The 67th Annual Meeting will begin with a series of fringe events over two days. On Monday 11th September there will be an afternoon Early Career Researcher event. This is open to students, or meeting delegates within one year of obtaining their PhD/MSc. If attending this event, please indicate a total of three keywords to describe your field of research and/or research approaches in the "Specify other requirements" box below. The ECR event will include a buffet dinner in the Sedgwick Museum for attendees. The event is free to all ECRs, but we encourage a donation of £10 at registration to cover the cost of the buffet.
On the morning of Tuesday 12th September there will be workshops and laboratory tours; these are free, but will run concurrently.
As such, please select just one workshop, OR up to two museum/collections tours, below.
If you wish to attend a workshop but at time of registration no places are left, please contact the meeting organiser (Dr Alex Liu; email@example.com). If there is sufficient interest, the meeting organisers may be able to make arrangements to use a venue with larger capacity. For full details of the individual tours and workshops, please see the Annual Meeting web page ECR event, Workshops, and Tours. These events will be followed by the Symposium on Ecosystem Engineering through Deep Time in the afternoon, and then the evening icebreaker, both of which are also free.
The core scientific sessions will take place on Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th September. The Annual Dinner* will cost £70 for those delegates who would like wine, and £62 for delegates who would prefer non-alcoholic drinks. If you wish to attend the dinner, please select the option Annual Dinner 2023 - Soft drinks only, and then additionally select the option Annual Dinner 2023 - Alcohol top up if you would like wine to be included. The Annual Dinner will be held at Girton College, and will be preceded by a drinks reception in the Fellows Gardens (weather permitting).
*Any delegate booking to attend the Annual Dinner, or requesting lunch on either the 13th or 14th September, should state any dietary requirements (allergies, intolerances) in the "Specify other requirements" box below, so that these can be accommodated by our caterers. Failure to provide this information in this way may prevent the meeting organizers from accommodating your preferences during the meeting.
A one-day post-conference field-trip to the Pliocene and Eocene of Suffolk will cost £35 per person, and is subsidised by the generosity of the Palaeontographical Society, who are sponsoring the trip. These costs cover lunch, transport, field guide, and admission to Sutton Hoo archaeological site. The number of participants will be limited to 37, excluding the trip leaders.