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Historical Ecology; HEF2020; International conference;historical legacies;ecological trajectories; geography;archeology;paleoecology;economy;biology

Historical Ecology for the Future

International conference on historical ecology

May 25-29, 2020 University campus of “Ile du Saulcy” - Metz, FRANCE

Welcome to the Historical Ecology for the Future conference registration form. The conference registration will be reopened in January, 2021. We look forward to welcoming you! To register for the conference, please click on the "Register now" button at the end of this page and follow the differents steps.

Please note that each participant (authors, visitors, accompanying persons) must register in this page and pay his/her fee individually in order to be admitted to the conference.

After the registration, if you want to create an author account to submit an abstract, go to the Abstract registration page and create a new account.


Options of registration:

Early-bird registration for:

  • Students, PhD students and post-graduates: 150 € (VAT excluded)
  • Scientists: 200 € (VAT excluded)

Late registration for:

  • Students, PhD students and post-graduates:  200 € (VAT excluded)
  • Scientists: 250 € (VAT excluded)

One-day registration: 60 € by day (VAT excluded)

Optional (see registration link below):

  • Participation to the Gala Dinner on 26th May 2021 (40 € VAT excluded)
  • Participate to the FieldTrip on 28th May 2021 (40 € VAT excluded)

Possible methods for payment:

On-site registration won't be accepted

  • by Credit Card - specifiy the name of the paiement: "HEF2020_NAME" - the link will be sent by email after the conference registration
  • by Bank transfer - specifiy the name of the paiement: "HEF2020_NAME" - the bank details will be sent by email after the conference registration
  • for member of french public organisation (INRA, CNRS, ...), if no other possibilities for payment, please specifiy the name of the paiement: "HEF2020_NAME" and send your Order Form (Bon de commande) to:

Agent Comptable de l'Université de Lorraine - LIEC

15 avenue du Charmois

54500 Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy



An invoice including details for VAT will be sent after that your registration is completed.

In case of problems/questions for conference registration, contact 



Registration closed on Saturday 14 March 2020