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Worth-West European IUSSI : Winter meeting will be online

Due to COVID-19 restrictions and uncertainty, we have decided to move the NWE IUSSI Winter meeting to be predominantly online. If you have signed up to join in Oxford, Chris Pull is happy to still host a hublet at Oxford, so that the plenary can be attended in person and so that anyone who has booked non-refundable travel can still come. However, if you have registered to participate in Oxford but would be prefer to participate online instead, please let Chris know (christopher.pull@zoo.ox.ac.uk). If you have submitted an abstract to present a poster but would like to present a fire talk instead, please contact Chris Pull (christopher.pull@zoo.ox.ac.uk). The meeting will be free of charge for all attendees. If you have already paid, you will be contacted by Fabio Manfredini to arrange for reimbursement.All registered attendees will receive a zoom link by email shortly before the meeting. Lastly, we are still looking for members who are interested in running for president and secretary, so don’t hold back!More details can be found at: https://iussi.org/NWEurope/meetings.htmYou can sign up to the conference, and find even more details, at the following link: https://forms.gle/p8Zppic4VWYUdFSV7Nominations are being sort for the new section President and Secretary, who will be elected at the meetingAfter almost three years as President and Secretary, respectively, it is time for Seirian Sumner and Michael Poulsen to step down. Fabio Manfredini will continue as Treasurer until the 2022 Winter meeting.The AGM at the upcoming Winter meeting will include a vote from the membership on the future President and Secretary. If you are a section member and would like to nominate yourself, please email Michael (mpoulsen@bio.ku.dk) in advance or bring your nomination up during the meeting.You can find a brief description of the tasks associated with these positions at http://iussi.org/NWEurope/download/IUSSI%20Committee%20Member%20Responsibilities.pdf, and the section terms of reference at http://iussi.org/NWEurope/download/NWIUSSI_Terms%20of%20Reference.pdf

Programme du VII Congrès Européen de l’IUSSI 2020

Nous mettons les détails du programme au fur et à mesure sur le site web: https://eu-iussi2020.sciencesconf.org/

 

Program overview

05/10: When, why and how does sociality re-shape life history trade-offs?

Organisers: Alice Séguret, Boris Kramer, Romain Libbrecht, Judith Korb

07/10: Not just cogs in the machine: functional morphology and biomechanics of social insects

Organisers : Vincent Fourcassié, Roberto A Keller

12/10: Epigenetics and gene regulation in Social Insects

Organisers : Tali Reiner Brodetzki, Uli Ernst, Romain Libbrecht, Laurent Keller

14/10: Community ecology of social insects

Organizers: Xim Cerdá, Ioan Tausan

19/10: Diversity, plasticity and evolution of communication in insect societies (part I)

Organisers: Luca Pietro Casacci, Alessandro Cini, Volker Nehring

21/10: Developmental plasticity of holometabolous social insects

Organisers : Eva Schultner, Jan Oettler

26/10: Nest architecture and collective building in social insects

Organisers : Andréa Perna, Christian Jost, Guy Theraulaz

28/10: From genes to ecosystems: evolutionary biology of networks

Organisers : Claire Morandin, Pierre Nouhaud

02/11: Understanding social insect pollination: behavioural and genetic approaches

Organisers : Simon Tierney, Olivia Bernauer, Michael Garratt, Anders Nielsen

04/11: Symbionts of social insects

Organisers : Amélie Cabirol, Philipp Engl

11/11: Nutritional homeostasis in social insects

Organisers : Sara Arganda, Audrey Dussutour, Sara Leonhardt

11/11: Diversity, plasticity and evolution of communication in insect societies (part II)

Organisers: Luca Pietro Casacci, Alessandro Cini, Volker Nehring

Ouverture du congrès Européen 2020 – rescheduled for next year

The European Congress of the IUSSI 2020, which was scheduled to be held at the University Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France in August this year has now been rescheduled for next year (presumably at the same location):

 

Dear colleagues and friends,

 

Given the progression of the coronavirus epidemics (COVID-19), the intensification of confinement measures in many parts of the world, and the lack of visibility about the end of the crisis, it now seems very difficult to maintain the organisation of the EU-IUSSI congress in Toulouse this August. Even after the end of specific confinement actions, probably at different times in different countries, it is likely that travels and human interactions will remain regulated for several months making it difficult to hold any meeting.

 

After discussing with delegates of all European sections and the International Union, we decided to postpone the congress to 22-25 of August 2021, hoping for better times. Plenary speakers, symposium organizers, and invited symposium speakers will be asked to contribute again, as in the initial plan.

