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Side events

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Monday 24th october

 

Annual meeting of the ‘Biological Invasions' GDR - Palais du Pharo (on invitation only) - PROGRAMME

Restitution session of the PEPS-CNRS initiative on Mangrove functionning - Palais du Pharo (invitation only)

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Tuesday 25th october

Coffe break

10h45-11h15 - Salle 120 - Early Career Program \ Coffee time with the plenary speaker  (REGISTER HERE)

Interact directly with the plenary speaker, by asking him/her questions in a more informal environment than a big conference hall.
 
Lunch break

13h15-14h30 - Salle 120 - Early Career Program \ 'Midi publi'   (REGISTER HERE)

Adam Wheeler - Wiley Publishing (40min) - Learn more about the publishing process and learn top tips to improve the quality of your manuscript, from abstract to conclusion, and to make it stand out. A large part of the session will be allocated to Q&As. 
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Romain David, IMBE (15min) - Learn about Open Access, open data, data papers, data sensibility and property and the debate around it and why. Note that the talk about Open Access is aimed at presentating the concept and why it creates debate only.
 

13h15-14h30 - Auditorium - ERC (the European Research Council): Funding Opportunities in Europe for Creative Minds from Anywhere in the World (open access)

Ines Marin-Moreno - Learn more about ERC's funding schemes and some tips to prepare a good proposal
 
Late afternoon

18h30-20h00 - Salle 92 - GDR PlasPhen and RTP3é & SFE Thematic Group'Genetic and non-genetic heredity': (open access)

Round table on genetic and epigenetic heredity
 
18h30-20h00 - Auditorium - SFE Thematic Group 'Agricultural ecology': (open access)
Discussion about the thematic group
 

18h00-21h30 - Salle 120 - GASBI (Groupe d échanges entre Aménageurs et Scientifiques autour de la Biodiversité et  des Infrastructures) (Invitation only)

Retours sur un projet de réseau où chercheurs et aménageurs se rencontrent pour parler biodiversité et infrastructures

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Wednesday 26th october

Lunch break

13h15-14h15 - Salle 120Early Career Program \ 'Midi reseaux'   (REGISTER HERE)

Meet other early career ecologists and networks that provide tools and activities for early career ecologists (ex: INNGE, Futur Earth, Salon de l'Ecologie, AFIE, SFE, ...)
 
13h15-14h15 - Auditorium - SFE Thematic Group 'Long-term studies in ecology': (open access)
Discussion about the thematic group
 
Late afternoon
18h30 -20h00 - Salle Estaque - CESAB (Centre for the synthesis and analysis of biodiversity) - Restitution workshop on CESAB funded projects with the PACA region (Invitation only)
 

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Thursday 27th october

Coffe break

10h00-10h45 - Salle 120 Early Career Program \ Coffee time with the plenary speaker   (REGISTER HERE)

Interact directly with the plenary speaker, by asking him/her questions in a more informal environment than a big conference hall.
 
 
 
 
 Lunch break
12h45-14h15 - Auditorium - SFE Thematic Group 'Landscape ecology': (open access)
Discussion about this new thematic group
 
17h15-18h30 - Salle - Roundtable Small Mediterranean Islands (PIM Initiative) (open access): Management and conservation of small Mediterranean islands: which interfaces between ecological sciences, humanities and land-managers?

This roundtable aims to compare the various perceptions of scientists in ecology and humanities, and land-managers interested by the thematic of conservation and management of Mediterranean small islands facing global change.

This roundtable (1h30) will take place Thursday, October 27 afternoon, after the symposium "Ecological and biogeographical implications of global change on insular biodiversity".

It will be conducted by Fabrice Bernard (Delegate Europe & International Conservatoire du Littoral / PIM Initiative) and Frédéric Médail (Professor at the University of Aix-Marseille / IMBE).

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Friday 28th october

 
Annual meeting of the ‘Chemical ecology' GDR - AMU St Charles (on invitation only)

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