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)

List of Accepted Symposia

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1.Acarology and Arachnology

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

Organizer
Masahiro Osakabe,Shoji Sonoda

1-2. The 3rd International Workshop of IOBC-APRS-Predatory Mites. Part 1. Vegetables

Organizer
Xuenong Xu,Jiale Lv,Hinomoto Norihide

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

Organizer
Jiale Lv,Xuenong Xu,Hinomoto Norihide

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

Organizer
Hidenari Kishimoto,Xuenong Xu,Norihide Hinomoto

1-5. Others

LOC will organize.

2. Apiculture and Sericulture

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

Organizer
Hidemasa Bono, Keisuke Okuhara, Kakeru Yokoi

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

Organizer
Jun Kobayashi,Michal Zurovec

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

Organizer
Jacqueline Heckenhauer,Paul B. Frandsen

2-4. Raw silk production beyond textile: silkworm general rearing conditions and environmental impact of sericulture (revised title)
(Old title: Silk production and silkworm rearing: ethics and insect welfare)

Organizer
Alessio Saviane,Silvia Cappellozza

2-5. Recent advances in reproductive biology of honeybees

Organizer
Ken-ichi Harano,Shinya Hayashi

2-6. Others

LOC will organize.

3. Biological Control

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

Organizer
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

Organizer
Guo-Hua Huang,Madoka Nakai

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

Organizer
Lian-Sheng Zang,Nicolas Desneux Su Wang

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

Organizer
Norihide Hinomoto,Tomokazu Seko

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

Organizer
Pablo Urbaneja Bernat,Cesar Rodriguez Saona,Alejandro Tena

3-6. Indirect interactions in biological control programs.

Organizer
Paul Ode,Micky Eubanks,William Snyder

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

Organizer
Junichiro Abe,Eizi Yano,Alberto Urbaneja

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

Organizer
Ayako Kusakabe,Raquel Campos-Herrera

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

Organizer
Lucia Zappala,Marco Valerio Rossi Stacconi,Antonio Biondi

3-10. Others

LOC will organize.

4. Chemical Ecology

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

Organizer
Justin George,Rupesh Kariyat

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

Organizer
Kelsey Tobin,Monique Rivera

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

Organizer
Hajime Ono,Hisashi Omura,Koji Noge

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

Organizer
Zainulabeuddin Syed,Wei Xu,Yuko Ishida

4-5. Others

LOC will organize.

5. Conservation, Biodiversity and Biogeography

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

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

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

Organizer
Atsushi Ohwaki,Naoyuki Nakahama

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

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

5-4. Automated monitoring of insects

Organizer
David Roy,Toke,Hoye,Eleonor Slade

5-5. URBAN ARTHROPODS

Organizer
Olivia Sanllorente,Diego Gil-Tapetado

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

Organizer
Eliza Mae Grames

5-7. Others

LOC will organize.

6. Development and Reproduction

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

Organizer
Subba Palli,Alexander Raikhel

6-2. New developments in entomological precision nutrition

Organizer
Stuart Wigby,Andrew McCracken,Juliano Morimoto

6-3. Insect cuticles: morphogenesis and physiological functions

Organizer
Shigeo Hayashi,Bernard Moussian,Toshiya Ando

6-4. Hormonal Regulation of Development

Organizer
Marek Jindra,Tetsuro Shinoda

6-5. Others

LOC will organize.

