Theses in our lab
Currently, there are a number of projects available in our lab. All are on insects. Other topics are possible, if you can convince us that the topic is scientifically interesting. A thesis in our lab works like that: We first agree about a topic. Then you will read some papers on the topic, and summarize in writing what you’ve learned. You will get feedback on your write-up. Then likely revise your writing. Then you will think about a cool experiment to address your topic, and present the idea for the experiment to the lab. You will get feedback and can start your thesis work, fully supervised.
Topics for theses. Please click on them for details
1. [BSc, MSc] Do microbes affect the evolution of genitalia?
2. [BSc, MSc] Strategic sperm allocation in beetles – from summer 2021
3. [BSc, MSc] Genitalia morphology in beetles – from summer 2021
4. [BSc, MSc] Sperm – microbe interactions
5. [BSc, MSc] Lipids and sperm function
6. [BSc, MSc] Sexual selection and population density – from summer 2021
7. [BSc, MSc] Confocal microscopy of FAD fluorescence
8. [BSc, MSc] Why and how do [bedbug] sperm cells aggregate?
9. [BSc, MSc] Sperm motility, male age, and mitochondria
10. [BSc, MSc] Mitochondrial genome and cold survival
11. [BSc, MSc] Mitochondrial genome and population extinction
12. [BSc, MSc] Sperm viability in Drosophila