Last updated: 20 August 2019

Program

Conference schedule Program
22 June, 2019 Detailed program
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Social events Welcome Reception
We hope participants who registered for "Full Participation" will register on the first half day of the conference (22nd June) as much as possible. Registration time will be limited in the morning on full conference days. Participants will be required to display their name tags when entering the conference rooms. On 22nd June, we will have a 'Conserv'Session' movie screening (BBC Horizon "Should We Close Our Zoos? ") with discussion session and a welcome reception at the Clock Tower, Kyoto University. The public symposium on 22nd June will be held at Kyoto City Zoo ( Pre-registration is necessary for the public symposium. Registration is now closed because all available seats had been filled.)
23 June, 2019 Detailed program
Invited speaker Raman Sukumar, David Shepherdson, Etsuo Narushima, Fay Clark
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24 June, 2019 Detailed program
Invited speaker Steve Ross, Crickette Sanz, Cat Hobaiter, Megan Reinertsen Ross, Francis Cabana
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25 June, 2019 Detailed program
Invited speaker Hannah Buchanan-Smith, Jodi Carrigan
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26 June, 2019 Detailed program
Invited speaker Daniel Mills
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Social events Kyoto City Zoo tour and Banquet
27-30 June, 2019
Social events Post-congress tour (The duration of the tours differs depending on the destination. Please click here for further information.)

Invited Speakers

Raman Sukumar
Indian Institute of Science

The four pillars of captive elephant welfare in Asia

Etsuo Narushima
Japanese Association of Zoos and Aquariums

Update on Elephants welfare at JAZA member institutions

Fay Clark
Fay Clark
Bristol Zoological Society

Gorilla Game Lab: Developing High-Tech Cognitive Enrichment for Zoo-Housed Gorillas

Steve Ross
Steve Ross
Lincoln Park Zoo

A multifaceted approach to providing opportunities for chimpanzees to thrive in captive settings

Crickette Sanz
Crickette Sanz
Washington University

Studying Chimpanzees and Gorillas across Contexts to Enhance Welfare and Conservation

Cat Hobaiter
University of St. Andrews

Francis Cabana
Wildlife Reserves Singapore

Enriching the gut microbiome may provide more benefits than enriching the animal

How nutrition, diets and food presentation taken from the wild can be fuel for positive welfare

Megan Reinertsen Ross
Lincoln Park Zoo

Developing a Work Life Balance as a Zoo Executive

Hannah Buchanan-Smith
Hannah Buchanan-Smith
Stirling University

Enrichment for primates in laboratories and zoos: Same principles, different constraints

Jodi Carrigan
Jodi Carrigan
Zoo Atlanta

Overview of the Zoo Atlanta Gorilla Training Program

Daniel Mills
University of Lincoln

Environmental Enrichment in the Horse (and other animals)

Participants from the ICEE Committee

David Shepherdson
David Shepherdson
Oregon Zoo

Elephant enrichment and welfare

Valerie Hare
Valerie Hare
The Shape of Enrichment, Inc.

A practical approach to enrichment

Dingzhen Liu
Dingzhen Liu
Beijing Normal University

Is excretion of mucous stools associated with captivity in the giant panda?

Margaret Hawkins
Margaret Hawkins
The Shape of Enrichment, Inc.

Marvelous Monotremes: behavior and enrichment