To Friday 23 August 2019
Call for participants
The need for the transfer of knowledge is high among both researchers and practitioners, active in the discipline of forestry. The LIFEGENMON and EVOLTREE summer school on ‘Scientific writing, reviewing and publishing and forest genetic monitoring knowledge transfer into practice’ provides Ph.D. students, junior and senior researchers training sessions on the production, the submission and the reviewing process of scientific publications.
The summer school focuses on scientific writing and scientific publishing in exact sciences, and in (applied) biological and forestry sciences. The training consists of lectures and practical training with many examples, tips and tricks. Participants will be given some practical homework and will be asked for input during the lectures and the training. They are invited to bring an example publication (of their own or of any other researcher) to the summer school.
Participation at the training school is free of charge. Participants cover their travel and accommodation expenses. Grants are available from EVOLTREE
The training school will be organized at Hotel Jelka and Sport hotel in Pokljuka, Slovenia. The price for five nights (19.8. – 23.8.2018) is 335,00 EUR for single use room with breakfast or 245,00 EUR for a shared room with breakfast. Booking will be done automatically for the selected participants. Please indicate if you prefer a shared room.
Transport to Pokljuka
Shuttles will be available from Ljubljana airport (or Lesce/Jesenice) railway station to Pokljuka; approximately an 1-hour drive. Prices: up to 3 people – 40€ (25€), 4 people – 100€ (60€), 5 to 7 people – 140€ (110€). Please contact Sport hotel Pokljuka, Tel: +386 31 325 666.
Summer school grants
About the teacher
Prof.dr. Reinhart CEULEMANS, dr.hon.c.mult.– University of Antwerp, Belgium
Personal website: https://www.uantwerpen.be/en/staff/reinhart-ceulemans/personal-website/
Professor Reinhart Ceulemans is a full Professor of Ecology at the Department of Biology of the University of Antwerp and a visiting Professor of Plant Ecophysiology at the University of Ghent (Belgium). He is a corresponding member of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts. As a passionate teacher and (co-)author of 350 publications, he also has a rich experience in teaching scientific writing, reviewing and publishing.