Detailed information about the course
Species delimitation using BEAST and STACEY
2-4 October 2017
Dr. Yamama Naciri, Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques de la ville de Genève (CH)
Prof. Bengt Oxelman, University of Gothenburg (SE)
A lecture will be given in the first morning that will target species delimitation and the multi-species coalescence theory. Workshops will come afterwards using provided datasets (Day 1 & 2). Analyses will be conducted with STACEY implemented in BEAST2. Students are welcome to bring in their own datasets and problems to anchor the topics in their own research and Day 3 will be dedicated to that.
University of Geneva
Full attendance and personal work: students are required to write a report at the end of the course
Students should bring their own laptop
Monday, October 2nd: 09h30-17h30
October 3rd & 4th: 09h00-17h30
Botanical Garden of Geneva
Building La Console (192 rue de Lausanne, 1202 Genève). The building is accessible through entrance number 4 (see map below)
PhD students of the DPEE are eligible for reimbursement of incurred travel expenses by train (half-fare card, and 2nd class) and meals (up to 25 CHF). Please send the original tickets (no copies, except for the general abonnement) with the reimbursement form to:
Doctoral Program in Ecology and Evolution
DEE- Biophore Building
University of Lausanne
Concerning reimbursement of accomodation, please contact Caroline Betto-Colliard (ecologie-evolution(at)cuso.ch) BEFORE the beginning of the course.
Priority is given to PhD students of the DPEE until 1st of September, 2017. After this deadline, first comes, first serves!
Through your myCUSO account
External participants (non-CUSO PhD students, post-docs, etc...): use the icon "registration" at top of page and the last gray box "non-CUSO student" ("personne hors myCUSO").
|Deadline for registration||21.09.2017|