Please find more about our open Master and Bachelor projects:
Master/IRT3 PROJECT "Characterizing willow tit song — a culturally transmitted mating trait"
Supervisor: Dr. Ulrich Knief (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Master’s thesis (+IRT3) projects available on Evolutionary Genomics
Supervisor: Dr. Ricardo J Pereira (email@example.com)
Project 1: "What are the genetic consequences of near extinction?"
Project 2: "New genomic approaches to study population genomics in giant genomes"
Project 3: "Repeatable patterns of introgression during the speciation continuum"
Master's thesis (+IRT3) projects available in the Speciation Behaviour Group
Project 1. "Using CRISPR to test the role of Regucalcin in Heliconius mate choice"
Supervisor: Prof. Richard Merrill (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Matteo Rossi
Project 2. "Larval adaptations contributing to reproductive isolation in Heliconius butterflies" Supervisor: Prof. Richard Merrill (email@example.com) and Dr. Lucie Queste
Project 3. "Evolutionary genetics of visual adaptation in Heliconius butterflies" Supervisor: Prof. Richard Merrill (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr. Shane Wright
Master's thesis (+IRT3) projects available on mating-system evolution
Supervisor: Dr. Bart Nieuwenhuis (email@example.com)
"23 000 sexes? Evolutionary genomics of sexual types in fungi" Project description
"The many costs of self-(in)compatibility" Project description
Master’s thesis (+IRT3) projects available in the Evolutionary and Pathogen Genomics Groups
Supervisor: Dr. Susanne Franssen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Project 1: "Phylogenetics and comparative genomics of the Leishmania genus"
Project 2: "Evaluation of single cell sequencing technologies for aneuploidy estimation in Leishmania"
Project 3: "Role of mosaic aneuploidy for short term adaptation in Leishmania"