Holger R. Goerlitz
My main research interest is in
animal sensory systems and animal behaviour, especially behavioural and sensory
ecology. I am interested in how animals interact with other individuals of
their own and other species, with their
environment and how these processes had been shaped by ecology and evolution. I
mainly focus on auditory processing, auditory perception of the environment and
auditory guided behaviour.
For more information, please see the webpage of the Acoustic and Functional Ecology Group.
Since 2022: Guest researcher at the MPI-BI
2014 - 2021: Emmy Noether Research Group Leader, MPI for Ornithology
2012 – 2014: Senior Scientist, Max Planck Institute for Ornithology
2011 – 2012: Research Fellow, University of Bristol
2008 – 2011: Postdoctoral Research Assistant, University of Bristol
2005 – 2008: PhD, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich
1998 – 2004: Studies of Biology and Chemistry, University Tübingen