Invitation to the 1st International BioMove Symposium
26th – 28th September 2018
Fraunhofer Conference Center
Am Mühlenberg 12, 14476 Potsdam, Germany
on behalf of the DFG Research Training Group BioMove, it is our great pleasure to invite you to the 1st BioMove Symposium on the interplay between movement and biodiversity. During four sessions we will tackle the question how individual movements shape biodiversity patterns, and vice versa.
Wed, 26th From individuality to biodiversity
Keynote talk by Dries Bonte, Ghent University
Thu, 27th Tiny organisms travel long distances
Keynote talk by Diego Fontaneto, CNR-ISE
Animal movements across scales
Keynote talk by Wayne Getz, UC Berkeley
Fri, 28th Living in a landscape mosaic
Keynote talk by Nina Farwig, Philips-University Marburg
The Symposium will be organized by the BioMove PhD students who are about to finish their projects by the end of this year and will present parts of their work.
We are looking forward to your applications for talks and posters. Online abstract submission will be open from 3rd April until 11th May. Online registration for the symposium will be open from 15th June.
Please stay tuned for updates on the scientific program and social events:
If you have any further questions, feel free to contact us: