Seminars and Events

Invited speakers present their work

Topics in Plant Biology presented by invited speakers

 

**Presentations will be in person or online. Detailed information will be provided in advance. Interested students, which are not already registered, please contact Sandra Ryf, sandra.ryf@ips.unibe.ch**

 

Location

Institute of Plant Sciences
Altenbergrain 21, main auditorium

Time

Mondays during the semester at 16:15-17:30 h

Spring Semester 2022

Date

 Speaker / Lecture Title                        

Organiser

21.02.2022
28.02.2022

07.03.2022

14.03.2022

21.03.2022 Prof. Dr. Edouard Davin, Wyss Academy for Nature, University of Bern
Nature-based Solutions for climate change adaptation and mitigation
Prof. Dr. Eric Allan / Prof. Dr. Markus Fischer
28.03.2022
**Starting time: 15:15**
Dr. Todd Blevins, Institut de biologie moléculaire des plantes (CNRS), Strasbourg
Non-coding RNA polymerases in plants: from genome surveillance to growth regulation
Prof. Dr. Pauline Jullien
04.04.2022 Prof. Dr. Suayb Üstün, University of Tübingen, Germany
Two NAC transcription factors mediate the trade-off between proteasome activation and energy metabolism
Prof. Dr. Pauline Jullien
11.04.2022

25.04.2022
**Starting time: 16:00**
Prof. Dr. Cyril Zipfl, UZH, Zurich
Perception and functions of phytocytokines
Prof. Dr. Christelle Robert
02.05.2022
09.05.2022
**Cancelled - will take place on May 30**
Prof. Dr. Charlotte Grossiord, EPFL, Lausanne
Heat, drought and vapor pressure deficit impacts on tree physiological functions.
Prof. Dr. Eric Allan
16.05.2022 Prof. Dr. Rosa Lozano-Duran, University of Tübingen
The cell snatchers: plant manipulation by geminiviruses
Prof. Dr. Matthias Erb / Dr. Lei Wang
23.05.2022 Dr. Katalin Csilléry, WSL Birmensdorf
A world-wide database of genetic diversity and species distributions - GenDivRange: a new resource for evolutionary and biodiversity research
Prof. Dr. Willy Tinner / Dr. Christoph Schwörer
30.05.2022 Prof. Dr. Charlotte Grossiord, EPFL, Lausanne
Heat, drought and vapor pressure deficit impacts on tree physiological functions.
Prof. Dr. Eric Allan