Monday, December 7, 2009

ISH symposium at ESA

The ESA program this year doesn't have the ISH symposium listed in any obvious way, but we still have a business meeting! Here are the details:

Sunday, December 13, 2009: 1:30 PM-4:55 PM
Room 203, Second Floor (Convention Center)

  • 1:30 PM Introductory Remarks
  • 1:35 PM 0103 Tips and strategies for bulk collecting and processing. Michael W. Gates, USDA-ARS
  • 1:55 PM 0104 Modern techniques in myrmecology. Ted Schultz, Smithsonian Institution
  • 2:15 PM 0105 Managing massive multi-collaborator surveys. Michael J. Sharkey, University of Kentucky
  • 2:35 PM Break
  • 2:50 PM 0106 Implementing multi-user databases for phylogenetic analysis. John Heraty, University of California-Riverside; Jason Mottern, University of California-Riverside; Matthew J. Yoder, North Carolina State University; Roger A. Burks, University of California-Riverside
  • 3:10 PM 0107 Predicting the future of scientific imaging of Hymenoptera. Matthew Buffington, Systematic Entomology Laboratory USDA-ARS
  • 3:30 PM 0108 50 years of digging for black gold! Lubomir Masner, Agriculture Canada
  • 3:50 PM Concluding Remarks (and business meeting!)

1 comment:

  1. I thought of the name "Sting". What do you think?