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Deadline for Submission : February 15th, 2023

Results will be announced around March 31st, 2023.

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Abstract submission topics and sub-topics

  • 01.01 BIOLOGICAL CONTROL - Part 1: The importance of augmentative biocontrol and plant microbiome function for plant health
  • 01.02 BIOLOGICAL CONTROL - Part 2: The importance of augmentative biocontrol and plant microbiome function for plant health
  • 01.03 Bacteriophages: ecological roles and potential applications against bacterial plant pathogens
  • 01.04 Particle based delivery of biomolecules for crop protection
  • 01.05 PROGRESS IN DISEASE CONTROL - Part1
  • 01.06 POST-HARVEST - Part 1: Interactions of postharvest pathogens with the host and its microbiome
  • 01.07 Synergism/antagonism between microbial pathogens and disease complexes: implications in epidemiology and management
  • 02.01 New Developments in Fungicide Resistance
  • 02.02 One health impact of resistance to antibiotics and fungicides in plant pathogens
  • 02.03 PROGRESS IN DISEASE CONTROL - Part1
  • 02.04 PROGRESS IN DISEASE CONTROL - Part2
  • 02.05 POST-HARVEST - Part 2: Sustainable managements of postharvest diseases: new technologies and approaches
  • 03.01 Development of Molecular Diagnostic Tools for Plant Pathogens in a Globalizing World
  • 03.02 High throughput sequencing approaches for the detection of pathogens
  • 03.03 RISK ASSESSMENT for plant pathogens key tool for biosecurity under global changes
  • 03.04 Mind the Gap: Innovation and Opportunities in Seed Health testing
  • 03.05 Germplasm seed movement and global plant health
  • 03.06 Re-emergence of tobamoviruses threatening global vegetable production
  • 03.07 Advances in the use of novel monitoring programs and exotic sentinel trees to detect incipient threats posed by forest pathogens in forest ecosystems
  • 03.08 Latest advancements in knowledge and management of Ralstonia species
  • 03.09 Pathovars of Pseudomonas and Xanthomonas spp.: do they really exist?
  • 04.01 A mechanistic approach of the varietal mixture effects on plant pathogens
  • 04.01 Bacteriophages: ecological roles and potential applications against bacterial plant pathogens
  • 04.01 Controlling Globally Developing Disease Threats of Banana
  • 04.02 Current and emerging forest pathology issues
  • 04.03 Endophytes and diseases
  • 04.04 Impact of scientific advances in plant health
  • 04.05 Impact of war and conflicts in plant pathology research and food safety of countries
  • 04.06 Latest advancements in knowledge and management of Ralstonia species
  • 04.07 Particle based delivery of biomolecules for crop protection
  • 04.08 Plant protection potential of persistent (cryptic) viruses in fungi, plants and insect vectors of plant
  • 04.09 POST-HARVEST - Part 2: Sustainable managements of postharvest diseases: new technologies and approaches
  • 04.10 POST-HARVEST - Part 3: Eco-epidemiological perspectives generating new concepts on postharvest
  • 04.11 PROGRESS IN DISEASE CONTROL - Part1
  • 04.12 PROGRESS IN DISEASE CONTROL - Part2
  • 04.13 Resilience in soil health and disease suppression
  • 04.14 Synergism/antagonism between microbial pathogens and disease complexes: implications in epidemiology and management
  • 04.15 Vectors/mechanism of vection
  • 05.01 Emerging Phytophthora’s Tackling Global Outbreaks that Impact Food security
  • 05.02 Food Security for Sustainable Food Systems
  • 05.03 Impact of scientific advances in plant health
  • 05.04 Impact of war and conflicts in plant pathology research and food safety of countries
  • 05.05 Mycotoxins
  • 05.06 RISK ASSESSMENT for plant pathogens key tool for biosecurity under global changes
  • 06.01 Towards structure-based design of disease resistance genes
  • 06.02 Insights in Plant Immune Receptors
  • 06.03 CRISPR crops: plant Genome Editing Toward Disease Resistance
  • 06.04 A mechanistic approach of the varietal mixture effects on plant pathogens
  • 06.05 Plant pathogens interactions in multi stress conditions (abiotic and biotic stresses): viruses and other pathogens?
