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IPVE 2016

Tentative programme

PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

 

Sunday
5 June

Monday
6 June

Tuesday
7 June

Wednesday
8 June

Thursday
9 June

Friday
10 June

 

 

Arrival

Registration

Thematic session

Thematic session

Thematic session

Thematic session

Opening

Coffee break

Coffee break

Coffee break

Coffee break

Thematic session

Thematic session

Thematic session

Thematic session

Thematic session

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Thematic session

Thematic session

 

Visit (INRA or Les Baux de Provence)

+ Wine tasting

 

Thematic session

Thematic session

Coffee break

Coffee break

Coffee break

 

Farewell

Posters

Posters

Posters

ICPVE business meeting

Popes’s palace visit

Evening free

Welcome reception

Evening free

Evening free

Rhone cruise + Gala dinner

THEMATIC SESSIONS

The symposium will include plenary thematic sessions and poster sessions. Each thematic session will start with a keynote address delivered by a leading expert, followed by short oral communications selected by the scientific committee among submitted abstracts.

 

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Tribute to Mike Thresh

Michael IRWIN
University of Illinois
Urbana, USA

Etiology and diagnostic

Judith BROWN
University of Arizona
Tucson, USA

Virus evolution and molecular epidemiology

Fernando GARCÍA-ARENAL
Centre for Plant Biotechnology and Genomics
Madrid, SPAIN

Virus-vector interactions

Stéphane BLANC
INRA
Montpellier, FRANCE

Quantitative epidemiology and modelling, vector dynamics

Frank van den BOSCH
Rothamsted Research
Harpenden, UK

Control methods, sustainable management of plant virus diseases

Brenda COUTTS
Dept of Agriculture and Food Western Australia
Perth, AUSTRALIA