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Dr. Mäggi Hieber Ruiz

IMPRS Coordinator

Phone:+49 7531 88-4916Fax:+49 7531 88-4917

Evi Fricke

Assistant to the Coordinator

Phone:+49 7531 88-4790Fax:+49 7531 88-4917

 

Best Student Paper Award

The IMPRS Best Student Paper Award is awarded annualy during our "Grand Challenges in ... Symposium". The IMPRS for Organismal Biology honours its students with the best scientific publications with this award. The best publications are identified by the IMPRS Board. The award comes with a 300€ travel budget for the first winner and 100€ each for the second and third winner.

2013

The IMPRS board awarded three first place publications and congratulates Nicholas Kirkerud, Catarina Miranda and Erica Stuber for their excellent publications, each with a 200€ travel budget:

Kirkerud NH, Wehmann HN, Galizia CG, Gustav D. 2013. APIS - a novel approach for conditioning honey bees. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 7: 29. full text

Miranda A C, Schielzeth H, Sonntag T and Partecke J. 2013. Urbanization and its effects on personality traits: a result of microevolution or phenotypic plasticity? Global Change Biology. doi: 10.1111/gcb.12258 abstract

Stuber EF, Araya-Ajoy YG, Mathot KJ, Mutzel A, Nicolaus M, Wijmenga JJ, Mueller JC, Dingemanse NJ. 2013. Slow explorers take less risk: a problem of sampling bias in ecological studies. Behavioral Ecology 24: 1092-1098. abstract

2012

First place
Bart Kranstauber for his publication: Kranstauber B, Kays R, LaPoint SD, Wikelski M, Safi K. 2012. A dynamic Brownian bridge movement model to estimate utilization distributions for heterogeneous animal movement. Journal of Animal Ecology 81: 738-746. abstract

Second place
Malika Ihle for her publikation: Ihle M, Kempenaers B, Forstmeier W. 2013. Does hatching failure breed infidelity? Behavioral Ecology 24: 119-127. abstract

Third place
Uli Knief for his publication: Knief U, Schielzeth H, Kempenaers B, Ellegren H, Forstmeier W. 2012. QTL and quantitative genetic analysis of beak morphology reveals patterns of standing genetic variation in an Estrildid finch. Molecular Ecology 21: 3704-3717. abstract

2011

First place
Adam Fudickar for his publication: Fudickar AM, Wikelski M, Partecke J. 2012. Tracking migratory songbirds: accuracy of light level loggers (Geolocators) in forest habitats. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3: 47-52. abstract

Second place
Nathalie Feiner for her publication: Feiner N, Ericsson R, Meyer A, Kuraku S. 2011. Revisiting the origin of the vertebrate Hox14 by including its relict sarcopterygian members. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution 316B:515-525. abstract

 
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