COLOSS Survivors “TF Workshop 2023”, March 31- April 01, Oxford, UK

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Day 1: Friday, March 31, 9:00-17:00 (CET)
Day 2: Saturday, April 01, 9:00-13:00 (CET)


Worcester College
Walton St,
Oxford OX1 2HB,
United Kingdom



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Worcester College, Walton St, Oxford OX1 2HB, United Kingdom



Dear Survivors Task Force members,

We are delighted to announce that our next STF workshop will take place on Friday, March 31st and Saturday, April 1st at Worcester College in Oxford, UK.

We will finally have the opportunity to meet in person after a long time, but there will also be the possibility to join online in case you cannot participate onsite

The event will last 1.5 days, during which we will provide updates on ongoing TF projects as well as feature presentations from STF members.

Please register at the link below. We encourage you to submit abstracts for presentations at this same link by Friday, March 10th.

For participation we request a 40.- € registration fee for in-person attendees or 15.- € for online participants.

Following our workshop, on Sunday, April 2nd, we have also organized a COLOSS Training School in collaboration with Honey Bee Watch, which is dedicated to the scouting and monitoring of wild honey bee colonies. This field training will take place in the forest surrounding the Blenheim Palace, which is considered Europe’s oldest and largest ancient oak woodland. For details on how to participate, please see this page.

We very much look forward to your participation!

All the best,
Arrigo & Raffaele


If you need accommodation. Please remember to use this discount code when booking accommodation close to the venue.


Registration fee (regular workshop): € 40
Registration fee (virtual workshop): € 15

Registration deadline: Wednesday, March 29

Registration is closed. ☹️


The abstract for presentation should include the names and affiliations of each contributor to the research being communicated during the presentation.

The body of the abstract should be no more than 3,000 characters, including spaces. The presentation should last no more than 15 minutes.

The deadline for submission is Friday, March 10 (23.59 CET).


If you have questions concerning the workshop, please reach out:

Webmaster – Jan Maehl (

Workshop Host 1 – Arrigo Moro (
Workshop Host 2 – Raffaele Dall Olio (