ILEE Lunch Seminar 11/6

  • When Jun 11, 2019 from 12:45 PM to 02:00 PM (Europe/Brussels / UTC200)
  • Where B33, Biology building, 3rd floor
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2 Talks of ± 20 min plus 10 min discussion.


Loïc Trompet (Physics; team of Muriel Lepère)
First results from the NOMAD instrument on-board ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter
After more than a year of operation, NOMAD has already provided, and continues to provide, a large amount of data stemming from the atmosphere of Mars with unprecedented resolution.
Some preliminary results about methane, aerosols, water and D/H have already been published. These results as well as some ongoing analyses will be presented.

Jürg Spaak (Biology; team of Frederik De Laender)
A unified definition for niche and fitness differences
To coexist, species must occupy different niches and not differ too much in their fitness. In coexistence theory, we quantify this with niche and fitness differences. We review the existing definitions for niche and fitness differences and propose a unified definition. We then show how this unified definition will help to understand main gaps in the current coexistence theory.
Please order your sandwich before Monday 10th, 18h!!

Sandwich list here

This is the last seminar before summer. The next ILEE lunch seminar will be in September (Tuesday, 3rd 2019)!