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ROBERT BARCLAY – University of Calgary | Behavioral and physiological ecology of mammals and birds


JESSE BARBER – Boise State University | Bioacoustics, behavior, evolution, and conservation


MARK BRIGHAM – University of Regina | Roosting and feeding ecology

GERRY CARTER – University of Constance | Cooperation in vampire bats

AARON CORCORAN – Wake Forest University | Bioacoustics and jamming

DINA DECHMANN – Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior | Ephemeral Resource Adaptations

ANNETTE DENZINGEREberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen | Bioacoustics and echolocation

COEN ELEMANS – University of Southern Denmark | Sound communication and production

PAUL FAURE – McMaster University | Neural basis of acoustically-evoked behaviour and animal bioacoustics


BROCK FENTON – Western University | Echolocation, communication, and social organization

UWE FIRZLAFF – Technical University Munich | In-vivo physiology

HOLGER GOERLITZ – Max Planck Institute for Ornithology | Acoustic and functional ecology


ERIN GILLAM – North Dakota State University | Echolocation, social structure, and ecology


HANNAH TER HOFSTEDE – Dartmouth College | Sensory ecology


MARC HOLDERIED – University of Bristol | Ecology and behaviour

LASSE JAKOBSEN – University of Southern Denmark | Echolocation and adaptive behaviour


GARETH JONES – University of Bristol | Biosonar

GERALD KERTH – Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität Greifswald | Applied Zoology and Nature Conservation

MIRJAM KNÖRNSCHILD Freie Universität Berlin | Vocal communication and evolution

MANFRED KOESSL Goethe Universität Frankfurt a. Main | Mechanosensory systems and neural processing

JINHONG LUO – Northeast Normal University China | Neurobiology of Acoustic Communication

PETER TEGLBERG MADSEN – University of Aarhus Denmark | Sensory physiology of biosonar


FRIEDER MAYER Naturkundemuseum Berlin | Functional genomics and speciation


CYNTHIA MOSS – University of Maryland | Auditory Neuroethology

TEAGUE O'MARA – Southeastern Louisiana University | Integrative Movement

RACHEL PAGE – Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute | Sensory and cognitive ecology

JOHN RATCLIFFE – University of Toronto Missisauga | Cognitive Ecology of foraging and defence


DAN RISKIN – University of Toronto Mississauga | Bat biomechanics  and science journalism

STEPHEN ROSSITER – Queen Mary University of London | Individual and population genetic structure


SHARLENE SANTANA – University of Washington | Ecomorphology and evolution

SABINE SCHMIDT – Stiftung Tierärztliche Hochschule Hannover | Sensory ecology and psychoacoustics

MICHAEL SMOTHERMAN – Texas A&M University | Communication and biosonar

SHARON SWARTZ – Brown University | Aeromechanics and evolutionary morphology

EMMA TEELING – University College Dublin | Comparative genomics and evolution

MARCO TSCHAPKA – Universität Ulm | Community and pollination ecology

NACHUM ULANOVSKY - Weizmann Institute of Science Rehovot | Neural basis of navigation

SONJA VERNES – Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics Nijmegen | Neurogenetics of vocal communication


CHRISTIAN VOIGT – Freie Universität Berlin | Ecology, physiology, and evolution

LUTZ WIEGREBE - Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München | Echolocation, neuroethology, psychophysics

YORK WINTER – Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin | Cognitive Neurobiology

MICHAEL YARTSEV – University of California Berkeley | Spatial behaviour and acoustic communication


YOSSI YOVEL – Tel Aviv University | Neuroecology

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