113. DZG Tagung in Würzburg
Die für den Zeitraum vom 08.-11.09.2020 geplante Tagung wurde wegen COVID-19 verschoben. Neuer Termin ist voraussichtlich 31.08. – 03.09.2021
Die Fachgruppe Verhaltensbiologie organisiert eine virtuelle Ersatzveranstaltung am 9. und 10. September 2020
Virtual Meeting of the Animal Behaviour Section of the German Zoological Society
Since the annual meeting of the German Zoological Society (DZG) had to be cancelled due to the current pandemic, the Animal Behaviour Section of the DZG is hosting a virtual meeting to provide researchers with the opportunity to present their findings and network with colleagues. We specifically invite early career researchers (advanced master’s students, doctoral students and young postdocs) to present their research in a friendly atmosphere and to discuss it with peers.
The virtual meeting will take place via Zoom on September 9th and 10th from 9-12 am. On both days, the sessions will be opened with a keynote lecture which is followed by short talks on various aspects of animal behaviour.
Our keynote speakers are Prof. Dr. Meg Crofoot, Director of the MPI of Animal Behavior in Konstanz, and Dr. Cynthia Tedore, Research Associate at the Research Unit Behavioral Biology of the University of Hamburg.
Keynote on September 9th, 9 a.m., by Meg Crofoot
Keynote on September 10th, 9 a.m., by Cynthia Tedore
The diversity and detectability of avian-dispersed fruits through bird eyes
Keynote lectures will be 30 minutes plus 15 minutes discussion, short talks will be a maximum of 10 minutes plus 5 minutes discussion. We will accept 16 short talks in total. The number of non-presenting participants is not limited. There are no costs associated with this virtual meeting.
We are very much looking forward to meeting you soon!
Anja Günther, Mirjam Knörnschild and Tobias Krause
Animal Behaviour Section Speakers