• Print only the body of the page. Set to print background colors and images.
  • Print the whole page. Set to print background colors and images.

Program

Venue

1F Active Hall, Active Plaza, Chubu University, Kasugai, Aichi, Japanlinks another site

Dates

August 1-3, 2016

Time schedules

Scientific Program

Monday, August 1

13:30~13:40
Opening Address: Atsuo Iiyoshi (the board chairman of directors, Chubu University)
13:40~14:10
Tomoo Fujioka: Lecture on the Fujioka Collection of Japanese Butterflies
14:10~16:45
Commemorative Lectures:
(S1)14:10~14:55 :
Tetsuo Nawa (Director, Nawa Insect Museum, Gifu, Japan)
“Nature learned through butterflies ~ Insect specimens are messages from nature”.
(S2)14:55~15:40 :
H. Frederik Nijhout (Professor, Duke University, USA)
“The development and evolution of butterfly wing patterns”.
15:40~15:55
Coffee Break
(S3) 15:55~16:40:
Kenji Kohiyama (Professor Emeritus, Keio University, Japan)
“Micro Presence ~ A border between artificial and natural Environments”.
16:40~16:45
Closing: Toshio Sekimura (Professor, Chubu University)

Tuesday, August 2

9:00~9:05
Opening Address of Scientific Sessions: Okitsugu Yamashita (Presidentof Chubu University)
9:05~9:40
Antónia Monteiro (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
“Finding the developmental origin of butterfly eyespots”
9:40~10:15
Patrícia Beldade (CNRS, University of Toulouse, France)
“Eco-evo-devo in Bicyclus anynana color patterns: novelty, plasticity, and immunity”
10:15~10:30
Coffee Break
10:30~11:05
Chandrasekhar Venkataraman (University of St Andrews, Scotland, UK)
“A model for selection of eyespots on butterfly wings”
11:05~11:40
Ritsuo Nishida (Kyoto University, Japan)
“Chemical ecology of poisonous butterflies — model or mimicry?”
11:40~12:15
Toshio Sekimura (Chubu University, Japan)
“A model for population dynamics of the mimetic butterfly Papilio polytes in Sakishima Islands, Japan”
12:15~13:15
Lunch
13:15~13:50
Haruhiko Fujiwara (University of Tokyo, Japan)
“Molecular mechanism and evolutionary process of female-limited Batesian mimicry in Papilio polytes”
13:50~14:25
Chris D. Jiggins (University of Cambridge, UK)
“Shuffling of modular enhancers by adaptive introgression generates convergence and novelty in butterfly patterns”
14:25~15:00
Poster Session I (Lobby near the entrance on 1st floor of Active Plaza)
15:00~20:30
Social Program (please see at the end of Scientific Program)

Wednesday, August 3

9:00~9:35
H. Frederik Nijhout (Duke University, USA)
“Eyespots and parafocal elements: what are they, really?”
9:35~10:10
Joji Otaki (University of the Ryukyus, Japan)
“Self-similarity, distortion waves, and the essence of morphogenesis:
A generalized view of color pattern formation in butterfly wings”
10:10~10:25
Coffee Break
10:25~11:00
Carla M. Penz (University of New Orleans, USA)
“Exploring color and pattern diversification in early Satyrinae lineages”
11:00~11:35
Jameson Clarke (Duke University, USA)
“Evolutionary trends in phenotypic elements of seasonal forms of the tribe Junoniini (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae)”
11:35~12:10
Takao K. Suzuki (Institute of Agrobiological Sciences, NARO, Japan)
“Camouflarge variation on a theme of the Nymphalid Ground Plan”
12:10~13:10
Lunch
13:10~13:40
Poster Session II (Lobby near the entrance on 1st floor of Active Plaza)
13:40~14:15
Arnaud Martin (The George Washington University, USA)
“Nymphalid Groundplan revisited: a developmental roadmap for deciphering wing pattern homology”
14:15~14:50
Robert D. Reed (Cornell University, USA)
“Genetic basis of butterfly wing pattern development”
14:50~15:25
Nipam H. Patel (University of California, Berkeley, USA)
“The developmental and genetic basis for structural coloration”
15:25~15:30
Closing Address Toshio Sekimura (Chubu University)

Poster Sessions

<The place: in the lobby on 1st floor of the Active Plaza>

Poster Session I : 14:25-15:00 2nd August
Poster Session II : 13:10-13:40 3rd August

NOTE: All the presenters in poster sessions are requested to prepare their posters in the morning of 1st August. Panels for presentation will be settled until the night of 31st July.

