Thursday 5 November: online workshop on morphometric methods and their use in systematics Friday 6 November: the annual meeting of the SSS, at the Natural History in Bern
The SSSDay 2020 will take place at the Natural History in Bern, and our invited speakers will certainly turn it into a very inspiring event: Allison Daley from the University of Lausanne will talk about a spectacular group of huge arthropods from the Cambrian, the Radiodonta. And Lukas Rüber from the Natural History Museum in Bern will tell us some fish tales from Asia which will be rich in dwarfs and enigmas. Contributions from members and student are welcome.
The SSSDay will be preceded by a online workshop on morphometric methods and their use in systematics, organized by Hannes Baur of the Natural History Museum in Bern. This hands-on workshop gives an overview on the topic and lets you work with modern software tools and – if you have any – with your own data.