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This is the joint group meeting of the research groups in Applied and Theoretical Systems Science. We discuss new results, bounce off new ideas, practice talks, and do journals clubs - just to mention a few of our activities.

We are always happy to host guests and visitors. If you're interested or would like get involved, please don't hesitate to get in touch!

Frank M. Hilker (Applied Systems Science) & Horst Malchow (Theoretical Systems Science)

Archive: Previous research groups meetings

Summer Semester 2018

Date Time Presenter Title Room Note
Presentations Analysis and Modelling of Environmental Systems 35/E16 USF
04.04.2018 09:00am Anna Cord
UFZ Leipzig
Understanding and modeling the relationships between land use, biodiversity and ecosystem services.
Modellierung von Räuber-Beute-Beziehungen – illustriert am Beispiel des Rosenzweig-MacArthur-Modells.
11:00am Britta Tietjen
FU Berlin
Towards a process-based understanding of vegetation responses to global change.
Ressourcenlimitierung bei Räuber-Beute-Modellen - Erkenntnisse aus dem Rosenzweig-MacArthur Modell.
02:00pm Christiane Zarfl
Universität Tübingen
Anthropogenic pressures on freshwaters – Providing insights on processes, predicting potential impacts and proposing solutions.
Modelle zu Wechselwirkungen (Teil 3): Der dynamische Räuber an der Hopfbifurkation.
04:00pm Reik Donner
Potsdam Institut für Klimafolgenforschung
Complex networks in earth sciences – turning a modeling paradigm into a data analysis tool.
Das Rosenzweig-MacArthur-Modell.
05.04.2018 09:00am Arndt Telschow
Universität Osnabrück
Detecting causality and anticipating critical transitions in complex (socio-)ecological networks.
Das Rosenzweig-MacArthur Modell und das Paradox der Anreicherung.
11:00am Thilo Gross
Universität Bristol (GB)
Stability of the mammalian food web of ancient egypt.
The Rosenzweig-MacArthur model.
17.04.2018 10:15am Oskar Kärcher
Current work. 66/E16
24.04.2018 10:15am Fabian Heitmann
tba. 66/E01 USF
10:45am J. Felipe Ortiz - Riomalo
tba. 66/E01 USF
11:15am Philipp Gorris
tba. 66/E01 USF
Thu 26.04.2018 10:00am-11:00am Revision of degree programmes 66/E01 USF
15.05.2018 10:15am Irina Vortkamp
Modelling dynamic agricultural landscapes: Ecological and economical impacts of conservation management 66/E01 USF
17.05.2018 01:30pm-06:00pm Workshop mit OeSA/UFZ 66/E01
22.05.2018 10:15am Jun.-Prof. Dr. Meike Wittmann
University of Bielefeld
Modeling the maintenance of diversity in ecology and evolution 66/E16
29.05.2018 Hochschulinformationstag
05.06.2018 10:15am Clément Aldebert
Aix-Marseille Université, France
When a small decision switches your whole life: structural sensitivity or the unexpected bifurcations that alter your predictions. 66/E16
12.06.2018 6:15pm Gabriele Broll Forschung zum Thema Mensch und Umwelt in der Agrarökologie und Bodenforschung
(part of the lecture series on human-environment networks)
41/112 MUN
ca. 6:45pm Frank Hilker Kipp-Punkte in sozial-ökologischen Systemen: Verständnis und Vorhersage
(part of the lecture series on human-environment networks)
41/112 MUN
19.06.2018 10:15am Saskia Osterkamp Harvest timing in semi-discrete population models 66/E16
03.07.2018 10:15am Anthony Sun Peer-review process for journal publications 66/E16
10.07.2018 10:15am Juan Segura
UNED Madrid
Controlling populations with combined adaptive limiters 66/E16
Wed 08.08.2018 11:15am Professor Christopher Kribs
University of Texas at Arlington
Competition and co-persistence in multistrain transmission of Trypanosoma cruzi 66/E16
Wed 29.08.2018 2:15pm Professor Julien Arino
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada
Number of source patches required for population persistence in a source-sink metapopulation with explicit movement 66/E16