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Gastvorträge

2017
 
Tracking bats using BATS: sensor networks for the automated observation of behavior in small vertebrates. Institutsseminar "Animal Ecology", Universität Amsterdam.
 
2016

Wireless sensor networks for the automated study of (social) behavior in bats. Biologisches Colloquium, Universität Ulm.

Tracking bats using BATS: sensor networks for automated observations of behavior in small vertebrates. Institutsseminar "Angewandte Zoologie und Naturschutz", Universität Greifswald.

BATS: a next generation tracking system for automated observations of behavior in small vertebrates. BioMove Summer School "Animal tracking methods and advanced data analyses", Gülpe.

Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) in wildlife tracking. BioMove Summer School "Animal tracking methods and advanced data analyses", Gülpe.

Hightech für die Fledermausforschung das BATS-Sensornetz für automatisierte Fledermaustelemetrie. Wissenschaftliche Fledermauskundliche Tagung AK Fledermäuse Sachsen-Anhalt, Mansfeld.

BATS: a next generation tracking system for automated observations of behavior in small vertebrates. Behavior Discussion Group, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI), Panama.

Hightech made in Bavaria: das BATS-Trackingsystem für automatisierte Telemetrie von Fledermäusen. Konferenz der bayerischen Fledermausschützer, München.

2015

BATS: an automated tracking system to study small vertebrates at high resolution. Max-Planck-Institut für Ornithologie, Radolfzell.

Life in a mosaic landscape: effects of habitat fragmentation on movement patterns and population genetics in Neotropical bats. Bambi Talk auf Barro Colorado Island (BCI), Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI), Panama.

2010

Efectos de síndromes de frutas y ecología de nutrientes en murciélagos y Tamarinos. Kurs ”Mastozoología” an der ”Universidad de Costa Rica” (UCR), San José, Costa Rica.

2007

Ecología de los murciélagos neotropicales. "Universidad Nacional de la Amazonía Peruana" (UNAP), Iquitos, Peru.

Leitung von Konferenz-Sessions

2016

Ripperger SP, Dechmann DKN, Yovel Y. Next Generation Bat Tracking. 17th International Bat Research Conference, Durban, South Africa

2015

Thieleke J, Ripperger SP. Special Session DFG BATS. German Microwave Conference (GeMiC), Nürnberg

Konferenzvorträge

2017
 
Ripperger SP, Mayer F. Encounter‐networks in bats revealed by miniaturized proximity sensors. Deutsche Chiropterologen-Tagung, Vallendar, Deutschland
 

2016

Ripperger SP, Miniaturized proximity sensors for the study of social networks in BATS. 17th International Bat Research Conference, Durban, South Africa

2015

Ripperger SP, Mayer F. High-tech meets ethology: Sensor technology helps to describe the foraging and social behavior in a tropical bat species. 108. Jahrestagung der Deustchen Zoologischen Gesellschaft (DZG), Graz, Österreich

Ripperger SP, Mayer F. Sensor networks in animal tracking: future perspectives on wildlife research. German Microwave Conference (GeMiC), Nürnberg, Deutschland

Ripperger SP, Mayer F & DFG Research Unit 1508. BATS: sensor technology for unraveling social networks in bats. 4th International Berlin Bat Meeting, Berlin, Deutschland

Ripperger SP, Hierold M, Hartmann M, Mayer F. The BATS Scenario: Towards Automated Bat Tracking. BCI Bat Symposium, Barro Colorado Island - Smithonian Tropical Reasearch Institute (STRI), Panama

Ripperger SP, Kalko EKV, Ayasse M. Two is better than one: a 'bird-fig' attracts bats by scent production at night. Deutsche Chiropterologen-Tagung, Olpe, Deutschland

2013

Ripperger SP, Rodríguez-Herrera B, Tschapka M, Kalko EKV, Mayer F. Genetic consequences of habitat fragmentation: Insights from two Phyllostomid bat species in Costa Rica. 16th International Bat Research Conference & 43rd North American Symposium on Bat Research, Alajuela, Costa Rica

Ripperger SP, Kalko EKV, Mayer F, Tschapka, M. Space use in fragmented habitats: responses of a frugivorous bat species to an anthropogenic landscape. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Tropenökologie, gtö, Wien, Österreich

Ripperger SP, Tschapka, M, Kalko EKV, Mayer F. Anthropogenic habitat fragmentation: genetic consequences in two frugivorous bat species. 3rd International Berlin Bat Meeting, Berlin, Deutschland

Ripperger SP, Tschapka, M, Kalko EKV, Mayer F. Differential effects of habitat fragmentation on population genetics in two frugivorous bat species. Deutsche Chiropterologen-Tagung, Rottenburg-Ergenzien, Deutschland

2012

Ripperger SP, Tschapka, M, Kalko EKV, Mayer F. Effects of habitat fragmentation on the genetic population structure of the frugivorous bat Dermanura watsoni (Phyllostomidae). Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Tropenökologie, gtö, Erlangen, Deutschland

 

Poster

2017
 
Ripperger SP, Mayer F. Hiding in the dark: social networks of vampire bats cracked by miniaturized proximity sensors. 5th International Berlin Bat Meeting, Berlin.
 
2016

Ripperger SP, Mayer F. Encounter-networks in bats revealed by miniaturized proximity sensors. GOEvol Symposium; Networks in Biology, Göttingen

Hierold M, Cassens B, Ripperger SP, Mayer F, Weigel R, Koelpin A. Enabling encounter detection for small vertebrates - dynamically reconfigurable sensor nodes for BATS. International Bat Research Conference, Durban, South Africa

Hartmann M, Nowak T, Hierold M, Ripperger SP, Mayer F, Thielecke J, Heuberger A. High Spatial Resolution Tracking of BATS – a Highly Automated Bat Tracking System. International Bat Research Conference, Durban, South Africa
 
DFG Forschergruppe 1508. BATS: A novel embedded communicating sensor system for dynamically adaptive tracking of terrestrial vertebrates. International Bat Research Conference, Durban, South Africa
 
2015

Josic D, Ripperger SP, Mayer F. Habitat use of a bat community in northern Bavaria, Germany. 4th International Berlin Bat Meeting, Berlin

2014

Josic D, Ripperger SP, Mayer F. Foraging and roosting patterns of a bat community in northern Bavaria. European Bat Research Symposium in Sibenik, Kroatien

2013

DFG Forschergruppe 1508. BATS - Operating adaptive tracking sensor-systems. Research Institutes Platform der European Microwave Week (EuMW) in Nürnberg

2012

Vollstädt M, Graiff A, Ripperger SP, Renner S, Tschapka M. Habitatfragmentierung und Infektion von Regenwaldvögeln mit Blutparasiten (Sporozoa: Haemosporida) in Costa Rica. Poster präsentiert auf der Tagung der Deutschen Ornithologen-Gesellschaft, DO-G, Saarbrücken

2009

Ripperger SP, Tschapka M, Ganzhorn JU, Heymann EW, Kalko EKV. Fruit choice and nutritional ecology of bats and tamarins. Deutsche Chiropterologen-Tagung, Frauenwörth, Chiemsee