About


Hi!
I am an early-career scientist with a passion for animal behavior. I am particularly interested in how group behaviors such as collective action or decision-making arise, which factors can influence them and how they affect animal's survival. My current research focuses on collective anti-predator behavior in fish.
Juliane Lukas
Behavioral ecologist, M.Sc.‚Äč

Research

Collective anti-predator behavior:

Adaptive value and mechanisms underlying repeated fright waves

Predator-Prey Dynamics in an extreme environment:

Bird-fish interactions under hypoxia and sulfide stress

Shoaling behavior &
sociability:

Real-time behavior tracking and social cue manipulations via a biomimetic robot

Consequences of Behavioral types:

Personality-dependent dispersal and climate warming-invasion synergies