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EUCARPIA cereal section / IWIW2 meetings March 19-22, 2018

EUCARPIA cereal section Meeting Scientific Program

Eucarpia cereal 2018 meeting will start on Monday and will end on Wednesday.

The detailed program is available below and downloadable here

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Monday March 19th 2018

07:30 am         Registration & welcome break (poster hanging)

09:30 am         Welcome talks by EUCARPIA cereal chairman and organizers

10:10 am         Introductory talk: Raphaël DUMAIN (Bayer - Germany):

10:50 am     Session I. Characterization and use of genetic resources

10:50 am         Keynote speaker: Andreas GRANER (IPK - Germany):

11:30 am         Davide GUERRA (CREA - Italy): Studying the genetic basis of barley adaptation to contrasting environments in the WHEALBI collection

11:55 am         Ernesto IGARTUA (EEAD-CSIC - Spain): Association with high-resolution climate data reveals selection footprints in the genomes of barley landraces across the Iberian Peninsula

12:30 pm        Lunch break (12:30 pm – 02:00 pm)

02:00 pm     Session I. Characterization and use of genetic resources (continue)

02:00 pm         Marco MACCAFERRI (U Bologna - Italy): SNP-based characterization of a wide collection of tetraploid wheat reveals extensive domestication sweeps and haplotypes associated to traits of breeding interest

02:25 pm         Helmy M YOUSSEF (IPK - Germany): Natural Diversity of Inflorescence Architecture Traces Cryptic Domestication Genes in Barley (Hordeum  vulgare L.)

02:40 pm         Constance LAVERGNE (U Nottingham - UK): Introduction of Aegilops sharonensis cytoplasm into common wheat and production of addition / wheat – Ae. sharonensis lines translocation lines

02:55 pm     Session II. Genomics and epigenomics in the post sequence era

02:55 pm         Keynote speaker: Scott Allen JACKSON (U Georgia - USA):

03:35 pm         Luigi CATTIVELLI (CREA - Italy): Durum wheat genome reveals the signature of 10,000 years of selection

04:00 pm        Coffee break (04:00 pm – 04:30 pm)

04:30 pm     Session II. Genomics and epigenomics in the post sequence era (continue)

04:30 pm         Caroline JUERY (INRA GDEC - France): Linking genomic and epigenomic features in hexaploïd wheat genome.

04:55 pm         Cécile MONAT (IPK - Germany): Hi-C and chromosome-scale assembly to detect large chromosomal rearrangements in wheat genomes

05:20 pm         Maria BUERSTMAYR (BOKU - Austria): High-resolution mapping of the peri-centromeric region on wheat chromosome arm 5AS harboring the Fusarium head blight resistance QTL Qfhs.ifa-5A

05:35 pm         Romain DE OLIVEIRA (INRA GDEC - France): Deciphering Structural Variations in the Wheat Genome Using Resequencing Data

06:30 pm        Cocktail at the Clermont-Ferrand city hall (until ~08:00pm)

Tuesday March 20th 2018

08:30 am     Session III. Yield potential and resource efficiency

08:30 am         Keynote speaker: John FOULKES (U Nottingham - UK)

09:10 am         Bruno CONTRERAS-MOREIRA (ADES-CSIC - Spain): Agronomic advantage of presence of PpdH2 in winter barleys proven through a natural selection approach using GBS in pools of field-grown populations

09:35 am         Gaëtan TOUZY (Arvalis - France): Improving Water Use Efficiency in Bread Wheat by Multi-trait multi-Environment Genome-Wide Association Studies.