  • Sub-topic 06.06 Plant responses to pathogen
  • 06.07 From the deciphering of host pathogen interactions to disease management: the Leptosphaeria maculans /rapeseed case study
  • 06.08 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: interactions with parasitic plants
  • 06.09 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-bacteria interactions
  • 06.10 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-fungus interactions
  • 06.11 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-nematode interactions
  • 06.12 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-oomycetes interactions
  • 06.13 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-virus interactions
  • 07.01 At the heart of disease emergence: Determinants and consequences of host range contours of plant pathogens
  • 07.02 Bioinvasion in the urban environment: pathways, early warning, mitigation measures, institutional frameworks and policy implementation
  • 07.03 Current and emerging forest pathology issues
  • 07.04 Development of Molecular Diagnostic Tools for Plant Pathogens in a Globalizing World
  • 07.05 Germplasm seed movement and global plant health
  • 07.06 Mind the Gap: Innovation and Opportunities in Seed Health testing
  • 07.07 Plant pathogens interactions in multi stress conditions (abiotic and biotic stresses): viruses and other pathogens?
  • 07.08 Re-emergence of tobamoviruses threatening global vegetable production
  • 07.09 RISK ASSESSMENT for plant pathogens key tool for biosecurity under global changes
  • 08.01 APP-titude for social media in Plant Disease Research
  • 08.02 Impact of scientific advances in plant health
  • 08.03 Impact of war and conflicts in plant pathology research and food safety of countries
  • 08.04 Raising awareness of plants and ways of teaching plant pathology
  • 08.05 Social and cultural dimensions of international forest health
  • 09.01 The future of disease surveillance and prediction: Beyond the usual suspects.
  • 09.02 Advances in the use of novel monitoring programs and exotic sentinel trees to detect incipient threats posed by forest pathogens in forest ecosystems
  • 09.03 Tracing the long-distance pathways of aerial dissemination of plant pathogens
  • 09.04 At the heart of disease emergence: Determinants and consequences of host range contours of plant pathogens
  • 09.05 Bioinvasion in the urban environment: pathways, early warning, mitigation measures, institutional frameworks and policy implementation
  • 09.06 Current and emerging forest pathology issues
  • 09.07 Understanding emergence of pathogens in commercial and public forest ecosystems
  • 09.08 Germplasm seed movement and global plant health
  • 09.09 High throughput sequencing approaches for the detection of pathogens
  • 09.10 PROGRESS IN DISEASE CONTROL - Part2
  • 10.01 Mycotoxins
  • 10.02 Social and cultural dimensions of international forest health
  • 10.03 One health: impact of resistance to antibiotics and fungicides in plant pathogens
  • 11.01 RISK ASSESSMENT for plant pathogens key tool for biosecurity under global changes
  • 11.02 The future of disease surveillance and prediction: Beyond the usual suspects.
  • 12.01 Bacteriophages: ecological roles and potential applications against bacterial plant pathogens
  • 12.02 BIOLOGICAL CONTROL - Part 1: The importance of augmentative biocontrol and plant microbiome function for plant health
  • 12.03 BIOLOGICAL CONTROL - Part 2: The importance of augmentative biocontrol and plant microbiome function for plant health
  • 12.04 POST-HARVEST - Part 1: Interactions of postharvest pathogens with the host and its microbiome
  • 12.05 POST-HARVEST - Part 3: Eco-epidemiological perspectives generating new concepts on postharvest
  • 12.06 Re-emergence of tobamoviruses threatening global vegetable production
  • 12.07 Resilience in soil health and disease suppression
  • 12.08 Synergism/antagonism between microbial pathogens and disease complexes: implications in epidemiology and management
  • 12.09 The ecology plant viruses and epidemiology of the disease they cause: How fundamental ecological research in natural systems can inform and advance plant pathology
  • 12.10 The future of disease surveillance and prediction: Beyond the usual suspects.
