ICE2024-International Congress of Entomology2024(第27回国際昆虫学会議) ICE2024-International Congress of Entomology2024(第27回国際昆虫学会議)

Call for Papers


For all presenters including symposium speakers and general presentation
December 15, 2023.
December 20, 2023 (Wed)(5PM)(JST)
Abstract submission for General presenters has been closed.
Presentation schedule will be announced in April 2024.
Thank you for your submission.

This is our theme of ICE2024KYOTO, “New Discoveries through Consilience. Presenters with different backgrounds, even outside of entomology, are preferable for making new discoveries from the small, ‘Ah-Ha’ to never before dreamed of, ‘Eureka!’

Guidelines for General Presentations


●Registration is mandatory. Without the registration, you will not be able to proceed to the submission of your presentation.
Please make sure you complete the registration before submitting your presentation.

●A single person cannot be the lead author of multiple abstracts. Multiple submissions from a single account or multiple abstracts from the same lead author are not accepted.

  • The presenter should select the type of presentation either “oral” or “poster”.ICE2024 has established the Presentation Awards for Young Scientists and the Presentation Awards for Women Scientists. Please entry!
  • Time for an oral presentation is 15 minutes including discussion. Sessions will be 9:45-11:45 in morning, 13:30-15:30 in afternoon, and 16:15-18:15 in the evening. The size of poster should be A0(84.1cm x 118.9cm). Poster presentation will be from 11:45 to 13:30 of Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
  • The size of poster should be A0(84.1cm x 118.9cm). Poster presentation will be from 12:00 to 13:30 of Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
  • Each general presenter needs to complete registration. Before submitting, please read the guidelines below. Early bird registration is available for a discount.

Required information of the presenter is name, email address, affiliation, etc. Every presenter can have one presentation in ICE2024.

After your submission, Symposium Organizers may consider inviting you to their symposium depending on your request. If you are invited to a symposium, you will be informed In April 2024.

Guidelines for General Presenters

Please read the guidelines before starting submission. You cannot submit paper before registration (

General Presentations

Select a section that you want to present from the list of the Scientific Sections. If there is no suitable one in Section No.1-19, select Section No.20 which is “Others”. Input the title of presentation.
Select a symposium that you want to present from the list of the symposia in the section. If there is no suitable symposium, select “Others”. Input the title of presentation.

Title of the Paper

The title is up to 150 characters.

Abstract of the Paper

The abstract is up to 3,000 characters.

Authors (1st authors and co-authors)

Limited Number: Up to 20


Limited Number: Up to 10

Oral Presentation

Time for an oral presentation is 15 minutes including discussion.

Poster Presentation

The size of poster should be A0(84.1cm x 118.9cm). In the upper left corner of your poster, please indicate your poster number which will be determined in April.

*Some presentation types may be changed from “oral” to “poster” if the number of oral presentations exceed the upper limit of the capacity of program. If the type of your presentation is changed, you will be informed in April 2024.

After your submission, Symposium Organizers may consider inviting you to their symposium depending on your request. If you are invited to a symposium, you will be informed In April 2024.
Some general presenters may be asked to be a chairperson in the session. You will be informed in April 2024.


Please select one Scientific Section below.
1.Acarology and Arachnology

1-1. Novel technologies and seeds toward innovative mite management

Masahiro Osakabe,Shoji Sonoda

1-2. The 3rd International Workshop of IOBC-APRS-Predatory Mites. Part 2. Fundamental biological studies

Jiale Lv,Xuenong Xu,Hinomoto Norihide

1-3. The 3rd International Workshop of IOBC-APRS-Predatory Mites. Part 1. Vegetables

Xuenong Xu,Jiale Lv,Hinomoto Norihide

1-4. The 3rd International Workshop of IOBC-APRS-Predatory Mites. Part 3. Fruit orchards

Hidenari Kishimoto,Xuenong Xu,Norihide Hinomoto

2. Apiculture and Sericulture

2-1. Insect Bio Digital Transformation (Insect BioDX)

