Stickleback special issue is now published in EER!!!
We have received 19 abstracts for EER special issue! The special issue is to be published in summer of 2019.
We are looking forward to receiving your submission to the Stickleback Special Issue in Evolutionary Ecology Research. Manuscript submission is now open. The deadline for abstract submission was September 30 and that for the entire manuscript is October 31, 2018.
Stickleback2018 has successfully finished! I hope that all participants enjoyed the conference. We would like to thank all participants for making the conference so wonderful! Hope to see you in Iceland in 2021!!!
Stickleback 2018 booklet including Kyoto map is available from here.
About Kyoto is updated!
General tips for traveling in Japan is here!
Access to Kyoto is here!
- Plan your trip.
Abstract submission is closed.
- The deadline for abstract submission was April 30. We have received over 80 presentations!
Registration is closed.
- The deadline for registration was April 15. We have received registration of about 100 people from 19 countries!
Application for student travel award is closed.
- The deadline for abstract submission was February 28.
We’re delighted to announce that the 9th Stickleback Conference is being held in Kyoto, Japan, 3-7 July, 2018.
The International Conference on Stickleback Behavior and Evolution attracts a large international community that uses stickleback in research. The first conference was held in 1984 in Leiden, Netherlands, where Niko Tinbergen established the ethology through his work on the threespine stickleback . Recently, the conference has been held every three years and attracts more than 100 stickleback biologists who will present papers and posters on diverse aspects of stickleback biology. Research areas cover diverse disciplines, including behavior, physiology, genetics, genomics, evolution, ecology, parasitology, and more.
We are planning to have a reception party on July 3rd and a farewell dinner on July 7th. You can enjoy visiting historic areas of Kyoto during your free time! We will provide an excursion to a stickleback habitat in a small beautiful city on July 8th.
Andrew Hendry (McGill University)
Bertil Borg (Stockholm University)
David Kingsley (HHMI and Stanford University)
Dolph Schluter (University of British Columbia)
Katie Peichel (University of Bern)
Michael Bell (Stony Brook University, New York)
Natalie Steinel (University of Texas, Austin)
Ole Seehausen (Eawag and University of Bern)
Tom Reimchen (University of Victoria)
More speakers will be announced soon!!!