In the 2023 winter term, we will have a digital Zoom course - the respective Link will be shared before the semester starts!
The colloquium provides the opportunity to present current state, concept and results of running Bachelor, Master and PhD projects within the Lab of Landscape and Urban Ecology at the GI. All participants are warmly invited!
The Colloquium of Landscape Ecology provides a space for presenting initial concepts as well as progress made in Bachelor and Master’s thesis carried out within the Landscape Ecology group. All thesis students will present their work at least twice, once in the initial conceptualization phase (short presentation – 10min) and once at a stage when first results are available (~25min) in order to get constructive feedback and critical discuss methodological and thematic aspects of their respective projects with a wide range of peers (fellow students, PhD students, postdocs and faculty members). The colloquium also serves as a forum for improving presentation and communication skills.
All students writing a thesis with the Landscape Ecology group are expected to participate actively in the colloquium. As the working language of the group is English, the presentations and discussion in the colloquium will be in English as well.