As another reminder, full talks are only 1 of 5 kinds of contributed
content that iEvoBio will feature. The other 4 are: 1) Lightning talks
(5 mins long), 2) Challenge entries, 3) Software bazaar
demonstrations, and 4) Birds-of-a-Feather gatherings. The Call for
Challenge entries is also open (see http://ievobio.org/
challenge.html). Tentative submission deadlines are listed on the
conference website (http://ievobio.org/program.html#dates).
More details about the program and guidelines for contributing content
are available at http://ievobio.org. You can also find continuous
updates on the conference's Twitter feed at http://twitter.com/
iEvoBio, and there is an announcement-only Google group at http://groups.google.com/group/ievobio-announce
. You can use the group's RSS feed (linked from its URL), or join the
group to receive announcements by email.
iEvoBio is sponsored by the US National Evolutionary Synthesis Center
(NESCent) in partnership with the Society for the Study of Ecolution
(SSE) and the Society of Systematic Biologists (SSB). Additional
support has been provided by the Encyclopedia of Life (EOL).
The iEvoBio 2011 Organizing Committee:
Rob Guralnick (University of Colorado at Boulder) (Co-chair)
Cynthia Parr (Encyclopedia of Life) (Co-chair)
Dawn Field (UK National Environmental Research Center)
Mark Holder (University of Kansas)
Hilmar Lapp (NESCent)
Rod Page (University of Glasgow)