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UMR INRA - Univ. Nice Sophia Antipolis - Cnrs

Dynamiques adaptatives : du comportement des individus à l'évolution des communautés

mercredi 9 septembre 2020 à 15h00 - Sophia Antipolis - INRAE PACA - Salle A010

Séminaire scientifique
Soutenance d'HDR de Vincent Calcagno, équipe M2P2

Toute l'équipe de l'animation scientifique espère que vous allez bien et nous sommes heureux de vous annoncer la Soutenance d'HDR de Vincent Calcagno, équipe M2P2,  Mercredi 09 Septembre à 15h00 en Salle A010.
(présentation en francais) Dans les conditions un peu particulières actuelles et afin de respecter les consignes sanitaires les conditions pour y assister  se feront en visio. La solution retenue pour le moment est Skype entreprise qui limite les appels video à 25 personnes (soit 24 participants)
 Inscrivez vous via ce doodle :  


Vincent nous décrira son parcours et les recherches en écologie et évolution qu'il a conduites ces dernières années, combinant approches de modélisation mathématique et approches expérimentales, avec pour modèles principaux les insectes des genres Ostrinia et Trichogramma. Puis il nous présentera quelques travaux en cours et son projet pour les années à venir.

Devant le jury composé de :
Emmanuel DESOUHANT        UCBL (Lyon)
Régis FERRIÈRE        IBENS (Paris) / University of Arizona (USA)
Laure KAISER-ARNAULD        EGCE (Gif-sur-Yvette)
Olivier BERNARD        Inria SAM (Sophia Antipolis)
Claire LAVIGNE        PSH (Avignon)
Marylène POIRIÉ        ISA (Sophia Antipolis)