7. Ecology and Evolution

7-1. Basic and applied studies of insect movement

Organizer
Mark Kenneth Asplen

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

Organizer
Ayman Khamis Elsayed,Man-Miao Yang

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

Organizer
Abel Bernadou,Jürgen Heinze,Judith Korb

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

Organizer
Eniko Csata,Eran Levin,Sofia Bouchebti

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

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

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

Organizer
Thomas bourguignon,Frederic Legendre

7-7. Climatic niche dynamics in a changing world

Organizer
Olivia K. Bates,Cleo Bertelsmeier

7-8. Novel Interspecific Relationships Mediated by Trace Chemicals

Organizer
Shiori Kinto

7-9. Latitudinal Trends in Insect Ecology

Organizer
Robert Davis,Sille Holm

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

Organizer
Moritz D Lürig,Niklas Wahlberg,Alexander Blanke

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

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

7-12. Biology and Evolution of Social Insect Symbionts

Organizer
Taisuke Kanao,Aleš Buček

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

Organizer
Bart Pannebakker,Jun Abe

7-14. 11th International Symposium on Chrysomelidae

Organizer
Caroline S. Chaboo,Yoko Matsumura,Michael Schmitt

7-15. Arthropod Ecology in the Anthropocene

Organizer
Evan P. Economo,Rosemary Gillespie

7-16. Key Innovations in Insect Evolution

Organizer
Sarah Kocher,Corrie Moreau

7-17. Others

LOC will organize.

8. Genetics and Genomics

8-1. Insects genome and transcriptome data analysis

Organizer
Kakeru Yokoi, Hidemasa Bono

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

Organizer
Emma Collins,Matthew Higgins,Grayson Brown

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

Organizer
Monika Gulia-Nuss,Michael Pham

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

Organizer
Ryo Futahashi,Antonia Monteiro

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

Organizer
Jung LEE,Tsuguru Fujii

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

Organizer
Brad S. Coates,Fei Li

8-7. Others

LOC will organize.

9. Immunology and Pathology

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

Organizer
Yonggyun Kim,Qisheng Song,Kaijun Luo

9-2. Others

LOC will organize.

10. Insect-Microbe Interactions

10-1. Molecular Plant-Insect-Microbe Interactions

Organizer
Akiko Sugio,Daisuke Kageyama

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

Organizer
Allison Hansen,Gordon Bennett,Minoru Moriyama

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

Organizer
Kiran R Gadhave,Rajagopalbabu Srinivasan

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

Organizer
Tomonari Nozaki,Colin Dale

10-5. Symbiotic microorganisms alter insect behavior

Organizer
Yoshitomo Kikuchi,Martha Hunter

10-6. Biology of insect bacteriocytes and microbial symbionts

Organizer
Shuji Shigenobu,Takema Fukatsu,Alexandra CC Wilson

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

Organizer
Takuya Sato,Susumu Katsuma,Takema Fukatsu,Carolyn Elya

10-8. Others

LOC will organize.

11. Insects as Food, Feed and Pollinators

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

Organizer
Margaret M Mayfield,Michael Ulyshen

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

Organizer
Philip C Stevenson,Sharoni Shafir,Geraldine A Wright

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

Organizer
Subramanian Sevgan,Menale Kassie

11-4. Leveraging insect physiology for mass rearing practices

Organizer
Jacinta Kong

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

Organizer
Masami Shimoda,Chia-Ming LIU

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

Organizer
Chrysantus Mbi Tanga

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

Organizer
Takeshi Suzuki,Kei Yura

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

Organizer
Taro MAEDA,Masahiro Mitsuhata,Tomoyuki Yokoi

11-9. Others

LOC will organize.

12. Alien insects

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

Organizer
Dinka Matosevic,Eckehard G. Brockerhoff

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

Organizer
Sheina Biason Sim,Dong Ho Cha,Charles Mason

12-3. Global macroecology of insect invasions

Organizer
Andrew Liebhold,Helen Nahrung

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

Organizer
Yu Takeuchi,Godshen Pallipparambil

12-5. Others

LOC will organize.

