The IUSSI International Congress
XIX IUSSI International Congress
San Diego, California, USA
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|5-10 August 2018|
XVIII IUSSI International Congress
The last international meeting of the IUSSI took place in the coastal resort of Guarujá in São Paulo State. Plenary speakers for the meeting were Benjamin Oldroyd, Elizabeth Tibbetts, Paulo Oliviera, Walter Farina, Jennifer Fewell, Toru Miura, Seirian Sumner, Theresa Wossler and Andreas Brune.
More information about the congress in general can be found at the IUSSI2018 web site: http://www.iussi2018.com
IUSSI Section Meetings
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|14 September 2018|
Workshop "Invasive Insects and Social Behavior: An Evolutionary Approach"
A one-day workshop aimed at gathering researchers from different backgrounds, in particular from evolutionary biology and social entomology, with a series of invited talks and selected flash-talks contributed by participants. The event is supported by SIBE and AISASP-IUSSI (The italian section of IUSSI), which will also hold its annual general meeting at the worksop.
For more details see the workshop flyer here.
|20 December 2018|
North-west European Section Winter Meeting 2018
Natural History Museum, London, U.K.
This year's winter meeting will be a 1-day event, hosted by Paul Eggleton. For more details see the NW European section meetings page
Other Meetings & courses of interest to social insect researchers
|14 September 2018|
Royal Entomological Society Insect Genomics Special Interest Group Meeting 2018
University of Leicester, U.K.
A one-day meeting of the Insect Genomics SIG. The Keynote talk is by Yannik Wurm, and 70% of the other talks are also about social insect genomics.
For more details see the meeting web page here.
|27-29 September 2019|
8th Central European Workshop of Myrmecology
it is our pleasure to host the 8th Central European Workshop of Myrmecology in Regensburg. Ants have played a large role in zoological research at the University of Regensburg for almost 20 years, and today the team at the chair of evolutionary biology and zoology at UR is among the largest groups devoted to the study of ants in Central Europe. We are looking forward to three days of fascinating talks and presentations about our most favorite pet animals and are quite optimistic that also the post-congress tour through the surroundings of Regensburg will meet the needs of any myrmecologist.
But when coming to Regensburg you should not forget to take the chance to enjoy the vibrancy of a city with a bi-millennial history, with the largest medieval city center north of the Alps, a picturesque urban landscape and lots of beer gardens.
You are cordially invited to experience the 8th CEWM in Regensburg and we are looking forward to meeting you and enjoying your contribution.
More information about how to register and details of the program will be added to the webpage in early 2019.
Web page: https://www.uni-regensburg.de/Fakultaeten/nat_Fak_III/Cewm2019/
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