There are no PhD projects available right now. However, if you are interested to apply for fellowships to enter a PhD program at SDU, and join our lab, please contact one of the PIs.
A master student at SDU is required to complete the MSc program at the University of Southern Denmark. The thesis work can be carried out individually or in groups of 2 students. The thesis writing and final presentation are individual. The projects differ every year and are typically linked to the most recent research activity of the group. The project ends with a defence during which the student presents their work to a committee including the supervisor and an external examiner.
Link to the course description can be found here.
Independent study project
Thesis project are obligatory research projects offered to all students at SDU Biology in their third year of study. The projects are one semester-long. Based on the research interest of the student, he or she typically contacts a suitable PI, to carry out a research project related to the PIs investigation line.
Link to the course (10 ECTS) description can be found here.
These projects are offered within the framework of the BSc program to any students at SDU Biology in their late second or third year of study. The projects are one semester-long. Based on the research interest of the student, he or she typically contacts a PI, to carry out a research project related to the PIs investigation line.
Link to the course (5 ECTS) description can be found here
or for the course (10ECTS) description here.
- The effect of vocal organ denervation on song in zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata)
- Directionality in Zebra Finches (Taeniopygia guttata)
- Quantifying avian sound production using high-speed kymography and electroglottography
- A comparative study of song production during experimental interference in oscines
- Harbour seal vocalizations: behavioural and physiological studies
- A social mechanism underlying vocal learning: A comparative study of acoustic modifications in human infant-directed speech and zebra finch tutee-directed song.
- Auditory Brainstem Response in Zebra finches: From Hatchling to Adult.