Holger R. Goerlitz, Dr.

1998-2005 Animal Physiology University of Tuebingen, Germany, Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany 
 2005-2008 Neurobiology LMU Munich, Germany, München, Bayern, Germany 
 2008-2012 School of Biological Sciences University of Bristol, Bristol, England, United Kingdom 
 2012- Acoustic and Functinal Ecology Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, Seewiesen 
"Holger Goerlitz"


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Hans-Ulrich Schnitzler grad student (Neurotree)
Björn M. Siemers grad student
Lutz Wiegrebe grad student (Neurotree)
Marc Holderied post-doc (Neurotree)
Gareth Jones post-doc School of Biological Sciences
Daniel Robert post-doc (Neurotree)


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Léna de Framond research assistant (Animal Behavior Tree)
Kathrin Kugler research assistant (Neurotree)
Dylan G.E. Gomes research assistant 2015-2016 Max Plank Institute for Ornithology
Ella Z. Lattenkamp grad student 2015-2015 Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, Seewiesen
Anne Leonie Baier grad student 2014-2019 Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, Seewiesen (Neurotree)
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de Framond L, Beleyur T, Lewanzik D, et al. (2023) Calibrated microphone array recordings reveal that a gleaning bat emits low-intensity echolocation calls even in open-space habitat. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 226
de Framond L, Reininger V, Goerlitz HR. (2023) Temperate bats may alter calls to partially compensate for weather-induced changes in detection distance. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 153: 2867
Stidsholt L, Hubancheva A, Greif S, et al. (2023) Echolocating bats prefer a high risk-high gain foraging strategy to increase prey profitability. Elife. 12
Stidsholt L, Johnson M, Goerlitz HR, et al. (2021) Wild bats briefly decouple sound production from wingbeats to increase sensory flow during prey captures. Iscience. 24: 102896
Stidsholt L, Greif S, Goerlitz HR, et al. (2021) Hunting bats adjust their echolocation to receive weak prey echoes for clutter reduction. Science Advances. 7
Beleyur T, Goerlitz HR. (2019) Modeling active sensing reveals echo detection even in large groups of bats. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Goerlitz HR, Hofstede HMT, Holderied MW. (2019) Neural representation of bat predation risk and evasive flight in moths: a modelling approach. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 110082
Baier AL, Wiegrebe L, Goerlitz HR. (2019) Echo-Imaging Exploits an Environmental High-Pass Filter to Access Spatial Information with a Non-Spatial Sensor. Iscience. 14: 335-344
Lewanzik D, Sundaramurthy AK, Goerlitz HR. (2019) Insectivorous bats integrate social information about species identity, conspecific activity, and prey abundance to estimate cost-benefit ratio of interactions. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Hügel T, Goerlitz HR. (2019) Species‐specific strategies increase unpredictability of escape flight in eared moths Functional Ecology. 33: 1674-1683
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