The International Society for Ecological Modelling Global Conference 2022: Ecological Models for Tomorrow’s Solutions

The International Society for Ecological Modelling Global Conference 2022: Ecological Models for Tomorrow’s Solutions

3-7 May 2022 | University of Toronto, Scarborough, Canada

The International Society for Ecological Modelling Global Conference 2022 (ISEM 2022), under the theme ‘Ecological Models for Tomorrow’s Solutions’, will bring together scientists from all professions and applications that deal with the use of ecological models and systems ecology.

Toronto shall be the inspiring space for the Ecological Modelling community to meet, discuss and share ideas. In this conference, ecological modellers will join in their ongoing effort in advancing the concepts and methods of ecological modelling to develop ecological theory in a wide range of topics and modelling approaches.

 Conference deadlines

Symposium submission deadline – 17 September 2021

Abstract submission deadline – 12 November 2021

Early registration deadline – 24 January 2022

Author registration deadline – 24 January 2022

Montreal Eco-Evo Symposium

Dear all,

We are happy to announce the upcoming Montreal Eco-Evo Symposium, 2019, on Dec 2nd. The formula is the same as last year’s edition where PIs and students are encouraged to present their research project or topic.

The symposium will take place all day in the Thomson House, with lunch, coffee breaks, and drinks/nachos afterward.

Registration for presentation is now opened! See guidelines in the attached file. You have until Nov 1st to register and we will get back to you soon after for confirmation.

Visit our webpage for further details at


MEES 2019

Organizer Committee

23rd Evolutionary Biology Meeting, Marseilles, France

Dates: 24-27 September 2019

Location: CANOPE – Centre Régional de Documentation Pédagogique (CRDP)31, Boulevard d’Athenes 13001, Marseille, FRANCE


*   Evolutionary biology concepts / mathematical modeling;

*   Biodiversity and Systematics;

*   Comparative genomics and post-genomics (at all taxonomic levels);

*   Functional phylogeny;

*   Environment and biological evolution;

*   Origin of life and exobiology;

*   Non-adaptive versus adaptive evolution;

*   The “minor” phyla: their usefulness in evolutionary biology knowledge;

*   Convergent evolution

*   Evolution of complex traits (Evo-Devo)

*   Education

Registration (February – June 2019)
Academics and others…..430 Euros
Students………………….330 Euros

Late Registration (July – September 2019)
Academics and others…..530 Euros
Students………………….430 Euros

Registration fees include coffee breaks, lunches (24th-27th September), 24th and 26th dinners, 25th cocktail and social events during the week-end. Please see Social Events for more information about the week-end.

For more information, contact Don Stewart (, Marie-Helene Rome ( or visit the conference website at


Wildlife 70: a symposium on long-term research

Dates: 1-4 May 2017

Location: Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario

Theme: The symposium will focus on  long-term research, and its importance in understanding ecology, evolution, and conservation. Keynote speakers will include Dr. Charles Krebs and Dr. Marco-Festa-Bianchet.

Important dates: Registration and abstract submission will open on 1 December 2016.

For more information: Please visit the conference web page at