We are pleased to announce the 2nd international meeting on
Conference registration & welcome reception take place on Sunday evening 28 August. For those interested, we will organize a post-conference excursion to the Åland Islands to visit the classic metapopulation study system 1-3 September, more information here.
Research carried out on plant-pathogen interactions has provided breakthroughs in how ecological, molecular and evolutionary dynamics are coupled to produce the patterns on infection we observe in nature. This conference brings together scientists working in cutting edge areas of plant-pathogen interactions including coevolution, epidemiology, evolutionary genomics, pathogen movement across the agro-ecological interface and community level processes.
Janis Antonovics (University of Virginia)
Jeremy Burdon (CSIRO Canberra)
Pascal Frey (INRA, University of Lorraine)
Greg Gilbert (University of California, Santa Cruz)
Eric Holub (University of Warwick)
Michael Hood (Amherst College)
Anna-Liisa Laine (University of Helsinki)
Ales Lebeda (Palacky University, Olomouc)
Marie-Laure Desprez-Loustau (INRA)
Bruce McDonald (ETH Zurich)
Erin Mordecai (Stanford University)
Alison G. Power (Cornell University)
Laura Rose (Heinrich-Heine-Universität)
Michael Shaw (University of Reading)
Samuel Soubeyrand (INRA)
Eva Stukenbrock (Kiel University & MPI for Evolutionary Biology)
John Walsh (University of Warwick)
There will not be a printed abstract book, but you can load it as a pdf from here. We will give you a printed version of program and Helsinki down town map.
28.8. Pre-conference cocktail party & registration at Natural History Museum
Address Pohjoinen Rautatiekatu 13
6:30 pm – 9 pm
29.8. Talks and poster session in the University Main Building
Address Unioninkatu 34, 3rd floor, auditorium XIV
9 am – 5:15 pm
Dinner at Suomenlinna 7:30 pm
30.8. Haltia, the Finnish Nature Centre in national Park Nuuksio
8:30 am Bus leaves from Mikonkatu-street, on the side of Railway Station Square
9:30 – 2:15 pm talks in Haltia
2:30 pm Nuuksio excursions (short hike or visiting the exhibition in Haltia)
5 pm Bus leaves back to Helsinki
31.8. Talks and poster session in the University Main Building
Address Unioninkatu 34, 4th floor, auditorium XV
9 am – 6 pm
On Tuesday when we visit the Nuuksio National Park for those interested we will do a short hike in the forest in the afternoon. The terrain is not difficult but please take comfortable shoes and be prepared for the possibility of rain.
Hotel Arthur offers rooms for our conference guests with prizes 99€ (single room) and 119 (double room) /night. Make the reservation by e-mail or phone and remember to mention reservation code WPP2016. Sales service: email@example.com, +3589-1734 4200. Reception: firstname.lastname@example.org, +3589-173 441. Sales service is open Mo-Thu 08.00-17.00 and Fr 08.00-16.00.
Hotel Seurahuone offers rooms for our conference guests with prizes 126,50€ (single room) and 145,15 (double room) /night. Make the reservation by e-mail (email@example.com) or phone (+3589-69141) and remember to mention reservation code Wild Plant Pathosystems.
Registration opens on 14 March and closes on 31 May 2016 here. Please note that number of participants is limited and slots will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis. The registration fee is 250 euros (150 euros MSc and PhD students) and conference dinner including boat trip to Suomenlinna is 75 euros.
Please submit your abstract at latest on 31 May here.
Payment. Bank transfer:
IBAN – account number: FI2216603000077738
Message: WPP16 and the name of participant.
If you want to pay with credit card, choose that option while registering.
If you have anything to ask about payments, please contact Krista Raveala (firstname.lastname@example.org). All payments must be received by 2 June 2016.
Conference website: http://allaine.it.helsinki.fi/?p=244
Contact: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Helen Alexander (USA)
Prof. Janis Antonovics (USA)
Dr. Jeremy Burdon (Australia)
Prof. Anna-Liisa Laine (Finland)
Prof. Aleš Lebeda (Czech Republic)
Prof. Bruce McDonald (Switzerland)
Prof. Laura Rose (Germany)
Prof. Michael Shaw (UK)
Prof. Eva Stukenbrock (Germany)
Prof. Marco Thines (Germany)
Dr. Peter Thrall (Australia)
Dr. John Walsh (UK)