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Jana Riederer: The role of sexual selection in shaping adaptive radiations
Christoph Netz: Hamilton’s force of selection during ontogenesis
Stefany Moreno Gamez: From patterns to processes: Towards a mechanistic understanding of the human microbiome (John Maynard Smith Prize winner talk)
Daniel Elsner: Transposable elements mark tissue specific aging in termite workers
Xiaoyan Long: The evolution of sex roles: New insights from individual-based simulations
Sergio Gonzalez: Learning to cope: The effect of population bottlenecks in the maintenance
of complex adaptations
Franjo Weissing and Xiaoyan Long: Joint evolution of parental effort and the primary sex ratio
Pratik Gupte: Novel pathogen introduction rapidly alters the evolution of movement, restructuring animal societies
Apu Ramesh: Human-induced isolation causes rapid behavioral divergence with genetic underpinning in resident and migrant stickleback
Victoria Rostovtseva: Understanding cooperativeness in humans (presentation url: https://vimeo.com/732109758/75c72dd6e5)
Franjo Weissing gave the opening keynote lecture on Reconciling mechanistic and functional perspectives on behaviour.
Other group members also gave talks:
Jia Zheng: Egg burial protects eggs from rolling out the wind-swayed nest in Chinese penduline tits
Apu Ramesh: Individual personalities and not the social context predict movement tendencies in three-spined sticklebacks
Ines Daras Modelling cultural transmission: Do learning mechanisms matter?
Our group also presented a number of posters:
Jakob Gismann: Personality-dependent dispersal and breeding success in three-spined sticklebacks
Franjo Weissing gave one of the keynote lectures: Evolution of sex roles – Individual-based simulations versus analytical predictions and a number of MARMots presented their work:
Jana Riederer Capturing the facets of evolvability in a mechanistic framework
Jia Zheng: Effects of season length and uniparental care efficiency on the evolution of parental care
Inès Daras: Plasmid dynamics in the context of resource competition
Stefano Tiso: Finding a mutational switch – A simple model for the evolution of a bias towards adaptive mutations