Author: Alba Motes
Alba Motes Rodrigo is a PhD student in the ERC StoneCult project researching the origins of human culture and the problem solving abilities of great apes, currently working at the Department of Early Prehistory and Quaternary Ecology of the University of Tubingen (Germany). Previously, she completed a Bachelors in Biology at the University of Valencia (Spain) and a Masters in Applied Ethology and Animal Biology at the University of Linkoping (Sweden). Alba will be looking for a new challenge as postdoctoral researcher in September/October 2020. She has research experience in comparative cognition, cognitive archaeology, cultural evolution and primatology.
Our new series will highlight the work of different ESLR society members. Today, we hear from Alba Motes-Rodrigo, a PhD student at the University of Tübingen, about her work.
Ammie Kalan tells us about her work on the PanAf project.
ESLR met in Leipzig this summer for its annual workshop – Alba Motes Rodrigo talks us through it.
Alba Motes Rodrigo interviewed Dr. Catherine Hobaiter for Cultured Scene about the process of applying for an ERC grant to fund her work on chimpanzees. ERC Starting Grants are oriented towards early-career researchers based in the EU who want to move forward in their careers by becoming research leaders. These grants award up to 1.5 […]