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SPS - Saclay Plant Sciences

SPS 2019 Meeting

October 1st and 2nd, 2019 - IPS2 - Gif-sur-Yvette

The next SPS Meeting will take place on October 1st and 2nd, 2019, at the Institute of Plant Sciences Paris-Saclay (IPS2), in front of the SPS International Scientific Advisory Board.

To allow scientists funded by SPS to present their latest findings in front of the Scientific Advisory Board, registration for October 1st is reserved for SPS members only or upon invitation for the representatives of our institutions and the ANR.

Registration for the scientific talks of October 2 is open and everyone is welcome to attend !


Registration is free but mandatory before September 16, 2019 (midnight).



Tuesday October 1st

1:30 pm

Loïc Lepiniec

General overview of the SPS LabEx assessment and presentation of the SPS-GSR EUR project

2:30 pm

Nicolas Bouché &
Etienne Delannoy

Bioinformatics - Bioanalysis

2:50 pm

Adnane Boualem &
Grégory Mouille

Specialized metabolites

3:10 pm

Benoit Alunni

Projects in reflection : example of the « Beneficials » group

3:25 pm

Coffee break


4:00 pm

Round-table about teaching and training in the EUR project

5:00 pm

General discussion (only Executive Committee and SAB members)

6:00 pm

Scientific Advisory Board Meeting (only SAB members)

Wednesday October 2nd

9:00 am

Welcome coffee


9:20 am

Loïc Lepiniec


9:30 am

Ronald Koes

Flower color genes control new pathways and cellular compartments (“vacuolinos") involved in vacuolar trafficking

10:15 am

Bernard Leroux

Evolution des pratiques de protections des cultures, place de la génétique

11:00 am

Coffee break


11:30 am

Samantha Verhettes &
Aline Voxeur

Oligogalacturonomics of plant-pathogen interaction

12:15 pm

Jessica Soyer &
Isabelle Fudal

Investigating the involvement of histone modifications in the control of effector gene expression in Leptospharia maculans, the fungus causing stem canker of oilseed rape

1:00 pm



2:30 pm

Olivier Martin

Computation and modeling to get the most of genetic recombination

3:15 pm

Jean Colcombet

Characterization of an atypical MAP Kinase cascades involved in the delayed signaling of environment

4:00 pm

Sophie Filleur

AtCLCa as a NO3-/H+ exchanger is required in plants facing environmental fluctuations.

4:45 pm

End of the meeting



Institute of Plant Sciences Paris-Saclay (IPS2)
Rue de Noetzlin 
Bâtiment 630
Plateau du Moulon