Sprungmarken

 

Thursday, 26.03.2015

Time
12:00

 

 

Registration

 

 

17:00

Welcome reception

19:00

Dinner


Friday, 27.03.2015

Time
07:30

Breakfast

09:00Opening
09:15: Audrey Dussutour: Recent advances in the integrative nutrition of ants
10:001: Michael Grevé et al.: Dietary and temporal niche differentiation in a rainforest ant community of monsoonal Australia: a comparison with the neotropics
10:152: Thomas Parmentier et al.: Trophic interactions in the myrmecophile community associated with red wood ants
10:303: Janine Schyra et al.: Which processes govern community assembly of West African savannah termites?
10:454: Florian Menzel et al.: Circadian asynchrony in tropical ants - how does it affect on ecosystem stability?
11:00

Coffee break

11:305: Gema Trigos Peral et al.: Influence of goldenrod invasion on ant species diversity and colony life history traits
11:456: Lisa Heuss et al.: Ant biodiversity in grassland plots
12:007: Flavio Roces et al.: Tunnel excavation and the organization of underground traffic flow in leaf-cutting ants
12:158: Pina Brinker et al.: Fungal and bacterial communities associated with nests of the ant Lasius fuliginosus
12:30

Lunch

14:009: Lena Waidele et al.: A test of substrate adaption via symbiosis in termites
14:1510: Robert Paxton et al.: Do lactic acid bacteria of the adult honey bee foregut contribute to host defence against pathogens?
14:3011: Silvio Erler et al.: Honey as self-medication nutrient to combat microparasite infections in the honeybee
14:4512: Martin Tremmel et al.: An endosymbiont reduces fitness and affects behavior of a haplodiploid beetle
15:0013: Dino McMahon et al.: Interdependent parasite pressures on social bees
15:1514: Myrsini Eirini Natsopoulou et al.: Varroa destructor virus (VDV-1) causes elevated rates of overwinter decline of honey bees (Apis mellifera)
15:30

Coffee break

16:0015: Sophie Helbing et al.: Collective strength - Social context impacts gene expression in bumblebees
16:1516: Magdalena Witek et al.: Could fungal infection make ant societies more open?
16:3017: Enikő Csata et al.: The effects of age and fungal infection on the activity of the ant Myrmica scabrinodis
16:4518: Tobias Pamminger et al.: Pleiotropic effects of juvenile hormone in ant queens and the escape from the reproduction-survival trade-off
17:00

 

Poster session

 

19:00

Dinner

21:00Disco, Disco!!!

Saturday, 28.03.2015

Time
07:30

Breakfast

09:00Opening
09:15: Christoph Grüter: The evolution of worker differentiation in social insects: insights from stingless bees
10:0019: Abel Bernadou et al.: Division of reproductive labor in the clonal ant, Platythyrea punctata
10:1520: Michael Lattorff et al.: Sociality influences patterns of selection in social genes in bumblebees
10:3021: Antje Jarosch-Perlow et al.: Regulation of queen pheromone production in honeybee workers via alternate splicing of a CP2 transcription factor
10:4522: Tomer Czaczkes: How individual level complexity affects group level behaviour – negative feedback and memory as examples
11:00

Coffee break

11:3023: Iris Albrecht et al.: Function- and population-specific odor bouquets of the halictine bee Halictus rubicundus (Hymenoptera: Halictidae) and the evolution of fertility signals
11:4524: Volker Nehring et al.: The ecology of nestmate recognition in Lasius flavus ants
12:0025: Kathrin Krausa et al.: Olfactory associative learning in two African Stingless Bee Species, Meliponula ferruginea and M. bocandei
12:1526: Tim Gernat et al.: Temporal correlations, not network structure, promote information flow in honey bee social networks
12:30

Lunch

14:0027: Christina Blut: Automated tracking of honeybee behaviors
14:1528: Florentine Schaub et al.: Juvenile hormone and ageing of workers and queens in the termite Cryptotermes secundus
14:3029: Uli Ernst et al.: Fountain of youth for flies, worms and bees- effects and mode of action of royalactin
14:4530: Anja Buttstedt et al.: Major royal jelly proteins in the honeybee Apis mellifera
15:0031: Denise Aumer et al.: Polymorphism for the type of parthenogenesis in laying workers of Apis mellifera capensis
15:1532: Annika Roth et al.: A conserved program of sexual regulation in honeybees relies on evolved control mechanisms
15:30

Coffee break

16:0033: Jürgen Heinze et al.: High skew in the Caucasus: functional monogyny in the ant Leptothorax scamni
16:1534: Susanne Jacobs et al.: Male “territoriality” in African and Caribbean populations of Cardiocondyla venustula
16:3035: Balint Marko et al.: Variation in sperm length and viability in males of two Myrmica (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) species
16:45

Short break

17:00

 

General Assembly of the Central European Section of the IUSSI

 

19:00

Dinner

21:00Disco, Disco!!!

Sunday, 29.03.2015

Time
07:00

Breakfast