La SFE² parraine les premières journées des Jeunes BioAcousticien·nes, qui auront lieu les 28-30 Juin 2023.

La soumission des Résumés est ouverte jusqu’au 1er Avril 2023.

Information below :

The Emerging Bioacoustians’ Days will be holding a first conference from June 28th to 30th near Saint Etienne, France.


Abstract submission is now open. You can submit an abstract for a talk by emailing

Deadline to submit your abstract is April 1st, 2023.

It must be in English, including your name, laboratory or institution, title, and topic summary of a maximum of 250 words. You must submit talks in one or two of the following topic categories:

  • Eco-acoustics
  • Sound production and perception
  • Anthropogenic noise
  • Bioacoustic professional applications
  • Underwater acoustic
  • General session

Please note that all abstract submissions will be reviewed by a scientific committee. Due to limited space, not all abstracts will be accepted. You will be informed regardless of the decision (at the lastest: end of April).

A registration form will be sent afterwards to those whose abstract is accepted to confirm attendance at the conference. Fees are only 10 euros for in-person attendance, including access to the conference, lunches, icebreaker event, and overnight accommodation.

Please notice that the conference will not run online or in hybrid format.


We also accept proposals for workshops or tutorials. Feel free to contact us if you’d like to organize a workshop (


The creation of the Emerging Bioacoustians’ Days aims to promote bioacoustics, to animate the scientific community, to encourage networking among students and other emerging researchers and to foster interdisciplinary dialogue within this field. Participants will have the opportunity to present their work and to exchange scientifically with other members of the community. It is also an opportunity to establish the current state of the art of the various research projects, to receive methodological advice and to share scientific and technical experiences. In addition, we would like to highlight the practical applications of bioacoustics research, so that participants can familiarise themselves with this rapidly developing field and discover new approaches.
This event is open to all early career researchers (i.e., undergraduate students, masters, PhDs, and postdocs), particularly those interesting in and/or working on themes associated with bioacoustics such as animal biology and behaviour, vocal communication, physical acoustics, ecology and biomechanics.

The popularisation of science and applied research will also be highlighted by giving the floor to young professional bioacousticians working in the private sector. The variety of disciplines to which this conference is addressed will highlight the interactivity among the different fields of research that make up our diverse scientific community.


News will be disseminated via the event website and on our social media profiles (Instagram: jjbioacoustique, Twitter: JJBioAcoustique).

It will be a great first event, and we look forward to seeing you there.

The organising committee