photo of a Gryllus bimaculatus male

Dr. Stefan Schöneich

photo of a Gryllus bimaculatus male
Image: Dr. Hans Pohl
Dr. S. Schoeneich Dr. S. Schoeneich Image: Dr. Stefan Schöneich

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Dr. Stefan Schöneich

 

Institute for Zoology and Evolutionary Research
Erbertstrasse 1 (room 008)
07743 Jena
Germany

Tel.: +49 3641/ 949 118
Email: Stefan.Schoeneich@uni-jena.de

Elektrophysiology in Neurons - coloured Elektrophysiology in Neurons - coloured Image: Dr. S. Schöneich

Research Interest

Neuroethology is the evolutionary and comparative approach to study the neurobiological basis of animal behaviour. I’m interested in neural mechanisms of sensory processing and motor control and especially in the largely uncharted central nervous circuits that extract and detect relevant features from the sensory input to initiate appropriate behavioural responses. My research combines behavioural analysis with in vivo electrophysiology and functional neuroanatomy in orthopteran insects, which are excellent model organisms that allow to investigate the principles of intrinsic and synaptic processing mechanisms in relatively small neural networks at the level of identified neurons.

Research Topics:
  • Evolution of behaviour by modifications of the underlying neuronal circuitry
  • Neuroethology of acoustic communication in insects
  • Auditory feature detection for acoustic pattern recognition
  • Directional hearing and phonotactic behaviour
  • Central motor pattern generation and corollary discharge
  • Mechanotransduction and afferent signal coding in insect ears
  • Sublethal effects of pesticides on neuronal processing and behaviour
Research Methods:
  • intracellular microelectrode recordings and iontophoretic dye injection
  • extracellular nerve recordings with hook and suction electrodes
  • EMG recordings
  • Behavioural analysis (e.g. sound recordings, phonotaxis)
  • Behavioural and neurophysiological neuropharmacology
  • Neuroanatomy and CLSM (e.g. nerve backfill, local tracer injection)
Pic of a sliced cricket brain Pic of a sliced cricket brain Image: Dr. S. Schöneich

Short CV

Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Germany:
since 2019       Assistant Professor at the Institute for Zoology

University of Leipzig, Germany:
2015 - 2018      Assistant Professor at the Institute for Biology

University of Cambridge, UK:
2008 - 2014      Research Associate at the Department of Zoology

University of Leipzig, Germany:
2004 - 2008      Postgraduate Researcher at the Institute of Zoology
⇒ obtained doctorate of natural sciences (doctor rerum naturalium)
2003 - 2004      accessory study courses: History of Science, Logic & Philosophy
2000 - 2003      advanced study in Animal Physiology, Neurobiology & Psychology
⇒ graduated with diploma in biology (equates M.Sc.)

University of Bayreuth, Germany:
1998 - 2000      undergraduate study in Natural Sciences
⇒ achieved ‘Vordiplom in Biologie’ (equates B.Sc.)

Scientific Affiliations:

  • since 2022 member of the Orthopterists' Society 
  • since 2012 member of the International Society for Neuroethology (ISN)
  • since 2006 member of the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS)
  • since 2006 member of the German Neuroscience Society (NWG)
  • since 2004 member of the German Zoological Society (DZG)

Other Professional Activities:

  • 2022 Co-organizer of the 1st International ‚Eneopterology‘ Workshop 
  • 2019 Co-organizer of the symposium “Hearing system adaptation for diverse lifestyles across the animal kingdom” at the Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society in Göttingen, Germany
  • 2017 Participant in the TV-documentary “Papouasie, un dernier éden” produced by C. Tournadre (MonaLisa-Production, France) for ARTE (Association relative à la télévision européenne)
  • 2017 Chaired the cricket session at the 16th International Meeting on Invertebrate Sound & Vibration at Schloss Rauischholzhausen, Germany
  • 2015 Co-organizer of the symposium “Processing of acoustic pulse patterns: Common themes in different brains?” at the Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society in Göttingen, Germany
  • 2014 Co-organizer of the Hokkaido Neuroethology Workshop V: “Ethology, neuroscience and genetics in crickets: How can they meet?” at the 11th ISN Congress in Sapporo, Japan

ad hoc Reviewer for: BBSRC (UK), Mardsen Fund (New Zealand), Royal Society Open Science, Journal of Comparative Physiology A, Journal of Neurophysiology, Biology Open, Journal of Orthoptera Research, PLoS, Frontiers...

