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Summer School 2014

Applications deadline: April, 21th, 2014

Biotic interactions: From genes to ecosystems
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You are studying for a Master degree this year? You are a PhD student or a post-doc? Apply now for an original international Summer School in a stunning location... This summer school, combining plant biology and ecology, hosts up to 25 students...

Please find attached our invitation to attend the third International Summer School “From genes to ecosystems” (12-18 July 2014).

This Summer School in Integrative Ecology and Biology in english is part of the TULIP Labex (Laboratory of Excellence) training program of the  and will take place in the French Pyrenees in a grandiose scenery at the foot of the well-known “Pic du Midi”, a 2800m-high mountain with one of the last functional astronomy observatories in Europe.

Some international researchers will participate to this event. Below the list of those who have already confirmed their participation:


Summer school 2014 TULIP

Through plenary lectures and workshops, the program will cover many features of organism-organism interactions from both ecological and biological points of view. The programme will also include visit of unique place like the Experimental Ecology Center of CNRS in Moulis... At a glance :

  • Actively participate in elaborating research projects during workshops,
  • Meet experts from Toulouse and other internationally renowned laboratories,
  • Enjoy the inspiring Pyrenees location chosen for the Summer School.


Free accommodation is provided for all participants, limited in number to a total of 25 (undergraduate, graduate and post-docs)

2014

BADET

Thomas

CAMPOY-CORBALAN

josé

CONSTANTIN

maria ermioni

COUDRAIN

valérie

FAILLACE

cara

GEROFOTIS

christos

GNECCHI RUSCONE

guido

ISSAR

swastika

JIANG

gaofei

KALACHOVA

tetiana

LIU

mengyun

LIU

mingchun

MARERI

lavinia

PEJOVIC

ivana

PITTERA

justine

PUPPO

pamela

RAMIREZ PRADO

juan sebastian

SADAR

nadja

SCHUBERT

ramona

SCHWARZMULLER

florian

TAHERI

shabnam

ZHANG

lihong