I'm Juliane Lukas

I am a behavioral ecologist with a passion for animal behavior. I am particularly interested in animal aggregations – flocks of birds, herds of ungulates, swarms of insects, schools of fish. My current research focuses on collective anti-predator behavior in fish.

In recent months, I have taken on new challenges in the science management sphere. I am now actively pursuing projects to promote quality, transparency and equity in research and academic institutions.

What I’m currently Up To:

Research associate at Leibniz-IGB

Areas of Expertise:

Animal Behavior • Fish and Bird Ecology  Predator-Prey Dynamics • Neozoa