  • 12.11 Vectors/mechanism of vection
  • 12.12 Viral modification of plant functions affecting interactions with vectors and other
  • 13.01 Tracing the long-distance pathways of aerial dissemination of plant pathogens
  • 13.02 Population genomics of plant pathogens
  • 13.03 A mechanistic approach of the varietal mixture effects on plant pathogens
  • 13.04 Advances in the use of novel monitoring programs and exotic sentinel trees to detect incipient threats posed by forest pathogens in forest ecosystems
  • 13.05 At the heart of disease emergence: Determinants and consequences of host range contours of plant pathogens
  • 13.06 Emerging Phytophthora’s Tackling Global Outbreaks that Impact Food security
  • 13.07 POST-HARVEST - Part 2: Sustainable managements of postharvest diseases: new technologies and approaches
  • 13.08 POST-HARVEST - Part 3: Eco-epidemiological perspectives generating new concepts on postharvest diseases and mycotoxins
  • 13.09 RISK ASSESSMENT for plant pathogens key tool for biosecurity under global changes
  • 13.10 Synergism/antagonism between microbial pathogens and disease complexes: implications in epidemiology and management
  • 13.11 The ecology plant viruses and epidemiology of the disease they cause: How fundamental ecological research in natural systems can inform and advance plant pathology
  • 13.12 Vectors/mechanism of vection
  • 14.01 Genome evolution in filamentous plant pathogens
  • 14.02 Population genomics of plant pathogens
  • 14.03 At the heart of disease emergence: Determinants and consequences of host range contours of plant pathogens
  • 14.04 Botryosphaeria dieback, which culture is affected, what we know and how to fight?
  • 14.05 Pathovars of Pseudomonas and Xanthomonas spp.: do they really exist?
  • 14.06 Re-emergence of tobamoviruses threatening global vegetable production
  • 15.01 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: interactions with parasitic plants
  • 15.02 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-bacteria interactions
  • 15.03 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-fungus interactions
  • Sub-topic 15.04 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-nematode interactions
  • 15.05 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-oomycetes interactions
  • 15.06 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-virus interactions
  • 15.07 Population genomics of plant pathogens
  • 15.08 Genome evolution in filamentous plant pathogens
  • 15.09 CRISPR crops: plant Genome Editing Toward Disease Resistance
  • 15.10 High throughput sequencing approaches for the detection of pathogens
  • 15.11 Development of Molecular Diagnostic Tools for Plant Pathogens in a Globalizing World
  • 15.12 Emerging Phytophthora’s Tackling Global Outbreaks that Impact Food security
  • 15.13 From the deciphering of host pathogen interactions to disease management: the Leptosphaeria maculans /rapeseed case study
  • 15.14 Mind the Gap: Innovation and Opportunities in Seed Health testing
  • 15.15 Mycotoxins
  • 15.16 Necrotrophic plant pathogens
  • 15.17 New Developments in Fungicide Resistance
  • 15.18 Pathovars of Pseudomonas and Xanthomonas spp.: do they really exist?
  • 15.19 Plant pathogens interactions in multi stress conditions (abiotic and biotic stresses): viruses and other pathogens?
  • 15.20 Plant protection potential of persistent (cryptic) viruses in fungi, plants and insect vectors of plant disease
  • 15.21 Plant responses to pathogen
  • 15.22 POST-HARVEST - Part 1: Interactions of postharvest pathogens with the host and its microbiome
  • 15.23 Resilience in soil health and disease suppression
  • 15.24 Synergism/antagonism between microbial pathogens and disease complexes: implications in epidemiology and management
  • 15.25 The Potential of Seed Microbiomes
  • 15.26 Towards structure-based design of disease resistance genes
  • 15.27 Understanding emergence of pathogens in commercial and public forest ecosystems
  • 15.28 Vectors/mechanism of vection
  • 15.29 Insights in Plant Immune Receptors
  • 15.30 Viral modification of plant functions affecting interactions with vectors and other organisms
  • 16.01 Bacteriophages: ecological roles and potential applications against bacterial plant pathogens
  • 16.02 Endophytes and diseases
  • 16.03 Latest advancements in knowledge and management of Ralstonia species
  • 16.04 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-bacteria interactions
  • 16.05 Necrotrophic plant pathogens
  • 16.06 Pathovars of Pseudomonas and Xanthomonas spp.: do they really exist?
