The XXXIII Congress of the Willi Hennig Society
Tra il 6 e 10 luglio 2014 si svolgerà presso il MUSE il XXXIII Congresso annuale della Willi Hennig Society. Attraverso un evento pubblico rivolto agli insegnati, agli appassionati e alla cittadinanza tutta, il MUSE offrirà un’occasione unica per accostarsi ai temi del congresso, a partire dalla svolta epocale che l’entomologo tedesco Willi Hennig (1913-1976) impresse alla sistematica biologica.
The XXXIII Congress of
the Willi Hennig Society
Trento, Italy, from the 6th to the 10th of July 2014
The Willi Hennig Society
For the first time in its history the WHS organizes its annual congress in Italy. MUSE and the city of Trento are proud to host this important international event.
The program will be developed through a series of sessions and symposia during which various issues related to phylogenetic analysis will be addressed: from systematics to biogeograp
The congress will also give particular emphasis to the key topics of research in this field in Italy.
Participants will have the possibility to visit the exhibition halls of the new museum at any time during the congress. Visits or research in the museum’s collections will be possible following appointment (firstname.lastname@example.org).
All scientific sessions will be held in the conference hall G. Canestrini of MUSE in Trento, NE Italy, Corso del Lavoro e
The registration desk will open in the evening of July 6th, when congress participants will be invited to a welcome party. The last session will be held on the .
The meeting will be structured in
three contributed sessions
Symposium 1. Time: Fossils and Phylogenetic Reconstruction
Space: From Phylogeography to
Symposium 3. Clades: Zooming on Selected Branches of the Tree of Life
three Workshops/thematic symposia:
Workshop 1. Heterochrony and phylogenetics
Organized by: Ronald Jenner and Alessandro Minelli
Speakers: J. Wiens, R. Jenner, C. Mitgutsch, D. Fontaneto, A. Minelli
Workshop 2. Phylogenetic reconstruction and patterns of genetic diversity in Amphibians and Reptiles
Organized by: Mark Wilkinson and Michele Menegon
Speakers: S. Ursenbacher, C. Liedtke, A. Bellati, M. Wilkinson, M. Menegon
Workshop 3. Clocks & Rocks: testing paleontological hypotheses in the genomic era
Organized by: Davide Pisani and Omar Rota-Stabelli
Speakers: J. Vinther, N. Longrich, D. Pisani, O. Rota-Stabelli
Abstract submission EXTENDED
Confirmation of abstract
Early registration fee’s
Please note that we will not be able to accept contributed presentations nor posters after the EXTENDED deadline of 16
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