Publications

(please see GoogleScholar for latest and use ResearchGate for full-text requests)

Kernan CE, Jones JS, Robillard T, Schöneich S, ter Hofstedte HM (2022) Efficacy constraints on female directional preference stabilize a male call component in a multimodal cricket duet. Animal Behaviour (accepted for publication)

Hubancheva A, Senderov V, Nowotny M, Schöneich S, Goerlitz H (2022). Bush-crickets show lifelong flexibility in courtship signals to match predation threat. Authorea. DOI: 10.22541/au.165167283.37444741/v2.

Tan MK, Schöneich S, Robillard T (2021) Inter-individual differences of calling and exploratory behaviour in a lebinthine cricket species hint at different mate-finding strategies. Behaviour 159(6): 563-589.

Clemens J, Schöneich S, Kostarakos K, Hennig RM, Hedwig B (2021) A small, computationally flexible network produces the phenotypic diversity of song recognition in crickets. eLIFE 10: e61475. https://elifesciences.org/articles/61475

Schöneich S (2020) Neuroethology of acoustic communication in crickets - from signal generation to song recognition in an insect brain. Progress in Neurobiology 101882 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pneurobio.2020.101882

Clemens J, Schöneich S, Kostarakos K, Hennig RM, Hedwig B (2020) A small, computationally flexible network produces the phenotypic diversity of song recognition in crickets. bioRxiv doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.07.27.221655

Schöneich S, Hedwig B (2020) Correction to: Feedforward discharges couple the singing central pattern generator and ventilation central pattern generator in the cricket abdominal central nervous system. J Comp Physiol A 206: 103. 

Schöneich S, Hedwig B (2019) Feedforward discharges couple the singing central pattern generator and ventilation central pattern generator in the cricket abdominal central nervous system. J Comp Physiol A 205(6): 881-895. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00359-019-01377-7

Wulff NC, Schöneich S, Lehmann GUC (2018) Female perception of copulatory courtship by male titillators in a bushcricket. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1884): 20181235. https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2018.1235

Schöneich S, Hedwig B (2017) Chapter 10: Neurons and networks underlying singing behaviour. In: The Cricket as a Model Organism. Eds: Horch HW, et al.; Springer, Tokyo; pp: 141-153. Neurons and Networks Underlying Singing Behaviour

Scherberich J, Hummel J, Schöneich S*, Nowotny M* (2017) Functional basis of sexual dimorphism in the auditory fovea of the duetting bushcricket Ancylecha fenestrata. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284(1865): 20171426. (*co-senior author) https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2017.1426

Scherberich J, Hummel J, Schöneich S*, Nowotny M* (2016) Auditory fovea in the ear of a duetting katydid shows male-specific adaptation to the female call. Current Biology 26(23): R1222-R1223. (*co-senior author) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2016.10.035

Hummel J, Schöneich S, Kössl M, Scherberich J, Hedwig B, Prinz S, Nowotny M (2016) Gating of acoustic transducer channels is shaped by biomechanical filter processes. The Journal of Neuroscience 36(8): 2377-2382. https://doi.org/10.1523/JNEUROSCI.3948-15.2016

Schöneich S*, Kostarakos K*, Hedwig B (2015) An auditory feature detection circuit for sound pattern recognition. Science Advances 1(8): e1500325. (*contributed equally) DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.1500325

ter Hofstede H*, Schöneich S*, Robillard T, Hedwig B (2015) Evolution of a communication system by sensory exploitation of startle behavior. Current Biology 25(24): 3245-3252. (*co-first author) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2015.10.064

Schöneich S, Hedwig B (2015) Corollary discharge inhibition of wind-sensitive cercal giant fibers in the singing field cricket. Journal of Neurophysiology 113(1): 390-399.

Hummel J, Schöneich S, Hedwig B, Kössl M, Nowotny M (2015) Mechanical and electrical tuning in a tonotopically organized insect ear. In: Mechanics of Hearing. Eds: Karavitaki KD, Corey DP; AIP Publishing LLC; Melville, New York; 1703(100001): 1-4.

