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Department of Primatology

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Deutscher Platz 6
04103 Leipzig

phone.: +49 (341) 3550 - 200
fax: +49 (341) 3550 - 299

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Gesellschaft für Primatologie

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Program GfP 2015 Leipzig

Wednesday, 11 February

TimeVenueSpeakerTitle
Wolfgang Koehler Research Center
13:30 / 15:00Zoo Leipzig, WKRC Guided tour through Wolfgang Koehler Research Center
Max-Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
from 15:00 onMPI EVA - Foyer Registration
18:00-19:00MPI EVA - FoyerClutton-Brock, TimOpening plenary talk
19:00-20:00  Scientific speed dating
from 20:00 on  Cometogether (food & drinks)

Thursday, 12 February

TimeVenueSpeakerTitle
University of Leipzig - Institute of Biology Allgemeine und Angewandte Botanik
  Chair: Tobias Deschner
09:00-09:45 Biology I - lecture hall 115Beehner, JacinthaSession 1: Plenary talk
09:45-10:00Berghaenel, AndreasThe (mal)- adaptive value of prenatal stress during early ontogeny [abstract]
10:00-10:15Schaebs, Franka SimeaDemographic factors influencing male wild white-faced capuchin endocrinology [abstract]
10:15-10:30Carlitz, EstherNew insights into hair cortisol measurement for long-term stress monitoring in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) [abstract]
10:30-11:00Foyer lecture hall  coffee break
  Chair: Verena Behringer
11:00-11:15 Biology I - lecture hall 115Rachel, AnneAn ultrasound-based model to study follicular dynamics in common marmosets [abstract]
11:15-11:30 Mietsch, MatthiasNon-invasive health screening for common marmosets using blood pressure [abstract]
11:30-11:45 Jaenig, SusannAnalysing Body Odour of Great Apes Using GC-MS [abstract]
11:45-12:00 Kuecklich, Marlen Difference in olfactory profiles across female cycle stages in chimpanzees [abstract]
12:00-12:15 Heldstab, SandraThe role of body fat, seasonality and lifestyle in brain size evolution [abstract]
12:15-12:30 Morbach, ZinaGastro-intestinal parasite prevalence and social network position in Barbary macaques at Affenberg Salem [abstract]
12:30-13:30Uni Mensa/city lunch break
  Chair: Thomas Breuer
13:30-14:15 Biology I - lecture hall 115Kuehl, HjalmarSession 2: Plenary talk
14:15-14:30 Junker, JessicaIntegrating wildlife conservation with conflicting economic land-use goals in a West African biodiversity hotspot [abstract]
14:30-14:45 Hartel, JessicaEffects of long term research on conservation on Kibale NP An integrated approach to social cultural and biol sustainability [abstract]
14:45-15:00 McCarthy, Maureen Genetic censusing suggests unexpectedly sizable numbers of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) living in forest fragments in western Uganda [abstract]
15:00-15:15 Seiler, NicoleRanging on community land and crop-raiding by mountain gorillas [abstract]
15:15-15:30 Seltmann, AnneGroup movements in Barbary macaques [abstract]
15:30-16:00Foyer lecture hall  coffee break
16:00-18:00Biology I  - lecture hall 115 GfP General meeting
18:00-20:00Foyer lecture hall  poster session [poster titles & authors] & cometogether

Friday, 13 February

TimeVenueSpeakerTitle
University of Leipzig - Institute of Biology Allgemeine und Angewandte Botanik
  Chair: Anja Widdig
09:00-09:45 Biology I - lecture hall 115Alberts, SusannSession 3: Plenary talk
09.45-10:00 Staedele, VeronikaPatterns of philopatry and dispersal in a multilevel primate society [abstract]
10:00-10:15 Kopp, GiselaGene flow patterns in West African baboons [abstract]
10:15-10:30 Fünfstück, TillmannCentral and eastern chimpanzees are characterized by clinal genetic variation [abstract]
10:30-11:00Foyer lecture hall coffee break
  Chair: NN
11:00-11:15 Biology I - lecture hall 115Neumann, ChristofCoalitions, dominance rank and reproductive success in wild male crested macaques [abstract]
11:15-11:30 Haunhorst, ChristineThe nature of heterosexual bonds in wild Assamese macaques [abstract]
11:30-11:45 Koch, FlaviaIntergroup encounters in Verreaux’s sifakas factors influencing individual participation [abstract]
11:45-12:00 Tiddi, BarbaraIs female mating preference contingent upon male resource-control? An experimental approach in wild tufted capuchin monkeys [abstract]
12:00-12:15 Sanchez-Amaro, AlexNatural Choices of Food in Great Apes [abstract]
12:15-12:30 Oelze, ViktoriaReconstructing temporal variation in great ape diets - stable isotope analyses in non-invasively collected hair [abstract]
12:30-13:30Uni Mensa/city lunch break
 Chair: Roman Wittig
13:30-14:15 Biology I - lecture hall 115Fischer, JuliaSession 4: Plenary talk
14:15-14:30Schel, Anne MarijkeRecipient directed food calls in chimpanzees: precursors for triadic communication? [abstract]
14:30-14:45 Kalan, AmmieChimpanzee food calls the effects of socio ecological context on structure and production [abstract]
14:45-15:00 Luef, Eva-MariaFood humming in gorillas (Gorilla g. gorilla) in the wild – A preliminary report [abstract]
15:00-15:30Foyer lecture hall - ground floor coffee break
  Chair: Anne Marijke Schel
15:30-15:45 Biology I - lecture hall 115Froehlich, Marlen‘Climb aboard’! – Gestural initiation of carries in mother-infant pairs of wild chimpanzees [abstract]
15:45-16:00 Douglas, Pamela HeidiPointing and pantomime in Pan paniscus: evidence of language precursors [abstract]
16:00-16:15 Scheider, LindaHow do gibbons use facial expressions in social interactions? [abstract]
16:15-16:30 Ban, Dagui SimoneTaï chimpanzees anticipate revisiting high-valued fruit trees from further distances [abstract]
16:30-16:45 Jang, HaneulJavan gibbons (Hylobates moloch) regulate the timing of visits to preferred plant species in response to predictability of fruiting patterns [abstract]
16:45-17:00 Engelmann, JanChimpanzees trust in reciprocity [abstract]
17:00-17:15 Karg, KatjaChimpanzees Strategically Manipulate What Others Can See [abstract]
17:15-17:30 Schmidtke, DanielStandardized cognitive testing (CANTAB) in a strepsirrhine primate [abstract]
Moritzbastei Leipzig
19:00-24:00Moritzbastei (next to MDR tower) Farewell Party