Planera in och registrera dig för den stora europeiska systematikkonferensen i Göteborg 15-18 augusti 2017!
The third meeting of BioSyst.EU will be organised by the Swedish Systematics Association in corporation with the University of Gothenburg and will be held August 15–18, 2017 at the Wallenberg Conference Centre, Gothenburg, Sweden. The meeting will feature invited thematic symposia as well as open sessions on systematic and evolutionary biology.
More information on the meeting, and registration forms, are available at www.conferencemanager.se/BiosystEU2017.
BioSyst.EU represents European scientists dealing with topics of systematic biology. It considers itself as a collaborative counterpart to the Consortium of European Taxonomic Facilities (CETAF) where European Natural History Institutions have joined, whereas in BioSyst.EU individual scientists are to be represented via their national or regional societies. Svenska Systematikföreningen is a member of BioSyst.EU.
Systematikdagarna avhålles 21-22 November, inget annat.
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Uppsalas två universitet välkomnar alla till Systematikdagarna 2016, ett forum för vetenskapligt utbyte, spjutspetsforskning och överraskningar för alla intresserade av biologisk systematik. De kommer att gå av stapeln 21-22 november på evolutionsbiologiskt centrum. Vi utlovar många intressanta föredrag, workshops och postrar.
Priset blir som vanligt lågt, men det kompenseras av god mat och trevligt umgänge. Se till att redan nu anteckna dessa datum i din kalender.
Formell anmälning från augusti via web-formulär.
Är du intresserad av att bidraga med föredrag eller fråga om något, hör gärna av dig redan nu till följande adress:
Under Systematikdagarna avhålls också Svenska Systematikföreningens årsmöte.
You are most welcome to Systematikdagarna 2016, the annual gathering for everyone with an interest in biological systematics, this year hosted by the Uppsala universities November 21-22. Please make sure to note these days in your calender.
Formal registration from August, via SSF webpage [you will be notified].
The price will be very low. Talks, workshops, poster session, good food and merriments are on the agenda.
If you like to contribute, e.g. with a talk, please tell us. You reach us at
ForBio is organising its annual meeting in Trondheim and registration is now open. ForBio annual meetings aim to gather scientists and students working on or interested in biosystematics in order discuss about current projects and results, share experience on methods and strengthen networking within the scientific community. This year, the meeting will be held in Trondheim, Norway, from Monday April 25th to Wednesday 27th. Registration deadline March 1st.
Keynote speakers will be invited to this meeting and will give valuable talks on the state of the art within the field of taxonomy and systematics, with the objective to inspire members on how cutting edge methods can innovate our field. We encourage attendees to use this meeting as an opportunity to present and discuss their own research as it provides a platform for exchange and dialogue about biosystematics.
There is no registration fee and you are all welcome to participate. ForBio members (PhD students and Postdocs) presenting their research (oral or poster) will have free travel and shared accommodation booked through ForBio.
For more information and registration please visit the website:
Registration for Systematikdagarna 2015 (23-24 November in Lund) is still open. Early-bird fee and oral presentation submission deadline is 30 October. After that date, the conference fee increases with 200 SEK and you will only be able to submit poster presentations. Absolute registration deadline is 15 November.
The registration form has recently been modified, and you can now register for Systematikdagarna without first having to create a user account on systematikforeningen.se.
