Official Web Site for Evolution 2011
Host Institution: The University of Oklahoma
June 17 - 21, 2011 ~ Norman, Oklahoma, USA
John Q. Hammons Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center
This is the premier annual international conference of evolutionary biologists on the planet.
Talks and plenary sessions present cutting-edge research on topics ranging from molecular evolution to behavioral ecology, comparative genomics to computational analysis of biological data.
With an estimated attendance of 1400 to 1500 attendees, this will be one of the largest scientific conferences ever held in the state of Oklahoma. Product and service providers will contribute to the meeting through their exhibits. Related activities will include opening and poster receptions, a picnic and a banquet.
The University of Oklahoma will be hosting "Evolution 2011," the joint annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Evolution (SSE), the Society of Systematic Biologists (SSB), and the American Society of Naturalists (ASN).
* * REGISTRATION * *
Online conference registration is
no longer available.
Please come to the conference for onsite registration starting 8:00 am Friday 17th June, and continuing through Tuesday 21st June."
Registration for the Evolution 2011 meeting will remain at the current (early-bird) rates throughout the conference. We will continue to accept talk/poster submissions until 1 June, but those that are not complete by 11:59 pm (CDT) on Thursday 5 May will not appear in the printed program. Instead, they will be placed in a "late-breaking evolution" session.
- Evolution 2011 Program - Important Information
- Evolution 2011 Program - Scientific Presentations
- Evolution 2011 - Program Changes
- Evolution 2011 - Summary of Concurrent Sessions
- Evolution 2011 Searchable Scientific Program
|Sponsoring OU units include: Office of the Vice-President for Research (VPR); Office of the Dean – College of Arts & Sciences; Department of Zoology; OU Biological Station; Oklahoma Biological Survey; Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History (SNOMNH), and The University of Oklahoma Libraries.|
We look forward to welcoming you to Evolution 2011.
See You at the University of Oklahoma!