CZU Open Classes May

 

We invite students of the Euroleague for Life Sciences universities (incl. CZU), students of our other partner universities and all prospective students to join the CZU Open Classes!

Choose a lecture of your interest from the list below, make a quick registration and then just join on the day and time for the online live lecture.

 

APRIL 2021 OPEN LECTURES:

Faculty of CZU The topic of the lecture Short annotation of the lecture Date Time (CET) Name of the lecturer Registration Link to MS Teams
Faculty of Environmental Sciences Landscapes of Compassion - Circular Economy in Guatemala City This lecture is used as an introduction seminar class, for grad students and also one for undergraduate students as a way to learn to be "open" to a new research idea or topic.  In the seminar classes, I am pushing them to begin thinking about this and what they might become interested in for research/ideas for thesis, etc. 26.04.2021
(Monday)
14:00 - 15:45 Peter Kumble  Register Join
Faculty of Agrobiology, Food and Natural Resources Integrated agricultural systems  An introduction to broadening research surrounding sustainable intensification and integrated pest management strategies 27.04.2021
(Tuesday)
10:00 - 11:30 Theresa Piskáčková Register Join
Faculty of Agrobiology, Food and Natural Resources Let's TALK science: communicating/reporting scientific research Research is only as good as its data and data is only as good as it is communicated. Science communication is an up and coming discourse in research in present times; this lecture discusses broad themes in science communication, the processes and how it helps in bettering science. We would be looking at sample publications and engage in critiques so as to apply what we discuss in the lecture. The focus is more on the techniques of communication than the language.  28.04.2021
(Wednesday)
09:00 - 10:30 Martina Anandam Register Join
Faculty of Environmental Sciences Impact of urban drainage on phosphorus cycle Higher use of industrial fertilizers to produce food and urban drainage lead to changes in the fate of the phosphorus in the environment. The lecture will focus on the consequence of these changes and possible solutions. 28.04.2021
(Wednesday)
10:30 - 12:00 Dana Komínková Register

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MAY 2021 OPEN LECTURES:

Faculty of CZU The topic of the lecture Short annotation of the lecture Date Time (CET) Name of the lecturer Registration Link to MS Teams
Faculty of Agrobiology, Food and Natural Resources Research Methods in Field Biology Covering the fundamentals and the advances in field sciences, the lecture serves to offer insight into field techniques using case studies. This includes a brief discussion on data analysis  (asking the right questions, hypothesis and choosing the right statistics, statistics tools such as SAS Studio, Excel, and NVivo) and the role of data in broadening the scope of ecological research. The lecture is designed to give the students the much-needed intro into wildlife conservation, equipping them for a career in biodiversity conservation and research.  03.05.2021
(Monday)
09:00 - 10:30 Martina Anandam Register Join
Faculty of Environmental Sciences Landscape Planning Principles within Landscape Ecology - Evolution and the Paradigm Shift This lecture is used in the Landscape Ecology class as a way for students in the Landscape Planning masters program and the Environmental Engineering undergraduate program to understand the concept of a paradigm shift and how this way of thinking can be related to how a landscape planner can begin to integrate this thinking within applied landscape ecology. 03.05.2021
(Monday)
14:00 - 15:45 Peter Kumble  Register Join
Faculty of Environmental Sciences Unmanned Aerial Systems in Environmental Sciences Students are given an introduction to Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and its applicability to monitor the landscape and measure its particular features.  04.05.2021
(Tuesday)
10:00 - 11:30 Jan Komárek Register Join
Faculty of Forestry and Wood Sciences Introduction to Silviculture The introduction is presented concerning biological, ecological and economical bases of silviculture, main aspect, approaches and principles.  05.05.2021
(Wednesday)
14:00 - 15:30 Vilém Podrázský Register Join
Faculty of Agrobiology, Food and Natural Resources   Fish, Seafood and Exotic Products The lecture is focused on the nutritional value of fish and their beneficial health effects on human nutrition, it also provides interesting information in terms of seafood and exotic products.  10.05.2021
(Monday)
09:00 - 10:30 Khalili Tilami Sarvenaz   Register Join
Faculty of Environmental Sciences   Landscape Architecture - Different Modes or Phases of Professional Practice Landscape architecture and different modes of practice is used in both the intro classes for the graduate students and also the undergraduate students. For some, it is the first exposure to this field, for others, it expands their understanding of the profession.      10.05.2021
(Monday)
14:00 - 15:45 Peter Kumble  Register Join
Faculty of Forestry and Wood Sciences Introduction to evolutionary biology: a historical perspective   History of evolutionary and hereditary thoughts from ancient Greeks to Darwin, Mendel and contemporary views.    11.05.2021
(Tuesday)
10:00 - 11:30 Jaroslav Čepl Register Join
Faculty of Forestry and Wood Sciences Introduction to evolutionary biology: population genetics   An introductory overview of basic concepts in population genetics, Hardy-Weinbergh law, key evolutionary forces.    12.05.2021
(Wednesday)
10:00 - 11:30 Milan Lstibůrek Register Join
Faculty of Agrobiology, Food and Natural Resources Dietary fats and oils in human nutrition    The lecture provides the whole picture of the world of lipids, their classification and the importance of dietary fats and oils in human nutrition.  13.05.2021
(Thursday)
09:00 - 10:30  Khalili Tilami Sarvenaz Register Join
Faculty of Environmental Sciences Introduction to biological invasions Biological invasions represent one of the biggest threat to biodiversity and interconnected ecosystem services. Moreover, they have the potential to significantly affect economic systems and human health. The lecture is an introduction to the main problems of invasive alien species spreading, their biology and their impact on ecosystems worldwide. The lecture is also focused on different management and control approaches.   17.05.2021
(Monday)
13:00 - 14:45 Kateřina Berchová Register Join
Faculty of Engineering Natural fibres: structure, properties and applications The whole spectrum of natural-origin fibres will be covered. The internal structure, morphology, physical and chemical nature will be dealt with in details.   17.05.2021
(Monday)
10:30 - 12:00 Rajesh Mishra Register Join
Faculty of Engineering Bio-inspired nanotechnology Nanoscience and Nanotechnology will be described with regard to the fundamentals of physics and chemistry. The nanoscale materials e.g. nanofibers, nanoparticles, carbon nanotubes etc. will be discussed with respect to their applicability.  19.05.2021
(Wednesday)
10:30 - 12:00 Rajesh Mishra  Register Join
Faculty of Forestry and Wood Sciences Introduction to evolutionary biology: selected concepts of quantitative genetics Fisher's infinitesimal model, Fundamental theorem of natural selection, correlated traits.  19.05.2021
(Wednesday)
13:00 - 14:30 Milan Lstibůrek Register Join

 

 

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