The European Birdsong meeting (EBM) is a scientific event organized for European researchers dedicated to the study of the neuroscience of birdsong. After Paris (France, 2012), Odensee (Denmark, 2013), Munich (Germany, 2014) and Capo Caccia (Italy, 2015), the next edition will take place in Bordeaux (France) from the 22nd to the 23rd of May 2017. The objective of the meeting is to bring together senior researchers, PhD students and post-docs giving them the opportunity to present their most recent work. Including plenary sessions and poster presentations, the meeting will be a great place to exchange opinions on birdsong at various levels, from the cellular levels to the most integrated functions. Neuroscience, behavioral ecology, ethology and cognition will be the main general topics of interest.


Gabriel J.L. Beckers, Utrecht University, Nederlands

Boris Chagnaud, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany

David Clayton, Queen Mary University of London, UK

Sébastien Derégnaucourt, Laboratoire Ethologie Cognition Développement, Université Paris Ouest, France

Manfred Gahr, Max Planck Institut für Ornithology, Germany

Steffen Hage, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Germany

Richard H.R. Hahnloser, Institute of Neuroinformatics, Zürich Universität, Switzerland

Robert Lachlan, Queen Mary University of London

Constance Scharff, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

Tom Smulders, Newcastle University, UK

Clémentine Vignal, Neuroscience Paris Saclay Institute, St-Etienne, France


Nicolas Giret, Neuroscience Paris Saclay Institute, CNRS, Orsay, France

Arthur Leblois, Cen­tre de Neu­ro­physique, Phys­i­olo­gie et Patholo­gie, CNRS Université Paris Descartes, France


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