Abstract submission

The conference aims to provide a forum for presenting exciting and new findings in zoological and behavioural research. One third of our parallel sessions will feature oral presentations selected from submitted abstracts based on quality and content. We particularly invite submissions to our themes of “Learning and Memory in the Animal Kingdom – from nematodes to humans”, and of Behavioural Biology. However, we welcome submissions on all aspects of zoology and behaviour. Both oral and poster presentations are welcome. The abstracts will be reviewed by the scientific committee.

Deadline abstract submission

The deadline for abstract submission for oral presentations is 15 October, 2019. Abstracts for posters can be submitted after this deadline. Note: we have place for maximum 50 poster, first come first serve.
Please give names of all authors as surnames, followed by first names and affiliations for all abstracts. All will be printed exactly as submitted. Please use the submission form beneath for sending your abstract! The title needs to be succinct. The abstract text must not exceed 400 words.
Please also indicate whether you want to be considered for poster only, oral only, or both. Abstracts will be published exactly as submitted. After submission, abstracts cannot be changed anymore. The presenting author must be registered for final scheduling and online publication of the abstract. The organizing committee has the legal right to use the submitted abstracts for conference purposes.
Decision on selection of oral presentations: 22 October, 2019

Please use the link to the Abstract submission form