53nd DGHT Annual Meeting, 13 September - 17 September 2017 in Ulm

Here you can register for the conference!

In order for the event to be optimally prepared, registration is required, but is done with a few mouse clicks.
For your planning, please note that on 13 September, there will be a casual icebreaker only (you pay for your own drinks) and that the talks will only start the other day. That is, on 14 to 16 September there will be talks from all fields of herpetology and herpetocultural, both in English and German.
Participation in the conference is free for DGHT members. For non-members the daily fee is 30 Euros (20 for students).
Additional optional costs may arise (see below), wait for recipe.
Accommodation can be booked here. Program details will soon be available on www.dght.de.
You want to give a talk (20 minutes including discussion) or to present a poster? Please send an abstract to the organizing committee (loetters@uni-trier.de) before 15 July including title, name(s), text = 500 words in one word file named with you surname. Please let us know if you intend to present a poster or a talk. Even multiple talks will be possible. The conference committee will decide on acceptance and you will hear back latest before 20 July.

Register to take part in the annual meeting:

Title (for name tag)
First name
Last name
Email
What days do you participate? Thursday, 14 September (scientific meeting)
Friday, 15 September (scientific and herpetocultural meeting)
Saturday, 16 September (herpetocultural meeting)
Sunday, 17 September (exkursions)
Select excursion Bugs International (Sunday, 25 EUR)
NSG Wurzacher Ried (Sunday, 25 EUR)
Participation in the social evening with buffet (Saturday, 25 EUR)
Participation Science-slam (in German)
Workshop Reptile medicine (Friday, in German)
Workshop Free-range husbandry of Testudo (Saturday, in German)
Workshop Reproducing food animals (Saturday, in German, 60 EUR)
Workshop Handling of poisonous snakes (Sunday, in German, 20 EUR)
Note to the organizers
Safety query: 4+8=? (Protection against robots)



The conference committee
DANIEL SCHÖN, PD DR. STEFAN LÖTTERS