Jülich Plant Science Seminars (JPSS)
This series of seminars is hosted by the institute of Plant Sciences (IBG-2), Forschungszentrum Jülich, on a monthly base.
For this seminar series we are inviting internationally renowned experts from different fields within plant sciences and from other research areas relevant for out interdisciplinary work.Since, at the same time, we are aiming for strengthening the integration of regional plant sciences we invite all interested persons to participate in these seminars.
On this webpage you will find an overview of the last and planned seminar dates.
If you would like to receive updates in upcoming seminars via email you have here the opportunity to register yourself for the JPSS mailinglist.
|Date ||Title |
|19.11.2015||Crop phenotyping @ ETH Zürich: Optimizing shoot and root growth via image analysis based approaches|
Prof. Achim Walter, head of the Crop Science Group, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
|20.10.2015||Modelling crops across scales |
Prof. Frank Ewert - INRES Crop sciences, Universität Bonn
|23.07.2015||Title Getting to the root of dwarfing control in apple rootstocks and the role of emmer introgression in wheat|
Peter J Gregory East Malling Research and University of Reading UK
Modelling the genetic architecture of flowering time control in barley through nested association
Prof. Klaus Pillen, head of the institute of plant breeding, University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany
|03.07.2015||Evolution in a changing environment: the genetic architecture of adaptation outside centers of domestication of Phaseolus vulgaris and P. coccineus. |
Prof. Roberto Papa, Department of Agriculture, Università Politecnica Delle Marche, Ancona, Italy.
|21.04.2015||Image Analysis and Modelling of Spatial Organisation: Methods and Tools with a Focus on Leaf Morphogenesis, Philippe Andrey, Jasmine Burguet and Patrick Laufs, Institut Jean-Pierre Bourgin, Versailles, France.|
|20.01.2015||Biorefinery of microalgae, Prof. René H. Wijffels, Bioprocess Engineering, Wageningen University, the Netherlands|
|02.12.2014||Brachypodium distachyon: a useful model for root research in cereals. Dr. Vincent Cochois, Division of Plant Industry, CSIRO, Canberra, Australia|
|18.11.2014||Rate-limiting Function of Phytoene Synthase in Carotenoid Biosynthesis, Dr. Ralf Welsch, Department of Cell Biology, University of Freiburg, Germany|
|22.09.2014||A systems approach to improved root traits. Philip N. Benfey, Biology Department and HHMI, Duke University, Durham, NC USA |
All seminars will be held in the seminar room on the second floor of the IBG-2 institute building (Geb. 06.2) on the campus of the research center Jülich http://www.fz-juelich.de/ibg/ibg-2/EN/About_us/Travel_Information/travel_node.html unless otherwise announced.
Please be aware that for external visitors an advance announcement will speed up the security check at the entrance of the campus considerably.
To do this please contact at least 3 days before the seminar our institute secretary Mrs. Ulbrich (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the seminar coordinator (email@example.com), giving your name, nationality and address of your home institution.
In any case it is mandatory to present a valid ID-card or passport at the security check to enter the campus.
List of passed Seminars of the Year 2014:
|15.04.2014||SPATIAL ECOLOGY AND EARTH OBSERVATION, Prof. Dr. Andrew Skidmore, University of Twente, the Netherlands (http://www.itc.nl/resumes/skidmore)|
|18.03.2014||Uncovering Root Systems Architecture: new angles and perspectives. Prof. Dr. Malcolm Bennett, University of Nottingham, UK|
|05.02.2014||Neo-functionalisation of the flowering pathway for vegetative storage-organ formation in potato, Christian Bachem, Dept. of Plant Sciences, Wageningen-UR |
|11.02.2014||"Understanding Root Behavior" Prof.Dr.Dario Floreano, Director of the laboratory of Intelligent Systems, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland|
List of passed Seminars of the Year 2013:
For more information, please contact Dr. Ralf Metzner, Forschungszentrum Jülich, IBG-2 (firstname.lastname@example.org).