PWS

The 5th International Symposium on Primatology and Wildlife Science

Thank you for joining and helping the symposium.

Date

March 3-6, 2016


Venue

INUYAMA INTERNATIONAL SIGHTSEEING CENTER (FREUDE)

Address: 4-21, Matsumoto-cho, Inuyama-shi, Aichi
犬山国際観光センター“フロイデ”

Program


DAY 1: March 3 (THU), 2016
12:00‐13:00
Registration
13:00‐ 13:10
Opening Remark
Tetsuro MATSUZAWA (PWS Program Coordinator)
13:10‐ 14:10
Session 1: Recent News and Progress report by PWS Members and students (1)
Chair: Ikuma ADACHI

Cooperation and competition among female bonobos
Takeshi FURUICHI Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
Mixed species associations of guenons in the Kalinzu Forest and the report of the AA Seminar held in Kalinzu in August 2015
Chie HASHIMOTO Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
Non‐invasive DNA sampling of wild bonobos: progress report
Shintaro ISHIZUKA Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
A sex difference of motheroffspring relationships in bonobo patrilineal societies
Kazuya TODA Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
Mother‐Infant Relationships of Wild Chimpanzees and Environmental Education Program in Kalinzu, Uganda
Natsumi ARUGA Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
14:10‐ 15:00
Session 2: Recent News and Progress report by PWS Members and students (2)
Chair: Naruki MORIMURA

Environmental enrichment for zoo animals : from backyard to exhibition
Yumi YAMANASHI Wildlife Research Center, Kyoto University
The Rock‐Paper‐Scissors Game in Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)
Jie GAO Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
Exploring attentional facilitation and disengagement to assess emotional states in captive chimpanzees: Progress Report
Duncan WILSON Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
Influence of inter‐individual distance on grooming interaction in captive chimpanzees and bonobos: research progress
Morgane ALLANIC Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University

15:00‐ 15:20
Coffee Break
15:20‐ 17:00
Session 3: Invited Talk by PWS Collaborators
Chair: Reiko TAKIZAWA

From the World Heritage to Non Protected Area ‐ Recent Challenges on Biodiversity Conservation in Relation to Policy Framework
Naobi OKAYASU WWF Japan / WRC Kyoto University
Wildlife Habitat Fragmentation in the DRC
Raymond S. LUMBUENAMO Wildlife Research Center, Kyoto University
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Poverty Eradication vs Nature Conservation - For the Survival of this Planet
Masahiko HORIE Ambassador for Global Environmental Affairs
Primate Conservation: What we know, what we do not know, and ways forward
Colin CHAPMAN McGill University/Wildlife Conservation Society
Show Abstract
17:00‐19:00
Poster session
DAY 2: March 4 (FRI), 2016
9:30‐ 10:50
Session 4: Invited Talk and Progress report by PWS students (1)
Chair: Fred BERCOVITCH

Electric fish as a model organism for behavioral research (and public exhibition).
José Alves GOMES Laboratório de Fisiologia Comportamental e Evolução (LFCE), Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia (INPA)
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Monkey for dinner? Bushmeat, urbanization and food security in the Amazon.
Tatiana SCHOR Geography Federal University of Amazonas Center for Cities Study and Research in the Amazon ‐NEPECAB
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Local people's knowledge and perceptions of bonobos in Wamba region, DRCongo
Aya YOKOTSUKA Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University
Diversification in white‐‐sand vegetation in tropical south america ? the case of the plant genus Pagamea (Rubiaceae)
Alberto VICENTINI Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazonia (INPA)
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Comparative genome analysis on captive armadillos
Kei MATSUSHIMA Wildlife Research Center, Kyoto University
10:50‐ 12:00
Session 5: Invited Talk and Progress report by PWS students (2)
Chair: Takashi HAYAKAWA

Research in Neotropical primates at the Nacional Primate Center, Brazil
Frederico Ozanan Barros MONTEIRO Universidade Federal Rural da Amazonia (UFRA)
Current threats, challenges and efforts for wildlife conservation in the Eastern Brazilian Amazon
Christina WHITEMAN Brazilian Institute of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources (IBAMA)
Pair swim analysis of Indo‐pacific bottlenose dolphin around Mikura island
Natsuko TAJIMA Wildlife Research Center, Kyoto University
Who approaches toward swimmers in wild dolphins?
Kasumi SAKAKIBARA Wildlife Research Center, Kyoto University
Report of Tanzania field tour - Nursing strategy of giraffe -
Miho SAITO Wildlife Research Center, Kyoto University
12:00‐ 13:30
13:30‐ 15:30
Session 6: Invited Talk and Progress report by PWS students (3)
Chair: Andrew MACINTOSH

