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Past conferences

Conferences specific to or with special workshops dedicated to the Grapevine research community

2019

  • January - XXVI Plant and Animal Genome Conference, January 10-14th, San Diego, CA, USA

2018

2017

  • January - XXIV Plant and Animal Genome Conference, January 10-14th, San Diego, CA, USA

2016

  • January - XXIII Plant and Animal Genome Conference, January 10-14th, San Diego, CA, USA
  • April - Sustainable Grape and Wine production in the context of Climate Change, April 10-13th, Bordeaux, France
  • June - Xth International Symposium on Grapevine Physiology and Biotechnology, June 13th-18th, Verona, Italy
  • June - Macrowine 2016, June 27-30th, Changin (Nyon), Switzerland

2015

  • January - XXII Plant and Animal Genome Conference, January 10-14th, San Diego, CA, USA

2014

2013

  • July – Grape Research Coordination Network 5th Annual Conference Information (July 9 - 12, 2013 – Davis, CA, USA) 
  • April – IX International Symposium on Grapevine Physiology and Biotechnology (April 21 -26, 2013, La Serena, Chile)
  • January - XXI Plant and Animal Genome Conference (January 12 - 16, 2013, San Diego, California)

2012

  • October 1-3, Chania, Crete . Kick-off meeting COST FA1106: An integrated systems approach to determine the developmental mechanisms controlling fleshy fruit quality in tomato and grapevine
  • July – Grape Research Coordination Network 4th Annual Conference (July 15 - 18, 2012 – Corvallis, Oregon, USA)
  • March - The Second International Symposium on Biotechnology of Fruit Species (March 26-30, 2012, Nelson, New Zealand)
  • March - The IX International Conference on the Plant Hormone Ethylene (March 19 -23, 2012, Rotorua, New Zealand)
  • January - XX Plant and Animal Genome Conference (January 14 - 18, 2012, San Diego, California)

2011

  • June – Grape Research Coordination Network 3rd Annual Conference (June 2 - 5, 2011 – Lake Tahoe, California, USA)
  • January - XIX Plant and Animal Genome Conference (January 15 - 19, 2011, San Diego, California)

2010

  • August – Grape Research Coordination Network 2nd Annual Conference (July 29 - 31, 2010, Geneva, NY)
  • August – 10th International Conference on Grapevine Breeding and Genetics (August 1 - 5, 2010, Geneva, NY)
  • January – Plant, Animal and Microbe XVIII Genomes Conference (January 9-13, 2010 - San Diego, California, USA)

2009

  • May – Grape Research Coordination Network 1st Annual Conference (May 15 - 17, 2009 – Lake Tahoe, California, USA)
  • January - Plant, Animal and Microbe XVII Genomes Conference (January 10-14, 2009 - San Diego, California, USA)

2008

  • November – 8th International Symposium on Grapevine Physiology and Biotechnology (November 23 -28, 2008, Adelaide, Australia)

2007

  • January - Plant, Animal and Microbe XV Genomes Conference (January 13-17, 2007 - San Diego, California)

2006

  • July - 9th International Conference on Grape Genetics and Breeding (July 2-6, 2006 Udine, Italy)
  • January - Plant, Animal and Microbe Genomes XIV Conference (January 14-18, 2006 - San Diego, California)

2005

  • July - International Grape Genomics Symposium in cooperation with the International Grape Genome Project (IGGP) (July 12-14, 2005 - Millennium Hotel, St. Louis, Missouri, USA)

2003

  • June - 1st ISHS International Symposium on Grapevine Growing, Commerce and Research (June 30-July 2 - Lisbon, Portugal).
  • June - Grape Bioinformatics Conference (June 21-22 - Kirkwood Ski Resort, California, Sponsored by the University of Nevada).
  • June - 54rd ASEV Annual Meeting (June 18-20 - Reno Hilton, Reno, Nevada).
  • June - Warm Climate Grapegrowing and Winemaking Symposium at 54rd ASEV Annual Meeting (June 17).
  • January - Plant, Animal and Microbe Genomes XI Conference (January 11-15 - San Diego, California).
  • January - Grape Genomics Workshop at Plant and Animal Genome meeting (Sunday, January 12).

2002

  • August - VII International Conference on Grape Genetics and Breeding (August 26-31, 2002 - Kecskemét, Hungary).
  • January - Plant, Animal and Microbe Genomes X Conference (January 12-16, 2002 - San Diego, California).

2001

  • May - International Grape Genomics Planning Meeting (May 31, 2001 - University of California, Davis)