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Keynotes of the Satellite Meetings 11.-12.09.2017

11.09: 1400 Neuroethology Meeting B. Fritzsch, USA Eyes, ears, noses and the lateral line system: Experimental cross-modal and uni-modal reorganizations facilitate understanding of developmental and evolutionary principles.
11.09: 1400 Neuroethology Meeting A. Straw, GER Eyes, ears, noses and the lateral line system: Experimental cross-modal and uni-modal reorganizations facilitate understanding of developmental and evolutionary principles.
12.09: 830 Neuroethology Meeting B. Fritzsch, USA Using virtual reality and genetics to quantify contributions of multiple visual pathways in fly behavior.
12.09. 1430 Neuroethology Meeting U. Homberg, GER Knowing where to go - the neural basis of sky compass orientation in insects.

Main Meeting 12.09.2017

1715 Welcome and Opening of the Meeting S. Richter, GER
1730 Welcome and Short History of Biology in Bielefeld K. Reinhold, GER
1745 Opening Lecture B. Misof, GER The evolution of insects: A phylogenomic approach.

Main Meeting 13.09.2017

900 Plenary Lecture H. Hillebrand, GER Ecological stoichiometry – a framework to understand trophic interactions and species coexistence.
1000 Plenary Lecture S. Immler, SWE The evolutionary consequences of selection at the gametic level.
1330 Plenary Lecture B. de Bivort , USA The neurobiology of individuality.
1500 Plenary Lecture J. Benda, GER Communication in the wild at the limits of sensation

Main Meeting 14.09.2017

900 Plenary Lecture H. Kokko, CH Males exist. Does it matter?
1000 Plenary Lecture A. Kepecs, USA Confidence in rats, humans and mathematics.
1900 Public Lecture J. Ruther, GER Die Chemie muss stimmen - sexuelle Kommunikation bei parasitischen Wespen.

Main Meeting 15.09.2017

900 Plenary Lecture B. Taborsky, CH Proximate and ultimate causes of developmental plasticity.
1000 Plenary Lecture S. Fritz, GER Macroevolution meets macroecology: diversity in space and time.