Hidemasa Bono, Keisuke Okuhara, Kakeru Yokoi

2-2. Recent Advances in Basic and Applied Studies on Wild Silkworms and Silk in the World

Jun Kobayashi,Michal Zurovec

2-3. Genomic and molecular basis of the evolution of silk production in Arthropods

Jacqueline Heckenhauer,Paul B. Frandsen

2-4. Silk production and silkworm rearing: ethics and insect welfare

Alessio Saviane,Silvia Cappellozza

2-5. Recent advances in reproductive biology of honeybees

Ken-ichi Harano,Shinya Hayashi

3. Biological Control

3-1. Classical Biological Control of Arthropod Pests: Theoretical Premise and Practical Challenges

Jian J Duan,Mark S Hoddle,Nicole F Quinn

3-2. Advances in ascoviruses: biological characteristics and potential to be biocontrol agents and expression vectors

Guo-Hua Huang,Madoka Nakai

3-3. Recent advances in biology, ecology and application of egg parasitoids

Lian-Sheng Zang,Nicolas Desneux Su Wang

3-4. Shoot the moon: genetic improvement of biological control agents

Norihide Hinomoto,Tomokazu Seko

3-5. Advances on Plant-Derived Food Sources in Biological Control

Pablo Urbaneja Bernat,Cesar Rodriguez Saona,Alejandro Tena

3-6. Indirect interactions in biological control programs.

Paul Ode,Micky Eubanks,William Snyder

3-7. Development of new technologies for biological control and IPM in greenhouses.

Junichiro Abe,Eizi Yano,Alberto Urbaneja

3-8. The viability of entomopathogenic nematodes and their symbionts-derived by-products as biological control agents

Ayako Kusakabe,Raquel Campos-Herrera

3-9. Recent advances on biological control of invasive insect pests

Lucia Zappala,Marco Valerio Rossi Stacconi,Antonio Biondi

4. Chemical Ecology

4-1. De-coding the Role of Insect Communication in IPM: Present Research and Future Directions

Justin George,Rupesh Kariyat

4-2. Multi-trophic Interactions of Scolytinae in Näive Systems: Integrating Ecological Methods for Management

Kelsey Tobin,Monique Rivera

4-3. Chemical ecology and beyond by early-career scientists

Hajime Ono,Hisashi Omura,Koji Noge

4-4. From Blum’s semiochemicals parsimony to Wilson’s consilience

Zainulabeuddin Syed,Wei Xu,Yuko Ishida

5. Conservation, Biodiversity and Biogeography

5-1. Long-term perspectives: Quaternary & Archaeological Entomology

Michael A. Monzon,Lauren M. Weidner,Philip Buckland

5-2. Grassland insects in East Asia: life history, population, phylogeography, and conservation

Atsushi Ohwaki,Naoyuki Nakahama

5-3. Unifying our view of insect biodiversity for conservation

Michael C. Orr,Alice C. Hughes,Akihiro Nakamura

5-4. Automated monitoring of insects

David Roy Toke,Hoye Eleonor Slade


Olivia Sanllorente,Diego Gil-Tapetado

5-6. The unknowns of the causes, consequences, and patterns of insect decline

Eliza Mae Grames

6. Development and Reproduction

6-1. Chromatin and its dynamics in insect development and reproduction

Subba Palli,Alexander Raikhel

6-2. New developments in entomological precision nutrition

Stuart Wigby Andrew,McCracken,Juliano Morimoto

6-3. Insect cuticles: morphogenesis and physiological functions

Shigeo Hayashi,Bernard Moussian,Toshiya Ando

6-4. Hormonal Regulation of Development

Marek Jindra,Tetsuro Shinoda

7. Ecology and Evolution

7-1. Basic and applied studies of insect movement

Mark Kenneth Asplen

7-2. Ecology, evolution and biodiversity of gall-inducing insects

Ayman Khamis Elsayed,Man-Miao Yang

7-3. Evolution of life history trade-offs in insects

Abel Bernadou Jürgen,Heinze Judith Korb

7-4. Nutritional ecology: recent advances, and future challenges

Eniko Csata,Eran Levin,Sofia Bouchebti

7-5. Stick insect biology and evolution: an emerging model system

Thies H. Büscher,Sven Bradler,Thomas R. Buckley

7-6. Evolution of termites and cockroaches (Blattodea)

