For those of our readers who attend some of the international pest management events – here are two dates you should not miss. Early bird registrations for PestWorld 2013 close on 3 September and offers of abstracts for ICUP should be in by 10 September.
Organised by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) in the USA, PestWorld is the annual meeting place for members of the international pest management industry. If you have never been, attending at least once is certainly an interesting experience!
International delegates gain a favourable rate, and if you book before 3 September 2013 you get an even better reduced early bird rate. See registration details here.
Details of this year’s technical programme are now available and can be seen here.
|Offer a paper to ICUP 2014
Held once every three years, the International Conference on Urban Pests (ICUP) is, once again, returning to Europe and will be held on 20 – 23 July 2014 at the University of Zurich, Switzerland.
This non-profit conference is the leading international forum for sharing information and ideas on the impact, biology and control of pests in the urban environment.
Researchers interested in presenting a paper, or poster, at this leading international scientific event are requested to submit an abstract for their paper now. The official cut-off date is 10 September – although later offers may (subject to space) be accommodated.
All abstracts dealing with the conference themes listed below are welcome:
Details of the rules for submitting your abstract can be seen here. The official language of the conference is English.
Delegate registration is also now open – details here.
This will be the eighth in the series, the previous conference venues having been Cambridge, England (1993), Edinburgh, Scotland (1996) Prague, Czech Republic (1999), Charleston, USA (2002), Singapore (2005), Budapest, Hungary (2008) – click here to view a report – and Ouro Preto, Brazil (2011) – click here to view a report.
Proceedings from these events can be accessed by clicking here.