Plenary talk at the 6th Bio-logging Symposium

It’s been a month since I had a privilege to give a plenary talk at one of the best conferences I’ve ever attended, the 6th Bio-logging Symposium in Konstanz, organised by the Max-Planck Institute for Ornithology. I would like to sincerely thank the organisers for inviting me, as I had an amazing time.

I am still reeling from all that I learnt during the conference, but I’ll leave the winner of the wittiest talk, Pritish Chakravarty, explain the impressions of an engineer among ecologists – he is doing it much better than I would be able to.

My talk was on Visual Movement Analytics in a 3D space (which was very well received and also caused a bit of a twitterstorm).

This was also one of the most tweeted conferences I ever attended, so check the #BLS6 hashtag for impressions and join the newly established Bio-logging Society, so that you don’t miss the seventh symposium in three years’ time.

Thanks again to MPIO for an excellent conference!


Photo from twitter, thanks to whoever took it.