Species Delimitation in the Age of Genomics is jointly organised by the CBA (Craig Moritz) and CSIRO (David Yeates and Leo Joseph), and is supported by CBA, CSIRO, ALA, Bioplatforms Australia and ANBG.

The program will include talks, technical presentations on current software and panel discussions by invited speakers, and contributed lightning talks and poster presentations.

Invited speakers:

  • Luciano Beheregaray (School of Biological Sciences, Flinders University)
  • Remco Bouckaert (Department of Computer Science, University of Auckland)
  • Laura Boykin (Plant Energy Biology, ARC Centre of Excellence, University of Western Australia)
  • Mark Burgman (Centre of Excellence for Biosecurity Risk Analysis, School of Botany, University of Melbourne)
  • Margaret Byrne (Science and Conservation, Department of Parks and Wildlife)
  • Bryan Carstens (Department of Evolution, Ecology, & Organismal Biology, Ohio State University)
  • Lyn Cook (School of Biological Sciences, University of Queensland)
  • Matt Fujita (Department of Biology, University of Texas at Arlington)
  • Dick Frankham (Biological Sciences, Macquarie University)
  • Gilles Guillot (Department of Informatics and Applied Mathematics, Technical University of Denmark)
  • Paschalia Kapli (Scientific Computing Group, Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies)
  • John LaSalle (Atlas of Living Australia)
  • Alexander (Sasha) Mikheyev (Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology)
  • Huw Ogilvie (Research School of Biology, Australian National University)
  • Sally Potter (Research School of Biology, Australian National University)
  • Dave Rowell (Research School of Biology, Australian National University)
  • Kevin Thiele (Western Australian Herbarium, Department of Parks and Wildlife)
  • John Wilkins (School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, University of Melbourne)
  • Ziheng Yang (Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment, 
University College London)

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