13. Medical and Veterinary Entomology

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

Organizer
GERARD DUVALLET,Theeraphap Chareonviriyaphap

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

Organizer
Rui-De Xue,Tongyan Zhao

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

Organizer
Stephen Lindsay Doggett,Dini Miller

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

Organizer
Hitoshi Tsujimoto,Bianca C. Burini

13-5. Advance in Management of Invasive Mosquitoes in Urban Areas

Organizer
Antonios Michaelakis,Nikos T PAPADOPOULOS,Antonios AUGOUSTINOS,George TSIAMIS

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

Organizer
Bethany L McGregor,Amy R Hudson,Phillip T Shults

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

Organizer
Lee Cohnstaedt,Chad Mire,Natalia Cernicchiaro

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

Organizer
Chizu Sanjoba,Yasuyuki Goto

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

Organizer
Kyoko Sawabe,Chizu Sanjoba

13-10. Mosquito Biology and Genetic Biocontrol

Organizer
Omar Akbari,Yoosook Lee,John M Marshall

13-11. Others

LOC will organize.

14. Pest Management

14-1. Genetic Population Engineering for Pest Management

Organizer
Jackson Champer,Xuechun Feng,Nicky Faber

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

Organizer
Muhammad Haseeb,Youichi Kobori,Jawwad Qureshi,Lambert Kanga

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

Organizer
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

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

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

Organizer
Shigeki Kishi,Noriyuki Suzuki

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

Organizer
Lawrence Nkosikhona Malinga

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

Organizer
Carlos Andres Antolinez,Monique J Rivera

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

Organizer
Daegan Inward

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

Organizer
Ryo Nakano,Mika Murata,Masatoshi Hori

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

Organizer
Ted Turlings,Yunhe Li

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

Organizer
Rajagopalbabu Srinivasan,Alvin Simmons

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

Organizer
Francesco Paoli,David W. Held,Leonardo Marianelli

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

Organizer
Deanna S Scheff,Alison Gerken

14-14. Control Strategies of Hemipteran Pest Bugs

Organizer
Ken Tabuchi,Un Taek Lim

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

Organizer
Aaron J. Gassmann,Dominic D. Reisig

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

Organizer
Mika Murata,Ken-ichiro Honda,Susumu Tokumaru

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

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

14-18. Fruit fly management technologies

Organizer
Pattara OPADITH,Stefano De Faveri,Atsushi Honma

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

Organizer
Chao Chen

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

Organizer
Tomoyuki Hashimoto,Kyoko Sawabe

14-21. Exploring sustainable nematode management in APAC

Organizer
Catherine Ren,Dinesh Rathi

14-22. Others

LOC will organize.

15. Pesticides, GM Crops, Resistance and Toxicology

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

Organizer
Daniel Swale,Troy Anderson,Yoshihisa Ozoe

15-2. Bioinspired pest control

Organizer
Martin Gethin Edwards,Jörg Romeis

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

Organizer
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

Organizer
William Moar,Ken Narva,Sergey Ivashuta

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

Organizer
Mark Nelson,William Moar

15-6. Pesticide exposure and effects for insect pollinators

Organizer
Nigel Raine

15-7. Others

LOC will organize.

16. Physiology, Neurobiology and Molecular Biology

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

Organizer
Eric Calvo,Ines Martin-Martin

16-2. Neuroecology of mosquitoes beyond human-seeking

Organizer
Olena Riabinina,Thomas Schmitt

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

Organizer
Nicolas Pichaud,Jon Harrison,Daniel González Tokman

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

Organizer
Brent Sinclair,Nicholas Teets

16-5. Insect circadian clocks

Organizer
David Dolezel,Elzbieta Pyza,Sakiko Shiga

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

Organizer
Dulce Santos,Luc Swevers

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

Organizer
Stijn Van den Brande,Dulce Santos

16-8. Insects and human brain disorders

Organizer
Milena Damulewicz

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

Organizer
Angela B Lange,Ian Orchard

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

Organizer
Christian Wegener,Sheeba Vasu

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

Organizer
Megan Elizabeth Meuti,Lydia Rose Fyie

16-12. Insect bioenergetics in changing environments

Organizer
Philipp Lehmann,Caroline Williams,Hervé Colinet

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

Organizer
Bertanne Visser,Jacintha Ellers

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

Organizer
Michiyo Kinoshita,Anna Stöckl

16-15. Interactive neuropeptide communications in biology and physiology

Organizer
Shinji Nagata,Kim Young Joon,Hongbo Jiang

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

Organizer
Daniel A. Hahn,Shin Goto,Greg Ragland

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

Organizer
Jean Paul Paluzzi,Meet Zandawala

16-18. Others

LOC will organize.

