ASAB (Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour)
Easter Conference

4. - 6. April 2018, Plymouth
University of Plymouth

Deadline for Abstract submission: 16th of February 2018
https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/whats-on/asab-easter-conference-2018



ASAB Easter Meeting 2018, 4th-6th April, University of Plymouth

 The ASAB (Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour) Easter Conference is aimed at postgraduate students and post-doctoral researchers studying animal behaviour, but is open to anyone with a keen interest in the field.

During the first day there will be postgrad workshops (including anti-CV and small grant writing), an informative talk on human-robot interactions, and a plenary talk. During the subsequent two days there will by shorter conference talks by participants, two plenaries and poster sessions. 

The confirmed plenaries are:

  • Lynne Sneddon (University of Liverpool)
  • Audrey Dussutour (Université Paul Sabatier)
  • Damien Farine (Max Planck Institute for Ornithology): awarded the “Christopher Barnard Award for Outstanding Contributions by a New Investigator” 

Abstract submission for the Plymouth Easter ASAB is open, with a deadline of the 16th of February. Registration link is also open:

https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/whats-on/asab-easter-conference-2018

For any students considering registration, please bear in mind that ASAB offers a conference attendance grant to members or those currently applying to join.

http://www.asab.org/conference-grants/

"The awards provides a contribution towards the cost of registration, accommodation, and meals, as well as the cost of travel to and from the conference."
You don't have to be applying to give a talk/poster in order to apply, but bear in mind the deadline for applications is the 1st of February.

Dr. Nikolaus von Engelhardt
Associate Professor in Animal Behaviour & Physiology
School of Biological and Marine Sciences
Room A418 Portland Square
Plymouth University
Drake Circus
Plymouth PL4 8AA
United Kingdom

Phone     +44 (0) 1752584484
email: n.vonEngelhardt@plymouth.ac.uk

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