9th Dresden Meeting on Insect Phylogeny
September 20 - 22, 2019
9th Dresden Meeting on Insect Phylogeny
September 20 – 22, 2019
The Dresden Meetings on Insect Phylogeny are dedicated to a broad variety of topics concerning the phylogeny of insects. This includes both the interordinal and intraordinal levels, both morphological and molecular work, and both extant and fossil taxa, as well as occasional methodological contributions.
The 9th Dresden Meeting on Insect Phylogeny (2019) will not have a particular focus but will generally deal with frontline topics of phylogenetic research in insects. There will be ca. 30 talks presented by high-profile specialists, plus many poster presentations. The language of the Meeting is English.
[All speakers (not the co-authors!) of invited talks are free of charge, do not need to register, and are not concerned by the following!]
For your registration, please write an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, including your data in the following way
(in one block; the first two lines will also be used for your personal badge):
Title Surname(s) Name
Institute (short version), City (if not included in institute’s name), Country
Following your registration e-mail, you will receive a confirmation e-mail also containing the bank account data needed for money transfer.
Full fee for the meeting:
early 55,00 Euro
late 70,00 Euro
Reduced fee for the meeting (students up to PhD):
early 25,00 Euro
late 40,00 Euro
For “early”, the fee must have arrived on the bank account on July 31, 2019, latest. For “late”, the fee can either be transferred to the bank account or be paid on arrival at the meeting’s reception desk.
Please note that in addition you have to pay 10 Euro on arrival at the reception desk; this is to cover supply with beverages and snacks during breaks!
If you like to attend the social evening (on Saturday, at the same location), you will have to pay additional 10-15 Euro at the reception desk (planning still ongoing).
Submission of posters and oral presentations
If you are
– invited to give an oral presentation, or
– if you want to submit a poster or an oral presentation yourself,
please send an abstract (Microsoft Word) not longer than 400 words (including title and author lines) to the contact e-mail address of the meeting (see below). The topic of the poster or oral presentation should have a focus on the phylogeny of some taxon of Insecta. The receipt of the abstract will be confirmed by e-mail. The editor may return the abstract to you requesting revision.
Deadline for abstract submission is June 21, 2019 for oral presentations and July 31, 2019 for posters.
Submitted posters and oral presentations can only be accepted if the first author has been registered as a visitor of the “9th Dresden Meeting on Insect Phylogeny” by the deadline for submission, June 21 (oral presentations) or July 31 (posters). [Note:Speakers of invited talks are automatically registered!]
Submitted oral presentations: These are limited to 15 minutes including discussion. As the number of slots available is limited, contributions submitted as oral presentations might be redirected to the poster presentations. The author(s) will be informed about acceptance as an oral presentation by the end of June.
Posters: The maximum size for a poster is DIN A0.
Abstracts: The following pattern should be followed in all abstracts, both for posters and oral presentations:
Please head the page by “POSTER” or “ORAL PRESENTATION”
Title of poster or oral presentation
[new line] author 1 (institutional affiliation or private address)
[new line] author 2 (institutional affiliation or private address)
[new line] author n (institutional affiliation or private address)
[new line] Text, not structured by headings
[new line] References
Genus & species names should be in Italics; otherwise, please do not use any other formating (such as indentations)
If you want to include references: In the text these should be given like e.g. Muller (1930), Muller & Smith (1980), Muller et al. (2000), (Muller 1930; Smith et al. 2000); all should be listed at the end of the abstract according the format: “Smith U., Cold S., Watson R. 1988: The pretty things we found. Journal of Great News 25: 35-37.”
The abstracts will be printed in a booklet together with the programme and will be distributed to visitors at the reception of the meeting.
The venue of the meeting is the Senckenberg Natural History Collections Dresden (SNSD), located in the Dresden suburb of Klotzsche (about 8 km from center) and ca. 1 km from Dresden Airport. There is a railway shuttle (S-BAHN) from station in “Dresden-Klotzsche”.
Klaus-Dieter Klass (Museum of Zoology Dresden, Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung e.V., Germany)