International seminar series on dinophytes
Because of the current pandemic, we have been unable to meet each other. This is a shame because such meetings are crucial to keep our community connected.
To overcome this, in line with the DINO/ICHA-conferences, we invite you to participate in:
Our biweekly 20 minute seminars + 10 minute questions via ZOOM, starting in May 2021 (We'll try to choose timeslots that are convenient with your time zone) please note that the scheduled time is Central European Summer Time (GMT+2).
This can be about anything related to dinophytes / dinocysts (for example about taxonomy, phylogeny, evolution, life-history, toxins, pigments, transcriptomics, (paleo)ecology, stratigraphy, functional traits, ...).
If you would like to attend these seminars or present such a seminar, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll provide you the necessary information.
We specifically ask postdocs, PhD students, MSc students to propose seminars.
This is a good way to showcase your research to a group of specialists.
The organizing committee (Kenneth Mertens, Vera Pospelova and Marc Gottschling).
|Day and time||Speaker||Title||Link to Abstract||Zoom link1|
|Thursday 23 September at 5pm (CEST, GMT+2)||Dr. Raffaele Siano, Ifremer, DYNECO Centre de Brest, France.||Back to the past: sedimentary archives revealed dinoflagellate communities shifts and species adaptations due to human impact in the Bay of Brest (France).||Abstract||Join Zoom meeting
|Monday 6 September at 5pm (CEST, GMT+2)||Prof. Dr. Karin Zonneveld, MARUM, Center for Marine Environmental Sciences, University of Bremen, Germany.||Where do dinoflagellate cysts in marine sediments come from?||Abstract||Join Zoom meeting|
|Monday 23 August at 5pm (CEST, GMT+2)||Vincent Coussin, Laboratoire Géosciences Océans (LGO, UBO, IUEM, UMR 6538), Brest, France.||Marine and continental palynological evidence for the understanding of modern environments in the Western Mediterranean Sea (Algerian margin and Gulf of Lion).||Abstract||Join Zoom meeting|
|Thursday 15 July at 5pm (CEST, GMT+2)||Prof. Dr. Marc Gottschling, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany.||The importance of the epitype concept for reliable species determination in protists such as dinophytes.||Abstract||Join Zoom meeting|
|Thursday 1 July at 5pm (CEST, GMT+2)||Dr. Natalia Annenkova, Limnological Institute, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Irkutsk.||Dinoflagellates, which live or probably live in the ancient Lake Baikal: single cell and DNA metabarcoding studies.||Abstract||Join Zoom meeting|
|Tuesday 15 June 5pm (CEST, GMT+2)||Francesc Rubió Garrido, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain.||Ostreopsis cf. ovata: A friendly dinoflagellate who likes to attach to different macroalgae and to a bryozoan.||Abstract||Join Zoom meeting|
|Tuesday 1 June 4pm (CEST, GMT+2)||Prof. Linda Medlin, Marine Biological Association of the UK, Plymouth, UK.||Recent advances in biosensors for the detection of toxic algae.||Abstract||Join Zoom meeting|
|Wednesday 19 May 4pm (CEST, GMT+2)||Dr. Coralie Zorzi, Université de Bordeaux, France.||Paleoceanographical changes of the Plio-Pleistocene based on marine palynological approach at ODP Sites 882 and 887, western and eastern North Pacific.||Abstract||Join Zoom meeting|
|Thursday 6 May 12:30pm (CEST, GMT+2)||Prof. Shauna Murray, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia.||Ciguatera and Gambierdiscus species in Australia and the Pacific.||Abstract||Join Zoom meeting|
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