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Programme 21 - 23 April 2015 at Tjärnö

With reservation for changes...

Tuesday 21st April

09.30 - 10.00 - Registration and coffee/tea

10.00 - 12.30, Session 1, Big lecture hall

Kerstin Johannesson

Chair: Henrik Christiansen

Kerstin Johannesson
Reproductive isolation in Littorina saxatilis contact zone

Marina Panova
Genomics of adaptation in marine snails Littorina saxatilis

Marina Rafajlovic
The statistics of phenotypic changes during adaptive divergence of partly isolated populations

Alexander Ventura
Unaffected growth in mussel larvae exposed to acidified under-saturated seawater

Anna Sara Krång
Behavioural, physiological and immunological responses of the Norway lobster exposed to hypoxia or manganese under the pressure of ocean acidification

Grégory Charrier
Title to be decided...

12.30 - 13.45 - Lunch

13.45 - 15.00 - Session 2, Big lecture hall

Chair: Anna Abramova

Anna Godhe
Genetic structure of algal blooms: Investigating the spring bloom of the Baltic Sea in spatial and temporal dimensions

Olga Kourtchenko
Anthropogenic driven microevolution in a common diatom, Skeletonema marinoi

Sam Dupont
Experience and reflections from organizing Marine Evolution under Climate Change, a CeMEB Advanced course.

15.00 - 15.40 - Coffee & tea 

15.40 - 17.50 - Group discussions I,  Big lecture hall

Introduction to the Group discussions

> IMAGO species - update and introduction to discussions and spring seminars

> Mini-projects - introduction to discussion groups

Group discussions

18.00 - Dinner

19.00 - Pub, White dormitory

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Wednesday 22nd April

08.00 - Breakfast

09.00 - 10.00 - Session 1: Big lecture hall

Chair: Lisa Sundqvist

Helen Nilsson Sköld
News on colors and color chnage in fish, and Havets Hus for outreach

Ola Svensson
Local adaptation of reproductive traits as a starting point in ecological speciation

Gry Sagebakken
How to breed sand gobies for a common garden design. Work in progress 

10.00 - 11.00 - Coffee & tea 
CeMEB PhD students meeting

11.00 - 12.30 - Session 2, Big lecture hall

Chair: Josefin Larsson

Irene Kalchhauser
European bighead goby populations display large scale genetic homogeneity and small scale genetic differentiation in correlation with shipping patterns

Filip Volckaert
Is there a co-phylogeographic signal in Gyrodactylus flatworms and their sand goby host?

Erica Leder
The threespine stickleback methylome: Characterizing sex-specific differences

Anna-Lisa Wrange
The story of a hitchhiker: population genetic patterns in the invasive barnacle Balanus improvisus

12.30 - 13.30 - Lunch

13.30 - 15.00 - Session 3, Big lecture hall

Chair: Stina Jakobsson

Lilian Franco Belussi
Functions of internal melanin in anurans and fishes

Carl André
Isolation by adaptation in Baltic cod

Lightning talks - presentations from young researchers

  1. Fredrik Jutfelt
  2. Göran Nylund
  3. Eduardo Infantes
  4. Sylvie Tesson
  5. Mats Töpel
  6. Tomas Larsson
  7. Matthias Obst
  8. Ulrika Lind
  9. Pierre De Wit
  10. Rick Pereyra

15.00 - 15.40 - Coffee & tea - Poster session

15.40 - 17.30 - Group discussions II, Big lecture hall

17.30 - 19.00 - Free time for spontaneous interactions

17.30 - 18.30 - CeMEB PhD students are invited to the Director's tea, Conference room, 3rd flour.

19.00 - Dinner & Pub

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Thursday 23rd April

08.00  -  Breakfast

09.00 - 10.30, Group discussions III, including coffee & tea

10.30 - 11.30 - Joint presentations and conclusions from the discussions - Big lecture hall

11.30 - 11.50 - Concluding remarks & Good-bye - Big lecture hall

12.00 - 13.00 - Lunch and departure

13.00 - 14.00 - Steering committee meeting, Conference room, Lars Afzelius lab.

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Short cuts...

Focus for the 13th CeMEB Assembly is Reporting on-going and planned activities within CeMEB...

Tuesday 21 April

Wednesday 22 April

Thursday 23 April




This time we will have plenty of time for discussions and meetings, both scheduled and un-scheduled. Take the opportunity to meet and talk IRL - and to make the best out of it - prepare yourself and think about what you would like to discuss and with whom. ;-)

We will have meetings for the IMAGO species and we guess that you would like to discuss how to proceed with the ongoing work on the species and also plan for the genome publication. It might also be important to plan for and discuss what other publications could come out of your work.

We are fortunate to have a bunch of master students from the Dept of Physics joining us for this meeting. If you have theoretical questions or problems that require or would benefit from involving people skilled in mathematics and/or physics - take this opportunity and involve the students in your thoughts!

Mini-project - CeMEB will announce a new possibility to fund mini-project initatives. Take the possibility to discuss and plan for what kind of mini-projects that would be interesting and relevant in a CeMEB perspective. It can be suggestions for mini-projects within and between the IMAGO species. One group is already suggested and that is a discussion between the Idotea and Fucus group. And it can also be other initiatives.

Collaboration between Brest and CeMEB - Greg Charrier would like to have a discussion about possible collaborations between CeMEB and the LEMAR/Labex-MER.

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