Lecture series

  • Exploring new branches on the tree of life

    Brett Baker
    University of Texas, Austin, USA
    12:00 h
    Lecture Hall 2, UZA 1, Althanstr. 14, 1090 Wien
    Brett Baker
  • Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics of Microbial Populations in the Wild

    Martin Polz
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    12:00 h
    Hörsaal 2, UZA 1, Althanstr. 14, 1090 Wien
    Martin Polz
  • Modulation of the Human Gut Microbiota - An Ecological Perspective

    Jens Walter
    University of Alberta
    12:00 h
    Hörsaal 2, UZA 1, Althanstr. 14, 1090 Wien
  • Measurement of sulfur isotope fractionation by APS reductase and its biogeochemical implications

    Shawn McGlynn
    Earth-Life Science Institute Tokyo
    11:00 h
    Hörsaal 2, UZA 1, Althanstr. 14, 1090 Wien
  • How biofilm modelling and kinetic theory led to the prediction of complete ammonia oxidation

    Jan-Ulrich Kreft
    University of Birmingham
    12:00 h
    Hörsaal 2, UZA 1, Althanstr. 14, 1090 Wien
  • Microbiomics of the human gut and the ocean

    Peer Bork
    Structural and Computational Biology Unit, EMBL Heidelberg
    09:30 h
    Hörsaal 2, UZA 1, Althanstr. 14, 1090 Wien
  • The rapidly expanding universe of giant viruses

    Chantal Abergel
    Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique & Aix-Marseille University
    16:30 h
    Hörsaal 2, UZA 1, Althanstr. 14, 1090 Wien
  • The importance of growing slowly: roles for redox-active "antibiotics" in microbial survival and development

    Dianne Newman
    California Institute of Technology
    14:00 h
    Hörsaal 2, UZA1, Althanstr. 14, 1090 Wien
  • Harnessing Bacteria for Drug Discovery: from Bioprospecting to Synthetic Biology

    Sergey Zotchev
    Department of Pharmacognosy, University of Vienna
    12:00 h
    Hörsaal 2. (UZA I), Althanstrasse 14, A-1090 Vienna
  • The tale of the rumen microbiome – from interaction with the host to plasmid mediated gene mobility

    Itzhak Mizrahi
    Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
    12:00 h
    Hörsaal 2. (UZA I)
  • Importance of chemosymbiotic lucinid bivalves in seagrass community functioning

    Matthijs van der Geest
    Université de Montpellier
    11:00 h
    Seminar room DoME (2.309), UZA 1
  • The contribution of phage-mediated gene transfer to microbial genome evolution

    Tal Dagan
    Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
    13:30 h
    Seminar room DoME (2.309)
  • Cool microbes: Assessing the role of acidobacteria communities in carbon and nitrogen cycling processes in arctic tundra soils

    Max Häggblom
    Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
    11:00 h
    Seminar Room DOME (2.309)
  • The genus Pseudovibrio: versatile bacteria with the potential for a symbiotic lifestyle

    Stefano Romano
    Biomerit research centre, University College Cork
    12:00 h
    Seminar room DoME (2.309)
  • Ciliates as natural reservoir of potentially pathogenic bacteria (CINAR PATHOBACTER): state of the art after a four years networking project

    Giulio Petroni
    University of Pisa
    12:00 h
    Seminar room DoME (2.309)
  • Mass spectral imaging of metabolites and proteins in host-microbe interactions

    Manuel Liebeke
    MPI für Marine Mikrobiologie
    12:00 h
    Seminar room
  • Metaproteomics for sub-surface habitats and the intestinal gut microbiota

    Dr. Nico Jehmlich
    Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Leipzig Germany
    12:00 h
    Seminar room DOME
    Dr. Nico Jehmlich
  • First deployment of the European mobile laboratory in the course of the West-African Ebola outbreak

    Kilian Stoecker
    Bundeswehr Institute of Microbiology
    12:00 h
    Seminar room
  • Progress of developing Raman activated single cell sorting and genomics

    Dr. Wei Huang
    University of Oxford, UK
    12:00 h
    DOME Seminar Room
    Prof. Wei Huang
  • Minimal bacterial consortia and the gut liver-axis

    Dr. Tom Clavel
    TU München, Germany
    12:00 h
    Dome Seminar Room
    Dr. Tom Clavel
  • Ecology, evolution and physiology of food digestion by microbes

    Jan-Hendrik Hehemann
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
    12:00 h
    DOME Seminar Room
    Jan Hendrik Hehemann
  • Chemosynthetic symbioses at vents and seeps: Tapping dark energy in the deep sea

    Dr. Jill Petersen
    Symbiosis Department Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Bremen, Germany
    12:00 h
    Dome Seminar room
    Dr. Jill Petersen
  • Same same but different: Ecological niche partitioning of planktonic freshwater bacteria

    Dr. Michaela Salcher
    University of Zurich
    12:15 h
    Seminarraum Mikrobielle Ökologie
    Michaela Salcher
  • Avoiding noise while embracing uncertainty in ecoinformatics

    Dr. Craig Herbold
    Joint Genome Institute, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories
    12:00 h
    Seminarraum Mikrobielle Ökologie
    Dr. Craig Herbold
  • Functional impact of metaproteomic studies in microbial ecology

    Prof. Dr. Martin von Bergen
    Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Leipzig
    12:00 h
    Seminarraum Mikrobielle Ökologie
    Martin van Bergen