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Visions for a Sustainable Agriculture - in coll. with CUSO

3-5 May 2023

 

A course in collaboration with the CUSO Doctoral Programs in Ecology & Evolution (E&E) and Microbial Sciences.

Organizers: Prof. Ted Turlings, Prof. Pilar Junier, Prof. Betty Benrey.

 

Venue: Neuchâtel 

Objectives

To learn about and reflect on the challenges for a sustainable agriculture that provides food security for future generations.

Speakers

  • TBD

Content

The objective of this workshop is to learn about and reflect on the challenges for a sustainable agriculture that provides food security for future generations.

During the workshop you will be confronted with the challenges that researchers and policy makers are facing in their efforts to assure food security for future generations in a sustainable manner.

 

The focus will be on developing countries and the workshop will also be attended by students from the master module Sustainable Agriculture and by foreign alumni who completed the Master of Advanced Studies in Integrated Crop Management (MAS-ICM, in collaboration with CABI, Delemont).

The workshop will mix talks from experts, roundtable discussions and group work on defined topics which will be chosen during the workshop.

 
 

 

General information

Dates: 3-5 May 2023 (3 days)

Schedule: 9.00-17.00

Venue: University of Neuchâtel room F200, (and TBD for group discussions).

Information: Please contact Prof. Ted Turlings or the doctoral school coordinator

Registration free 

 

Registration

This course is open and free to PhD students and mandatory to UniNE IPM master students. External prospect participants can register, but priority is given to DPOB, CUSO E&E & CUSO Microbial Sciences PhD students until 20.04. 2022

Maximum number of participants: 35

Registration: Close for now

Please note the cancellation policy (CHF 30).

Deadline

Credits

Credits: 1.5

Category: Scientific activity (S)