Programme

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9:30

Welcome & Opening

Monika Hilker (Speaker of the CRC); Freie Universität Berlin

Major aims and structure of the CRC 973

 

 

GUEST LECTURES

9:55

Sergio Rasmann (University of Lausanne, Switzerland)

Transgenerationally induced priming of plant defence against herbivores

10:25

Markus Kollmann (Universität Düsseldorf, Germany)

Optimal information processing strategies of microbes

  Coffee Break
11:10

Bernd Müller-Röber, CRC 973, Universität Potsdam

Introduction to Project Area A of the CRC

   

GUEST LECTURES

11:15  

Claudia Jonak (GMI, Austria)

Metabolic adaptation, redox balance and signalling in response to salt stress

11:45  

Anna Amtmann (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)

The role of histone modifications for somativ stress memory in plants

  Lunch
13:30

Anke Steppuhn, CRC 973, Freie Universität Berlin

Introduction to Project Area B of the CRC

   

GUEST LECTURES

13:35 

Saskia van Wees (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)

Making sense out of signalling during plant defence

14:05 

Jurriaan Ton (University of Sheffield, United Kingdom)

How "innate" is the plant immune system?

14:35

Thomas Schmülling, CRC 973, Freie Universität Berlin

Introduction to Project Area C of the CRC

   

GUEST LECTURES

14:40 

Bart Thomma (Wageningen University, The Netherlands)

Conserved fungal effectors mediate disease establishment in plants

15:10  

Irute Meskiene (MFPL, Austria)

Regulation of stress-induced cell signalling

  Coffee Break
16:00

Discussion Forum

International scientists meet CRC PhD students