Our society depends on plants. Experimental Plant Sciences study the fundamental life processes of plants at different organizational levels, from molecules and cells to whole plants and ecosystems. The goal of these studies is to understand how plants develop and how they function in, and adapt to, continuously changing and often hostile environments. In this summer school, an attractive program is provided in which experts in the field will highlight different aspects of environmental signaling in plants. Additional speakers will be selected from submitted abstracts. Moreover, there will be ample opportunity for discussions during the poster viewing sessions.
The 11th International Utrecht PhD Summer School on Environmental Signaling PhD Summer School offers an attractive program with many expert speakers in the field of environmental signaling in plants. In addition to the invited speakers, there are 3 parallel sessions in the program for oral presentations by PhD students that will be selected from submitted abstracts. Moreover, there will be ample opportunity for discussions with speakers and fellow PhD students during breaks/lunch and the poster viewing session. The meeting is especially attractive for PhD students, but the program will also be of interest to post-docs and senior scientists. The summer school is truly international; in past years it has attracted students from many European countries and even from outside Europe. We hope to see you this summer in the beautiful and lively historic city of Utrecht! Click here for more information about the lectures.
The meeting is especially attractive for PhD students, but the program will also be of interest to post-docs and senior scientists.
Aim of the course
Deepen our understanding of how plants develop and how they function in, and adapt to, continuously changing and often hostile environments
12 plenary lectures, 3 parallel sessions, poster session.
The registration fee for the program will be:
€ 275 – for PhD students of the Graduate School Experimental Plant Sciences (EPS),
€ 330 – for others (non-EPS PhD students, post-docs and senior scientists),
€ 440 – for participants from industry
This fee includes abstract book, coffee/tea/drinks, lunch, and a dinner party on Tuesday evening in the botanical gardens of the Utrecht University.
For the latest information on the 11th Utrecht PhD Summer School “Environmental Signaling in Plants”, please check https://eps.sites.uu.nl/
Marcel Proveniers, firstname.lastname@example.org