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ITES Research Day - rDay 2016

On Friday, 9th September 2016 at 1:00 pm the ITES community will gather to celebrate the breadth of excellent research within the Institute of Terrestrial Ecosystems (ITES). rDAY 2016 is the official research day of ITES and was started 4 years ago as rDAY 2012. The aim of this event is to provide a unique opportunity for graduate students, postdocs and academic staff to present the diversity and importance of their scientific work to the wider ITES community. This will hopefully foster a greater awareness of the activities of the different groups at ITES, and facilitate collaboration across the institute.

rDAY 2016 will include a mixture of short talks and poster presentations, combined with plenty of time for less structured discussion.

We look forward to your active participation – please register for this event by deadline 31st July 2016.

The tentative schedule is provided below, but we will provide a detailed programme nearer to the time:  

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Program

Program    
1.00pm Opening by Rainer Schulin CHN C14
Group talks Session chair by Jana von Freyberg
 
1.20pm Forest Ecology is presented by Prof. Harald Bugman  
1.40pm Ecosystem Management is presented by Prof. Jaboury Ghazoul  
2.00pm Soil Protection is presented by Prof. Rainer Schulin  
2.20pm Group photo  
2.40pm Posters discussions over coffee
Lichthof, Green Floor
Group talks Session chair by Alexander Beer CHN C14
3.40pm Landuse Engineering is presented by Prof. Hans Rudolf Heinimann  
4.00pm Landscape Ecology is presented by Dr. Loïc Chalmandrier  
4.20pm Physics of Environmental Systems is presented by Prof. James Kirchner  
4.40pm Forest Management and Development is presented by Anne Dray and Nicole Ponta  
5.00pm Posters discussions over Apero riche Lichthof, Green Floor
6.00pm End
 
 
 
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