The C.T. De Wit Graduate School Production Ecology & Resource Conservation at Wageningen University in collaboration with the University of Florida, is offering a 6-day Postgraduate Course for PhD candidates and other academics entitled “Fundamentals of Crop Physiology in a Changing World.”
The course is scheduled from June 3-8, 2018 in Hotel de Bosrand, Ede, the Netherlands. Course lecturers include Frank Ewert, Ken Boote, Pierre Martre, Paul Struik, Xinyou Yin, Jochem Evers, Melanie Correll, and many others. The course will focus on the fundamental knowledge and insight one must have about crops to be able to adapt agronomic practices to the changing world. The toolbox in this course will be a variety of plant and crop models. The overall goal of this course is to understand the effects of temperature, light, CO2, and water on the carbon source-sink relationships of plants and to improve the underlying models.
Fee: The workshop is a self funded opportunity whose registration fee varies according to person as well as discount applicable for early bred registrants.
- PhD candidates of Wageningen University and University of Florida € 300 (Early Bird)- € 350 (Regular)
- Other PhDs, postdocs and staff members of organizing institutes € 750 (Early Bird) – € 800 (Regular)
- All others € 1.000 (Early Bird) € 1.050 (Regular)
Workshop Duration: 3 – 8 June 2018
Venue: Hotel de Bosrand, Ede, the Netherlands
Deadline: Open Till Workshop Starts
Registration: Online Form
More information can be obtained from Dr. Claudius van de Vijver (PE&RC) on Phone: +31 (0) 317 485116 or through email: email@example.com