Thomas bourguignon,Frederic Legendre

7-7. Climatic niche dynamics in a changing world

Olivia K. Bates,Cleo Bertelsmeier

7-8. Novel Interspecific Relationships Mediated by Trace Chemicals

Shiori Kinto

7-9. Latitudinal Trends in Insect Ecology

Robert Davis,Sille Holm

7-10. Novel approaches to harness the worlds’ natural history entomology collections

Moritz D Lürig,Niklas Wahlberg,Alexander Blanke

7-11. The many facets of inordinate fondness: new insights into phytophagous beetle radiations

Bruno A. S. de Medeiros Sangil,Kim M. Lourdes Chamorro

7-12. Biology and Evolution of Social Insect Symbionts

Taisuke Kanao,Aleš Buček

7-13. Dispersal polymorphism and polyphenism in insects: diversity in motion

Bart Pannebakker,Jun Abe

7-14. 10th International Symposium on Chrysomelidae

Caroline S. Chaboo,Yoko Matsumura,Michael Schmit

7-15. Arthropod Ecology in the Anthropocene

Evan P. Economo,Rosemary Gillespie

7-16. East-to-west differentiation among spongy moth populations and its implications for biosurveillance

Maki Inoue

7-17. Key Innovations in Insect Evolution

Sarah Kocher,Corrie Moreau

8. Genetics and Genomics

8-1. Insects genome and transcriptome data analysis

Kakeru Yokoi, Hidemasa Bono

8-2. Advancing vector borne diseases identification, incrimination and control in the genomics era.

Emma Collins,Matthew Higgins,Grayson Brown

8-3. Progress towards genome editing and gene drives in non-model organisms

Monika Gulia-Nuss,Michael Pham

8-4. Frontiers in Research on the Molecular Basis underlying the Diversity of Insect Color Patterns

Ryo Futahashi,Antonia Monteiro

8-5. The genetic resources of domesticated silkmoth and wild silkmoth in the post-genomics era

Jung LEE,Tsuguru Fujii

8-6. International sequencing initiatives: Building genomic resources and bridging research disciplines

Brad S. Coates,Fei Li

9. Immunology and Pathology

9-1. Comparative immune signaling between insects and other organisms: from recognition to effectors

Yonggyun Kim,Qisheng Song

10. Insect-Microbe Interactions

10-1. Molecular Plant-Insect-Microbe Interactions

Akiko Sugio,Daisuke Kageyama

10-2. How do insects evolve to manage symbioses with microbes?

Allison Hansen,Gordon Bennett,Minoru Moriyama

10-3. Harnessing insect vector-plant-pathogen interactions to innovate pest management

Kiran R Gadhave,Rajagopalbabu Srinivasan

10-4. Advancing experimental manipulation of insect-bacterial associations

Tomonari Nozaki,Colin Dale

10-5. Symbiotic microorganisms alter insect behavior

Yoshitomo Kikuchi,Martha Hunter

10-6. Biology of insect bacteriocytes and microbial symbionts

Shuji Shigenobu,Takema Fukatsu,Alexandra CC Wilson

10-7. Extended phenotypes emerging across insects, plants and microbes

Takuya Sato,Susumu Katsuma,Takema Fukatsu,Carolyn Elya

11. Insects as Food, Feed and Pollinators

11-1. Pollination consilience: key roles of forests for pollinator conservation in anthropogenic landscapes

Michael Ulyshen,Margaret M Mayfield

11-2. The role of pollen lipids in bee nutrition: from larvae to landscapes.

Philip C Stevenson,Sharoni Shafir,Geraldine A Wright

11-3. Harnessing Insect Pollination to Enhance Nutrition and Economic Benefits in Global South

Subramanian Sevgan,Menale Kassie

11-4. Leveraging insect physiology for mass rearing practices

Jacinta Kong,Vimbai Tarusikirwa

11-5. Sustainable biowaste recycling and animal feed production using insects.

