Australian Museum, Sydney 19-23 July 2015
Call for Symposia – Due 14 March 2015
Abstract Submission is Open Now
We are very pleased to invite Abstracts and Symposium Proposals for the forthcoming Mid-Year Meeting of The Crustacean Society (TCS), jointly hosted by the International Association of Astacology (IAA). We welcome presentations from all fields of crustacean research worldwide and invite themed sessions and symposia.
Please submit your Symposia on the Symposium Proposal form by 14th March 2015.
Abstracts are to be according to the format outlined Abstracts page of the conference web site, using the Abstract Template. You are invited to submit abstracts on any aspect of crustacean research. Abstracts close on 27th March and you will be notified of the acceptance on 12 April 2015.
The Australian Museum, established in 1827, is the oldest museum in the country, with a long history of crustacean research and the most extensive crustacean collection in the Southern Hemisphere. The Museum is centrally located in the heart of Sydney City and is close to famous landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Art Gallery of New South Wales and of course the scenic harbour and foreshore hosting numerous tourist attractions, fine dining and recreational activities.
We look forward to seeing you in Sydney!
Shane Ahyong Conference Convenor President, TCS
Tadashi Kawai Secretary, IAA
On behalf of the Conference Organising Committee