 at 14:00.
March 4th 2016
Lunch seminar at 12:00 with dr. Yngvild Vindenes from CEES, UiO. She will give a lecture entitled "Disentangling the relative fitness consequences of early life conditions and maternal size effects in pike (Esox lucius): An integral projection model."
March 1st 2016
CBD Strategy meeting on Scandic Lerkendal.
Scientific staff from 09:00 to 13:00
Phd, Postdocs and engineers from 14:00-16:00
January 29th 2016
Thomas Kvalnes will defend his PhD-thesis, titled "Evolution by natural selection in age-structured populations in fluctuating environments". More info here >>
January 28th 2016
Seminar in Evolutionary Ecology Thursday 28/01/2016 at 14:15 in DU2-150.
Jarrod Hadfield from Edinburgh University will give a talk on "Selection & Inheritance in the Presence of Kin interactions". Jarrod is an evolutionary biologist combining advance statistical modelling with empirical approaches to answer questions in quantitative genetics and evolutionary biology in general. Jarrod Hadfields homepage here >>.
January 26th 2016
Ane Marlene Myhre will hold a talk titled "Effective population size under density dependence and environmental stochasticity", in CBD meeting room at 12:00.
January 19-20 2016
SAB-meeting 2016! Upload the program here >>
January 18th 2016
Prof. John M. Fryxell, Department of Integrative Biology, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, will hold a talk at the Institute lunch-room, DU2-150, at 13:00. The talk is titled "Human consumer-resource dynamics".
January 12th 2016
Lunch-meeting at the CBD lunch-room, Hanno Sandvik lectures on: "Risk-assessing the ecological impact of alien species: a revision of the Norwegian set of criteria."
SQuiD - Mixed Modelling Workshop 2016
3. - 7. October 2016 a group of PhD students, researchers and invited speakers gathered for a PhD course and CBD workshop at the remote field station Sletvik at the beautiful and sunny coast of Trøndelag. The focus of the workshop was to obtain an in-depth understanding of study design and sampling decisions in mixed-effect model analyses. The course was given by members of the SQuiD group which consists of a group of behavioral ecologists interested in teaching how one may empirically study variation in labile phenotypic traits (i.e. traits that have a hierarchical structure). The attendants are introduced to, and trained in using the R-package SQuiD, which will be very helpful in their research. Discussing science on such a beautiful place, with delicious food and happy people will certainly maximize the learning output of the workshop! Both photos by Thor Harald Ringsby.