  • 17.01 A mechanistic approach of the varietal mixture effects on plant pathogens
  • 17.02 Botryosphaeria dieback, which culture is affected, what we know and how to fight?
  • 17.03 Controlling Globally Developing Disease Threats of Banana
  • 17.04 CRISPR crops: plant Genome Editing Toward Disease Resistance
  • 17.05 From the deciphering of host pathogen interactions to disease management: the Leptosphaeria maculans /rapeseed case study
  • 17.06 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: interactions with parasitic plants
  • 17.07 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-bacteria interactions
  • 17.08 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-fungus interactions
  • 17.09 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-nematode interactions
  • 17.10 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-oomycetes interactions
  • 17.11 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-virus interactions
  • 17.12 Plant pathogens interactions in multi stress conditions (abiotic and biotic stresses): viruses and other pathogens?
  • 17.13 Plant responses to pathogen
  • 17.14 Towards structure-based design of disease resistance genes
  • 17.15 Insights in Plant Immune Receptors
  • 18.01 Current and emerging forest pathology issues
  • 18.02 Understanding emergence of pathogens in commercial and public forest ecosystems
  • 18.03 Forest pathogenic fungi interacting with insect pests: research fronts and perspectives
  • 18.04 Bioinvasion in the urban environment: pathways, early warning, mitigation measures, institutional frameworks and policy implementation
  • 18.05 Social and cultural dimensions of international forest health
  • 18.06 Advances in the use of novel monitoring programs and exotic sentinel trees to detect incipient threats posed by forest pathogens in forest ecosystems
  • 18.07 Botryosphaeria dieback, which culture is affected, what we know and how to fight?
  • 18.08 A mechanistic approach of the varietal mixture effects on plant pathogens
  • 18.09 CRISPR crops: plant Genome Editing Toward Disease Resistance
  • 18.10 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: interactions with parasitic plants
  • 18.11 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-bacteria interactions
  • 18.12 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-fungus interactions
  • 18.13 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-nematode interactions
  • 18.14 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-oomycetes interactions
  • 18.15 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-virus interactions
  • 18.16 Plant pathogens interactions in multi stress conditions (abiotic and biotic stresses): viruses and other pathogens?
  • 18.17 Plant responses to pathogen
  • 18.18 Towards structure-based design of disease resistance genes
  • 18.19 Insights in Plant Immune Receptors
  • 19.01 Botryosphaeria dieback, which culture is affected, what we know and how to fight?
