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REMINDER Call for Abstracts • Funding Opportunities
Dear Sir or Madam,
On behalf of the International Association for the Plant Protection Sciences (IAPPS) and the local organisations responsible for organising this International Plant Protection Congress series, it is our great pleasure to invite you to the XVIII. International Plant Protection Congress (IPPC) 2015, scheduled from 24-27 August 2015 at Henry Ford Building, Berlin (Germany).
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS • Reminder
We would like to hereby kindly remind you that abstract submission is possible in English and online until 1 February 2015. Please click here to submit your abstract online.
We are happy to announce that several societies offer travel grants for international conferences such as the IPPC. Please visit our conference homepage www.ippc2015.de to find a small collection of funding opportunities and the corresponding application requirements.
ATTENTION! Please note that the application deadline of the Browning Plant Medicine and Health Travel Award ends on 14 November, 2014 and the application deadline of the Student Educational Award (both awards offered by the American Phytopathological Society) ends on 21 November, 2014.Take advantage of this opportunity and apply now!
If you have any further questions regarding the conference, please contact the organizing agency Conventus via phone 0049 3641 31 16-374 or email email@example.com.
We are looking forward to receiving your contributions to this unique international and multi disciplinary congress and to welcoming you to the exciting city of Berlin!
With best regards,
Justus Appelt and Claudia Tonn
On behalf of the congress managing director Falko Feldmann
Deutsche Phytomedizinische Gesellschaft e.V. – The German Scientific Society for Plant Protection and Plant Health r.S.
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Dear Sir or Madam, dear colleague,
It is our pleasure to invite you to join us at the Fifth Conference of the International Working Group on Legume and Vegetable Viruses (IWGLVV), scheduled from Sunday 30 August – Thursday 3 September 2015 in Haarlem, The Netherlands.
A Call for Papers and Sessions will be issued in September 2014. The deadline for receipt of abstracts will be March 2015.
Please check this web site regularly for updates on registration and the scientific and social programme.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to The Netherlands for our Vth IWGLVV meeting in the beautiful and historic city of Haarlem.
The organizing committee
First announcement: http://www.plantenvirologie.nl/IWGLVV2015/PDF/FirstAnnouncement_IWGLVV2015.pdf
Dr. M. (Martin) Verbeek
Wageningen UR, Plant Research International
Business unit: Biointeractions and Plant Health
PO Box 69
6700 AB Wageningen
Visiting address: Droevendaalsesteeg 1
6708 PB Wageningen
T +31 317 48 06 29
F +31 317 48 10 07
Prepared by Dr. Deena Errampalli, President, Canadian Phytopathological Society
The 11th European Foundation for Plant Pathology (EFPP) conference was held in Krakow, Poland from Sept 8-13, 2014. More than 300 delegates from 44 countries and 5 continents attended the conference and shared their scientific research, developed new collaborations and strengthened existing collaborations.
The EFPP (http://www.efpp.net/default.htm) Board met with the representatives of different plant pathology Societies from Europe and Canada (Photo below). See the REPORT OF THE 12th MEETING OF THE BOARD OF THE EFPP WITH DELEGATES OF MEMBER SOCIETIES Krakow, Monday 8 September 2014 at: http://www.efpp.net/Documents/DRAFT%20Report%20Board%20meeting%20EFPP%20Krakow%202014.pdf
12th Meeting of the EFPP board and delegates of member societies.
In front, from left to right: Dr. Arne Hermansen (EFPP treasurer), Dr. Piet M. Boonekamp (EFPP vice-president), Prof. Małgorzata Mańka (EFPP president), Dr. Martin Verbeek (EFPP general secretary).
Middle row, from left to right: Prof. Tatiana E. Şesan (Romania), Dr. Deena Errampalli (Canada), Prof. Małgorzata Jędryczka (Poland), Dr. Lesley Torrance (UK).