 

Although many of you already submitted abstracts on the congress web site, normally no payment could have been done at this date. If you think you did so, please contact us (marie-angele.albouy@univ-tlse3.fr).

 

We are sure you will understand this difficult but important decision

Please take care,

The organizing committee

 

Mathieu Lihoreau,

Raphael Jeanson,

Vincent Fourcassié,

Marie-Ange Albouy,

Aurore Avargues-Weber,

Jean-Marc Devaud,

Audrey Dussutour,

Martin Giurfa,

Tamara Gomez-Moracho,

Christian Jost,

Stéphane Kraus,

Jean-Paul Lachaud,

Gérard Latil,

Coline Monchanin,

Pierre Moretto,

Guy Theraulaz,

Séverine Trannoy,

Antoine Wystrach

 

 

 

 

Le Congrès Européen de l’Union International pour l’Etude des Insectes Sociaux aura lieu cette année a Toulouse, du 23 au 26 aout. La soumission des résumés et l’enregistrement sont désormais ouverts (deadline 3 mai). Vous trouverez toutes les informations importantes sur le site web du congres: https://eu-iussi2020.sciencesconf.org.

On vous attends tous a Toulouse!
Mathieu Lihoreau,
pour le comité d’organisation

Université d’été « International Student Course in Behavioural Biology »

L’Institut Francilien d’Ethologie organise une université d’été « International Student Course in Behavioural Biology » les 19 et 20 septembre 2019, sur le campus de l’Université Paris 13 à  Villetaneuse.
Cet événement est dédié à  la formation des étudiants de Master et des doctorants en biologie du comportement.

Voir ci-dessous pour les détails :
http://ife.univ-paris13.fr/images/Documents/studentcourse_sept2019_paris13.pdf

Nous serons ravis de vous accueillir à  Villetaneuse à  cette occasion.

Inscription : ife.registration@leec.univ-paris13.fr) avant le 31 juillet.

Le bureau de l’IFE

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Dear students in animal behaviour / behavioural ecology,

The ‘Institut Francilien d’Ethologie’ organises a summer school entitled ‘International Student Course in Behavioural Biology’ on the 19 and 20 September 2019, at the campus of Villetaneuse of the Unviersité Paris 13. Please find more details following this link

http://ife.univ-paris13.fr/images/Documents/studentcourse_sept2019_paris13.pdf

Students are invited to present posters (in English) of their research projects, which will be evaluated and discussed by an international team of scientists. The course is limited to 120 participant (Master and PhD
students); thus we recommend to register by mail (ife.registration@leec.univ-paris13.fr) as soon as possible, before the 31 July.

We will be pleased to welcome you in Villetaneuse for this event.

Heiko Rödel [on behalf of the IFE organisational committee]

Conférence : EUROPEAN IUSSI 2020

NEXT EUROPEAN IUSSI CONGRESS: TOULOUSE 2020

 

Dear colleagues and friends,

 

The next European meeting of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects (EU-IUSSI) will be held in Toulouse, France, on 24-26 Aug 2020 at the University Paul Sabatier. We hope to fill this conference with many great talks and posters, and this will only be possible with contributions from symposium organizers. Therefore, we would like to announce that the call for symposia is now open.

 

Like for previous editions, the three days of conference will be organized with topic symposia and open sessions. We aim to cover a broad range of emerging as well as classical topics, and preference will be given to symposia that are not restricted to only one taxon. Each symposium should contain four invited talks (one long talk and three short). The sessions will then be completed with a number of non-invited talks (short) selected from the spontaneous abstract submissions. The length of long and short talks will be adjusted depending on the number of abstract submission received. If your symposium is accepted, you will commit to select speakers from the submitted abstracts and chair the session during the meeting.

 

The proposals will be evaluated by the scientific committee of the meeting, which contains representatives from all the active European sections of the IUSSI: Serge Aron, Cristina Castracani, Sylvia Cremer, Claire Detrain, Patrizia D’Ettore, Christoph Grüter, Juergen Heinze, Elli Leadbeater, Tom Wenseelers.

 

If you would like to organize a symposium, please send your proposal (symposium title, name and address of organizers, 300 word summary, names of invited speakers) before the 30th of September 2019 to mathieu.lihoreau@univ-tlse3.fr. It is highly recommended that the task is shared by at least two organizers, ideally from different institutes.

 

We are looking forward to your proposals, and to seeing you all in Toulouse!