Schöneich S, Hedwig B (2012) Cellular basis for singing motor pattern generation in the field cricket (Gryllus bimaculatus DeGeer). Brain and Behavior 2(6): 707-725.

Schöneich S, Schildberger K, Stevenson PA (2011) Neuronal organization of a fast-mediating cephalothoracic pathway for antennal-tactile information in the cricket (Gryllus bimaculatus DeGeer). Journal of Comparative Neurology 519(9): 1677-1690.

Schöneich S, Hedwig B (2011) Neural basis of singing in crickets: Central pattern generation in abdominal ganglia. Naturwissenschaften 98(12): 1069-1073.

Schöneich S, Hedwig B (2010) Hyperacute directional hearing and phonotactic steering in the cricket (Gryllus bimaculatus DeGeer). PLoS ONE 5(12): e15141.

Schöneich S (2008) Doctoral Thesis: Charakterisierung und Identifizierung der plurisegmental deszendierenden Interneurone mit antennal-taktilen Eingängen im Zentralnervensystem der Grille. (109 pages); University of Leipzig, Germany.

Schöneich S (2003) Diploma Thesis: Elektrophysiologische und pharmakologische Analyse der Erregung kontralateral absteigender Interneurone durch mechanosensorische Afferenzen der Antenne bei der Grille Gryllus bimaculatus deGeer. (89 pages); University of Leipzig, Germany

Media Coverage

2018-06-05      ARTE TV-documentary: “Papouasie, un dernier éden - Le monde terrestre” link
2016-01-06      National Geographic: “The startling evolution of a love song” link
2015-12-10      BBC News: “Cricket's chirp may have 'predatory roots'” link
2015-09-11      Science Magazine (AAAS): “How crickets communicate by sound” link
2015-12-10      Daily Mail: “Ooh, you gave me a fright! Male crickets find females by …” link
2015-09-11      Science Daily: “Neural circuit in the cricket brain detects the rhythm of …” link
2015-09-19      Die Presse: “Minnesang der Grille zielt auf fünf Neurone” link
2015-09-13      Der Standard: “Wie Grillen das Zirpen ihrer Partner … erkennen” link
2015-12-20      Der Standard: “Warum paarungswillige Grillenmännchen Weibchen erchrecken”
2015-10-16      Leipziger Volkszeitung: “Grillen im Fokus der Forschung”
2015-12-24      Leipziger Volkszeitung: “Ungewöhnliche Flirtstrategie bei Grillen”
2015-12-17      Sächsische Zeitung: “Die Partnerin erchrecken ...”
2015-09-11      Cambridge Research News: “Neural circuit in the cricket brain …”
2015-12-15      MNHN, Paris: “Les grillons ont de la "fuite" dans les idées: …”
2011-06-01      Inside Columbia Magazine:

Articel from the 13th Int. Meeting on ISV Articel from the 13th Int. Meeting on ISV Image: Dr. S. Schöneich

