14th Conference of the European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association, Toulouse, France

This conference brings together international researchers from the fields of human behavioural ecology, evolutionary anthropology, human genetics, cultural evolution, evolutionary psychology and paleoanthropology. The event will take place in Toulouse from April, 23 – 26, 2019 at the University Toulouse 1 Capitole with an ambitious scientific program, welcoming over 220 participants and 6 international plenary speakers:

  • Etienne DANCHIN (CNRS, France)
  • Claudine JUNIEN (Faculté de Médecine Paris-Ouest, France)
  • Daniel LIEBERMAN (Harvard University,USA)
  • Richard MCELREATH (Max Planck Insti-tute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Ger-many)
  • Anne PUSEY (Duke University, USA)
  • Jean TIROLE (Toulouse School of Economics, Université Toulouse 1 Capitole, France)

A pre-workshop will take place on April 23 on “Hybridization, Evolution and Behavior” (details on this event coming soon).

Abstract submissions and registration are now open at https://ehbea2019.sciencesconf.org

14th Ecology & Behaviour meeting in Toulouse, France, 19 – 24 May 2019

The association “Rencontres Ecology & Behaviour” (AREB), founded in 2005 by a group of students, organizes each year an international conference on evolutionary biology, ecology, and animal behaviour. We planned to invite two speakers for each symposium. Fantastic researchers have already confirmed their presence:

  • Intraspecific interactions: Charlotta Kvarnemo(Gotenburg University) and Elise Huchard (ISEM, Montpellier)
  • Non-genetic heredity: Lucy Aplin (Max Planck Institute, Radolfzell) and Etienne Danchin (EDB, Toulouse)
  • Molecular Evolution: Knud Jønsson (National History Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen) and Ludovic Orlando (AMIS, Toulouse)
  • Cognition: Alice Auersperg (University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna) and Audrey Dussutour (CRCA, Toulouse)
  • Biodiversity facing global changes: Mike Bruford (Cardiff University) and Camille Parmesan (SETE, Moulis)
  • Interspecific interactions: Camille Bonneaud (University of Exeter)
  • Ecophysiology and ecotoxicology: Mathieu Giraudeau (MIVEGEC, Montpellier)

As usual, our association want to limit registration fees for all, and offer accommodation and lunch to all students exhibiting their work during the conference. // Abstract submission and registration will open in December! // Please visit the E&B 2019 conference website for updates: https://eb2019. sciencesconf.org/. // Follow Ecology & Behaviour 2019 on facebook (@EcologyBehaviour2019) and twitter (@EcoBehav2019). We look forward to seeing you in the Ville Rose!