  • 19.02 Endophytes and diseases
  • 19.03 Forest pathogenic fungi interacting with insect pests: research fronts and perspectives
  • 19.04 From the deciphering of host pathogen interactions to disease management: the Leptosphaeria maculans /rapeseed case study
  • 19.05 Genome evolution in filamentous plant pathogens
  • 19.06 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-fungus interactions
  • 19.07 Mycotoxins
  • 19.08 Necrotrophic plant pathogens
  • 19.09 New Developments in Fungicide Resistance
  • 19.10 Plant protection potential of persistent (cryptic) viruses in fungi, plants and insect vectors of plant disease
  • 20.01 Vectors/mechanism of vection
  • 20.02 Plant protection potential of persistent (cryptic) viruses in fungi, plants and insect vectors of plant disease
  • 20.03 Viral modification of plant functions affecting interactions with vectors and other organisms
  • 20.04 Forest pathogenic fungi interacting with insect pests: research fronts and perspectives
  • 21.01 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-nematode interactions
  • 22.01 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-oomycetes interactions
  • 22.02 Emerging Phytophthora’s Tackling Global Outbreaks that Impact Food security
  • 22.03 Genome evolution in filamentous plant pathogens
  • 22.04 Necrotrophic plant pathogens
  • 22.05 Endophytes and diseases
  • 23.01 POST-HARVEST - Part 1: Interactions of postharvest pathogens with the host and its microbiome
  • 23.02 POST-HARVEST - Part 2: Sustainable managements of postharvest diseases: new technologies and approaches
  • 23.03 POST-HARVEST - Part 3: Eco-epidemiological perspectives generating new concepts on postharvest diseases and mycotoxins
  • 24.01 Germplasm seed movement and global plant health
  • 24.02 Mind the Gap: Innovation and Opportunities in Seed Health testing
  • 24.03 The Potential of Seed Microbiomes
  • 25.01 Resilience in soil health and disease suppression
  • 25.02 Soil-borne plant viruses
  • 26.01 Bacteriophages: ecological roles and potential applications against bacterial plant pathogens
  • 26.02 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-virus interactions
  • 26.03 Plant protection potential of persistent (cryptic) viruses in fungi, plants and insect vectors of plant disease
  • 26.04 Re-emergence of tobamoviruses threatening global vegetable production
  • 26.05 Soil-borne plant viruses
  • 26.06 The ecology plant viruses and epidemiology of the disease they cause: How fundamental ecological research in natural systems can inform and advance plant pathology
  • 26.07 Viral modification of plant functions affecting interactions with vectors and other organisms
  • 27.01 A mechanistic approach of the varietal mixture effects on plant pathogens
  • 27.02 Advances in the use of novel monitoring programs and exotic sentinel trees to detect incipient threats posed by forest pathogens in forest ecosystems
  • 27.03 APP-titude for social media in Plant Disease Research
  • 27.04 At the heart of disease emergence: Determinants and consequences of host range contours of plant pathogens
  • 27.05 Bacteriophages: ecological roles and potential applications against bacterial plant pathogens
  • 27.06 Bioinvasion in the urban environment: pathways, early warning, mitigation measures, institutional frameworks and policy implementation
  • 27.07 BIOLOGICAL CONTROL - Part 1: The importance of augmentative biocontrol and plant microbiome function for plant health
  • 27.08 BIOLOGICAL CONTROL - Part 2: The importance of augmentative biocontrol and plant microbiome function for plant health
  • 27.09 Botryosphaeria dieback, which culture is affected, what we know and how to fight?
  • 27.10 Controlling Globally Developing Disease Threats of Banana
  • 27.11 CRISPR crops: plant Genome Editing Toward Disease Resistance
  • 27.12 Current and emerging forest pathology issues
  • 27.13 Development of Molecular Diagnostic Tools for Plant Pathogens in a Globalizing World
  • 27.14 Emerging Phytophthora’s Tackling Global Outbreaks that Impact Food security
  • 27.15 Endophytes and diseases
  • 27.16 Food Security for Sustainable Food Systems
  • 27.17 Forest pathogenic fungi interacting with insect pests: research fronts and perspectives
  • 27.18 From the deciphering of host pathogen interactions to disease management: the Leptosphaeria maculans /rapeseed case study
  • 27.19 Genome evolution in filamentous plant pathogens
  • 27.20 Germplasm seed movement and global plant health
  • 27.21 High throughput sequencing approaches for the detection of pathogens
  • 27.22 Impact of scientific advances in plant health
  • 27.23 Impact of war and conflicts in plant pathology research and food safety of countries
  • 27.24 Insights in Plant Immune Receptors
  • 27.25 Latest advancements in knowledge and management of Ralstonia species
  • 27.26 Mind the Gap: Innovation and Opportunities in Seed Health testing
  • 27.27 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: interactions with parasitic plants
  • 27.28 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-bacteria interactions
  • 27.29 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-fungus interactions
  • 27.30 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-nematode interactions
  • 27.31 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-oomycetes interactions
  • 27.32 MOLECULAR ASPECTS: plant-virus interactions
  • 27.33 Mycotoxins
  • 27.34 Necrotrophic plant pathogens
  • 27.35 New Developments in Fungicide Resistance
  • 27.36 One health: impact of resistance to antibiotics and fungicides in plant pathogens
  • 27.37 Particle based delivery of biomolecules for crop protection
  • 27.38 Pathovars of Pseudomonas and Xanthomonas spp.: do they really exist?
