iDigBio is now accepting abstracts and
participant registration for the annual
Digital Data in Biodiversity Research conference!
Official event updates are available on iDigBio’s wiki.
|Participant Category||Registration Fee (USD)|
|In-person, non student*||$100|
** Registration fees for “virtual only” participants are optional but encouraged to promote the sustainability of iDigBio’s conference activities.
Proposals & Abstracts
Deadline: Wednesday, April 26, 2023
Meeting registration is required to submit abstracts and proposals for themed sessions. Once registered, you will receive a link via email that you can use to submit abstracts for symposia, workshops, and themed discussions, as well as oral presentations and posters.
- Using digital data for conservation stewardship and management
- Facilitating ecological discovery and understanding
- The impact of digital data on systematic, phylogenetic, and genomic research
- Advances in AI and machine learning in the study of biodiversity
- Digital extended specimens as paradigms for data integration
- Implementing the use of digital data in basic biodiversity research
- Innovative imaging techniques for enhancing specimen-based discoveries
- Cultural, ethical, legal, and social issues for biodiversity data
Venue & Logistics
In-person conference activities will be held at Arizona State University’s Rob & Melani Walton Center for Planetary Health in Tempe, AZ. Refer to iDigBio’s wiki for accommodation and travel information.
This event is sponsored by:
iDigBio & University of Florida
Natural Science Collections Alliance
Arizona State University