Masami Shimoda,Chia-Ming LIU

11-6. Insects at the Helm: Driving Food Security, livelihoods, and Environmental Sustainability in Agri-Food Systems

Chrysantus Mbi Tanga

11-7. Current entomophagy: food and nutrition security, circular economy, and breeding techniques

Takeshi Suzuki,Kei Yura

11-8. Pollinators in agroecosystems – effective use and conservation-

Taro MAEDA,Masahiro Mitsuhata,Tomoyuki Yokoi

12. Alien insects

12-1. Biology, ecology, and management of invasive forest insects

Dinka Matosevic,Eckehard G. Brockerhoff

12-2. Advancing Fruit Fly Biosecurity Research: Applying New Tools in Microbial Ecology, Genomics, and Chemical Ecology

Sheina Biason,Sim Dong Ho Cha,Charles Mason

12-3. Global macroecology of insect invasions

Andrew Liebhold,Helen Nahrung

12-4. Alien Pest Invasions: Strategies for Managing New Pest Introductions Driven by Trade, Travel, and Climate Change

Yu Takeuchi,Godshen Pallipparambil

13. Medical and Veterinary Entomology

13-1. Ecology of biting flies: development of new control strategies

GERARD DUVALLET,Theeraphap Chareonviriyaphap

13-2. Biology and management of Container-inhabiting Aedes mosquitoes

Rui-De Xue,Tongyan Zhao

13-3. The Global Bed Bug Resurgence, 20 Years On

Stephen Lindsay Doggett,Dini Miller

13-4. CRISPRing vectors: The new era of genome engineering towards vector-borne disease control

Hitoshi Tsujimoto,Bianca C. Burini

13-5. Advance in management of invasive mosquitos in Europe

Antonios Michaelakis,2.Nikos T PAPADOPOULOS,Antonios AUGOUSTINOS,George TSIAMIS

13-6. Neglected vectors and pests in a changing climate

Bethany L McGregor,Amy R Hudson,Phillip T Shults

13-7. Epidemiology of Japanese Encephalitis in a changing climate

Lee Cohnstaedt,Chad Mire,Natalia Cernicchiaro

13-8. Entomological approaches to tackle vector-borne zoonotic diseases

Chizu Sanjoba,Yasuyuki Goto

13-9. Confronting the threat of arbovirus infections and their vectors

Kyoko Sawabe,Chizu Sanjoba

13-10. Mosquito Biology and Genetic Biocontrol

Omar Akbari,Yoosook Lee,John M Marshall

14. Pest Management

14-1. Genetic Population Engineering for Pest Management

Jackson Champer,Xuechun Feng,Nicky Faber

14-2. IPM of Invasive Insect Pests in the Specialty Crops under the Changing Climate Patterns

Muhammad Haseeb,Youichi Kobori,Jawwad Qureshi

14-3. Life table theory and computer simulation for pest management programs

Hsin Chi,Tetsuo Gotoh,Remzi Atlıhan,Ali Güncan,Mehmet Salih ÖZGÖKÇE

14-4. Development and application of baits for subterranean termite control in the last three decades

Nan-Yao Su,Chow-Yang Lee,Thomas Chouvenc

14-5. Potential application of Empirical Dynamic Modeling for insect population dynamics

Shigeki Kishi,Noriyuki Suzuki

14-6. Sterile Insect Technique (SIT) Applications for Area-wide Integrated Pest Management (AW-IPM)

Lawrence Nkosikhona Malinga

14-7. Insect vectors of plant pathogens: the biology of epidemics and development of public policy

Monique J Rivera,Carlos Andres Antolinez

14-8. Tackling destructive forest pests: sharing lessons for the future

Daegan Inward

14-9. Cutting-edge pest control techniques developed using ultrasound and semiconductor laser light

Ryo Nakano,Mika Murata,Masatoshi Hori

14-10. The fall armyworm as a threat to rice production in Asia and beyond

Ted Turlings,Yunhe Li

14-11. Bemisia tabaci: a pernicious pest and a super vector

Rajagopalbabu Srinivasan,Alvin Simmons

14-12. Bringing it home: Advances in research on the international pest Popillia japonica

