Symposia - Measuring Behavior
Symposia are sessions with speakers invited by the session chair. See General Sessions for talks submitted individually by their presenters. We have accepted the following symposia:
- AI advances in pose estimation and behavior recognition in laboratory animals — Loes Ottink, Noldus Information Technology
- Advances in using AI to assess animal behaviour and welfare — Mona Giersberg and Bas Rodenberg, Utrecht University
- Methods for the Study of Olfactory learning and Memory — Richard Brown, Dalhousie University
- Measuring bioacoustics — Pralle Kriengwatana and Tomas Norton, KU Leuven
- Digital Innovations in Home Cage Monitoring: Advancing Animal Welfare and Pharmaceutical Development— Stefano Gaburro, Tecniplast
- TEATIME presents: Enhancing Reproducibility and Animal Welfare through Home Cage Systems: Insights and Lessons learnt — Lars Lewejohann (German Center for the Protection of Laboratory Animals, FU-Berlin, Germany) and Lior Bikovski (Tel-Aviv University, Israel)
- Optimizing analysis of longitudinal, high resolution behavioural data — Mike Toscano, University of Bern
- Using behavioural approaches to measure apathy-like behaviour in rodents — Lianne Robinson, University of Aberdeen
- Measuring behavior and physiology in and around the cockpit – Anne-Marie Brouwer, TNO and Radboud University
- Novel Methods in Measuring Animal Affective States — Anna Zamansky, University of Haifa
- Behavioural phenotyping of genetic mouse models of Alzheimer’s disease and frontotemporal dementia — Szu-Han Wang, University of Edinburgh
The draft schedule is available here.
At a Measuring Behavior meeting, you will find yourself among researchers from all fields of behavioral research: behavioral ecologists or neuroscientists, ethologists, developmental psychologists, ergonomists, human factors researchers, movement scientists, psychiatrists, psychophysiologists, toxicologists, usability testers, and others. While the research questions and applications may be highly diverse, what all delegates share is an interest in methods, techniques and tools for the study of behavior.