  • 27.39 Plant pathogens interactions in multi stress conditions (abiotic and biotic stresses): viruses and other pathogens?
  • 27.40 Plant protection potential of persistent (cryptic) viruses in fungi, plants and insect vectors of plant disease
  • 27.41 Plant responses to pathogen
  • 27.42 Population genomics of plant pathogens
  • 27.43 POST-HARVEST - Part 1: Interactions of postharvest pathogens with the host and its microbiome
  • 27.44 POST-HARVEST - Part 2: Sustainable managements of postharvest diseases: new technologies and approaches
  • 27.45 POST-HARVEST - Part 3: Eco-epidemiological perspectives generating new concepts on postharvest diseases and mycotoxins
  • 27.46 PROGRESS IN DISEASE CONTROL - Part1
  • 27.47 PROGRESS IN DISEASE CONTROL - Part2
  • 27.48 Raising awareness of plants and ways of teaching plant pathology
  • 27.49 Re-emergence of tobamoviruses threatening global vegetable production
  • 27.50 Resilience in soil health and disease suppression
  • 27.51 RISK ASSESSMENT for plant pathogens key tool for biosecurity under global changes
  • 27.52 Social and cultural dimensions of international forest health
  • 27.53 Soil-borne plant viruses
  • 27.54 Synergism/antagonism between microbial pathogens and disease complexes: implications in epidemiology and management
  • 27.55 The ecology plant viruses and epidemiology of the disease they cause: How fundamental ecological research in natural systems can inform and advance plant pathology
  • 27.56 The future of disease surveillance and prediction: Beyond the usual suspects.
  • 27.57 The Potential of Seed Microbiomes
  • 27.58 Towards structure-based design of disease resistance genes
  • 27.59 Tracing the long-distance pathways of aerial dissemination of plant pathogens
  • 27.60 Understanding emergence of pathogens in commercial and public forest ecosystems
  • 27.61 Vectors/mechanism of vection
  • 27.62 Viral modification of plant functions affecting interactions with vectors and other organisms
  • 28.01 4th European Conference on Xylella fastidiosa
  • 28.02 Big Ideas in Agricultural Microbiome Science: A Community-based Interactive Workshop
  • 28.03 Biological induced resistance in plants against pathogens using beneficial microbes and natural substances
  • 28.04 Biology and paleovirology of the Caulimoviridae
  • 28.05 Fusarium wilt disease of banana: how to tackle a pandemic?
  • 28.06 Harnessing Culture Collections for Improved Plant Health
  • 28.07 High-throughput sequencing in plant virology: from discovery to diagnostics
  • 28.08 How to combine remote sensing with epidemiological modelling to improve plant disease management?
  • 28.09 How to Write Winning Grant Proposals
  • 28.10 Nuts and Bolts for Plant Diseases Image Classification, an Artificial Intelligence Tool
  • 28.11 OMGN: Oomycete Molecular Genetics Network Annual Meeting
  • 28.12 Pectobacteriaceae: soft rot pathogenesis and symbiosis
  • 28.13 Phytobiomes Research for Plant Health
  • 28.14 Plant Health starts with Seed Health
  • 28.15 Powdery mildews: phylogenetics, phylogenomics, and molecular host-pathogen interactions
  • 28.16 Rice diseases
  • 28.17 Soil health and soilborne plant diseases
  • 28.18 Tn-Seq to reveal microbial lifestyles along plant interaction processes
  • 28.19 Understanding the ecology and evolution of bacterial wilt disease in the plant microbiomes