Research Talks

Diagramm of "Insecten-Belustigung" (1749) A.J. Rösel von Rosenhof/ Schöneich et al. (2015) Diagramm of "Insecten-Belustigung" (1749) A.J. Rösel von Rosenhof/ Schöneich et al. (2015) Image: Dr. S. Schöneich
  • 2022 "Neural basis of the evolution of a novel communication system in a group of eneopterine crickets." ABC Conference at Kruger National Park, Skukuza, South Africa.
  • 2022 "Is sound frequency of calling song a useful indicator for female field crickets to select larger males?" Institut Systématique Evolution Biodiversité at the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris, France.
  • 2022 "Cricket acoustic communication - it’s susceptibility to neonicotinoid insecticides and neural modifications underlying its evolution in Eneopterinae." First International Workshop on Eneopterology, France - Germany - USA - Singapore.
  • 2019 “Neuroethology of acoustic communication in crickets” Institute for Zoology and Evolutionary Research, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Germany
  • 2018 “Neuroethology of phonotactic orientation in field crickets” 13th International Congress of Neuroethology in Brisbane, Australia
  • 2017 “Central motor pattern generation and corollary discharge in singing crickets” Institute for Biology, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany
  • 2016 “Neuronal correlates for modulator-controlled decision-making in crickets” Meeting of the Arthropod Neuroscience Network in Kiel, Germany
  • 2016 “Neurobiology of social communication in crickets” Institute of Cell Biology and Neuroscience, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
  • 2015 “Neural networks for singing and song pattern recognition in field crickets” 108th Annual Meeting of the German Zoological Society in Graz, Austria
  • 2015 “Neurobiology of acoustic communication” XXV International Bioacoustic Congress in Murnau, Bavaria, Germany
  • 2015 “Neural basis of acoustic communication in crickets” 15th International Meeting for Invertebrate Sound & Vibration Research in Ottawa, Canada
  • 2015 “Neural network and mechanism for sound pattern recognition in cricket brains” 11th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society, Germany
  • 2015 “Feature detector circuit and sound pattern recognition in the cricket brain” German Orthopterists Meeting in Zingst, Germany
  • 2014 “Neurobiology of acoustic communication in field crickets” Department of Biology, University of Konstanz, Germany
  • 2014 “Neural networks for singing and song pattern recognition in Gryllus bimaculatus” Satellite Workshop at the 11th International Congress of Neuroethology in Sapporo, Japan
  • 2013 “Neurobiology of acoustic communication in crickets” Cambridge Summer Seminar Series, University of Cambridge, UK
  • 2012 “Neuronal basis of singing in crickets” Department of Biological Cybernetics, University of Bielefeld, Germany