17. Social Insects

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

Organizer
Gaku Tokuda,Nathan Lo,Eyal Privman,Ryo Miyazaki

17-2. Aging and longevity of social insects

Organizer
Eisuke Tasaki,Mamoru Takata,Kenji Matsuura

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

Organizer
Elaine Françoso,Natalia Araujo,Cíntia Oi

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

Organizer
Nobuaki Mizumoto,Hongmei Li-Byarlay,Grant Navid Doering

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

Organizer
Axel Brockmann,Takeo Kubo

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

Organizer
Taro Fuchikawa,Haruna Fujioka

17-7. Others

LOC will organize.

18. Systematics, Phylogeny and Morphology

18-1. Building a better insect tree of life

Organizer
Dominic A Evangelista,Manpreet Kohli

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

Organizer
Hiroyuki Yoshitomi,Adam Ślipiński,Richard Leschen,Takahiro Yoshida

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

Organizer
Ming Bai

18-4. Biodiversity and taxonomy of lepidopteran insects

Organizer
Houshuai Wang, Masaya Yago, Toshiya Hirowatari

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

Organizer
Andrew Sweet,Jorge Dona

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

Organizer
Jurate De Prins,Andreas Zwick

18-7. 27th annual SOLA Scarab workers symposium

Organizer
Nicole L. Gunter,Sergei Tarasov

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

Organizer
Christiane Weirauch,Felipe Moreira,Wenjun Bu

18-9. New discoveries through consilience in orthopteran systematics

Organizer
Hojun Song,Maria Marta Cigliano

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

Organizer
Erin (*Rin) Krichilsky,Sheng-Shan Lu

18-11. Others

LOC will organize.

19. Special Issue: Biomimetics and Robotics

19-1. Insect Insights: Decoding Nature Agile Flyers

Organizer
Bluest Lan

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

Organizer
Shuhei Nomura,Masahiro Ohara

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

Organizer
Hitoshi Aonuma,Dai Owaki,Shunsuke Shigaki

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

Organizer
Noriyasu Ando,Shunsuke Shigaki,Sridhar Ravi

19-5. Others

LOC will organize.

20. Others

20-1. Biotremology I – Behavioural and Sensory Ecology

Organizer
Johannes Strauß,Takuma Takanashi,Valerio Mazzoni

20-2. Biotremology II – Applied Biotremology

Organizer
Valerio Mazzoni,Takuma Takanashi,Johannes Strauß

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

Organizer
Michael Traugott,James D. Harwood

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

Organizer
Carly Tribull

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

Organizer
Dmitry Schigel,Cecilie Svenningsen

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

Organizer
Nannan Liu,Le Kang

20-7. Diverse approaches to meeting pest management needs

Organizer
Lauren M Diepenbrock,Anh K Tran

20-8. Behavioural diversity: causes and consequences

Organizer
Iago Sanmartín-Villar,Srikrishna Narasimhan

20‐9. East-to-west differentiation among spongy moth populations and its implications for biosurveillance

Organizer
Maki Inoue, Cusson Michel

20-10. Perspectives on Forensic Entomology Research, Casework, and Protocols: Working Toward International Standards

Organizer
Lauren M. Weidner, Denise Gemmellaro, Krystal Hans

20-11. Catching them in the act: outdoor imaging techniques to record insect behaviour

Organizer
Sridhar Ravi, Fiorella Esquivel

20-12. Others

LOC will organize.

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