Francesco Paoli,David W. Held,Leonardo Marianelli

14-13. Multi-disciplinary innovation for stored-product insect pest management

Deanna S Scheff,Alison Gerken

14-14. Control Strategies of Hemipteran Pest Bugs

Ken Tabuchi,Un Taek Lim

14-15. Management of Insect Pests with Bt Crops: A Global Perspective

Aaron J. Gassmann,Dominic D. Reisig

14-16. Visual Sense and Optical Control Measures for Integrated Pest Management

Mika Murata,Ken-ichiro Honda,Susumu Tokumaru

14-17. Novel approaches in the management of invasive fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae)

Nikolaos T. Papadopoulos,Marc F. Schetelig,George Tsiamis

14-18. Fruit fly management technologies

Pattara OPADITH,Stefano De Faveri,Atsushi Honma

14-19. Sterile Insect Technique (SIT): promoting operational success across programs and irradiation platforms

Chao Chen

14-20. A New Era of Pest Management, New Approaches from Innovative Methods

Tsutomu Tanikawa,Kyoko Sawabe

14-21. Exploring sustainable nematode management in APAC

Catherine Ren,Dinesh Rathi

15. Pesticides, GM Crops, Resistance and Toxicology

15-1. Transitioning Insecticide Science Technologies for the Development of Novel Chemistries

Daniel Swale,Troy Anderson,Yoshihisa Ozoe

15-2. Bioinspired pest control

Martin Gethin Edwards,Jörg Romeis

15-3. Molecular determinants driving pesticide resistance and selectivity in invertebrates

Ralf Nauen,Gaelle Le Goff,Thomas Van Leeuwen

15-4. Realizing the potential of RNA biopesticides: what it takes to make RNAi commercial and durable

William Moar,Ken Narva,Sergey Ivashuta

15-5. New developments in controlling insect pests with insecticidal proteins

Mark Nelson,William Moar

15-6. Pesticide exposure and effects for insect pollinators

Nigel Raine

16. Physiology, Neurobiology and Molecular Biology

16-1. Arthropod saliva: from basic science to practical applications

Eric Calvo,Ines Martin-Martin

16-2. Neuroecology of mosquitoes beyond human-seeking

Olena Riabinina,Thomas Schmitt

16-3. Physiology of insects in a warming world: from cellular to ecological and evolutionary responses

Nicolas Pichaud,Jon Harrison,Daniel González Tokman

16-4. Low temperature biology: molecular mechanisms, physiological processes, and organismal consequences

Brent Sinclair,Nicholas Teets

16-5. Insect circadian clocks

David Dolezel,Elzbieta Pyza,Sakiko Shiga

16-6. PIWI proteins and PIWI-interacting (pi)RNAs in insects

Dulce Santos,Luc Swevers

16-7. Extracellular RNAs and RNA-based intercellular communication in insects

Stijn Van den Brande,Dulce Santos

16-8. Drosophila melanogaster – powerful tool to study brain disorders

Milena Damulewicz

16-9. Juvenile Hormone: From biosynthesis to action. A symposium in memory of Professor Stephen S. Tobe (1944-2020)

Ian Orchard,Angela B Lange

16-10. Emergence timing: from molecular, neurobiological and physiological mechanisms to evolutionary significance

Christian Wegener,Sheeba Vasu

16-11. Bugs in the City: Urban Insect Ecophysiology

Megan Elizabeth Meuti,Lydia Rose Fyie

16-12. Insect bioenergetics in changing environments

Philipp Lehmann,Caroline Williams,Hervé Colinet

16-13. The multi-functionality of insect fat: Its power and constraints

Bertanne Visser,Jacintha Ellers

16-14. Vision in Lepidoptera – from genes to behavioural ecology

Michiyo Kinoshita,Anna Stöckl

16-15. Interactive neuropeptide communications in biology and physiology

Shinji Nagata,Kim Young Joon,Hongbo Jiang

16-16. Dormancy, Diapause, and Allied Seasonal Responses

Daniel A. Hahn,Shin Goto,Greg Ragland

16-17. Neuropeptide signalling in insects: diverse and pleiotropic actions

Jean Paul Paluzzi,Meet Zandawala

17. Social Insects

17-1. From Digestion to Microbiome-Driven Behavior: Gut Functions and Symbiosis in Social Insects

