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CeMEB Assembly at Tjärnö


We are happy to invite the CeMEB community to a hybrid meeting, so it will be possible to participate either physical at Tjärnö or online. Welcome with your registration and stay tuned for more information to come!

5 Oct 2021 - 7 Oct 2021
Registration deadline
7 September 2021

Good to know
The meeting will start at 13.30 on the 5th October and end by 15.30 on 7 October.

We are planning for a bus transfer from Gothenburg to Tjärnö on 5th October (departure 10 am CET from Gothenburg) and from Tjärnö to Gothenburg on 7th October (arrival Gothenburg at around 6 pm CET).
Centre for Marine Evolutionary Biology – CeMEB

Aim and scope of the meeting

The aim of the meeting is to have a blend of talks and discussion topics reflecting what’s going on within marine evolution, as well as thoughts for future initiatives. We will have a mix of talks and time for discussions, jointly and in groups, and also social activities. 


Filling in the registration form, please also let us know if you would like to present something, or if you have suggestions for discussion topics during the meeting.

Members only

At the Assemblies, CeMEB members  gather for discussions and informal chatting. New research collaborations are often formed during these meetings. If you are not yet a member, please contact us for more information!

And if you are a member - Please remember that you’re welcome to invite new people in your research team who you think would enjoy the meeting!


We’re planning for the event to be a digitzed hybrid, so it will be possible to also attend online, give a talk from your home office, and even participate in our valued discussions digitally.  
We strongly encourage anyone who would like to participate in physical form to be fully vaccinated before the event.


About CeMEB

The Centre for Marine Evolutionary Biology, CeMEB, brings together scientists with broad expertise from many different disciplines with a common interest in evolutionary processes of marine organisms. 
More about the Centre for Marine Evolutionary Biology