Programme 2019 – Day 1

  • (15 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Welcome note by Nico Eisenhauer

    Chair of the iDiv Annual Conference 2019

  • (60 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Keynote lecture by Marie Stenseke

    Bringing the human factor in biodiversity on the agenda

  • (30 minutes) Foyer

    Coffee break

  • (75 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Young researchers career development

    Session 1: Diversity of career paths for scientists

    with Matthias Schwarzkopf and Ilka Herbinger

  • (75 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    General Members Assembly

    Part 1

  • (45 minutes) Foyer

    Lunch

  • (90 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Topic session 1

    Biodiversity Change (in the Anthropocene)

  • (90 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Topic session 2

    Molecular Biodiversity and Evolution

  • (20 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Session keynote

    Helmut Hillebrand

    Changing biodiversity in changing environments: temporal turnover across scales of time and space

  • (20 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Session keynote

    Sebastian Steinfartz

    The evolutionary potential of species – a neglected force in biodiversity research

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Henrique Pereira

    Global trends in biodiversity and eco­system service from 1900–2070

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Fredd Vergara

    Effects of water availability in the soil on tropane alkaloid production in cultivated Datura stramonium

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Lotte Korell

    Climate effects on biodiversity depend on spatial grain, local climate and magnitude of the experimental manipulation

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Manja Marz

    All in one sequencing using nanopore technology

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Shane Blowes

    Mediterranean marine protected areas have higher biodiversity via increased evenness, not abundance

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Canan Karakoc

    Evolutionary rescue in complex environments

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Emma Ladouceur

    The decade of ecological restoration: Plans for required urgent synthesis of restoration across ecosystems and treatments

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Delphine Panziera

    Transcriptome analysis of deformed wing virus-infected bumble bees (Bombus terrestris)

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Take a breath

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Take a breath

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Andrea Mentges

    Site-selection bias can negatively affect estimates of biodiversity change

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Ming Zeng

    Systemic signalling in mycorrhizal and plant herbivore interactions

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Carlos Guerra

    Global projections of the soil microbiome in the Anthropocene

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Henriette Uthe

    EcoMeteor – Platform for support in eco-metabolomics

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Stephanie Jurburg

    Microbial community assembly: Disturbance responses in microbial communities across environments

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Alexander Weinhold

    Species diversity effects on the chemical profiles of tree root exudates

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Malte Jochum

    Effects of exotic earth­worm invasion on forest soil fauna communities

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Chris Barratt

    Dynamic aspects of chimpanzee diversification using paleoclimate and genomic data

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Discussion after the speed talks

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Discussion after the speed talks

  • (15 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Posters

    Emma Jardine: Botanical gardens as a global phenological observations network
    Lara Luisa Escherich: Patterns in phenol­ogy and traits in plant populations from Botanical Gardens and their natural habitat
    Sandhya Malladi: Global meta-analysis on soil biodiversity response to chemical stressors
    Markus Bernhardt-Römermann: sREplot – Resurvey vegetation plots in biodiversity research

  • (15 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Posters

    Isabell Schumann: Is sensation affected by molting? Insights into an outstanding behavior using the model organism Drosophila melanogaster
    Anne Nowack: Deep molecular characterization of oomycete and cercozoan diversity and community composition in air samples
    Robin-Tobias Jauss: Deep molecular characterisation of Oomycete and Alveolate diversity in forest soils and tree canopies
    Henriette Uthe: The EcoMeteor platform – The integration of eco-metabolomics in biodiversity research
    Wolfram Brenner: CFB: A cytokinin-regulated gene encoding an F-box protein targeting CAS1, a key enzyme in plant sterol biosynthesis

  • (30 minutes) Foyer

    Coffee break

  • (60 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Young researchers career development

    Session 2: How to become a professor in Germany

    with Matthias Schwarzkopf and Juliano Sarmento Cabral

  • (60 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    General Members Assembly