Conference Abstracts

  • 2022 Christian M, Wegner A, Wöhrl T, Abendroth S, Nowotny M, Schöneich S „Sound frequency and body size in singing field crickets – a correlation study within and across populations" ABC Conference at Kruger National Park, Skukuza, South Africa
  • 2022 ter Hofstede H, Phillips M, Marr H, Schöneich S, Robillard T „Testing alternative hypotheses for the origin of vibrational signaling in lebinthine crickets“ 3rd Biotremology Conference in Piran, Slovenia
  • 2022 Christian M, Wegner A, Wöhrl T, Nowotny M, Schöneich S „Does male size really matter? – A study on correlations between calling song frequency and body size parameters within and across cricket populations" 14th International Congress of Neuroethology in Lisbon, Portugal
  • 2020 Hubancheva A, Nowotny M, Schöneich S, Chobanov D, Goerlitz HR „Anti-predator behavior in male bushcrickets is adapted to threat and age to optimize reproduction“ 15th Annual Meeting of the Ethological Society in Tübingen, Germany
  • 2019 Nowotny M, Scherberich J, Hummel J, Schöneich S „In-vivo nanomechanics in the miniaturized hearing organ of an insect“ 9th FAOPS Congress and 96th Annual Meeting of the Physiological Society of Japan in Kobe, Japan
  • 2019 ter Hofstede HM, Kernan C, Ralston J, Phillips M, Schöneich S, Robillard T „The acousticvibrational duet of lebinthine crickets“ 13th International Congress of Orthopterology in Agadir, Morocco
  • 2019 Schöneich S, Robillard T, ter Hofstede HM „Auditory adaptation to high-frequency calls in eneopterine crickets“ 13th International Congress of Orthopterology in Agadir, Morocco
  • 2019 Benavides-Lopez JL, Schöneich S, ter Hofstede HM, Robillard T „Acoustic and vibratory
  • communication in the species Ponca hebardi“ 13th International Congress of Orthopterology in Agadir, Morocco
  • 2019 Schöneich S, Robillard T, ter Hofstede HM „Auditory adaptation to high-frequency mating calls in eneopterine crickets“ 13th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society in Göttingen, Germany
  • 2019 Hedwig B, Sarmiento-Ponce EJ, Schöneich S, Kostarakos K, Zhang X, Hennig M, Clemens J “Unravelling a delay-line and coincidence detector circuit for auditory pattern recognition“ 13th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society in Göttingen, Germany
  • 2019 Nowotny M, Scherberich J, Schöneich S „Talk to me darling: neuronal adaptations for intraspeciSc communication in the bushcricket ear“ 13th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society in Göttingen, Germany
  • 2018 Schöneich S „Neuroethology of phonotactic orientation in field crickets“ 13th International Congress of Neuroethology in Brisbane, Australia
  • 2018 Hedwig B, Schöneich S, Kostarakos K „A neural circuit for song pattern recognition in the cricket brain“ 175th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
  • 2018 Schöneich S, Kostarakos K, Hedwig B „Sound pattern recognition by an auditory feature detection circuit in the cricket brain“ 14th Leipzig Research Festival for Life Science in Leipzig, Germany
  • 2018 Wulff NC, Schöneich S, Lehmann GUC „Species-specific functions of male genital titillators in bushcrickets“ 111th Annual Meeting of the German Zoological Society in Greifswald, Germany
  • 2017 Nowotny M, Scherberich J, Hummel J, Schöneich S “Communication signal related adaptations in katydid ears” 4th International Symposium on Acoustic Communication by Animals in Omaha, USA
  • 2017 Schöneich S, Robillard T, ter Hofstede HM “Auditory adaptation to high-frequency mating calls in eneopterine crickets: comparison of ascending auditory interneurons” 16th International Meeting on Invertebrate Sound & Vibration at Schloss Rauischholzhausen, Germany
  • 2017 Robillard T, Goutte S, Schöneich S, ter Hofstede HM “Spatiotemporal origins of high-frequency calls in Eneopterinae crickets” 16th International Meeting on Invertebrate Sound & Vibration at Schloss Rauischholzhausen, Germany
  • 2017 Scherberich J, Hummel J, Schöneich S, Nowotny M “Sexual dimorphism of the auditory fovea in the ears of the katydid Ancylecha fenestrata reflects an asymmetric acoustic mate finding strategy” 16th International Meeting on Invertebrate Sound & Vibration at Schloss Rauischholzhausen, Germany
  • 2017 ter Hofstede HM, Schöneich S, Robillard T “Amplitude adjustment of vibrational signals in eneopterine crickets: the ,hot‘ and ,cold‘ game” Animal Behavior Society Meeting in Toronto, Canada
  • 2017 Hennig RM, Clemens, J, Kostarakos K, Schöneich S, Gray DA, Hedwig B “Song recognition in crickets meets evolution: phenotypic diversity from a single mechanisms?” Murphy conference: „From sender to receiver - physics and sensory ecology of hearing in insects and vertebrates“ in Buckinghamshire, UK
  • 2017 Schöneich S “Mechanoreceptor arrangement at the antennal base helps crickets to differentiate between active and passive antennal touch” 12th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society in Göttingen, Germany
  • 2017 Scherberich J, Hummel J, Schöneich S, Nowotny M “Sexual dimorphism in the auditory fovea of the duetting bushcricket Ancylecha fenestrata: anatomical basis and behavioral relevance” 12th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society in Göttingen, Germany