Back row, from left to right: Prof. Piotr Sobiczewski (Poland), Prof. Maria I. Clara (Portugal), Prof. Maria M. Lopez (Spain), Dr. Petr Komínek (Czech Republic), Prof. Radovan Pokorný (Czech Republic), Dr. Victoria Luksha (Belarus), Dr. Natalia Sklimenok (Belarus), Dr. Nenad Keča (Serbia)
The conference with the theme, ‘Healthy Plants- Healthy People’, was opened by Prof Malgorzata Mańka, President of the EFPP and the dignitaries from Poland brought best wishes to the delegates. Deena Errampalli extended greetings from Canadian plant pathologists to the European colleagues. An excellent scientific program was organised by Prof. Piotr Sobiczewski (Chair) and in his international scientific committee. A special thank you goes to Prof. Malgorzata (Gosia) Jedryczka (Secretary of the Scientific Committee),whose careful thought, creativity, dedication, leadership and hard work in the organization of every aspect of the conference made it a memorable event for all those that had attended the conference. There were eight contributed oral presentations sessions: 1. New pathogens and shifts in pathogenicity; 2. Toxic metabolites of pathogens; 3. Pathogen identification, detection and monitoring; 4. Genomics, proteomics and bioinformatics; 5. Diseases of trees in forests and recreation sites; 6. Plant disease management; 7. Plant pathogens in soil, air, and water and 8. Plant disease resistance. A special session in the Wieliczka Salt Mine, with a lecture on biological monitoring in the treatment salt chambers of the Wieliczka Salt Mine Health Resort, concluded with an amazing conference dinner, in the hall about 125 meters below the ground level, with the floors, ceiling and walls, made up by salt rock. In addition, three workshops on Ramularia leaf spot of barley, Black leg of crucifers and Clubroot of crucifers, and the 5th International Seed Health Conference were held on the September 12th. At the EFPP conference closing ceremony, awards for best poster presentations in each of the scientific and workshop sessions were presented (Photo below).
EFPP Conference award winners
The conference concluded with a field tour to the ecological orchard (September 12th) where participants observed diseases of tree fruits, and an excursion and field trip to the Krakow-Czestochowa Upland area, a land of caves, castles, and unusual limestone cliffs, ravines and rock formations in the forest (September 13). http://www.efpp11-krakow.pl/ The next EFPP conference will be held in 2017 (location to be determined).
Organised by DPG, Humboldt University and JKI
IAPPS and COST Action FA1103
7th International Symposium
Plant Protection and Plant Health in Europe
The “principle mode of action” of micro-organisms as agents between fertilization and plant protection
12th-13th March 2015 – Berlin, Germany
The symposium »Plant Protection and Plant Health in Europe« is organised jointly by the German Phytomedical Society (DPG, http://www.phytomedizin.org), the Julius Kühn-Institut (JKI, http://www.jki.bund.de) and the Division Phytomedicine of the Faculty of Agriculture and Horticulture of the Humboldt University of Berlin (www.huberlin.de).
The three-day symposium is held at the traditional building of the Faculty of Agriculture and Horticulture, Lentzeallee 55, 14195 Berlin (Dahlem), or at the Julius Kühn-Institute, Berlin & Braunschweig, Germany.
I am happy to inform that University of Agricultural Sciences – Bangalore, India in association with AVRDC-The World Vegetable Center (Taiwan) and Cornell University (USA) will be organizing the Seventh International Workshop on Management of the Diamondback Moth and Other Crucifer Insect Pests during March 23-27, 2015 in Bangalore, India.
The website for Registration and other workshop related details is http://www.dbmworkshopindia.org/. The website will soon be updated with additional details.
I shall appreciate if you could share this information with your colleagues and the Graduate students in your organization.
Thanks for your attention, and looking forward to have your support and participation in this workshop.
Dr. R. Srinivasan PhD
Entomologist and Head of Entomology Group
AVRDC-The World Vegetable Center
60 Yi Ming Liao, Shanhua
Tainan 74151, Taiwan
Ph:+886 6 583 7801 Extn.426 (O); 812 (R)
Fax:+886 6 583 0009
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