Macroalgae-bacteria interactions promoting
algal growth and development
University of Jena, Germany, 11-12 Sept 2017
The mean focus of the Workshop is on the cross-kingdom interactions between macroalgae and bacteria.
The two-days multi national workshop is limited to 50 participants and will cover various aspects of macroalgae-bacteria interactions including chemical ecology, evolutionary ecology, symbiosis and analytical tools.
The workshop is open to everyone interested in growth and morphogenesis of macroalgae. Current topics are presented by invited speakers, early stage researchers and students. If you want to give an oral presentation, please send an abstract (300 words) with your registration.
Black Forest, Germany, 13-16 Sept 2016
Phycomoph organises jointly with the "Black Forest Summer School" a Bioinformatics workshop in Sep2016
Kavala, Greece, 15-19 February 2016
Seaweed mariculture is often considered as the most environmentally friendly form of aquaculture: it requires little or no input of fertilisers, does not cause any major physical alterations of the environment, and can be used to mediate eutrophication and pollution. Seaweed cultivation, a basement for seaweed aquaculture, needs to be further improved and major bottlenecks to be solved, especially those related to the control of the life cycle and of the developmental steps.
The workshop will focus on both cultivated seaweeds and models for basic research in developmental phycology.