Royal Entomoligcal Society Technology SIG Meeting

David Chesmore edc1 at OHM.YORK.AC.UK
Thu Apr 4 12:49:56 CST 2002


Dear All

I hope you may find the following meeting of interest:

ROYAL ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY
ENTOMOLOGICAL COMPUTING AND TECHNOLOGY SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP

RECENT ADVANCES IN ENTOMOLOGICAL COMPUTING AND TECHNOLOGY

Wednesday 1 May 2002, 41 Queen's Gate, London

FINAL PROGRAMME

1.30    Introduction to the SIG and the meeting
        Dave Chesmore, Department of Electronics, University of York

1.40    The virtual future for biological control
        Dave Skirvin, Department of Entomological Sciences, Horticulture
Research International

2.10    BUGS in the system: a database of Quaternary entomology and
Holocene habitats (with a footnote on EGBUGS, an Egyptian version.)
        Phil Buckland, University of Umea, Sweden & Paul Buckland, University
of  Sheffield

2.40    Discrimination of butterfly wing patterns by moment invariant
analysis
        Leonard Winokur & Richard J. White, School of Biological Sciences,
University of Southampton.

3.10    Identification of British Macrolepidoptera in the field: can DAISY
simplify the task of biodiversity monitoring?
        Mark A. O'Neill, Hope Entomological Collections, University of Oxford &
Anna Watson, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Bangor

3.40    Recent advances in automated bioacoustic species identification
        Dave Chesmore, Department of Electronics, University of York

4.10    Close - refreshments

5.00    Evening Lecture - Watching the high flyers: the contribution of
radar to entomology
        Joe Riley, formerly NRI Entomology Radar Unit:



Please contact me if you would like any more information.

Thanks

Dave

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Dr David Chesmore, FRES, FIAgrE
Bioinspired and Biomedical Engineering Research Group
Department of Electronics
University of York
Heslington
York, YO10 5DD
tel: 01904 432394
email: edc1 at ohm.york.ac.uk
or     david.chesmore at btopenworld.com




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