Česká a Slovenská etologická společnost/spoločnosť

ČSEtS
Czech and Slovak ethological society

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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

News:

ECBB 2022 - All of Life is Social

Registration is now open for the European Conference on Behavioural Biology, which will be held in Groningen this summer (July 20-23): https://ecbb22.wordpress.com/.

After a long period of restricted interactions, the theme of the conference is “All of Life is social!”. Come explore with us the many facets of social life, from proximate to ultimate mechanisms in a wide variety of species.

You can submit your contributions (talks and posters) to one of the parallel symposia with themes ranging from social foraging to animal welfare and from cultural evolution to epidemiology - or to one of the open symposia. For symposium information, see here.

 

Keynote speakers:

David J. Anderson (California Institute of Technology) on the neuronal circuitry of sexual and aggressive behaviour

Nicola Clayton (University of Cambridge) on comparative cognition

Audrey Dussutour (University Paul Sabatier) on behavioural plasticity in slime molds

Rose Thorogood (University of Helsinki) on social information and evolution

Peter Kappeler (University of Göttingen) on the evolution of primate social systems

Joel Levine (University of Toronto, Mississauga) on the neurogenetics of social behaviour

Franjo Weissing (University of Groningen) on theoretical models of social behaviour

 

Programme overview:

Wednesday July 20

  • Afternoon/early evening: registration, plenary talk

Thursday July 21

  • Morning: plenary and 3 parallel symposia
  • Afternoon: plenary and 3 parallel symposia

Friday July 22

  • Morning: plenary and 3 parallel symposia
  • Afternoon: plenary and 3 parallel symposia

Saturday July 23

  • Morning: plenary and 3 parallel symposia
  • Afternoon: plenary and 3 parallel symposia
  • Evening: conference dinner

 

For more information see https://ecbb22.wordpress.com/iour

Added 2022-04-10

Register for ISAE 2022

The extended deadline for abstract registration for Congress of the International Society of Applied Ethology will be on 22th March.

 

Check the conference website for more information.

Added 2022-03-16

Register for ECBB 2022

Abstract registration for European Conference on Behavioural Biology has opened and will be open till 30th April.

 

Check the conference website for more information.

Added 2022-03-12

ISAE 2022 - Animal Behaviour and Beyond

55th congress of the International Society of Applied Ethology (ISAE) is held from 4th to 8th September in Macedonia. The general theme is "Animal Behaviour and Beyond" and main topics are:

- Behaviour and welfare of indigenous breeds and in extensive production systems
- Damaging and abnormal behaviours in animals
- Human – animal interactions and welfare
- Genetics and breeding for improved animal welfare
- Precision Livestock Farming and Measuring behaviour and welfare
- Animal behaviour during on-farm and off-farm management procedures
- Positive animal welfare in the context of improved quality of life

 

For more information, visit the congress website.

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ECBB 2022 - All of Life is Social

One of the most popular conferences - European Conference on Behavioural Biology (ECBB) - takes place in July 20th-23rd 2022 in Groningen, Netherlands. This year's topic is "All of Life is Social!" and call for abstracts closes in March. Seven keynote speakers have been confirmed:

- David J. Anderson (Theme: Neuronal circuitry of sexual and aggressive behaviour)
- Nicola Clayton (Theme: Comparative cognition)
- Audrey Dussutour (Theme: Behavioural plasticity in slime molds)
- Rose Thorogood (Theme: Social information and Evolution)
- Peter Kappeler (Theme: Evolution of Primate social systems)
- Joel Levine (Theme: Neurogenetics of social Behaviour)
- Franjo Weissing (Theme: Theoretical Biology)

 

For more information, visit the conference website.

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