The PHYCONET Annual Meeting 2015 will be held as a 1-day workshop on Wednesday, 26th August during the European Phycological Congress in London.

 

Registration is now open via www.eventbrite.com/e/phyconet-annual-conference-2015-tickets-17274761276. This event is free (however, those wishing to attend EPC6 itself must register at www.epc6.com and pay the EPC6 registration fee).

 

Confirmed speakers for the workshop include:

  • Vitor Verdelho (A4F, President of the European Algae Biomass Association)
  • Mike Allen (Plymouth Marine Laboratory)
  • Carole Llewellyn (Swansea University)
  • Tom Bibby (University of Southampton)
  • Pattanathu Rahman (TeeGene Biotech Ltd)
  • Michael Graz & Almero Barnard (Neem Biotech Ltd)

 

There will be a session for early-careers researchers for students and postdoctoral researchers to showcase their work; if you would like a 20-minute slot in this session, please submit your title, author and institution details and abstract to networkmanager@phyconet.org.uk by Monday, 20th July. Costs will be covered for invited speakers.

 

There will also be a poster session. Posterboards will accommodate A0 or A1 posters. If you wish to present a poster, please submit your title, author and institution details and abstract to networkmanager@phyconet.org.uk by Monday, 20th July.

 

There will be a prize for best early career researcher presentation and poster presentation.

 

This will be a members-only event; if you would like to attend and are not a member of PHYCONET, please complete the membership form at www.phyconet.org.uk/membership.

 

Further details and advice about attending the meeting can be obtained from networkmanager@phyconet.org.uk.

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