Česká a Slovenská etologická společnost/spoločnosť

Czech and Slovak ethological society

Mission statement


The society provides a forum for an exchange of scientific knowledge and views to all its members from various branches of science involved in the study of behaviour. Views from different professional backgrounds can enrich our understanding. The aim of the society is to advance behavioural science in basic and applied ethology, encourage research and other contributions to knowledge relating to behaviour but also to behavioural problems in the farm, companion and free-living animals, and to promote communication of this knowledge.


Bank account for CZK: 2300962948/2010; pro EUR:
IBAN: CZ4720100000002500962950, SWIFT: FIOB CZ PP XXX

Contact e-mail: casetolspol@gmail.com


Behaviour 2013

4 - 8 August, 2013, The Sage Gateshead, NewcastleGateshead, UK
The organizing committee of Behaviour 2013 - the joint meeting of the International Ethological Conference and the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour - are pleased to invite submissions for symposia. Symposia may be in any area of ethology, however we would particularly like to encourage submissions in the following areas:

  •     Applied ethology and animal welfare
  •     Animal learning and cognition
  •     Behavioural ecology
  •     Human ethology
  •     Neuroethology
  •     Primate cognition and behaviour
  •     Robot models of animal behaviour

Added 2013-05-23

ISAE 2012 Vienna, Austria

The organising committee invites submission of abstracts for plenary talks, oral presentations or posters for the 46th Congress of the International Society for Applied Ethology with the General Theme ”Quality of Life in Designed Environments?” The congress will take place at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna, Austria, between July 31 and August 4, 2012, jointly organised by the Institute of Animal Husbandry and Animal Welfare of the Vetmeduni Vienna and the Division of Livestock Sciences of the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, BOKU, Vienna.

Added 2012-01-19

Tenure-track position for a Behavioural or Evolutionary Ecologist

The Netherlands Institute of Ecology is offering young, talented researchers, tenure-track positions. These staff members are expected to develop their own line of research within a particular field. NIOO’s career policy is characterised by flexible personnel management with a focus on the individual. Academic achievements are leading for the successful tenure-track procedure. The NIOO offers the candidate excellent research facilities and ample opportunities for professional development and supplementary training and education.

Added 2012-01-18

ECBB 2012, Essen, Germany

The VI-th European Conference on Behavioural Biology will take place in Essen, Germany, from 20 to 22 July 2012. The ECBB is the joint meeting of the European scientific associations focusing on the study of behaviour. Previous meetings were held in Muenster (2002), Groningen (2004), Belfast (2006), Dijon (2008), and Ferrara (2010). The ECBB is to date the largest meeting on behavioural biology in Europe, with more than 400 participants. The Call for Symposium proposals is open. If you are interested in organizing a symposium, please submit a descriptive title, the aims of the symposium and its relevance to behavioural biology, and a tentative list of speakers to the organizing committee (ecbb2012@uni-due.de) by 31 October 2011. Visit the ECBB 2012 web site http://www.ecbb2012.org/ for detailed information on the meeting.

Added 2011-11-25


Behavior 2011 - This will be the first-ever joint meeting of two international behavior societies: the International Ethological Conference and the Animal Behavior Society. The goal of this meeting is to foster interdisciplinary communication and collaboration among behavioral biologists working in a broad array of disciplines, from around the world.
The meeting will be held July 25-30, 2011 at Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana USA.

Added 2011-05-12

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