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TULIP Summer School

Biological interactions : from genes to ecosystems

The TULIP Summer School will take place from July 11th to 17th, 2020 in the French Pyrenees. Open to master students, PhD students and postdocs from all over the world, this event is a unique opportunity to meet renowned international speakers as well as local scientists from our LabEx.

Through plenary lectures and very intensive team workshops, the program covers all aspects of interactions among organisms ranging from the molecular up to the eco-evolutionary scale of interactions within populations and communities.
The names of our international speakers

Christian Frankhauser (University of Lausanne)
Michael Hanley (Univ. of Plymouth)
Tom Juenger (The University of Texas at Austin)
Ute Krämer (Ruhr Universität Bochum)
James Mallet (Harvard University)

Selected students will have the opportunity to :

· Take an active part in team research project in these scientific fields
· Meet experts from Toulouse and renowned international researchers from all around the world
· Enjoy a pleasant setting in the Pyrenees

Accommodation, meals and travel from Toulouse to the Pyrenees are provided to all participants.

Applications are open until March, 19th (please follow the link to apply) – selected students will be informed before April 22th. The summer school is limited to 25 students selected by our Pedagogical Committee.