  • 2016 Schöneich S “Mechanoreceptor arrangement at the antennal base help crickets to differentiate between active and passive antennal touch” 109th Meeting of the German Zoological Society in Kiel, Germany
  • 2016 ter Hofstede HM, Schöneich S, Robillard T, Hedwig B “Evolution of a communication system by sensory exploitation of startle behavior” Orthopterist Society Meeting in London, UK
  • 2016 Schöneich S, Breitenbach A-J, Naumann N, Stevenson PA “Differential aminergic modulation of descending interneurons - a potential mechanism for descision making in cricket social behavior” 12th International Congress of Neuroethology in Montevideo, Uruguay
  • 2016 Schöneich S, Kostarakos K, Hedwig B “Song pattern recognition by an auditory feature detection circuit in the cricket brain” Satellite meeting „Auditory processing, sound production & motor control“ at the 12th International Congress of Neuroethology in Montevideo, Uruguay
  • 2016 ter Hofstede HM, Schöneich S, Robillard T, Hedwig B “Evolution of a communication system by sensory exploitation of startle behavior” Annual Meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology in Portland, OR, USA
  • 2015 Schöneich S, Hedwig B “Neurobiology of acoustic communication: Neural networks for singing and song pattern recognition in crickets” XXV International Bioacoustic Congress in Murnau, Bavaria, Germany
  • 2015 Schöneich S, Hedwig B „Neural basis of acoustic communication in crickets“ 15th International Meeting on Invertebrate Sound & Vibration in Ottawa, Canada
  • 2015 Hummel J, Schöneich S, Kössl M, Scherberich J, Hedwig B, Prinz S, Nowotny M “From sound to neuronal tuning: in-vivo measurements in the bushcricket hearing organ” 15th International Meeting on Invertebrate Sound & Vibration in Ottawa, Canada
  • 2015 Hedwig B, Kostarakos K, Schöneich S “A feature detection circuit for song pattern recognition in the cricket brain“ Society for Neuroscience Meeting in Chicago, IL, USA
  • 2015 Schöneich S, Breitenbach A-J, Naumann N, Stevenson PA “Aminergic modulation of interneurones with synaptic inputs from antennal mechanoreceptors in the cricket brain” 108th Annual Meeting of the German Zoological Society in Graz, Austria
  • 2015 Hummel J, Schöneich S, Kössl M, Scherberich J, Hedwig B, Prinz S, Nowotny M “Gating of auditory information in the bushcricket ear” 108th Meeting of the German Zoological Society in Graz, Austria
  • 2015 Schöneich S, Hedwig B “Neuronal coupling between the motor pattern generating networks for singing and breathing in field crickets” 108th Annual Meeting of the German Zoological Society in Graz, Austria
  • 2015 ter Hofstede HM, Schöneich S, Robillard T, Hedwig B “Sensory exploitation of startle behaviour leads to a new communication system in crickets” 29th Neuroscience Day at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire, USA
  • 2015 Schöneich S, Hedwig B “Synchronization of singing and breathing in crickets: Neuronal coupling between two rhythm-generating networks” 11th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society in Göttingen, Germany
  • 2015 Schöneich S, Kostarakos K, Hedwig B „Neural network and mechanism for sound pattern recognition in the cricket brain“ 11th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society in Göttingen, Germany
  • 2015 Breitenbach A-J, Schöneich S, Stevenson PA “Identification and aminergic modulation of brain interneurones with synaptic inputs from antennal mechanoreceptors in the cricket” 11th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society in Göttingen, Germany
  • 2015 Hummel J, Schöneich S, Hedwig B, Kössl M, Nowotny M “Auditory tuning in an insect ear” 11th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society in Göttingen, Germany
  • 2015 Hummel J, Schöneich S, Hedwig B, Kössl M, Nowotny M “Mechanical and electrical tuning in the auditory system of bushcrickets” 38th Annual ARO Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland, USA
  •  2014 Schöneich S, Hedwig B “Neuronal coupling between central pattern generating networks coordinates ventilatory and singing rhythm in crickets” Hokkaido Satellite Workshop No.V in Sapporo, Japan
  • 2014 Schöneich S, Kostarakos K, Hedwig B “Song pattern recognition by an auditory feature detection circuit in the cricket brain” 11th International Congress of Neuroethology in Sapporo, Japan
  • 2014 ter Hofstede HM, Schöneich S, Robillard T, Hedwig B “Sensory exploitation of startle behaviour leads to a new communication system in crickets” 11th International Congress of Neuroethology in Sapporo, Japan
  • 2014 Schöneich S, Hedwig B “Neuronal coupling between central pattern generating networks coordinates ventilatory and singing rhythm in crickets” 26th Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar: „Brain Science and Mental Health“ in Cambridge, UK
  • 2014 Hummel J, Schöneich S, Hedwig B, Kössl M, Nowotny M “Mechanical and electrical tuning in a tonotopically organized insect ear” Mechanics of Hearing Conference in Cape Sounio, Greece