More information and link to registration form: https://systematikforeningen.se/verksamhet/systematikdagarna/systematikdagarna-2015/
REMINDER TO REGISTER:
Systematics and Biodiversity Research in the Era of Genomics
Dr. Kirsti Strøm Bull, of The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters: Welcome
Dr. Per Sundberg, Chief Editor The Zoologica Scripta: Zoologica Scripta: past, present, and the future
Dr. Casey Dunn, Brown University, USA: New tools provide new perspectives on animal evolution
Dr. Gonzalo Giribet, Harvard University, USA: Genomics and the animal tree of life
Dr. Thomas Gilbert, The University of Copenhagen, Denmark: Phylo-, Populo-, Meta- and Palaeo-: The Expanding Possibilities of Genomics
Dr. Barbara Gravendeel, Naturalis Biodiversity Centre, The Netherlands: Added Value of NGS Based Metabarcoding for Evolutionary Studies
Dr. Alexander Suh, Uppsala University, Sweden: Mobile Genetic Elements and the Complexity of Super-rapid Speciation in Birds
Dr. Scott Edwards, Harvard University, USA: Unifying Genome History and Function in Avian Phylogenetics
Dr. Matthew Webster, Uppsala University, Sweden: The evolutionary history of the honeybee revealed by genomics
Dr. Mark Blaxter, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom: The Evolution of Parasitism in Phylum Nematoda: Genomes Reveal Patterns
Draft programme for Systematikdagarna 23-24 November in Lund is now published at https://systematikforeningen.se/verksamhet/systematikdagarna/systematikdagarna-2015/. Registration is also open. Welcome!
For those who want to register to Systematikdagarna and already have an account on systematikforeningen.se: please log in before starting registration.
For those who do not have an account on systematikforeningen.se: you can register for Systematikdagarna without a user account. If you want to create a user account on systematikforeningen.se, you might experience some problems (unfortunately the form doesn’t tell you why your account can’t be created. Common errors include: e-mail address already associated with an account, you forgot one of the mandatory fields, password too short or you didn’t get the last question right. When you have succeeded with your account creation, instead of a “Welcome to Systematikföreningen” e-mail, you might get a “Password changed” confirmation e-mail). Sorry about that, will try to fix it.
Please report any other web site errors to webmaster—snabela—systematikforeningen.se
Registration (free) is now open for the one-day symposium “Systematics and Biodiversity Research in the Era of Genomics”
Please email Eirik Lislerud:
The Norwegian Academy of Sciences and Letters &
The Editors of the Zoologica Scripta
Systematics and Biodiversity Research in the Era of Genomics
Thursday, November 5, 2015
The Premises of the Academy, Oslo, Norway (Drammensveien 78)
9.00 Doors open
9.30 Dr. Kirsti Strøm Bull, President DNVA: Welcome
9.35 Dr. Per Sundberg, Chief Editor The Zoologica Scripta: Zoologica Scripta: past, present, and the future
9.45 Dr. Casey Dunn, Brown University, USA: Next Generation sequencing – Potential and Challenges
10.30 Dr. Gonzalo Giribet, Harvard University, USA: Genomics and the Animal Tree of Life
11.15-11.45 Coffee break
11.45 Dr. Thomas Gilbert, University of Copenhagen, Denmark: Phylo-, Populo-, Meta- and Palaeo-: The Expanding Possibilities of Genomics
12.30 Dr. Barbara Gravendeel, Naturalis Biodiversity Centre, The Netherlands: Added Value of NGS Based Metabarcoding for Evolutionary Studies
14.15 Dr. Alexander Suh, Uppsala University, Sweden: Mobile Genetic Elements and the Complexity of Super-rapid Speciation in Birds
15.00 Dr. Scott Edwards, Harvard University, USA: Unifying Genome History and Function in Avian Phylogenetics
15.45 Coffee break
16.15 Dr. Matthew Webster, Uppsala University, Sweden: The evolutionary history of the honeybee revealed by genomics
17.00 Dr. Mark Blaxter, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom : The Evolution of Parasitism in Phylum Nematoda: Genomes Reveal Patterns
Zoologica Scripta, and the Norwegian Academy of Sciences and Letters, invite you to a one-day symposium on the theme:
”Systematics and Biodiversity Research in the Era of Genomics”
In Oslo on November 5th
Casey Dunn, Brown University
Scott Edwards, Harvard University
Gonzalo Giribet, Harvard University,
Mark Blaxter, University of Edinburgh
Thomas Gilbert, University of Copenhagen
Barbara Gravendeel, Naturalis Biodiversity Center
Matthew Webster, University of Uppsala
Alexander Suh, University of Uppsala
more information to follow