Keynote presentations

We are proud to announce that the following colleagues will present a keynote about their respective field of research related to the movement ecology of bats.

Tentative titles of plenary talks: 


Are bats birds with respect to flight (Anders Hedenström, Sweden)


Is bat echolocation unique? (Cynthia Moss, U.S.A.)


Why are bats long-lived animals? (Jerry Wilkinson, U.S.A.)


How important is heterothermy for bats? (Craig Willis, U.S.A.)


Is the immunology of bats particularly potent? (Michelle Baker, Australia)


What does NGS tell us about the diversity of bats? (Emma Teeling, Ireland)


Are bats special with respect to conservation targets? (Paul Racey, U.K.)