Experience the Annual Meeting
Join thousands of insect science professionals in person as they meet, share ideas and advance scientific and technical knowledge. Forge new friendships and create lasting memories with fellow entomologists who share your passion for insects and their vital role in our ecosystem. Grow together as a community and leave with renewed energy, new ideas, and new connections. Explore the latest research in our poster hall and attend abstract presentations across all disciplines of insect science.
Program, Section, and Member Symposia, Organized Meetings, and Workshops.
EMPOWERING TOMORROW WITH INSECT SCIENCE
The theme for Entomology 2024 is Empowering Tomorrow with Insect Science. We especially encourage submissions formats that feature innovative dialogue and approaches that include topics which focus on challenges to the future of entomology and opportunities to meet those challenges with new ideas, techniques, technologies, and collaborations with scientists both within entomology and outside of entomology.
ESA’S 2024 Annual Meeting heads to Phoenix, AZ, known for its natural wonders like the Sonoran Desert and Camelback Mountain. Phoenix’s walkable downtown area is just steps away from the Phoenix convention center. The city’s vibrant, diverse landscape is perfect for fostering scientific and professional growth and connection.
A HUGE AND AMAZING EXPERIENCE
"It was my first time coming with one of my undergraduate mentees and this was a huge and amazing experience for them, as it gave them the chance to be exposed to the multiple subdisciplines of entomology, something that is not available at our home institution." - Entomology 2023 Attendee
Exhibit at the Annual Meeting
Broaden exposure, engage with key decision-makers, and showcase your products and services to a global audience.
CUTTING-EDGE SCIENCE. NETWORKING. COMMUNITY.
Last year's Annual Meeting received overwhelmingly positive feedback, with over 85% of survey participants expressing their satisfaction. Don't miss the experience of Entomology 2024.