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Schedule

This year's MiCom features parallel program lines as well as collective events. You can always interchange between events running in parallel. Also have a look at the 'Keynote Speakers' section to find out their presentation dates.
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Monday, March 29

Time | CEST*

Program Line 1 Program Line 2
1:00 — 1:15 pm
Conference Opening
1:15 — 3:00 pm

Pathogenesis I

Keynote: William Wade (King's College London, UK)

Natural Products I

Keynote: Manuel Liebeke (MPI for Marine Microbiology, Bremen)

3:00 — 3:30 pm

Break

3:30 — 5:15 pm

Systems Biology I

Keynote: Karoline Faust (KU Leuven, Belgium)

Chemical Ecology I

Keynote: Martin Kaltenpoth (MPI for Chemical Ecology, Mainz)

5:15 — 5:30 pm
Break
5:30 — 6:30 pm
Workshops (details)
6:30 — 7:00 pm
Break
7:00 — 8:00 pm

Social Activity (details)

 

Tuesday, March 30

Time | CEST*

Program Line 1 Program Line 2
9:00 — 9:10 am
Welcome at Day 2
9:10 — 11:00 am

Environment I

Keynote: Linda Blackall (University of Melbourne, Australia​)

System Biology II

Keynote: Boris Macek (University of Tübingen)

11 am — 12 (noon)
Break
12:00 — 12:45 pm
Q&A – Careers in Academia
(details)

Q&A – Careers in Industry
(details)

12:45 — 1:00 pm
Break
1:00 — 2:00 pm Workshops (details)
2:00 — 2:15 pm Break
2:15 — 4:00 pm Social Activity (details)

 

Wednesday, March 31

Time | CEST* Program Line 1

Program Line 2

1:00 — 1:05 pm
Welcome at Day 3
1:05 — 2:55 pm

Pathogenesis II

Keynote: Gad Frankel (Imperial College London, UK​)

Chemical Ecology II

Keynote: Georg Pohnert (FSU Jena)

2:55 — 3:30 pm Break
3:30 — 5:15 pm

Environment II

Keynote: Sara Hallin (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences​)

Natural Products II

Keynote: Jörn Piel (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)

5:15 — 5:30 pm Break
5:30 — 6:00 pm Awards + Closing

* All times are Central European Summer Time (CEST) which applies to Jena, Germany. You can convert CEST to your local time here.

Additional reminder: European "Winterzeit" (CET) ends on March 28. Make sure to have the correct "Sommerzeit" (CEST) time by the conference start on March 29!