    Part 2

  • (30 minutes) Foyer

    Coffee break

  • (90 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Topic session 3

    Biodiversity Dynamics and Complexity

  • (90 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Topic session 4

    Biodiversity and Society

  • (20 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Session keynote

    Martina Herrmann

    Complex food webs in groundwater coincide with high genetic potential for chemolithoautotrophy

  • (20 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Session keynote

    Josef Settele

    The Global Assessment of IPBES and its main outcomes

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Jan Schnitzler

    Macroevolutionary and macroecological patterns of plants and their chemical compounds

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Guy Pe’er

    Toward sustainable agriculture: A vision and roadmap for streamlining biodiversity and ecosystem services in agricultural policy

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Stephan Kambach

    Beyond the growth-survival trade-off: A global analysis of demographic diversity and trade-offs in species-rich forests

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Julia Bronnmann

    Fishing to Market: Testing the level of integration of a local fish market in northeastern Namibia with the global seafood trade

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Johanna Häußler

    A Bayesian network approach to trophic metacommunities: habitat loss accelarates top species extinction rates in fragmented landscapes

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Andrea Pacheco

    Effect of land tenure form on agriculture-forest dynamics in Brazil

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Elena Motivans

    Heterogeneous habitats promote diverse plant-pollinator interactions in Estonia

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Julia Siebert

    Jointly creating knowledge – Bringing the transformative potential of citizen science into Leipzig’s classrooms

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Take a breath

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Take a breath

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Adam Clark

    Leveraging scale to build empirically tractable theory and metrics of stability and coexistence

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Rüdiger Voss

    Are young women the more precautious managers? An economic field experiment on the gender-gap in risk-taking

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Ingolf Kühn

    Trait composition in glacier forefield succession

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Martin Quaas

    Harvesting efficiency and welfare in restrict­ed open-access fisheries

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Martin Volf

    Predators, parasitoids or chemicals: what promotes species turnover in canopy herbivores?

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Andressa Vianna Mansur

    Scenarios of urban growth and implications for biodiversity preservation

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Yan Lijuan

    Environmental selection: A look into the distribution and adaptation of microbes in a dynamic groundwater ecosystem

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Felipe Benra

    Ecosystem services tradeoffs arising from non-native tree plantation expansion

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Discussion after the speed talks

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Discussion after the speed talks

  • (15 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Posters

    Anna Heintz-Buschart: Deadwood-based fungal and prokaryotic networks are highly modular and specialized
    Ronny Richter: Combining remote sensing based fine-scale habitat mapping with ecological modelling reveals species-specific habitat preferences in birds of the Russian Far East
    Lisa Hahn: Comparison of the diversity of the Coleoptera between the understory and the canopy in the floodplain forest of Leipzig
    Jessica Hetzer: The importance of plant geometry for grassland dynamics
    Roman Patzak: Exploring a three-dimensional habitat: Drivers of spatial lichen diversity patterns in the tree crown
    Nora Haack: Diversity patterns of beetle communities in the canopy of the Leipzig floodplain forest
    Anja Tehel: Honey bee-associated viruses across taxonomic families of the bees
    Maria-Theresa Jessen: Who can cope with global change? – The hidden life of grassland seedlings
    Aldo Compagnoni: Quantifying the probability of extinction risk: A case study on an endangered dune plant

  • (15 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Posters

    Jonna Heuschele: Investigating supply and demand differences of cultural ecosystem services in the Bavarian Forest National Park: An application of the international ECOPOTENTIAL participatory mapping and survey framework to Germany
    Julia Rouet-Leduc: Grazelife project: grazing for wildfire prevention, ecosystem service provision, nature conservation and landscape management
    Joel Methorst: Positive and negative contributions of wildlife to human well-being
    Lars Langer: The effects of biodiversity loss on our minds
    Kira Lancker: The consumer’s role for biodiversity: species substitution

    Demonstration

    School students of Leibniz Gymnasium: CoolSpots! School students assess biodiversity and ecosystem services in their favorite nature spots in Leipzig

  • (60 minutes) Foyer

    Demonstration and poster session

  • (60 minutes) Foyer

    Get-together

  • (45 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Panel discussion

    The IPBES global assessment – Catalyst for future iDiv research


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