  • 2013 Schöneich S, Hedwig B “Corollary discharge modulation of wind-sensitive interneurons in the singing cricket” 10th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society in Göttingen, Germany
  • 2013 Schöneich S, Hedwig B “Neuronal coupling of ventilatory and chirp rhythm in singing field crickets” 14th International Meeting on Invertebrate Sound & Vibration in Glasgow, UK
  • 2013 Schöneich S, Hedwig B “Discrimination between external and self-generated sensory signals in the wind-sensitive escape pathway of singing crickets” 25th Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar: „From Sensation to Action“ in Cambridge, UK
  • 2012 Schöneich S, Hedwig B “Corollary discharge modulation of wind-sensitive interneurons in the singing cricket” 10th International Congress of Neuroethology in College Park, Maryland, USA
  • 2012 Breitenbach A-J, Schöneich S, Stevenson PA “Octopaminergic modulation of synaptic transmission between antennal mechanoreceptors and descending giant interneurones in the cricket brain” 105th Annual Meeting of the German Zoological Society in Konstanz, Germany
  • 2011 Schöneich S, Hedwig B “Neural basis of singing pattern generation in the field cricket” 13th International Meeting on Invertebrate Sound & Vibration in Columbia, Missouri, USA
  • 2011 Schöneich S, Hedwig B “Unravelling the central pattern generator for cricket singing” 23th Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar: „From eponym and acronym to mechanistic taxonomy“ in Cambridge, UK
  • 2011 Seagraves K, Schöneich S, Shelton B, Zhang C, Bayley T, Hedwig B “The cricket auditory system responds to bilateral phase-shifts” Zoology Seminar Day at the University of Cambridge, UK
  • 2011 Seagraves K, Shelton B, Zhang C, Bayley T, Schöneich S, Hedwig B “The cricket auditory system responds to bilateral phase-shifts” 9th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society in Göttingen, Germany
  • 2011 Schöneich S, Hedwig B “Unravelling the central pattern generator for cricket singing” 9th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society in Göttingen, Germany
  • 2011 Hedwig B, Schöneich S “Hyperacute directional hearing and phonotactic steering in the cricket Gryllus bimaculatus” 9th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society in Göttingen, Germany
  • 2011 Schöneich S, Hedwig B “Neuronal basis of singing pattern generation in field crickets” 104th Annual Meeting of the German Zoological Society in Saarbrücken, Germany
  • 2011 Schöneich S, Hedwig B “Neuronal basis of singing pattern generation in field crickets” Biannual German Neuroethology Symposium in Saarbrücken, Germany
  • 2010 Schöneich S, Hedwig B “Song pattern generation in the cricket CNS” 22nd Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar: „Learning, Memory and Plasticity“ in Cambridge, UK
  • 2010 Hedwig B, Schöneich S “High-accurate acoustic steering in cricket phonotaxis” 22nd Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar: „Learning, Memory and Plasticity“ in Cambridge, UK
  • 2010 Schöneich S, Hedwig B “Unravelling the central pattern generator for cricket singing” 9th International Congress of Neuroethology in Salamanca, Spain
  • 2009 Schöneich S, Hedwig B “Analysing the central pattern generator for cricket stridulation” The Annual Orthopterists – a Royal Entomological Society Special Interest Group - Meeting at the Natural History Museum in London, UK
  • 2009 Schöneich S, Hedwig B “Analysing the central pattern generator for cricket stridulation” 8th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society in Göttingen, Germany
  • 2009 Schöneich S, Hedwig B “Analysing the central pattern generator for cricket stridulation.” 21st Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar: „New Approaches in Neuroscience“ in Cambridge, UK
  • 2007 Schöneich S, Stevenson PA, Schildberger K “A potential decision-making circuit: Synaptic transmission between antennal proprioceptors and giant descending brain neurones in crickets” 7th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society in Göttingen, Germany
  • 2007 Schöneich S, Stevenson PA, Schildberger K “Synaptic transmission between antennal proprioceptors and giant descending brain neurones in crickets and its differential modulation by octopamine” 6th Leipzig Research Festival for Life Science in Leipzig, Germany
  • 2006 Schöneich S, Buhl E, Stevenson PA, Schildberger K “Homologous neurones need not share the same transmitter: A comparative analysis of identified GABAergic neurones in insects” 5th Leipzig Research Festival for Life Science in Leipzig, Germany
  • 2005 Schöneich S, Stevenson PA, Schildberger K “Differential octopaminergic modulation of giant descending antennal mechanosensory interneurones in the cricket brain” 6th Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society in Göttingen, Germany
  • 2004 Schöneich S, Stevenson PA, Schildberger K “Selective octopaminergic modulation of giant descending interneurones in the cricket” 97th Annual Meeting of the German Zoological Society in Rostock, Germany