Danish Oikos Society

Danish Oikos Society



The Danish Oikos Society is one of five national societies comprising the Nordic Society Oikos. It holds meetings alternating annually with the NSO biennial conference. The goal of these meetings is both to present new and exciting ecological research and to provide a place where especially students and young researchers can present their work and develop future scientific networks

Danish Oikos donates a number of stipends for students to participate in the joint biennial Nordic meetings.

In connection with the national meetings, Danish Oikos arranges student workshops on topics of general interest to PhD students and postdocs. Two of our previous workshops have thus covered various aspects of writing and publishing scientific papers.

Danish Oikos will in the future also support other minor workshops, arranged and applied for by members. The goal of these workshops is to promote networking among students and young researchers across Danish institutions in the field of ecological research.

Join the Danish society and NSO here. Follow our Facebook group and Twitter account.


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March 10, 2021 | 08:30 AM - 05:10 PM

online conference Ecology & Evolution 2021.


Nordic Society Oikos

Get ready to attend (physically or virtually) the Nordic Society Oikos conference to be held in Aarhus, Denmark, on January 17-20, 2022.


This spring, our five national societies each took the leap of hosting an online conference for the first time, with extraordinary success all around.

Danish Society
Oikos Denmark conference website

The Danish Oikos Society held its annual conference on March 10, sharing research on a broad range of themes in ecology and evolutionary biology.


Signe Normand

Deptartment of Biology

Nicolai Vitt Meyling

Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences

Bodil K. Ehlers

Department of Biology

Jonathan Von Oppen

PhD Student
Department of Biology

Bjarke Madsen

Department of Biology

Lars Båstrup-Spohr

Dept Biology

Jonathan Shik

Department of Biology

Simon Bahrndorff

Department of Chemistry and Bioscience

Owen Jones

Department of Biology