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Master of Science Ecology

The international Master's Programme "Ecology" was established at Bremen University in 2008. It is a programme for European and Non-European students with a background in biology, ecology or a related subject. The courses are taught in English and follow the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).

The Master of Ecology is multidisciplinary and contains many innovative elements such as a mentoring programme, integrated skills courses, supporting online material, scientific projects, and individual research training.

Research in the area of “Marine Ecosystems” encompasses the bioscientific components of Bremen’s excellent high-profile area of marine research; Marine Ecology is therefore one of the elements of the Master's Programme MSc Ecology.

Ecological Seminar UFT room 1790 - Wednesday 16.15 - 17.45

Dr. Moritz Mittelbach

Ecology of Plants / Rillig Group, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

'Microorganisms in the Floral Niche: Life on the run'

Prof. Dr. Jan Frouz

Charles University in Prague & SoWA research infrastructure, Czech Republic

'Soil and ecosystem development in post mining sites'

Prof. Dr. Eric von Elert

Institute for Zoology / Aquatic Chemical Ecology Group, University of Köln, Germany

'The importance of food quality in lakes: a biochemical perspective'

Prof. Dr. Michael Kleyer

Institute of Biology and Environmental Sciences, University of Oldenburg, Germany

'Niche and dispersal processes determine the assembly of salt marsh communities in the Wadden Sea'

Deisy Morselli Gysi

Bioinformatics Department, Universität Leipzig, Germany

'Weighted Topological Overlap: a correlation based network for ecological interactions'

PD Dr. Hauke Reuter

Department Theoretical Ecology and Modelling, Leibniz Center for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT), Bremen, Germany

'Differences between terrestrial and marine systems – Implications for methods and concepts?'

Aktualisiert von: Shuvo Sarkar