• NOBIS Austria
NOBIS Austria is a network for scientists working in the broad field of biological systematics
– on evolutionary research, phylogeny and taxonomy – theoretically, philosophically and pragmatically.
NOBIS Austria aims to promote biosystematics as a fundamental discipline for numerous basic and
applied biological sciences concerning all kingdoms of life.
NOBIS Austria supports biosystematic activities in Austria and coordinates national and
NOBIS Austria acts as a forum for interdisciplinary communication and promotes contacts
within the scientific community, with politics and to the public.
NOBIS Austria aspires intensive cooperation with other associations interested in similar topics,
and is a member of BioSyst.EU, the European umbrella organisation for biological systematics.
At the occasion of the annual meeting of NOBIS Austria in Linz a new executive board was elected. The new president of NOBIS Austria is Dr. Sabine Agatha (Univ. Salzburg).
Winner of the NOBIS-Award for Excellent Research 2016 is Philipp Resl, who impressed the jury and audience with his excellent talk "Studying substrate associations of lichens with phylogenetic comparative methods and comparative genomics".
Pictures from our previous meetings gallery