List of poster presentations

P-1 Mitsuho Kato

“Rapid evolution and model switching in Batesian minicry of a butterfly in response to the settlement of a new model”

P-2 Nayuta Sasaki

“Indicators of recent mating success in the pipevine swallowtail butterfly (Battus philenor) and their relationship to male wing coloration”

P-3 Noriyuki Suzuki

“Ecological consequences of wing color polymorphism in Colias: diversity promotes population-level success”

P-4 Shigeyuki Koshikawa

“Drosophila guttifera as a model system for elucidating color pattern formation”

P-5 Shinichi Yoda

“The transcription factor Apontic-like controls diverse coloration pattern
in caterpillars”

P-6 Carolina Peralta Lopes da Silva

“Eyespot colour and size in Bicyclus anynana: a hotspot locus for wing pattern evolution”

P-7 Hongyuan JIN

“Molecular Mechanisms of Larval Color Pattern Switch in the Swallowtail Butterfly”

P-8 Toshiya Ando

“Nanopatterning of insect cuticle: How to make nanopores on insect olfactory sensilla”

P-9 Ryo Futahashi

“Molecular mechanisms underlying color vision and color formation in dragonflies”

P-10 Mizuko Osanai-Futahashi

“Novel insight into ommochrome pigment synthesis pathway based on silkworm egg and eye color mutants” 

Social Program

Tuesday, 2 August: Bus Tour and Banquet 15:00~20:30

NOTE: All the presenters in poster sessions are requested to prepare their posters in the morning of 1st August. Panels for presentation will be settled until the night of 31st July.

15:00~18:00
Bus Tour to the “Fujioka Collection of Japanese Butterflies” in Nagoya Campuslinks another site
(NOTE: Buses leave for Nagoya Campus at 15:00 from the square near the meeting place Active Plaza)
18:30~20:30
Banquet (the place: Hotel Plaza Kachigawa)
(NOTE: Buses go around back to Hotel Plaza Kachigawa after visiting and seeing the Fujioka Collection in Nagoya Campus)

Poster presentation

Poster presentation session is scheduled from August 2, 9:00 to August 3, 16:00.
People who are interested in applying for the poster session and attending the meeting can see for more details at the IABP-2016 website: Registration & Application.

Inquiries for the meeting should be sent to the address: iabp2016@office.chubu.ac.jptransmits a mail

The application and registration deadline

June 30, 2016 (important!)

Registration fees

5,000 JPY/person and 2,000 JPY/student

Invited speakers (confirmed)

Evo-Devo

  1. H. Frederik Nijhout (Professor, Duke University, USA)
    “Eyespots and parafocal elements: what are they, really?”
  2. Antonia Monteiro (Associate Professor, National University of Singapore, Singapore)
    “Testing the role of developmental genes in color patterning butterfly wings”
  3. Patricia Beldade (Dr. CNRS Researcher at the University of Toulouse, France)
    “Eco-evo-devo in Bicyclus anynana color patterns: evolution and regulation of developmental plasticity”
  4. Nipam Patel (Professor, University of California, Berkley, USA)
    “The developmental and genetic basis for structural coloration”
  5. Arnaud Martin (Assistant Professor, George Washington University, USA)
    “Nymphalid Groundplan revisited: a developmental roadmap for deciphering wing pattern homology”

Eco-Evo

  1. Marcus Kronforst (Assistant Professor, University of Chicago, USA)
    “Exploring the genetics of mimicry and mate choice in butterflies”
  2. Carlam Penz (Associate Professor, University of New Orleans, USA)
    “Exploring color and pattern diversification in early Satyrinae lineages”
  3. Jameson Clarke (Mr. Department of Biology, Duke University, USA)
    “A comparative analysis of seasonal polyphenism in Junoniini butterflies”

Developmental Genetics

  1. Chris D. Jiggins (Professor, University of Cambridge, UK)
    “Innovation by introgression and recombination in Heliconius wing patterns”
  2. Robert D. Reed (Associate Professor, Cornell University, USA)
    “Genetic basis of butterfly wing pattern development”
  3. Haruhiko Fujiwara (Professor, University of Tokyo, Japan)
    “Molecular mechanim and evolutionary process of female limited Batesian mimicry of Papilio butterfly” (tentative)

Food Plant

  1. Ritsuo Nishida (Professor Emeritous, Kyoto University, Japan)
    ”Chemical ecology of poisonous butterflies —model or mimicry?”

Modeling

  1. Joji Otaki (Associate Professor, Biology Program, University of the Ryukyus, Japan)
    “Possible rules for color pattern determination in butterfly wings” (tentative)
  2. Chandrashekar Venkataraman (Lecturer, University of St. Andrews, UK)
    “A model for selection of eyespots on butterfly wings” (tentative)
  3. Toshio Sekimura (Professor, Chubu University, Japan)
    “A model for population dynamics of the mimetic butterfly Papilio polytes in Sakishima Islands, Japan (tentative)

Page Top