DECEMBER 01, 02
It is a great honor for us to welcome all our colleagues and students to the 8th International Workshop in Advances in Science and Technology of Bioresources organized by the Doctoral Program in “Science of Natural Resources”, belonging to Universidad de La Frontera. We are pleased to invite you to participate in this event, which will be held from 01-02 December 2021. The workshop will be devoted to discuss new advances in science and technology of bioresources. The workshop is addressed to environmental chemists, microbiologists, ecologists, applied biologists, plant biotechnologists, chemical ecologists, and soil scientists to share information, identify gaps in knowledge, and stimulate the interaction in areas of the common interest. Special attention will be given to our students who will have the opportunity to present their research advances and interact with distinguished international invited speakers, national scientists, and professors of our Doctor Program. We want to acknowledge all participants that will contribute to this workshop, particularly, to our invited speakers and lecturers. We also want to thank to the Universidad de La Frontera and all students from our Doctoral Program involved in the organization of the 8th International Workshop.
Chairperson of the 8th International Workshop
Universidad de La Frontera
All audience (students, speakers and lecturers) require inscription.
All audience (students, speakers and lecturers) require submission of Abstract using our platform. All student abstracts will be reviewed by a scientific committee and the corresponding author will be notified for acceptance.
All the Doctor Program Students require submission of video-poster (poster accompanied with a 5-minute video) using our platform.
Please note that only one presenting author will be accepted per submission. Registrations without a submitted abstract will not be accepted.
Quiroz C. Chairperson
8TH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP
IL1: “The challenges of food systems are the driving force for food R&D+i”. Dr. María Elvira Zuñiga (PUCV)
S1: “Fostering SOC sequestration in pastures through organic amendments management to ensure an optimal yield and soil quality in Andisols”. Dra. Patricia Poblete-Grant (UFRO)
S1: “New insights into the evolution of C4 photosynthesis provided by Cleomaceae family”. Dr. Adriano Nunes (UFV-Brasil)
S1: “Antarctic soils microbiomes as a promising strategy to counteract the effects of climate change by host-mediated microbiome engineering in tomato plants growing under drought stress”. Dr. (c) Rodrigo Rodríguez (UFRO)
S1: “Engineered nanoparticles in soil: can they be an environmental problem?” Dr. (c) Jonathan Suazo (UFRO)
S2: “Coronavirus and climate change: since global to local point of view”. Dr. Michel Abanto (UFRO)
S2: “Bioproduction of selenium nanoparticles as an eco-friendly strategy to improve plants and human health”. Dra. Eulalia Sans
S2: “Modified eco-asphalt with an antioxidant additive obtained
S2: “Mineralogy functionality and microbial community structure post-fire in temperate rain forest ecosystem soils”. Dr. (c) Karla Erazo (UFRO
S3: “Suitcase Lab: A portable tool for detection and monitoring in situ of harmful algal bloom”. Dr. Milko Jorquera (UFRO)
S3: “xxx”. Dr. Daniel Menezes-Blackburn (SQU-Oman)
S3: “Mycotoxin contamination in Capsicum pepper and Merkén: Implications for human health”. Dr. (c) Jéssica Souza da Costa (UFRO)
S3: “Occurrence and abundance of antibiotic resistance genes in the plant-soil continuum of Chilean dairy farms”. Dr. Joaquin Rilling (UFRO)
S4: “More than what we see: differences in spatiotemporal distribution of cryptic Bangiales in the intertidal”. Dr. Fernanda Cid
S4: “Spatiotemporal distributions and their relationships of organic phosphorus content, phosphomonoesterase activity, and bacterial phosphomonoesterase genes in surface sediments of Budi Lake affected by anthropogenic activities (Chile)”. Dr. Marco Campos (UFRO)
S4: “CRISPR/Cas13: A RNA-based tool for the next-generation biomonitoring of harmful algal blooms”. Mr. (Biotech) Benjamín Duran (UFRO)
S4: “A coupled modeling approach to assess the effect of forest policies in water provision”. Dr. (c) Fernando Gimeno (UFRO)
Free for all audience (students, speakers and lecturers)
8TH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP