Tuesday, May 4, 2010
7th European Ostracodologists’ Meeting
7th European Ostracodologists’ Meeting!
EOM has been taken place for the first time at Frankfurt/Main in 1989. Now, it has become a very important and traditional convention in this field of science. Although it is called a “European Meeting”, usually people from all over the world join this conference and are highly welcomed.
EOM 7 is open for any contribution dealing with ostracods. Deep time or Recent ostracods, freshwater or marine mussel shrimps, pure taxonomy, (palaeo-)environmental, (palaeo-)biogeographical or biostratigraphical studies, genetical and morphometrical analyses or even new methodical approaches are greatly appreciated.
EOM 7 takes place in Graz, located in south-eastern Austria. Parts of this medieval city are not only a UNESCO World Heritage, but Graz is also well known as a city of universities (founded in 1585), famous museums (Joanneum, founded 1811) and modern arts (cultural capital of Europe in 2003). All together: a stimulating place for our – hopefully – successful meeting! If you are interested, please see the following fact sheets.
Date and location
25. – 28. July, 2011
Karl-Franzens-University of Graz, Heinrichstrasse 26, A-8010 Graz
● Now: Invitation
● 1. December, 2010 2nd circular: further informations, possibility for registration
● 30. April, 2011 Deadline for abstract submission and payment of the reduced fee● 15. June, 2011 3rd circular (send to participants only; final programme, last information)
● 24. July, 2011 Arrival, possibility for registration
● 25. – 28. July, 2011 Programme of EOM 7
● 29. July, 2011 Departure
The reduced conference fee is 165,- Euro (paid until 30.4.2011!). The fee for later payment is 200,- Euro. Detailed information for payment follows in the 2nd circular or on request.
The inscription fee includes:
– coffee breaks
– three evening events
– one field trip (incl. bus transfer)
– conference utilities
– publication of the abstract volume
All contributions to EOM 7 are published in the “Joannea Geologie und Paläontologie”, which is a peer reviewed, open access journal of the Universalmuseum Joanneum. Abstracts must be processed according the “instructions to authors” and must be submitted until 30. April, 2011. Abstracts are treated like “short communications” and should not exceed 5 pages in length (including figures, font: times new roman 12 pt.). Colour figures are free of charge.
Talks – Posters
The conference language is English. Speaker’s time is 15 min (regular talks) respectively 30 min for key lectures (incl. discussion).
Posters must be prepared in upright A0 format (height 1189 mm, width 841 mm).
Martin Gross, email@example.com
Universalmuseum Joanneum, Geology & Palaeontology, Weinzöttlstrasse 16, A-8045 Graz
Martin Gross (UM Joanneum)
Frank Gitter (UM Joanneum)
Marco Caporaletti (Univ. Graz)
Werner E. Piller (Univ. Graz)
Ingomar Fritz (UM Joanneum)
Ian Boomer (Univ. Birmingham)
Sylvie Crasquin-Soleau (Univ. Paris)
Dan L. Danielopol (c/o Austrian Acad. Sci.)
Peter Frenzel (Univ. Jena)
Elsa Gliozzi (Univ. Roma)
Alan R. Lord (Forsch.-Inst. Senckenberg)
Koen Martens (Royal Belgian Inst. Nat. Sci.)
Renate Matzke-Karasz (Univ. Munich)
Accommodation and transport
Please contact the homepage of the city of Graz.