Gaku Tokuda,Nathan Lo,Eyal Privman,Ryo Miyazaki

17-2. Aging and longevity of social insects

Eisuke Tasaki,Mamoru Takata,Kenji Matsuura

17-3. Genetics & Genomics in Ecology and Evolution of Social Insects

Elaine Françoso,Natalia Araujo,Cíntia Oi

17-4. Tracing the evolution of social behavior through comparison across species

Hongmei Li-Byarlay,Nobuaki Mizumoto,Grant Navid Doering

17-5. Recent advances in the study of complex behaviors in honey bees

Axel Brockmann,Takeo Kubo

17-6. Social insects and their temporal organization in physiology and behavior

Taro Fuchikawa,Haruna Fujioka

18. Systematics, Phylogeny and Morphology

18-1. Building a better insect tree of life

Dominic A Evangelista,Manpreet Kohli

18-2. Phylogeny and Evolution of Beetles – Symposium celebrating 90th Birthday of John Francis Lawrence

Hiroyuki Yoshitomi,Adam Ślipiński,Richard Leschen,Takahiro Yoshida

18-3. Quantitative morphological adaptive evolution of beetles and related groups

Ming Bai

18-4. Biodiversity and taxonomy of lepidopteran insects

Houshuai Wang,Hirowatari Toshiya

18-5. Decoding Parasitic Lice: Systematics, Evolution, and Genomics

Andrew Sweet,Jorge Dona

18-6. Innovative technological solutions to accelerate the systematics of mega-diverse insect orders

Jurate De Prins,Andreas Zwick

18-7. 27th annual SOLA Scarab workers symposium

Nicole L. Gunter,Sergei Tarasov

18-8. Biodiversity and evolution of Heteroptera (Hemiptera)

Christiane Weirauch,Felipe Moreira,Wenjun Bu

18-9. New discoveries through consilience in orthopteran systematics

Hojun Song,Maria Marta Cigliano

18-10. Bee diversity in East and Southeast Asia: systematics and status of the fauna

Erin (*Rin) Krichilsky

19. Special Issue: Biomimetics and Robotics

19-1. Insect Insights: Decoding Nature Agile Flyers

Bluest Lan

19-2. The next biomimetics in insect’s perspective for the sustainable symbiosis on the globe (tentative)

Shuhei Nomura,Masahiro Ohara

19-3. Robotics-inspired biology: Adaptive locomotion of insects and robots

Hitoshi Aonuma,Dai Owaki,Shunsuke Shigaki

19-4. Using insect sensing and locomotor abilities in robots to overcome real-world challenges

Noriyasu Ando,Shunsuke Shigaki,Sridhar Ravi

20. Others

20-1. Biotremology I – Behavioural and Sensory Ecology

Johannes Strauß,Takuma Takanashi,Valerio Mazzoni

20-2. Biotremology II – Applied Biotremology

Valerio Mazzoni,Takuma Takanashi,Johannes Strauß

20-3. Environmental DNA: from insect monitoring to the assessment of ecological interactions

Michael Traugott,James D. Harwood

20-4. Manga, Comics, and Games as tools for Entomological Engagement!

Carly Tribull

20-5. Data-intensive entomology: global standards and practices

Dmitry Schigel,Cecilie Svenningsen

20-6. Diversity Beyond Insects: Global Gathering of Entomologists with Shared Knowledge across Disciplines

Nannan Liu,Le Kang

20-7. Diverse approaches to meeting pest management needs

Lauren M Diepenbrock,Anh K Tran

20-8. Behavioural diversity: causes and consequences

Iago Sanmartín-Villar,Srikrishna Narasimhan

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