Bio‐Logging: studying wildlife in the ocean from an ‘animal's‐eye’ view
Akinori TAKAHASHI National Institute of Polar Research
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Human and Tibetan Macaque (Macaca thibetana) Interactions in the Valley of the Wild Monkeys, Huangshan, China
Lori SHEERAN Department of Anthropology and Director of the Primate Behavior and Ecology Program, Central Washington University
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Molecular Approaches for Wildlife Conservation and Ecology: Amphibians and Primates Unite
Steve WAGNER Department of Biological Sciences, Central Washington University
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Parasite sharing in sympatric Bornean primates
Liesbeth FRÍAS Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
Testing Infection‐risk Avoidance in Primates
Cécile SARABIAN Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
Farming the forest edge: local perception about primate conflict in six high altitude villages in the Garhwal Himalayas, Uttarakhand India
Himani NAUTIYAL National Institute of Advanced Studies
The evolutionary ecology of tusks in elephants
Raman SUKUMAR Centre for Ecological Sciences, Indian Institute of Science
Show Abstract
15:30‐ 15:45
Coffee Break & Group Photo

15:45‐ 16:00
Special Talk by Juichi YAMAGIWA (President of Kyoto University)
"What I hope to the future of the fieldwork and PWS endeavor"


16:00‐ 17:00
Session 7: Progress Report by PWS Students (L4/L5)
Chair: Takushi KISHIDA

Hair structures of leopard’s prey species in Mahale
Nobuko NAKAZAWA Wildlife Research Center, Kyoto University
Allomothering in wild chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains National Park
Hiroko SAKURAGI Wildlife Research Center, Kyoto University
The Vocal Repertoire of Tibetan Macaques: A Quantitative Analysis and a Congeneric Comparison
Sofi BERNSTEIN Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
Factors regulating steroid hormones in Japanese macaques and orangutans
Sayuri TAKESHITA Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
17:00‐19:00
Poster session
DAY 3: March 5 (SAT), 2016
March 5‐6: Joint Hosting by "ホミニゼーション研究会"
9:00‐9:30
Registration
Session 9:
New Horizen for Comparative Cognitive Science :From Single‐celled organisms to Humans

第44回ホミニゼーション研究会「比較認知科学の展望:粘菌からヒトまで」
9:30‐ 12:00
Chair: Masaki TOMONAGA

Physical ethology of single‐celled organism
Toshiyuki NAKAGAKI Hokkaido University
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Domestication and song evolution in Bengalese finches
Kazuo OKANOYA The University of Tokyo
Great apes make anticipatory looks based on false beliefs
Fumihiro KANO Wildlife Research Center, Kyoto University
Evolutionarily predisposed snake fear: Comparative, Developmental, and Electrophysiological studies
Nobuyuki KAWAI Nagoya University
Comparative analysis of reinforcing property ‐Study on pleasure‐
Shigeru WATANABE Keio Unversity
12:00‐ 13:30
Lunch Break
13:30‐ 15:00
Chair: Misato HAYASHI

Cross‐modal correspondences in non‐human primates
Ikuma ADACHI Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
Rhythmic entrainment : Evolutionary origins of human bonding mechanism
Yuko HATTORI Wildlife Research Center, Kyoto University
Orangutan Strategies for Solving a Visuospatial Memory Task
Chris MARTIN Indianapolis Zoo
Show Abstract
15:30‐ 17:00
Chair: Shinya YAMAMOTO

Launch of a new project to study wild horses in Portugal
Satoshi HIRATA Wildlife Research Center, Kyoto University
Exploring the perceptual world from the comparative‐cognitive perspective
Masaki TOMONAGA Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
Dialectical perspective of Comparative Cognitive Science
Tetsuro MATSUZAWA Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University

17:00‐
Poster Session
18:00‐
Social Gathering
DAY 4: March 6 (SUN), 2016
9:00‐9:30
Registration
9:30‐ 12:00
Chair: Yuko HATTORI

Talk on cats and dogs: Comparative cognition in two of our best friends
Kazuo FUJITA Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University
Comparative studies with chimpanzees and bonobos on cooperation in the wild and captivities
Shinya YAMAMOTO Kobe University
Conservation of wild chimpanzees at Bossou, Guinea
Naruki MORIMURA Wildlife Research Center, Kyoto University
Cognitive development and mother‐infant interaction in great apes
Misato HAYASHI Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
Modern Environmental Challenges to the Ecological Flexibility of Great Apes
Crickette SANZ Washington University
Show Abstract
12:00‐ 13:30
Lunch Break
13:30‐ 15:00
Chair:Satoshi HIRATA
13:30‐14:00
Poster Award
Chair: Takashi HAYAKAWA
Award Winners
Oral Presentation
1st Prize: Sayuri TAKESHITA
2nd Prize: Liesbeth Frias / Kazuya TODA
Poster Presentation
1st Prize: Lucie RIGAILL
2nd Prize: Renata MENDONCA
3rd Prize: Yuri KAWAGUCHI / Himani NAUTIYAL / Hiroya TAKIYAMA / Claire WATSON
14:00‐ 15:00

