Digital Data 2023: Registration & Abstracts

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.

Meeting Registration

Participant CategoryRegistration Fee (USD)
In-person, non student*$100
In-person, student*$50
Virtual onlyOptional**
* In-person registration also includes virtual meeting access.
** 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.

Conference themes:

  • 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