Tiffany Knight and Amibeth Thompson from the research group Spatial Interaction Ecology are leading the next iDiv Summer School. The Summer School deals with the topic Pollination Ecology and takes place from 5-12 July 2020 in Leipzig.
The course addresses modern concepts and techniques in the study of plant-pollinator interactions as well as the iDiv challenge ‘integration across time and space’ by looking at how the interactions change across an agricultural and urban gradient. Participants will deepen their knowledge in field data collection, insect identification and statistical analyses using R in interactive lectures.
The iDiv Summer School aims to attract early career scientists from around the world. iDiv members take the annually changing lead to represent iDiv’s multiple research areas.
The summer school takes place from 5 to 12 July 2020 at iDiv, which is located at the BioCity Leipzig. The site has good transport connections to the immediate vicinity of the university’s natural science campus.
The address is BioCity Leipzig, Deutscher Platz 5, 04103 Leipzig