La conférence MMEE (Mathematical Models in Ecology and Evolution) se déroulera à Lyon du 16 au 19 juillet 2019.

C’est une conférence internationale très appréciée du domaine et d’assez grande taille (en moyenne 250 participants). Beaucoup d’informations se trouvent sur le site:

« The MMEE conference gathers researchers who share the strange habit of building abstract models to answer ecological and evolutionary questions. The conference is also aimed at promoting the use of modelling approaches to the next generation of researchers, who are encouraged to attend and present their results at an early stage of their PhD or postdoc »

Confirmed speakers

Florence Débarre Institute of Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Paris, France
Jeremy Draghi Brooklyn College, City University of New-York, New-York, NY, USA
Steven Frank University of California, Irvine, CA, USA
Thomas Hansen University of Oslo, Norway
Thomas Lenormand Centre d’Ecologie Fonctionnelle et Evolutive, Montpellier, France
Joanna Masel University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA
Armita Nourmohammad Max Planck institute of Göttingen, Germany, and University of Washington at Seattle, USA

Early-bird registration until June 1st, 2019

Stay informed!
There is a twitter hashtag #MMEE2019 that we use for general information (and should be used to tweet about the meeting)
We also have a mailing list that you can join by sending an email to with the subject: « subscribe » (or follow this link)