Jahangir Vajedsamiei graduated with highest distinction possible – Summa Cum Laude

On Wednesday afternoon, Jahangir Vajedsamiei graduated with highest distinction possible, i.e., Summa Cum Laude

on the “The neglected role of environmental fluctuations as modulator of stress”

photo taken by Maral Khosravi

This makes me more than proud and its so nice to see how well Jahan has taken up new and challenging concepts in ecology. A great contribution to the field on how we may predict the impacts from environmental thermal variability in a climate change context.

 

photo taken by Maral Khosravi

I was able to only join the celebration online while some of the participants of the oral defense could convene afterwards if presenting a fresh and negative covid-19 test result (the new normal?)

 

His publications are:

Jahangir Vajedsamiei, Martin Wahl, Andrea Schmidt, Maryam Yazdanpanahan, Christian Pansch (2021) The higher the needs, the lower the tolerance: Extreme events may select ectotherm recruits with lower metabolic demand and heat sensitivity. Frontiers in Marine Science 8:660427 (https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2021.660427)

Jahangir Vajedsamiei, Frank Melzner, Michael Raatz, Rainer Kiko, Maral Khosravi, Christian Pansch (2021) Simultaneous recording of filtration and respiration in marine organisms in response to short-term environmental variability. Limnology and Oceanography – Methods 19:196-209(http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/lom3.10414)

Jahangir Vajedsamiei, Frank Melzner, Michael Raatz, Sonia Moron, Christian Pansch (under review in Functional Ecology) Burden or relief? Impact of cyclic thermal variability on ectotherms capable of metabolic suppression

 

 

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