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Registration deadline: 13th April 2024!

YoMos Workshop 2024
13-17th May, Federsee station

What to expect

​The young modellers in ecology workshops offer a relaxed and open-minded atmosphere that encourages the exchange of experiences and ideas with other young researchers and our invited keynote speakers. The workshop is mainly directed at early stage scientists (Bachelor, Master or PhD students) who in any way are connected to ecological modelling through their project/work. Beyond this, we warmly invite anyone interested in learning about ecology and modelling to join our workshop!


This year's workshop will be held from 13-17th May at the Federsee research station (Bad Buchau, Germany) which is beautifully set at the edge of the largest bog landscape in Southern Germany.

As part of the workshop, all participants may present their work either as a lightning talk (5 min short summary of your project) or presentation (15 min standard talk) with opportunities for discussions and feedback. Moreover, if there are certain skills you could share, propose your own student-led workshop (it's a fun experience)! Check out our time tables from the
past workshops to get an idea!

In addition, several keynote speakers will join us to introduce their exciting work, present advances in the field of ecology and get into discussion with us in special informal exchange sessions.

The following keynotes will kindly join us for the workshop:









The participation fee for the workshop is 180€ (including accommodation and meals). For self-funded researchers we may offer options to cover part of these costs  - please get into contact with us.


Looking forward to your registration!



Your YoMos Organization Team


Lukas Baumbach (University of Freiburg), Robin Rölz (University of Würzburg), Stefan Fallert (University of Würzburg), Jana Blechschmidt (University of Würzburg), Jakob Albrecht (University of Freiburg), Stav Gelber (FU Berlin), Sarah Le Berre (Augsburg University), Lisa Merkens (TU München), Louica Philipp (University of Potsdam), & Max Luttermann (University of Oldenburg)

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