Emergence of Self :Development of Social Cognition from Perinatal
Masako MYOWA‐YAMAKOSHI Graduate School of Education, Kyoto University
Can we study emotions in animals?
Ralph ADOLPHS California Institute of Technology
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Closing Remark
Tetsuro MATSUZAWA (PWS Program Coordinator)
CLOSED
Registration
Registration for PWS symposium is now open.

If you want to join the symposium, please send the following information to pws_sympo2016 < at > wildlife-science.org.

(1) Full name
(2) Affiliation
(3) Position
(4) Email address
(5) Date you will attend: March 3 rd- March 6th (change as needed)


The deadline is February 10th.

CLOSED
Call for Poster presentation
PWS is happy to accept poster presentation by students, researchers and staffs.

If you want to give poster presentation,please send the following information to pws_sympo2016 < at > wildlife-science.org.

(1) Full name
(2) Affiliation
(3) Position
(4) Email address
(5) Date you will attend: March 3 rd- March 6th (change as needed)
(6) Presentation title (in English)


The deadline is February 10th.

Invited Symposium Symposiast
Dr. Toshiyuki Nakagaki  Hokkaido University

Physical ethology of single-celled organism

Show Abstract

Dr. Christopher Martin  Indianapolis Zoo

Orangutan Strategies for Solving a Visuospatial Memory Task

Show Abstract

Dr. Tatiana Schor 
Professor in Geography Federal University of Amazonas
Center for Cities Study and Research in the Amazon -NEPECAB

Monkey for dinner? Bushmeat, urbanization and food security in the Amazon.

Show Abstract

Dr. José A. Alves-Gomes 
Laboratório de Fisiologia Comportamental e Evolução (LFCE), Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia (INPA)

Electric fish as a model organism for behavioral research (and public exhibition).

Show Abstract

Dr. Raman Sukumar and Dr. Karpagam Chelliah 
Centre for Ecological Sciences, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore 560012, India

The evolutionary ecology of tusks in elephants

Show Abstract

Dr. Akinori Takahashi 
National Institute of Polar Research

Bio-Logging: studying wildlife in the ocean from an ‘animal’s-eye’ view.

Show Abstract

Dr. Steve Wagner 
Professor of Biological Sciences and Primate Behavior
Department of Biological Sciences
Central Washington University

Molecular Approaches for Wildlife Conservation and Ecology: Amphibians and Primates Unite.

Show Abstract

Dr. Crickette Sanz  and Dr. David Morgan 
Washington University in St. Louis

Modern Environmental Challenges to the Ecological Flexibility of Great Apes

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Dr. Colin Chapman 
Professor, Dept. of Anthropology and McGill School of Environment, McGill University
CV / Google Scholar Citation

Primate Conservation: What we know, what we do not know, and ways forward

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Dr. Ralph ADOLPHS 
Caltech
CV

Can we study emotions in animals?

Show Abstract

Dr. Lori K. Sheeran 
Department of Anthropology and Museum Studies and Primate Behavior and Ecology Program, Central Washington University

Human and Tibetan Macaque (Macaca thibetana) Interactions in the Valley of the Wild Monkeys, Huangshan, China

Show Abstract

Dr. Alberto Vicentini 
Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia

Diversification in white--sand vegetation in tropical south america ? the case of the plant genus Pagamea (Rubiaceae)

Show Abstract

Dr. Raymond S. Lumbuenamo 

Wildlife Habitat Fragmentation in the DRC

Show Abstract
Map

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INUYAMA INTERNATIONAL SIGHTSEEING CENTER (FREUDE)
Address: 4-21, Matsumoto-cho, Inuyama-shi, Aichi

5-minute walk from Inuyama Station on the Meitetsu Inuyama Line.

From Meitetsu-Nagoya Station
About 25 minutes by the Rapid Limited Express (Kaisoku Tokkyu) or Limited Express (Tokkyu).

From Central Japan International Airport Station
About 55 minutes by μSKY Limited Express (Myu Sukai)

Map and Transportation Guide @ INUYAMA Tourists Information Center Website

参加人数
外国人:3日47人、4日47人、5日46人、6日46人の延べ186人
日本人:3日83人、4日93人、5日102人、6日96人の延べ374人
合計:3日130人、4日140人、5日148人、6日142人の延べ560人