 

Cheers,

The organizing committee

Call for symposia EU-IUSSI 2020 Toulouse / Deadline 30/09/19

Dear colleagues and friends,

 

The next European meeting of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects (EU-IUSSI) will be held in Toulouse, France, on 24-26 Aug 2020 at the University Paul Sabatier. We hope to fill this conference with many great talks and posters, and this will only be possible with contributions from symposium organizers. Therefore, we would like to announce that the call for symposia is now open. 

Like for previous editions, the three days of conference will be organized with topic symposia and open sessions. We aim to cover a broad range of emerging as well as classical topics, and preference will be given to symposia that are not restricted to only one taxon. Each symposium should contain four invited talks (one long talk and three short). The sessions will then be completed with a number of non-invited talks (short) selected from the spontaneous abstract submissions. The length of long and short talks will be adjusted depending on the number of abstract submission received. If your symposium is accepted, you will commit to select speakers from the submitted abstracts and chair the session during the meeting.

The proposals will be evaluated by the scientific committee of the meeting, which contains representatives from all the active European sections of the IUSSI: Serge Aron, Cristina Castracani, Sylvia Cremer, Claire Detrain, Patrizia D’Ettore, Christoph Grüter, Juergen Heinze, Elli Leadbeater, Tom Wenseelers.

If you would like to organize a symposium, please send your proposal (symposium title, name and address of organizers, 300 word summary, names of invited speakers)before the 30th of September 2019 to mathieu.lihoreau@univ-tlse3.fr. It is highly recommended that the task is shared by at least two organizers, ideally from different institutes.

We are looking forward to your proposals, and to seeing you all in Toulouse!

Cheers,

The organizing committee

 

MADELEINE BEEKMAN 
Behaviour and Genetics of Social Insects Lab | School of Life and Environmental Sciences | Faculty of Science

THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY
Room 239c, Macleay A12 | The University of Sydney | NSW | 2006
T +61 2 9351 8779  | M +61 437 871 542
E madeleine.beekman@sydney.edu.au  | W http://sydney.edu.au/science/biology/socialinsects/

30eme congres de l’Union Internationale pour l’Etude des Insectes Sociaux

Le 30eme congres de l’Union Internationale pour l’Etude des Insectes Sociaux (section française) se tiendra du 28 au 30 Aout 2019 a l’université d’Avignon.

Le site d’inscription et de soumission des abstracts est désormais ouvert ; Vous y trouverez aussi toutes les informations sur le déroulement du congres.

https://colloque.inra.fr/insectes-sociaux2019/

 

O  5 avril 2019 : Ouverture des inscriptions, Appel a communications et soumission des résumés.

O  20 mai 2019 : Clôture de la soumission des résumés.

O  01 juillet 2019 : Clôture des inscriptions.

 

L’objectif du congres est de partager les nouvelles avancées dans l’étude de la biologie des insectes sociaux (abeilles, fourmis, termites…) et dans l’étude du fonctionnement de leurs sociétés, ceci a travers des disciplines tres diverses comme l’écologie, la chimie, l’éthologie, les neurosciences, la modélisation ou les mathématiques.

 

Parmi les intervenants, nous aurons le plaisir d’accueillir Cléo Bertelsmeier (Université de Lausanne) et Denis Thiéry (Inra Nouvelle-Aquitaine) qui nous donneront une conférence pléniere chacun. Dans un contexte de changements globaux de plus en plus présent, Cléo Bertelsmeier nous présentera ses travaux sur l’impact de la mondialisation sur les invasions de fourmis, et Denis Thiéry fera une synthese des avancées sur la biologie du frelon asiatique et desméthodes de lutte.

De plus, a chaque congres, la section francophone de l’UIEIS décerne un Prix Jeune Chercheur/euse. Le lauréat sera invité a donner une conférence pléniere lors du colloque et se verra remettre le prix par le Président de la Section.  Date limite de candidature le 15 avril et a envoyer a mathieu.lihoreau@univ-tlse3.fr.

 

En espérant vous voir nombreux sous le soleil de Provence !

 

Le comité d’organisation

Conférence : 6th International Entomophagous Insects Conference (IEIC6)

Dear Colleague,

the web site of the 6th International Entomophagous Insects Conference (IEIC6), Perugia, Italy, 9-13 September 2019, is now available. Please link to www.ieic6.it for information on the Conference venue, registration fees, deadlines and preliminary program.

