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Date: November 25th-27th
The options for presenting are a live seminar, a pre-recorded seminar or a digital poster.
Phylogenetics is concerned with one of the most important problems in biology: reconstructing the evolutionary history of present-day organisms from molecular data, such as DNA, or morphological characters. Hidden from view, in phylogenetics software packages used by biologists, are algorithms implementing stochastic and combinatorial methods on binary trees, as well as more general network structures. The mathematics involved represent a unique confluence of probability theory, discrete mathematics, stochastic methods, and statistical inference, as well as algebraic methods such as group theory. There are many important theoretical and practical problems that arise, such as statistical identifiability of models, consistency and convergence of methods. These problems can only be solved using a multi-disciplinary approach. Phylomania brings together internationally recognised experts, with the aim of discussing the pressing research problems in phylogenetics.
International Congress of Zoology 2021 (In Person)
Date: November 21-26 2021
Abstract Deadline: October 8th
Zoology in the Anthropocene – a Holistic Integrated Approach to Conservation
This conference is dedicated to understanding and managing change in the Anthropocene.
Biodiversity Conservation: Bridging Science, Policy and Economics
Threats in the Anthropocene
Water: Implications of water scarcity and water pollution on human and animal life
International Wader Study Group 2020 Virtual Conference
Date: October 10th-11th
Abstract Deadline: October 3rd
We invite you to join a virtual conference on 10-11 October 2020.
Following other ornithological events, we will be using Zoom Webinar to host the meeting. Each registered delegate will receive a link to the conference on their email a few days before the event.
The conference attendance fee is €10. Any surplus made will be used to support the publishing of Wader Study.
Student Conference on Conservation Science-New York
Date: October 7th - 9th
Registration Deadline: October 6th
The Center for Biodiversity and Conservation and its partners invite students, postdocs, and early-career professionals to take part in the 11th annual Student Conference on Conservation Science – New York (SCCS-NY), which will be an entirely virtual meeting.
As a part of the only international series of conservation conferences featuring students, SCCS-NY provides opportunities for emerging scientists to professionally network, gain experience, and present and get feedback on their work. Interactions with peers as well as leaders in science, policy, and management will encourage collaborations, inspire further research, and create lasting professional connections.
Presenting a Virtual Poster Infographic or Presentation This Fall?
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