The course is hosted by the Uniser Consortium and organized by the Department of AgriFood Production and Environmental Sciences in cooperation with the Italian Society of Arboriculture and the Italian Society of Horticulture.
Patronage has been also asked to the International Society of Arboriculture.
The course is dedicated to Ph.D. students, postdoc scientists, researchers, professors, technicians, and municipal arborists with a sound background in plant biology and arboriculture and will give an advanced knowledge and training on basic themes as well as research results related to plant physiology and biomechanics with special focus on plant stability.
English will be the official language. Simultaneous translation in Italian will be provided.
The course will include 18 hours of lectures and 6 hours of field work distributed over four days, starting in the afternoon of Monday, June 5, and ending at lunchtime on Friday, June 9.
Participants will receive a certificate signed by the lecturers, as well as the organizers.
Registration fees (annex 1) include 18 hours of lectures at the Uniser Consortium, six hours of field workshop in the nursery, working material, and three days of lunches. SOI / SIA / ISA Members benefit of a 20% reduction in registration fees.
Application deadline is May 15, 2017. Apply today!
For more information, download the application flyer or contact Mr. Francesco Baroncini at firstname.lastname@example.org.