In brief, the venue of the Conference is the ancient Monumental Complex of the San Pietro Abbey, which is the location of the DSA3 (Department of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Sciences) of the University of Perugia. The Abbey is also a stunning concentration of art and history.

The Conference is structured into 6 sessions, with keynote speakers, oral and poster presentations, coffee breaks and lunches. A social tour and gala dinner are also planned.

Guided tours in the town of Perugia and in the Umbria region, the “green heart of Italy”, will be organized for accompanying people.

The registration and call for abstracts will open on 25 February 2019 and close on 5 May 2019 (early registration). The Conference early registration fee is 350 Euros, reduced to 250 for students. The fee also includes the welcome reception, coffee breaks and lunches.

Looking forward to seeing you in Perugia from 9 to 13 September 2019.

The Organizing Committee

Eric Conti (Chair)
Roberto Romani
Gianandrea Salerno
Gabriele Rondoni
Valeria Bertoldi

The Scientific Committee
Guy Boivin
Jacques Brodeur
George Heimpel
Jordi Moya-Laraño
Marta Montserrat
Louise E.M. Vet
Eric Wajnberg
Eizi Yano

Workshop « Hormones et Comportements chez les Arthropodes »

Pensez à vous inscrire et à déposer votre résumé avant le 31 mars 2018 ! https://hba2018.sciencesconf.org/

Le Workshop « Hormones et Comportements chez les Arthropodes » se tiendra les 5 et 6 juin 2018 à Tours (France).

L’objectif est de rassembler la communauté de scientifiques s’intéressant à l’endocrinologie et aux comportements des arthropodes, de sorte à stimuler les discussions sur les différents sujets clés dans ce domaine. Les points abordés iront des challenges technologiques liés à la quantification de l’hormone juvénile et des ecdystéroïdes chez des organismes de (parfois très !) petite taille aux nouvelles questions fondamentales et appliquées que nous devons maintenant aborder sur le rôle des hormones dans la médiation des comportements des arthropodes. Ces échanges nous permettront d’identifier de possibles évolutions convergentes au niveau des fonctions des hormones entre arthropodes et vertébrés.

Pour plus d’information, n’hésitez pas à consulter le site sur lequel les informations seront ajoutées au fur et à mesure : https://hba2018.sciencesconf.org/

ou en nous contactant par email : hba2018@sciencesconf.org

En espérant vous voir en juin à Tours !

Marlène Goubault (Université F Rabelais de Tours, France)

Ryan L Earley (University of Alabama, USA)

Matthieu Keller (INRA Nouzilly, France)

Charlotte Lécureuil (Université F Rabelais de Tours, France)

Nathalie Mondy (Université de Lyon 1, France)

David Siaussat (Université Pierre et Marie Curie – Paris 6, France)

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It’s time to register and submit your abstract: deadline 31st of March 2018!! https://hba2018.sciencesconf.org/

 

The workshop « Hormones and Behaviors in Arthropods » will be held in Tours (France) on the 5th and 6th of June 2018.

The aim is to bring together researchers interested in endocrinology and behavioral ecology of arthropods, to stimulate discussions on various hot topics in these areas. Discussions will go from the technical challenges related to the quantification of both Juvenile Hormone and ecdysteroids in (sometimes) tiny animals, to new fundamental questions that we should now addressed on the role of hormones in the mediation of behaviors in arthropods. This collaborative endeavor will further allow the identification of possible evolutionary convergence of the hormone functions in different animal taxa (incl. vertebrates).

For more information, do not hesitate to visit the workshop’s website, on which new information will be added regularly: https://hba2018.sciencesconf.org/

Or by contacting us at: <span « text-decoration: none; »>hba2018@sciencesconf.org

Hope to see you in June in Tours!

Marlène Goubault (Université F Rabelais de Tours, France)

Ryan L Earley (University of Alabama, USA)

Matthieu Keller (INRA Nouzilly, France)

Charlotte Lécureuil (Université F Rabelais de Tours, France)

Nathalie Mondy (Université de Lyon 1, France)

David Siaussat (Université Pierre et Marie Curie – Paris 6, France)

EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF ENTOMOLOGY: ABSTRACT AND REGISTRATION DEADLINES SOON.

Early discount registration and abstract submission for the XI European Congress of Entomology will close on 28 February 2018.

The congress will have a session specifically dedicated to social insects named « SOCIAL INSECTS AND APIDOLOGY », which will have three themes:
Social immunity – Keynote: Line Vej Ugelvig
Bees: management, ecosystem services, and products: Keynote: Christina M. Grozinger
Symbiosis in social insects – behavioural and ecological interactions: Keynote: Heike Feldhaar

Other sessions are also likely to be of interest to social insect biologists.

