14-16 March 2012 at CIBIO. Registrations are now open.

During 3 days, the Behavioural Ecology Advanced Course introduces the discipline and its distinctive way of thinking the natural world, and moves towards current open questions and research methods. The course is coordinated by Paulo Gama Mota (CIBIO-InBIO and University of Coimbra), and taught by CIBIO-InBIO researchers working on animal behaviour.

The course is offered to current graduate students in the MSc and Doctoral programs in Biodiversity, Genetics and Evolution (BIODIV, CIBIO-InBIO–University of Porto and University of Lisbon), as well as researchers in ecology and evolution wishing to update knowledge in the area.

Registration starts on January 1st for BIODIV graduate students, and on February 1st for other researchers/biologists. The course has a limit of 30 attendants.

 

Registration instructions and more information here.