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Mission

The purpose of the Graduate Program "Biodiversity, Evolution and Ecology" is to educate the next generation of biodiversity researchers and imbue them with a broad understanding of biodiversity science, an unprecedented toolbox of quantitative skills and a spirit of cooperation and networking.

Facts

The graduate program was established in December 2015 with a focus on biodiversity related research at Freie Universität Berlin. Focusing on biodiversity, PhD projects and courses will bridge between disciplines, topics and scales in biodiversity research. 13 research groups at different institutes cooperate for the program. As member of the Dahlem Research School (DRS), the graduate program implements certain standards concerning the admission process, supervision of students and the curriculum.

Research within the program is embedded in the Berlin-Brandenburg Institute of Advanced Biodiversity Research (BBIB).

Persons in Charge

Representative: Prof. Dr. Matthias C. Rillig
Admission Commitee:  Prof. Dr. Jonathan M. Jeschke
  Prof. Dr. Matthias C. Rillig
  Prof. Dr. Jens Rolff (substitute)
  Prof. Dr. Britta Tietjen
  Prof. Dr. Anke Steppuhn
  Dr. Stefan Hempel (WiMi)
  Dr. Hanna Weise  (WiMi substitute)
  Yvonne Buchholz (student)
  Sebastian Fiedler (student substitute)
Ombudsperson: Prof. Dr. Jens Rolff
Coordinator: Dr. Karoline Weißhuhn