Graduate meeting Animal Behaviour of the Ethologische Gesellschaft and the German Zoological Society in Celle

The next Graduate meeting in Animal Behaviour of the Ethologische Gesellschaft and the Animal Behaviour Section of the German Zoological Society (DZG) will take place May 10-12th 2017 at the Institute of Animal Welfare & Animal Husbandry Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut in Celle. 

We invite advanced Master students, PhD students and early Post-docs to present and discuss their results with peers at the Joint Graduate Meeting. For presenting your research you have the opportunity to give a talk (15+5 min) or present a poster of your project / results in an informal and friendly atmosphere.

There will be no registration fees, but we will only accept active participation, i.e. either a talk or a poster presentation. The language of the conference is English. Registration with abstract (max. 250 words) should be send via Email to tobias.krause@fli.de

Deadline for registration and abstract submission is the 10th of April 2017.

Keynote lectures will be given by
Prof. Dr. Marc Naguib (Wageningen University, NL),
Dr. Lars Schrader (Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut in Celle) &
Dr. Wiebke Schuett (Hamburg University).

The meeting will take place from the afternoon of the 10th May 2017 (Wednesday) until 12th May 2017 midday at the at the Institute of Animal Welfare & Animal Husbandry, Celle
(https://www.fli.de/de/institute/institut-fuer-tierschutz-und-tierhaltung-itt/).

 

 

ASAB Winter meeting, 1 – 2 December 2016, London, UK

 

The ASAB Winter Meeting 2016 is entitled „Animal navigation: from quantum physics to global migration.“ The meeting will be organised by Richard Holland and Theresa Burt de Perera.

http://www.asab.org/conferences/

 

5th International Berlin Bat meeting: Are bats special? 10 – 12 March 2017, Berlin

 

With this conference, we would like to foster an exchange of ideas related to the question ‘Are bats special?’ We are especially keen on crossing disciplinary boundaries and hope that the discussion among ecologists, geneticists, morphologists, physiologists, immunologists, virologists and conservationists will advance the field substantially. We suggest several exciting topics as sessions or workshops. In addition, we have invited plenary speakers to review novel applications and exciting developments in their respective research areas.

The deadline for submission of workshop and session titles is 01 August 2016.

If you have any questions, please contact us at 5thIBBM2017@izw-berlin.de or check the web pages www.izw-berlin.de (-> ‘conference’, -> ‘International Berlin Bat Meeting’; to be launched in June 2016) or www.batlab.de.

 

ASAB Winter meeting, 7 – 8 December 2017, London, UK

 

The 2017 ASAB Winter Meeting will be titled „Sexual selection: 30 years of testing the alternatives,“ and will be organised by Nina Wedell and David Shuker.

 

http://www.asab.org/conferences/