We are delighted to share with you the 3rd Circular and Maps with the detailed program of the 4th UV4Plants meeting, which include information about all the speakers and venues.
Looking forward to seeing you in Kraków!
For the local organizing committee: Justyna Łabuz, Agnieszka Katarzyna Banaś, Wojciech Strzałka
For UV4Plants Association: Prof. Gareth I. Jenkins, President
UV4Plants wishes to encourage members to organize short virtual workshops. They would be valuable in spreading expertise and promoting collaborations. Workshops could be held at any time. The contribution of ESRs would be explicitly appreciated. We invite expressions of interest from members in hosting a workshop. Please send proposals to the Secretary, UV4Plants (firstname.lastname@example.org). Submissions can be made at any time and should include the names of the proposed organizers; the proposed topic (with rationale for its selection and giving an outline of what will be covered in the workshop and who will be involved); duration and proposed dates; an indication of costs for attendees (if any) to cover costs of organization. However, if possible, participation should be free of charge for UV4Plants members. If desired, the Mattermost Platform can be used to support the meeting. UV4Plants will advertise the workshop and provide support to help it be successful.
A group of 21 plant UV-researchers came together on June 27 and 28, 2017 for a discussion-intensive workshop at Czech Globe in the south Moravian town of Brno in the Czech Republic. The workshop was organised by Drs. Otmar Urban (Czech Globe, Czech Republic) and Marcel Jansen (University College Cork, Ireland). The workshop brought together plant scientists with an interest in cross-talk between UV-B and other environmental drivers.
Subject: UV-B and Climate Change; impacts on plants and vegetation. Location: University College Cork, Ireland Dates: April 15-16, 2019 Organizer: Marcel A. K. Jansen Format: A small, discussion-intensive workshop that will focus on the interactive effects of UV-B and climate change on plants.
UV4Plants wishes to encourage members to host short workshops on specialist topics, for example, a particular technical approach or aspect of UV-B research. These workshops will be valuable in spreading expertise and promoting collaborations. Workshops would likely attract 10 to 25 people and could be held at any time.