Symposia Accepting Submissions

Below is a list of all symposia which are accepting contributed Ten-Minute Papers and/or Posters to their session. After submissions close in mid-May, the symposium organizers will be provided with a list of all papers and/or posters which requested to be included in their session. If your submission is not selected for inclusion in the symposium, it will be placed in an appropriate Ten-Minute Paper or Poster session. You will be notified of your submission status by mid-July. 

To request inclusion in one of these symposia, please select the appropriate symposium title on page one of your Ten-Minute Paper and/or Poster submission. To begin your submission, please visit the Entomology 2017 submission website.

Symposia Accepting Ten-Minute Paper Submissions

Symposia Accepting Poster Submissions


Symposia Accepting Ten-Minute Paper (TMP) Submissions

Section Symposium: Big Data and Bugs: How Massively Collected Biodiversity Data Are Changing the Way We Do Insect Science

Section Symposium: Chemical Innovation in the Insect World: How, Why, and What Next?

Section Symposium: Climate and Forest Insect Outbreaks: Linking Climate, Tree Physiology, and Insect Demography

Section Symposium: Combining Ecology, Evolution, and Genomics to Study Complex Insect Phenotypes

Section Symposium: DoD-Funded Research to Transform Ideas into Products

Section Symposium: Early Career Researchers: Global Collaborations in the Field of Medical, Urban, & Veterinary Epidemiology

Section Symposium: Entomological Engineering: Tracking, Stimulation, and Detection of Insects

Section Symposium: Fruit Flies: From Model to Management

Section Symposium: Insecticide Science in the 21st Century: The Age of Increased Targets, Resistance, and Biorational Insecticides

Section Symposium: Interactions of Bark and Ambrosia Beetles with their Fungal Symbionts and Naive Hosts: Exploring Biological, Ecological, and Physiological Vulnerabilities

Section Symposium: It Takes Two: Co-Evolutionary Innovation in Insect-Based Mutualisms

Section Symposium: Novel DNA-Based Methods to Reveal Diets of Beneficial Insects

Section Symposium: Protecting Bee Pollinators with Comparative Toxicology and Functional Genomics

Section Symposium: Resurgence of Black Flies (Diptera: Simuliidae) in the Academic and Public Arenas

Section Symposium: Revelations from Insect Transcriptomics

Section Symposium: Ecology in the Sixth Mass Extinction: Detecting and Understanding Rare Biotic Interactions

Section Symposium: Insect Genome Data Management: Progress and Perspectives

Member Symposium: Advances in Arthropod Genomics

Member Symposium: Aquatic Entomology: Innovative Strategies in Research, Education, and Outreach

Member Symposium: Breaking Down “the Wall”: Humans As Vectors of Invasive Species, Problematic Research-to-Policy Workflow, and Outbreaks

Member Symposium: Chemical Ecology in the New Era of Technology

Member Symposium: Functional Genomics of Pest Insects Via Targeted Genome Editing

Member Symposium: Genomics of Adaptation: Linking the Next Generation of Genome-Wide Analysis to Understand and Manage Complex Traits

Member Symposium: Insect Eggs: Ecology, Morphology, and Applied Entomology

Member Symposium: Insect Microclimates in a Changing World

Member Symposium: Insect Nanocoatings: Diversity, Mechanisms, and Functions

Member Symposium: Insects: It's What's for Dinner!

Member Symposium: Phenotypic Plasticity: Cause and Consequence in Insect Sociality

Member Symposium: Pollinator Nutrition: Lessons from Bees at Individual to Landscape Levels

Member Symposium: Symposium in Honor of the Acarologist Carlos H. W. Flechtmann: Mite Odyssey

Member Symposium: Systematics and Evolution of the Tenebrionoidea (Coleoptera)

Member Symposium: The Inspiring, Exploding Skeptical Movement and its Impact on Entomology

Member Symposium: Ticks Come Full Circle: From Omics to Physiology and Pathogen Transmission Biology

Member Symposium: What's the Buzz with Industrial Hemp and Entomology?

Organized Meeting: Current Advances in Acarology

Organized Meeting: Korean Young Entomologists (KYE)

Organized Meeting: North American Dipterists Society (NADS) Meeting

Organized Meeting: Society of Overseas Nepalese Entomologists Meeting

Symposia Accepting Poster Submissions

Section Symposium: Big Data and Bugs: How Massively Collected Biodiversity Data Are Changing the Way We Do Insect Science

Section Symposium: Early Career Researchers: Global Collaborations in the Field of Medical, Urban, & Veterinary Epidemiology

Section Symposium: Fruit Flies: From Model to Management

Section Symposium: Insecticide Science in the 21st Century: The Age of Increased Targets, Resistance, and Biorational Insecticides

Section Symposium: Interactions of Bark and Ambrosia Beetles with their Fungal Symbionts and Naive Hosts: Exploring Biological, Ecological, and Physiological Vulnerabilities

Section Symposium: Protecting Bee Pollinators with Comparative Toxicology and Functional Genomics

Section Symposium: Revelations from Insect Transcriptomics

Section Symposium: Ecology in the Sixth Mass Extinction: Detecting and Understanding Rare Biotic Interactions

Member Symposium: Advances in Arthropod Genomics

Member Symposium: Aquatic Entomology: Innovative Strategies in Research, Education, and Outreach

Member Symposium: Chemical Ecology in the New Era of Technology

Member Symposium: Functional Genomics of Pest Insects Via Targeted Genome Editing

Member Symposium: Genomics of Adaptation: Linking the Next Generation of Genome-Wide Analysis to Understand and Manage Complex Traits

Member Symposium: Insect Eggs: Ecology, Morphology, and Applied Entomology

Member Symposium: Insect Nanocoatings: Diversity, Mechanisms, and Functions

Member Symposium: Pollinator Nutrition: Lessons from Bees at Individual to Landscape Levels

Member Symposium: Symposium in Honor of the Acarologist Carlos H. W. Flechtmann: Mite Odyssey

Member Symposium: Systematics and Evolution of the Tenebrionoidea (Coleoptera)

Organized Meeting: Current Advances in Acarology

Organized Meeting: Society of Overseas Nepalese Entomologists Meeting

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