AsiaEvo welcomes scientists to present their research in any of the following 15 symposia — in addition to a general “open” category. In the case of the 15 symposia, the selection and lineup of presenters is at the discretion of the symposium organizers, but typically includes 2-3 invited speakers and 4-5 contributing speakers in a two-hour time-slot.

  1. An evolutionary perspective on pollinator biodiversity, systematics, and conservation.
  2. Behavioral evolution in vertebrates: diversity, genomics and mechanisms.
  3. Early evolution of vertebrates from evo-devo and paleontological perspectives.
  4. Evolvability: a common currency of evolution, ecology and development.
  5. Fitness landscapes bridge evolution and molecular biology.
  6. Genetics of adaptation and evolution of novel traits.
  7. Genomic diversity in nonequilibrium populations.
  8. Impact of introgessive hybridization on tropical diversification.
  9. Marine evo-devo: new frontiers from emerging marine model organisms.
  10. Novel insights regarding genome architecture evolution in the arthropoda.
  11. Paleo- and macro- ecology in tropical Asia.
  12. The evolution of invertebrate sensory ecology and behaviours.
  13. The genomics of adaptation and speciation.
  14. Virus evolution: from basic research to public health applications.
  15. Why sex? insights from asexual genomes.