2nd september, 2021
Today we welcomed a new guest student from Italy - Valeria Fattoruso. She is doing her PhD in the lab of Sebastian Oberst (Sydney) and will staying with us for three months to learn different biomechanical techniques.
Dr. Schöneich secured a DFG-grant to investigate 'neurobiology and evolution of cricket communication'.
We are looking for a highly motivated candidate to fill a vacant PhD position for our DFG sponsored research project.:
"Intraspecific communication for mate finding in insects: Neural modifications underlying its evolution in eneopterine crickets and its susceptibility to neonicotinoid insecticides"
Job advertisement / Vacancy ID: 196/2021 / Closing date: 31.08.2021 [pdf, 166 kb] de
Anna Wegner join the lab for her Bachelor thesis about cricket song production.
Patrik Hille join the lab for his final thesis. He will develop a protocol for the use of backyard brains devises in teaching.