Foreign students

Foreign students enrolled at Graduate Program in Plant Biology (PPGBV).

                  Current

Starting year

  Name

Degree

2020

Yeison Jaroc Lombo Sanchez

Master

2020

Yennifer Carolina Mata Sucre

Doutoral

2019

Diego Centeno Alvarado

Master

2019

Marleny Prada de La Cruz

Master

2018

Ronald Noutcheau

Doutoral

 

 

 

                    Egresses

Completion year

Name

Degree

2020

Lucia Marín Pérez

Master

2020

Mariela Anália Sader

Doutoral

2020

Pablo Emanuell del Valle Rodriguez

Master

2020

Yennifer Carolina Mata Sucre

Master

2018

Mariana Alejandra Báez

Doutoral

2016

Mariela Anália Sader

Master

2015

Carmen Marangoni

Master

2014

Mariana Alejandra Báez

Master

2012

Magdalena Vaio Scvortzoff

Doutoral

2011

Fernando Roa Ovalle

Doutoral

2011

Juan Diego Garcia González

Master

2011

Margarita Paloma Cryz Gómes

Master

2010

Paola Andrea Londoño Casteñeada

Master

2008

Luis Miguel Primo

Doutoral

2007

Fernando Roa Ovalle

Master

2005

Oliver Pierre Gabriel Darrault

Master

2004

Luis Miguel Primo

Master


Visiting foreign students of the Postgraduate Program in Plant Biology (PPGBV) with co-supervision 

 

Vicent MankiewiczThermal land-surface signature modified by leaf-cutting ant nests at local and landscape scale. 2020. (Master degree in Plant Ecology and Systematic) – University of Kaiserslautern, Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst. Co-advisor: Inara Roberta Leal.

Michelle Szyja. Effects of ecosystem engineers on regeneration dynamics in the chronically disturbed dry forest of the Catimbau National Park. 2019. (Doutorate in Plant Ecology and Systematics) – University of Kaiserslautern, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. Co-advisor: Marcelo Tabarelli.

Andrea Angulo. Impact of exotic grasses in the success of Acromyrmex balzanii in the human-modified Caatinga dry forest. 2019 (Master degree in Plant Ecology and Systematic) – University of Kaiserslautern, Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst. Co-advisor: Inara Roberta Leal.

Suzanne Marr. The consequences of sucking insect Aleurodicus sp. in cultivated Coconut palms in a semi arid region of Brazil. 2016. (Master degree in Biology) –Universität Hamburg, Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung. Co-advisor: Jarcilene Silva de Almeida Cortez.

Phan Cat Tuong LeRichness and abundance of native species of Caatinga with forage potential grazing areas at Fazenda Tamandua . 2013. (Master degree in Maitrise en Ecologie International) – Université de Sherbrooke. Co-advisor: Jarcilene Silva de Almeida Cortez.

Julia Backle. Effects of human disturbance on seed dispersal of Commiphora leptofloeus (Burseraceae) in Caatinga vegetation. 2012. Dissertação (Master degree in Plant Ecology and Systematic) – University of Kaiserslautern, Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst. Co-advisor: Inara Roberta Leal.

Virginie Journeau. Création d’un programme d’interprétation sur l’écologie et l’utilisation durable de la Caatinga dans l’aire protégée de la. 2012. Dissertação (Master degree Maîtrise en Écologie International) – Université de Sherbrooke. Adivisor: Jarcilene Silva de Almeida Cortez.

Susanna Schmidt. Edge effects on herbivory in Tropical and Temperate forests. 2010. Dissertação (Master degree in Plant Ecology and Systematic) – University of Kaiserslautern, Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst. Co-advisor: Inara Roberta Leal.

Jörg Stephan. Spatially Heterogeneous Nest-Clearing Behavior Coincides with Rain Event in the Leaf-Cutting Ant Atta cephalotes (L.) (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). 2008. (Master degree in Plant Ecology and Systematics) – University of Kaiserslautern, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. Co-advisor: Inara Leal.

Sebastian Meyer. Ecosystem engineering in fragmented forests: edge-mediated hyper-abundance of leaf-cutting ants and resulting impacts on forest structure, micro-climate and regeneration. 2008. (Doctorate in Plant Ecology and Systematics) – University of Kaiserslautern, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. Co-advisor: Marcelo Tabarelli.

Pille Urbas. Effects of forest fragmentation on bottom-up control in leaf-cuttings ants. 2004. (Doctorate in Plant Ecology and Systematics) – University of Kaiserslautern, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. Co-advisor: Inara Leal.

Nicole Meyer. Einfluß der Waldfragmentierung auf die physikalischen Blatteigenschaften der Wirtspflanzen von Blattschneiderameisen im Atlantischen Regenwald Brasiliens. 2004. (Master degree in Plant Ecology and Systematics) – University of Kaiserslautern, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. Co-advisor: Inara Leal.