For more details, and to register and submit an abstract, see the congress web site:
http://www.ece2018.com

Workshop « Hormones et Comportements chez les Arthropodes »

A vos agendas !
Les 5 et 6 juin 2018 se tiendra à Tours (France) le Workshop « Hormones et Comportements chez les Arthropodes ».
L’objectif est de rassembler la communauté de scientifiques s’intéressant à l’endocrinologie et aux comportements des arthropodes, de sorte à stimuler les discussions sur les différents sujets clés dans ce domaine. Les points abordés iront des challenges technologiques liés à la quantification de l’hormone juvénile et des ecdystéroïdes chez des organismes de (parfois très !) petite taille aux nouvelles questions fondamentales et appliquées que nous devons maintenant aborder sur le rôle des hormones dans la médiation des comportements des arthropodes. Ces échanges nous permettront d’identifier de possibles évolutions convergentes au niveau des fonctions des hormones entre arthropodes et vertébrés.
Pour plus d’information, n’hésitez pas à consulter le site sur lequel les informations seront ajoutées au fur et à mesure : https://hba2018.sciencesconf.org/
ou en nous contactant par email : hba2018@sciencesconf.org
Merci de diffuser l’information.
En espérant vous voir en juin à Tours !
Marlène Goubault (Université F Rabelais de Tours, France)
Ryan L Earley (University of Alabama, USA)
Matthieu Keller (INRA Nouzilly, France)
Charlotte Lécureuil (Université F Rabelais de Tours, France)
Nathalie Mondy (Université de Lyon 1, France)
David Siaussat (Université Pierre et Marie Curie – Paris 6, France)————————————————————————————————-
Save the dates!

The workshop « Hormones and Behaviors in Arthropods » will be held in Tours (France) on the 5th and 6th of June 2018.
The aim is to bring together researchers interested in endocrinology and behavioral ecology of arthropods, to stimulate discussions on various hot topics in these areas. Discussions will go from the technical challenges related to the quantification of both Juvenile Hormone and ecdysteroids in (sometimes) tiny animals, to new fundamental questions that we should now addressed on the role of hormones in the mediation of behaviors in arthropods. This collaborative endeavor will further allow the identification of possible evolutionary convergence of the hormone functions in different animal taxa (incl. vertebrates).
For more information, do not hesitate to visit the workshop’s website, on which new information will be added regularly: https://hba2018.sciencesconf.org/
Or by contacting us at: hba2018@sciencesconf.org
Thanks to share the news.
Hope to see you in June in Tours!
Marlène Goubault (Université F Rabelais de Tours, France)
Ryan L Earley (University of Alabama, USA)
Matthieu Keller (INRA Nouzilly, France)
Charlotte Lécureuil (Université F Rabelais de Tours, France)
Nathalie Mondy (Université de Lyon 1, France)
David Siaussat (Université Pierre et Marie Curie – Paris 6, France)

2018 – Guaruja, Brésil – XVIII Congrès International de l’IUSSI, 5-10 août

CALL FOR SYMPOSIA IS OPEN

Dear Colleagues,
It is a pleasure to invite you to attend the XVIII IUSSI International Congress that will be held in Guarujá, Brazil, between August 5 to 10, 2018.

From June 1 till October 20, 2017, we will be receiving symposia proposals for the XVIII IUSSI International Congress
As shown in the general Program structure (see Program in Menu, http://www.iussi2018.com), we have scheduled 8 slots for symposia (7 with 2.5 hours duration each and 1 with 2 h), and for each of these slots we can have up to 5 parallel sessions.
So as to keep parallel sessions parallel, each speaker slot would be projected for 15 min (including discussion). So in case you plan to have an introductory speaker, he/she would have to be programmed for a 30 min time frame.

Proposals should be structured as follows:
– Symposium title
– Chair and co-chair names
– Chair and co-chair contact addresses and e-mails
– List of potential speakers and time proposed for each (15 or 30 min)
Please inform which speakers you have already contacted and which ones already agreed, at least tentatively
Symposia proposals must be submitted in English

In case you think that a 2.5 hour time frame is not sufficient for your symposium, please indicate this so that the symposium can have a continuation in the subsequent symposia slot (morning/afternoon in such cases). Also, please mention whether you would have slots available for non-invited abstract submissions that may fit the topic of your symposium.

