Plant Environmental Physiology Group - Annual Early Career Scientist Symposium
Snowdonia National Park, 17 – 19 May 2017
Pen-y-Pass YHA Wales LL55 4NY
This year we will tour the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology’s Solardome & Ozone Field Release System facility in Bangor, hear a keynote talk from the Director of CEH Professor Bridget Emmett, take a botanically themed walk to the beautiful Aber Falls, and enjoy a day of talks by early career researchers in plant physiology.
MCM2017 will bring together leading experts and young researchers that develop microscopy methods and apply them in the fields of life and material sciences. It will also include a trade exhibition in order to encourage exchange between the producers of microscopy-related equipment and researchers.
- Stochastic geometry
- Spatial statistics
- 2D, 3D, and multi-spectral image analysis
- FIB-SEM imaging and processing
- Discrete geometry and topology
- Mathematical morphology
- Materials micro- and nano-structures
- Biology and medicine
- Soil science
- Image based industrial process control, real time aspects
- Virtual materials design/ Reconstruction of micro-structures
The meeting is regularly organized in Prague and it is focused on all aspects of auxin and cytokinin reasearch.
For 2018, we continue in the original concept and include the interactions with other plant hormones and stimuli.
A focused topic, a reasonable number of participants and an idyllic environment appear to be the ingredients for the success of previous meetings. In addition to the scientific programme, there were always ample opportunities to interact with colleagues and friends for in-depth discussions in delightful settings.
The FESPB&EPSO Joint Plant Biology Congress 2016 is going to be held in Prague, Czech Republic, 26-30 June 2016: http://www.europlantbiology2016.org/
February 10, 2016 Extended deadline for submission of oral presentation
February 10, 2016 Deadline for applying for Travel grant
March 15, 2016 Deadline for submission of poster presentation
Scientific Programme: http://www.europlantbiology2016.org/scientific-programme/
It is my great honour and pleasure to invite you to the 58th Annual Symposium of the International Association for Vegetation Science (IAVS). The IAVS is the world’s leading scientific society of plant community ecologists and promotes research in all aspects of vegetation science and its application. It holds meetings and excursions, publishes scientific journals (Journal of Vegetation Science and Applied Vegetation Science) and provides other mechanisms to facilitate communication among vegetation scientists worldwide.
Dear PopBio community,
The registration and abstract deadline for this year's PopBio conference is fast approaching.
As organisers here in Tübingen, we are certainly getting excited at the prospect of welcoming you all, as the various aspects are coming together.
If you are wanting to attend please submit your details and payment by 5th April (in two weeks)
Please read ALL instructions carefully for submission and payment. If you have any problems/questions, let us know.
(when transferring funds for payment, please also indicate the "Participants name")
The registration deadline for the PEPG Early Career Scientist Mini Symposium in the New Forest (England) has been extended until Friday 27th March (this Friday): https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pepg-new-forest-walk-and-talk-tickets-151...
Abstract submission (voluntary :-) extended to the 27th March as well.
12th European Dry Grassland Meeting (theme: From population biology to community ecology) takes place 22-27 May 2015 in Mainz, Germany.
More on the website: http://www.edgg.org/edgg_meeting_2015.html
We would like to invite you to the 11th Clonal meeting, which will take place on 4 to 7 August 2015 at Třeboň, Czech Republic. Clonal meetings are a series of conferences that were initiated by Jan van Groenendael, Hans de Kroon and Mike Hutchings about 30 years ago, and have addressed primarily role of clonality in plants and its physiological, ecological and evolutionary implications. These meetings have been rather informal gatherings of plant ecologists interested in plant clonality and established a forum for exchange of ideas and communication of new achievements in this branch of science. For the coming meeting we want to bring in new ideas and new people and address topics that have not been much tackled by the community yet. Please, spread this invitation among your colleagues. We are planning to send out the next circular and launch more detailed conference web pages in October 2014.
The webpage of the conference is http://clonal2015.ibot.cas.cz/index.htm and the abstract submission i alread open.