Giuliano Matessi

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Giuliano Matessi

Locality: Copenhagen Area, Denmark
Summary: Assistant Professor at University of Copenhagen
Education:  Universit degli Studi di Padova  (1996-1999) 

Industry: Research
Experience: University of Copenhagen (Research industry): Assistant Professor,   

Interests: career opportunities, expertise requests, reference requests, getting back in touch

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Giuliano Matessi's Work Home Page

You've arrived at my work homepage, where you can find information on what I do for a living, and how that has changed over the years. Research interests

Animal Behaviour Group, University of Copenhagen

The Animal Behaviour Group is part of the Department of Population Biology at the ... webdesign: Ricardo Matos & Giuliano Matessi 2006

BIGMUN - Organisation

Organisation BIGMUN Board of Directors. Andrew Simon Archer(AA) - Conference Coordinator Ane Jensen(AJ) Fiona Pearl Cooper(FC) Giuliano Matessi(GM) Helle Folkersen(HF)

SIS - VisKursus

Thorsten Balsby, Patrizia d'Ettore, Leif Lau Jeppesen, Giuliano Matessi, Ricardo Matos m.fl. Undervisnings- periode: Uge 6-15: Undervisnings- form:

WASAC - West africa's savannah under change. sensitivity of the ...

1.000 GIULIANO MATESSI - Pairs in the net: communication network approach to mating strategies: 1.000 CONSIDER - Conservation of soil organism diversity under global change

Tactics of fish fightclub revealed | UniversityPost

A team led by Giuliano Matessi, of the Animal Behaviour Group at the Department of Biology at the University of Copenhagen, have studied the angry fish, and concluded that ...

A database of african migratory birds to guide conservation ...

1.000 GIULIANO MATESSI - Pairs in the net: communication network approach to mating strategies: 1.000 CONSIDER - Conservation of soil organism diversity under global change

SNAK: supervisors

Assistant Professor Giuliano Matessi, PhD gmatessi@bio.ku.dk Research: Assistant Professor Thorsten Balsby, PhD tisbalsby@bio.ku.dk Research: Other KU supervisors:

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Vejledere: Torben Dabelsteen & Giuliano Matessi In this thesis Maëlle aimed at establishing if female fighting fish copy the mate choice of others.