Training

SCHOOLS

COST FA1405 Training School “ Detection and Identification of Microorganisms in Plants and Arthropods”

Organizers: Benedicte Albrectsen (Umeå University, SE, coordinator), Judith Felten (SLU), Nathaniel Street (UmU), and Natuschka Lee (UmU).

Location: Umeå University Campus, Sweden.
Dates: 8-10 October 2018
Number of trainees: maximum 30
Application: Deadline 25 August 2018; CLOSED

Contents: The training school offers introduction to techniques related to microorganism identification in plants and insects relevant to plants. Insight into isolation and inoculation methods, FISH and other in situ detections, and the possibility to discuss and plan strategies for analyses of metagenomics data. Participants are encouraged to bring their own sample(s). Further info here

Trainee allowance: accepted trainees will get an allowance of 500 euros to cover part of their travel and accommodation costs.

 

COST FA1405 Training School “Beginners course in ecological network analysis of multi-species interactions”

Organizers: Paula Baptista and Alison Bennett
Trainers: Darren M. Evans, U.Newcastle, UK and Michael J.O. Pocock, CEH, UK
Target audience: MSc, PhD students and post-PhD researchers from Ecology, Biology, Agriculture, Biotechnology, Mathematical Modelling and others who aim to acquire broad understanding of the conceptual description of ecological networks.
Location: School of Agriculture (ESA), Polytechnic Institute of Bragança (IPB), Portugal.
Dates: 30 October – 1 November 2017
Number of trainees: maximum 12
Trainee allowance: accepted trainees will get an allowance of 500 euros to cover part of their travel and accommodation costs. Application: Send a short CV and motivation letter to Paula Baptista (pbaptista@ipb.pt) by 16 October 2017.

 

COST FA1405 Training School “Plant hormones and metabolites: Techniques and data processing”

Location: Department of Ciencias Experiemntales y del Medio Natural, Universitat Jaume I., Castellón, Spain.
Trainers: Paloma Sánchez Bel, Victoria Pastor, Radomira Vankova, Pierre Petriac, Luis Valledor and Víctor Flors
Dates: 11-13 September 2017
Limited to 12 students
CONTACT: Víctor Flors flors@uji.es

 

COST FA1405 Training School “Systems biology approaches to multi-way interactions”

Friday February 3rd 2017

Event website

marko.petek@nib.si

The Training school will take place in Ljubljana (Slovenia) right after the COST FA1405 Annual Meeting, and is  jointly organized by the National Institute of Biology and the Faculty of Computer and Information Science.

The goal of this one-day training school is to provide an opportunity for young researchers with a biology background to get acquainted with systems biology approaches to understand molecular mechanisms underlying multi-way biological interactions.

 

COST FA1405  Training School “Meta-analysis”

There will be a Training School, given by Prof. Julia Koricheva (Royal Holloway, U. London),  on how to perform meta-analysis on the 27-9 July 2016, at SCENE (the University of Glasgow Field Station on the shores of beautiful Loch Lomond in Scotland.  The goal is to provide background and hands-on experience for performing meta-analysis of research data. The course will cover database structure, analysis types and programs, and common pitfalls in meta-analyses  (for the programme click HERE).

Beginers course in ecological network analysis of multi-species interactions

30 October -1 November, Polytechnic Institute of Bragança (IPB), Portugal.

Training School on Detection and Identification of Microorganisms in Plants and Arthropods

8-10 October 2018 at Umeå University Campus, Sweden.

Training School on Plant Volatiles

12-13 September at iDiv, Leipzig, Germnay

Training School on Plant hormones and metabolites: Techniques and data processing

11-13 September 2017 at Universitat Jaume I., Castellón, Spain

Training School on Systems biology approaches to multi-way interactions

3 February, 2017 at the National Institute of Biology and the Faculty of Computer and Information Science, Ljubljana (Slovenia)

Training School on Meta-analysis

27-29 July 2016, at SCENE (the University of Glasgow Field Station) on the shores of beautiful Loch Lomond in Scotland