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ATBC2024

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Registration is now open!
Field trips are now available!
Detailed meeting program will soon be announced

  • Join us in Kigali, Rwanda for a landmark meeting: ATBC is turning 60!

  • Come, honor, and celebrate how expansive and diverse the field of tropical biology has become! From ant behavior to forest carbon fluxes, to community natural resource management, and political ecology – if it’s about the tropics: bring it on!

  • Share and discover findings and lessons-learned from the collective experience of researching and conserving tropical ecosystems.

  • Come build your network of peers and mentors; or solidify long friendships while finding new and exciting future collaborations.

  • Discover Rwanda – at the heart of Africa–, and the land of a thousand hills, boasting resilient people, vibrant Kigali and captivating biodiversity.  Plan to come early or stay longer to explore what Kigali and the rest of Rwanda has to offer.

Keydates

Jan 18

Open call for Symposia, Workshops, and Short Courses

Mar 6

Close call for Symposia, Workshops, and Short Courses

Mar 11

Decision notification for proposals (Symposia, Open Sessions, Workshops, Short Courses)

Mar 3

Open call for General Abstracts (posters and oral presentations)

Apr 15

Extended deadline for abstracts submission

Apr 20

Notification to abstract submitters

May 20

Close Early Bird Registration (extended deadline); Regular Registration opens

May 30

Meeting Program announcement

July 8-14

Pre-conference events (short courses, workshops, field trips)

July 14-18

ATBC2024 Conference

July 19-24

Post-conference events (short courses, field trips)

Are you planning to attend ATBC2024? 

Let us know and receive all the news!

Dr. Binbin Li 

Duke Kunshan University, China

Dr. Göran Wallin

University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Dr. Bagele Chillisa

University of Botswana, Botswana

Ms. Coumba Dieng Sow

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Rwanda 

Dr. Tuyeni Mwampamba

The Nature Conservancy, Tanzania

Keynotes and Plenaries

Poster Sessions

Symposia and Open Sessions

Catching up and Networking

Workshops and Short Courses

Stakeholder engagement

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