10:00 am         Eric OBER (NIAB - UK): Implementing large-scale field phenotyping in genomic selection to accelerate wheat breeding

10:30 am        Coffee break & poster session (10:30 am - 11:00 am)

11:10 am     Session III. Yield potential and resource efficiency (continue)

11:00 am         Kerstin NEUMANN (IPK - Germany): Non-invasive phenotyping reveals stress-adaptive and constitutive biomass QTL in cereals

11:15 am         Ulrike LOHWASSER (IPK - Germany): Searching for Frost Tolerance in Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) – A genome wide association study

11:30 am     Session IV. Improving tolerance to biotic and abiotic stress

11:30 am         Keynote speaker: Heribert HIRT (KAUST - Saudia Arabia):

12:10 pm         Ewen MULLINS (Teagasc - Ireland): Intensive field phenotyping to support breeding initiatives against septoria tritici blotch (STB) disease of wheat

12:30 pm        Lunch break (12:30 pm - 02:00 pm)

02:00 pm     Session IV. Improving tolerance to biotic and abiotic stress (continue)

02:00 pm         Yvan MOËNNE-LOCCOZ (U Lyon - France): Interactions of plant-beneficial rhizosphere bacteria according to cereal genotype

02:25 pm         Laetitia WILLOCQUET (INRA - France): Developing phenotyping methods for quantitative host plant resistance using simulation modelling and ROC curves

02:50 pm         Hermann BUERSTMAYR (BOKU - Austria): Genomics assisted improvement of Fusarium head blight resistance in bread wheat, durum wheat and triticale

03:15 pm         Javier SANCHEZ-MARTIN (U Zürich - Switzerland): GWAS Reveals New Race-Specific Resistance Genes to Powdery Mildew in Wheat

03:30 pm         Ali NIAZ (U Leicester - UK): Novel rye-wheat translocations in Thinopyrum intermedium wheat introgression lines enhancing Wheat streak mosaic virus resistance

03:45 pm         Pierre-Antoine PRECIGOUT (U Paris-Saclay- France): Questioning the sustainability of quantitative physiological resistance: epidemiological and evolutionary responses of foliar fungal pathogens to changes in wheat plant traits

04:00 pm        Coffee break & poster session (04:00 pm – 04:30 pm)

04:30 pm        Excursion and Gala Dinner (until ~11:00 pm)

Wednesday March 21st 2018

08:30 am     Session V. High quality and safe cereals for food, feed and industry

08:30 am         Keynote speaker: Tatsuya IKEDA (NARO - Japan):

09:10 am         Sebastian MICHEL (U Vienna - Austria): Multiple to conquer: Simultaneous selection for grain yield and baking quality in genomics-assisted wheat breeding

09:35 am         Suong CU (Flinders U - Australia): Genome-wide association studies of zinc, iron, copper, manganese and phosphorus in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)  grain and rachis at two developmental stages

10:00 am         Simon GRIFFITHS (JIC - UK): Biochemical and genetic analysis of arabinoxylan fibre in wheat grain.

10:30 am        Coffee break & poster session (10:30 am - 11:00 am)

11:00 am     Session VI. Future challenges and innovations

11:00 am         Keynote speaker: Peter ROGOWSKY (INRA Lyon - France):

11:40 am         Fred VAN EEUWIJK (Wageningen U - The Netherlands): Statistical methodology for modelling genotype by environment interactions in QTL mapping and genomic prediction, with applications to barley and wheat

12:05 am         Andreas HUND (ETH Zürich - Switzerland): Zooming into GxE by means of modern field phenotyping techniques

12:30 pm        Lunch Break (12:30 pm - 02:00 pm)

02:00 pm     Session VI. Future challenges and innovations (continue)

02:00 pm         Friedrich LONGIN (U Hohenheim - Germany): Optimum breeding schemes for line breeding in wheat

02:25 pm         Daniela BUSTOS-KORTS (Wageningen U - The Netherlands): A synthesis of crop growth and statistical genetic modelling to evaluate phenotyping strategies in wheat

02:40 pm         Renaud RINCENT (INRA GDEC - France): Genomic prediction of genotype by environment interactions by coupling genetic and physiological modelling

02:55 pm         Philipp BOEVEN (Limagrain - France): Rare and wanted! How to breed for favorable male floral traits required for hybrid wheat?

03:10 am         Funmi LADEJOBI (NIAB - UK): Differentially penalized regression improves genomic prediction of wheat flowering time

03:30 pm        Concluding remarks and prizes for the three best posters

04:00 pm        Coffee Break (04:00 pm - 04:30 pm)

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