The 67th Annual Meeting of the Palaeontological Association will be held at the University of Cambridge, one of the oldest universities in the world. The organizing committee is chaired by Dr Alex Liu, with assistance from other members of the University of Cambridge Departments of Earth Sciences, Zoology, and Archaeology; the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences; the Zoology Museum; the British Antarctic Survey; and CASP. The e-mail address for all matters relating to the meeting is email@example.com.
Outline conference programme
The 67th Annual Meeting will be held from 11th to 15th September 2023. Scientific sessions will take place in the West Road Concert Hall and the adjacent Faculty of Law lecture theatres. The meeting will begin with an Early Career Researcher event on the afternoon of Monday 11th September. Workshops and museum collection visits, allowing delegates to view fossil material housed at the partner institutions listed above, will be available on the morning of Tuesday 12th September, while the symposium topic that afternoon will be “Ecosystem Engineering through Deep Time”*. An icebreaker reception will be held in the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences on Tuesday 12th September. The Annual Address on Wednesday 13th September will be followed by the Annual Dinner, which will be held in the beautiful setting of Girton College, the U.K.’s oldest residential institution to offer higher education to women. A post-conference field trip on Friday 15th September will visit the Pliocene Red Crag and Eocene London Clay of Bawdsey in Suffolk. We look forward to providing more information in future announcements.
We will be inviting abstract submissions for oral and poster presentations. Registration, booking and abstract submission will commence in April 2023. Abstract submission will close on Friday 9th June 2023, and abstracts submitted after the closing date will not be considered. Registration after that date will incur an additional administration charge, with the final deadline for registration in late August. We will circulate information to members as more details are known via e-mail, in the newsletter, and via the association website.
*Please make note of the new Symposium format, and opportunities to contribute.