Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting

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Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting

Held in February of each year

NEXT EDITION SCHEDULED FOR 13-14 FEB 2018!

Conference Centre De Werelt, Lunteren

Since 2008 the Netherlands Ecological Research Network (NERN) organises her annual conference, the Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting (NAEM) on the second Tuesday and Wednesday of February. This conference is particularly geared towards people working in the field of ecology and/or evolution. It aims to strengthen and profile Dutch ecological research in an (inter)national context to accordingly strengthen the ecological network.

The NAEM meeting is two full days, each day consisting of a plenary session, in which a Dutch/Flemish and an international world leader present their view on a specific topic in ecology or evolution, two sets of five parallel sessions (including more workshop-like sessions), and a poster session. Parallel sessions generally consists of 6 oral presentations, thus leading to a total of approximately 125 oral presentations. On average, we have about 75-100 scientific poster presentations during the meeting. On Tuesday evening, a more relaxed and thought-provoking presentation is generally scheduled. Since 2009, two prizes are annually awarded during the meeting: the NecoV Poster Prize and the NERN Best Paper Award. Since 2017, the NERN Best Paper Award is not awarded anymore. Instead, NERN now awards the three best oral presentations of the NAEM Meeting.

The NAEM meeting is organised in collaboration with the Dutch-Flemish Ecological Society (NecoV) and is financially supported by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO).

The 11th edition of the Netherlands Annual Ecology Meeting (NAEM) will be on the 13'th and 14'th of February 2018. Registration for this meeting is now open, and so is the call for proposals for parallel sessions!! Click here for more information.

Previous Netherlands Annual Ecology Meetings (NAEM)
Dates Plenary speakers # participants # posters Handout
14 & 15 February 2017 Margaret Mayfield, The University of Queensland
Hanna Kokko, University of Zürich
David Kleijn, Wageningen University & Research
Sander van Doorn, University of Groningen
333 87 Download
9 & 10 February 2016 Peter Hudson, Penn State University
Stan Harpole, Martin-Luther-Universität-Halle-Wittenberg
Irene Tieleman, University of Groningen
Martin Wassen, Utrecht University
305 73 Download
10 & 11 February 2015 Felix Hol, Delft University of Technology
Alexandre Antonelli, University of Gothenburg
Toby Kiers, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Hans ter Steege, Naturalis Biodiversity Center
366 102 Download
11 & 12 February 2014 Yngvild Vindenes, University of Oslo
Brian Silliman, Duke University
André de Roos, University of Amsterdam
Peter Herman, Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research
359 103 Download
5 & 6 February 2013 David Sims, University of Southampton
Mary Firestone, University of California, Berkeley
Johan van de Koppel, Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research
George Kowalchuk, Utrecht University
300 82 Download
7 & 8 February 2012 Andrew Hendry, McGill University
José M. Gómez, Universidad de Granada
Luc de Meester, KU Leuven
Nicole van Dam, Radboud University Nijmegen
308 63 Download
8 & 9 February 2011 Anthony Ives, University of Wisconsin
Mike Begon, University of Liverpool
Jacintha Ellers, VU Amsterdam
Hans Heesterbeek, Utrecht University
372 72 Download
9 & 10 February 2010 Jordi Bascompte, Doñana Biological Station, Spanish Council for Scientific Research (CSIC)
Sandra Diaz, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba
Marten Scheffer, Wageningen University
Hans Cornelissen, VU Amsterdam
316 62 Download
10 & 11 February 2009 Robert E. Ricklefs, University of Missouri
Christa Schleper, University of Vienna
Theunis Piersma, University of Groningen / Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research
Mike Jetten, Radboud University Nijmegen
309 54 Download
12 & 13 February 2008 Steve Hubbell, University of California, Los Angeles
Joan Ehrenfeld, Rutgers University
Jef Huisman, University of Amsterdam
Wim van der Putten, Netherlands Institute of Ecology
285 unknown Download