I am pleased to announce the 7th Symposium of the EURopean Association of ACarologists
to take place at the
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences
Peter Jordan Straße 82, 1190 Vienna, Austria (http://www.boku.ac.at)
from July 9 to 13, 2012.
Vienna, the vibrant capital of Austria, is situated on the banks of the Danube in the east of Austria, and inhabited by ~2.000.000 people. Vienna is one of the most livable larger cities in the world due to first class cultural, natural and leisure attractions in the city and its closer surroundings, and has excellent tourist and convention infrastructures. Visiting Vienna is a treat throughout the year.
The general theme of the symposium is
ACARI IN A CHANGING WORLD
The symposium is open to every scientific aspect of mites and ticks. Preset session topics, each for both mites and ticks, are
- Behavioral Ecology and Life History
- Biodiversity, Conservation and Biogeography
- Biological Control
- Chemical Control and Resistance
- Chemical Ecology
- Evolutionary Biology and Phylogeny
- Genetics and Molecular Biology
- Population and Community Ecology
- Medical and Veterinary Acarology
- Morphology, Histology and Anatomy
- Systematics and Taxonomy (classic and molecular)
In addition to the preset session topics we offer the possibility to submit and organize sub-symposia on more specific topics than the preset session topics. The relevant call can be found at http://euraac.boku.ac.at/SympVienna/subsymp.php.
If you have any questions related to the symposium please contact the local organizing committee at email@example.com.
Looking forward to welcoming you in Vienna in 2012
EURAAC President (http://euraac.boku.ac.at)
Vienna, March 30, 2011