Sujets pour travaux de Master / Bachelor

Travaux de Master

Control of potato and tomato late blight with biological treatments (PDF, 276 kB, 24.05.2019)Start: Spring 2020
Duration: 6-12 months
Workplace: Agroscope Reckenholz
Contact: karen.sullam@agroscope.admin.ch

MSc project: Climate change-induced shifts in critical phenological stages of winter wheat in Switzerland (PDF, 425 kB, 27.09.2018)Duration: Flexible (2018-19)
Workplace: ETH-LFW and Agroscope Reckenholz
Contact: andreas.hund@usys.ethz.ch, annelie.holzkaemper@agroscope.admin.ch

Enough bees for crop pollination? Estimating potential pollination deficits in Switzerland (PDF, 72 kB, 03.10.2017)Start: winter 2017 / 2018 or beyond
Duration: flexible, ideally 6-12 month
Workplace: Reckenholz
Contact: Matthias Albrecht / Louis Sutter

Conservation of ground-nesting wild bees in agro-ecosystems (PDF, 193 kB, 03.10.2017)Start: winter 2017 or winter/spring 2018
Duration: flexible, ideally 6-12 month
Workplace: Reckenholz
Contact: Matthias Albrecht / Louis Sutter

Wild bee diversity buffering impacts of climate change on the delivery of crop pollination services? (PDF, 172 kB, 03.10.2017)Start: winter 2017 or winter/spring 2018
Duration: flexible, ideally 6-12 month
Workplace: Reckenholz
Contact: Matthias Albrecht / Louis Sutter

Travaux de Master ou de Bachelor

Electrons against bacteria
Studying electron beams (ebeam) to inactivate pathogens on granular food products.
In collaboration with ETH Zurich, Prof. Dr. Martin Loessner
Period: According to prior agreement
Location: Agroscope in Wädenswil, ETH Zurich
Contact: Dr. David Drissner, Head of research group Food Microbiology and Analytics

The Superbug in my Salad
Exploring antibiotic resistant bacteria and pathogens in vegetable foods and exchange of resistances within bacterial biofilms (E. coli, Salmonella, Listeria, Enterococcus)
In collaboration with ETH Zurich, Prof. Dr. Martin Loessner
Period: According to prior agreement
Location: Agroscope in Wädenswil, ETH Zurich
Contact: Dr. David Drissner, Head of research group Food Microbiology and Analytics