BES Aquatic Group 2019 Conference
Join the BES Aquatic Group for their Annual Meeting, where the programme includes an ECR workshop, great freshwater and marine talks, and time for socialising.
At this year’s Aquatic SIG Annual Meeting we have a fantastic line-up of keynote speakers with expertise across and beyond aquatic realms. World-leading aquatic ecologists will discuss their recent findings and priorities for future research which will, as always, spark interesting discussions.
- Mike McCoy, East Carolina University
- Cath Waller, University of Hull
- Andrew Beckerman, University of Sheffield
- Frank Burdon, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
- Jeremy Biggs, Freshwater Habitats Trust
- Kat Bruce, Nature Metrics
Thursday 5 September: R Workshop: Using the tidyverse for data manipulation, R markdown and reproducible code with Dr Andrew Beckerman (University of Sheffield); followed by a session on non-academic careers.
Friday 6 September: Our annual meeting with great talks, a chance to present your own research as a lightning talk, and networking opportunities.
2019 BESAG ECR’s Award Winner
Are you an outstanding ECR with no more than 5 years’ experience post-PhD, and working in a relevant area of marine and/or freshwater ecology?
If you don’t hold a permanent academic position, you can apply for our ECR award. Email Michelle Jackson (email@example.com) before 12 July 2019 with a summary CV (no more than two pages) and a cover letter stating your main achievements and what you will present (1 page max).
The winner will receive the award at the BESAG annual meeting and will be invited to present their research in a keynote talk as part of the annual meeting (expenses are covered!)
If you would like to present a 5-minute lightning talk, please send a short abstract to Michelle Jackson (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 12 July 2019. Abstracts should be a max of 200 words.
Earlybird registration closes on 31 July 2019.
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