Zoofysiologi - Foredrag og Seminarer

Kommende Seminarer på Zoofysiologi

Alessandro Giuffrè: Hydrogen sulfide: biochemistry of a poisonous signaling molecule

15.06.2018 Seminar at Zoophysiology 11.15 - 12.00 building 1131, room 127.

Foredragsholder: Alessandro Giuffrè, CNR Institute of Molecular Biology and Pathology, Rome, Italy. Læs opslag.

Professor Duncan Mitchell: Revisiting thermal physiology: misconceptions in predicting responses of mammals to climate change

19.06.2018 Seminar at Zoophysiology 15.00 - 15.45, Aarhus Institute of Advanced Sciences.

Foredragsholder: Professor Duncan Mitchell, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa. Læs opslag.

Zoofysiologi Seminarer og Symposier afholdt 2018

Jens C. Koblitz: Acoustic monitoring of bats and toothed whales

17.01.2018 Seminar at Zoophysiology, building 1131, room 127.

Foredragsholder: Jens C. Koblitz, BioAcoustics Network, Germany. Læs opslag.

Mindesymposium for Bertel Møhl

23.01.2018 Seminar at AIAS/Zoophysiology 10.00 - 16.00, auditoriet Høegh-Guldbergs Gade 6B.

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Lucie Gerber: Osmoregulatory capacity as a key determinant of insect cold tolerance

25.01.2018 Seminar at Zoophysiology 14.30 - 15.15, building 1131, room 127.

Foredragsholder: Lucie Gerber, Zoophysiology, Aarhus University. Læs opslag.

Heidi MacLean: Assessing the role of acclimation and adaptation in thermal performance curves

11.04.2018 Seminar at Zoophysiology 10.15 - 11.00, building 1131, room 127.

Foredragsholder: Heidi MacLean, Zoofysiologi, Aarhus Universitet. Læs opslag.


12.04.2018 Specialedag 9.30 - 16.15, building 1131, room 127.

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Julie van der Hoop: Pulmonary ventilation of cetaceans measured with acoustic bio-logging tags

29.05.2018 Seminar at Zoophysiology 10.15 - 11.00, building 1131, room 127.

Foredragsholder: Julie van der Hoop, Zoofysiologi, Aarhus Universitet. Læs opslag.

Oxygen symposium

Celebration of the 80th birthday of Professor Roy Weber

Sandbjerg Manor House May 16-19 2018

The Oxygen symposium will be held at Sandbjerg Manor House a few kilometers north of city Sønderborg in the southeast of Jutland (Denmark). Charming Sandbjerg Manor House dates from 1571, but today's house was built in 1788 and was given to Aarhus University by Karen Blixen’s sister in 1959 for teaching and research. It is a truly picturesque place with a genuine atmosphere of a vanished past. What better location for a birthday celebration?

Travel information

Sandbjerg estate can be reached by flights from Copenhagen (Alsie Express have cheap and reliable flights between Kastrup airport and Sønderborg: https://alsieexpress.dk/en/) and there are hourly trains from Copenhagen to Sønderborg (a four hour journey!) where we will arrange for cars to pick you up from the train stations. It is also possible to fly to Billund (in the middle of Jutland). From here you can take trains from Vejle to Sønderborg. Please let us know whether you need any additional information.

Detailed program for Oxygen Symposium May 2018