Please send applications (in Word format) to our Gmail account: iussi2018@gmail.com
Use the subject heading: [IUSSI 2018 Symposium Proposal]
Deadline: Please submit proposals no later than October 20, 2017

Evaluation of symposia proposals: all proposals will be discussed between the members of the International Scientific Committee and the Local Organizing Committee for the best fit in terms of scientific and logistic structure.

For a successful and interesting 2018 congress we would especially appreciate to receive suggestions that envisage the crosstalk between different areas of research on social insects. This was the concept already proposed for the 2014 meeting and it brought us many fruitful discussions.
Suggestions made by the evaluation committees will be communicated to the proponents so that eventual adjustments can be made.

Thus, we think that by January 2018 we should have an attractive program proposal ready.


Please note the following important dates for the 18th International Congress of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects (IUSSI2018).

2 March 2018: Deadline for abstract submission(Extended from original date of 16 February).
30 March 2018: Notification of acceptance of abstracts is expected.
15 April 2018: Deadline for early-bird (discounted) registration.
22 July 2018: On-line registration closes.

For more details :
http://www.iussi2018.com


STUDENTS GRANTS TO SUPPORT ATTENDANCE AT IUSSI2018

Most regional sections of the IUSSI are or will be offering some financial assistance for students to attend IUSSI2018. Please contact your local section, as the details of the application procedure and deadlines vary.

For those who are members of the IUSSI, but do not have a local section, applications can be made to the general secretary. Please see the news section of the IUSSI international web site for details: http://www.iussi.org

Please note that the early-bird registration deadline for the congress has been set to well after the expected date on which acceptance of abstracts will be confirmed, so that students should be able to know whether they have been accepted for a talk or poster (a common requirement for the grant applications) before registering.

 

Prolongation des pré-inscription au 29ème congrès UIEIS-SF

Bonjour a toutes et tous,
La date limite de pré-inscription au 29eme congres de la section française de l’union internationale pour l’étude des insectes sociaux est prolongée de 15 jours, jusqu’au 30 mai (la pré-inscription se fait sur le site https://sites.google.com/site/iussisf2017/). Les dates limites pour l’inscription (5 juin) et pour le paiement et la soumission des résumés (30 juin) restent inchangées.

Pour rappel, le congres se tiendra a Paris du 23 au 25 aout 2017, dans l’amphithéâtre de la Grande Galerie de l’Évolution du Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle. Il y aura 3 conférences plénieres par Yannick Wurm (Queen Mary University, Londres), Doyle McKey (Centre d’Écologie Fonctionnelle et Évolutive, Montpellier) et Romain Libbrecht (Université de Mainz, Allemagne, lauréat du prix jeune chercheur).

Cordialement,
Le comité d’organisation

Rappel date limite préinscription du 29ème congres UIEIS-SF

Bonjour a toutes et tous,

Nous vous rappelons que la date limite pour les pré-inscriptions au 29eme congres UIEIS-SF approche ! C’est le 15 mai soit dans 13 jours…

Pour rappel dates limites sont :

– pré-inscriptions : 15 mai

– inscription ET le paiement : 5 juin

– soumission des résumés : 30 juin

Les inscriptions sont ouvertes a https://sites.google.com/site/iussisf2017/. Le congres se tiendra a Paris du 23 au 25 aout 2017, dans l’amphithéâtre de la Grande Galerie de l’Évolution du Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle. Il y aura 3 conférences plénieres par Yannick Wurm (Queen Mary University, Londres), Doyle McKey (Centre d’Écologie Fonctionnelle et Évolutive, Montpellier) et le lauréat du prix jeune chercheur.

Cordialement, Le comité d’organisation

29eme congres de l’UIEIS-SF – Inscriptions

Bonjour à toutes et à tous,

Les inscriptions pour le 29eme congrès de l’UIEIS-SF sont ouvertes à https://sites.google.com/site/iussisf2017/. Le congrès se tiendra à Paris du 23 au 25 aout 2017, dans l’amphithéâtre de la Grande Galerie de l’Évolution du Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle.

 

Voici quelques précisions sur les dates limites:

– date limite pour les pré-inscriptions : 15 mai

– date limite pour l’inscription ET le paiement : 5 juin

– date limite pour la soumission des résumés : 30 juin

 

Il y aura 3 conférences plénières par :

  • Yannick Wurm (Queen Mary University, Londres),
  • Doyle McKey (Centre d’Écologie Fonctionnelle et Évolutive, Montpellier)
  • et le lauréat du prix jeune chercheur.

Cordialement,

Le comité d’organisation