About

     Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Symposium Turkey is an annual meeting which started out as a project by the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Society of Turkey ("ekoevo"). Main goal is to promote research in ecology, evolutionary biology, and related interdisciplinary areas in Turkey and in the region. 

Past EEBST Symposiums

 18 - 20 July, 2018 - Dokuz Eylül University,  Izmir,  Turkey

Organised by Tülin Çetin, Tuba Bucak, Ferhat Matur, Evren Koban, Efe Sezgin, Dilek Koptekin

Abstract Book / Programme / Workshop / Poster

Keynote Speakers : Beatriz Vicoso, Robert Ptacnik, Virginie Courtier-Orgogozo

150 attendees from 55 different institutions covering 14 countries

11 -13 July, 2017 - Istanbul Technical University,  Istanbul , Turkey

Organised by H. Nüzhet Dalfes, Billur Bektaş, Bülent Arıkan, Dilşad Dağtekin, Ezgi Tok, Hazel Kavılı, Kanat Gürün, Oğuzhan Kanmaz, Tuğçe Şenel, Yetkin İpek

Abstract Book / Programme /  Poster

Keynote Speakers : Meryem Beklioğlu, Claus Wedekind, Philipp Khaitovich 

101 participants from institutions in 11 countries

31 August - 1 September, 2016 - Hacettepe University, Ankara,Turkey

Organised by Çağatay Tavşanoğlu, Utku Perktaş, Özge Erişöz Kasap, Banu Şebnem Önder, Güzin Emecen, Çağaşan Karacaoğlu, Aslı Doğru Koca, Ergi Deniz Özsoy, Barış Özüdoğru, İsmail Kudret Sağlam

Abstract Book / Programme / Workshop Poster

Keynote Speakers : Alexey Kondrashov, Anders Götherström, Matteo Fumagalli 

115 participants froinstitutions in 9  countries

6 - 7 August, 2015 - Middle East Technical University, Ankara,Turkey

Organised by Mehmet Somel, Ayşegül Birand

Abstract Book / Programme  Poster

Keynote Speakers : Resit Akcakaya, Sergey Gavrilets, Rasmus NielsenDaniel Simberloff

160 participants from institutions in 13 countries

12 - 13 July, 2014 - Boğaziçi University,  İstanbul,Turkey

Organised by Raşit Bilgin, Korhan Özkan, Ayşegül Birand, Çağatay Tavşanoğlu, Öncü Maracı, Evrim Kalkan

Abstract Book / Programme 

Keynote Speakers : Juli Pausas, Luigi Boitani, Nick BartonJennifer Leonard

99 participants from 11 countries