Canadian Phytopathological Society Annual Meeting
June 12 to 15, 2016
Delta Beauséjour, Moncton, NB, CANADA
On behalf of the organizers of the 2016 Canadian Phytopathological Society (CPS) annual meeting, we invite you to the 87th Annual Meeting of the CPS to be held June 12-15, 2016 at the Delta Beauséjour, 750 Main Street, Moncton, NB. The objectives of CPS are to encourage research, education, and the dissemination of knowledge on the nature, cause, and control of plant diseases. Society-sponsored, national meetings and regional association meetings provide an opportunity for plant pathologists to meet and discuss their common interests. The annual meeting allows participants from industry, government and academic institutions a forum to interact, educate and communicate on the nature, cause and control of plant diseases. The organizing committee has incorporated many presentations by leading researchers from North America.
Our annual meeting typically attracts research, industry, and extension personnel from across Canada as well as the USA and internationally with attendance ranging from around 80 up to over 140 for joint meetings. Presentations and posters at the meeting cover field crops like potatoes, wheat, barley, and canola through to horticultural and forest species. Topics that are covered range from applied research through to basic research dealing with host-pathogen interactions. In addition, we are planning on having a total of two symposia and two workshops. The symposia and workshops are as follows:
S1. Genomics-based applications in plant pathology
S2. Biovigilance: A framework for effective pest management
W1. Effectoromics and resistance breeding (to register email email@example.com)
There will be both paper and poster sessions. A welcome reception will be held at the Delta Beauséjour on the evening of June 12, 2016 and a banquet on June 14, 2016.
2016 Preliminary Program and Registration Information
Preliminary meeting schedule overview:
Sunday afternoon – Effectoromics workshop, UdeM
Sunday evening – Welcome reception, Delta Beauséjour
Monday morning – Symposium 1
Monday afternoon – CPS oral and poster sessions
Tuesday morning – CPS oral and poster sessions
Tuesday afternoon – CPS oral and poster sessions
Tuesday evening – Banquet, Delta Beauséjour
Wednesday morning – Symposium 2
CPS 2016 registration
Early Bird Registration – on or before May 13, 2016; Regular Full Registration – after May 13, 2016
CPS Member: Early bird – $CAD450.00, Full registration – $CAD550.00
Includes reception (Sunday evening June 12), banquet (Tuesday evening June 14), and coffee breaks, breakfast, and lunch for Monday and Tuesday, and coffee break and breakfast for Wednesday (June 13-15).
Non-Member: Early bird – $CAD550.00, Full registration – $CAD650.00
Non-Member fee includes membership to the Canadian Phytopathological Society, active after registration is completed, for the remainder 2016. The membership fee for one year is normally $100. For more information about CPS memberships visit phytopath.ca.
Student Member: Early bird – $CAD225.00, Full registration – $CAD275.00
Student registration also includes everything listed for the CPS member registration plus a student social on Monday evening (June 13).
Student non-member: Early bird – $CAD275.00, Full registration – $CAD325.00
The student non-member fee includes membership to the Canadian Phytopathological Society, active after registration is completed, for the remainder of 2016. The membership fee for students for one year is normally $50. For more information about membership visit phytopath.ca. Student non-member registration also includes everything listed for the CPS member registration plus a student social on Monday evening (June 13).
Single Day: Early bird – $CAD150.00, Full registration – $CAD175.00
Single day registration does not include any tickets to the special events – only attendance at the sessions. Delegates registering for a single day will have the opportunity to purchase themselves a guest ticket for these events.
Extra Reception Tickets: $50 per ticket.
Extra Banquet Tickets: $55 per ticket.
Deadline for submission of abstracts is May 13. There is a $35 fee/abstract for publication of abstracts in the Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology. The format of abstracts must follow that for CJPP (http://phytopath.ca/journallinks.shtml). Underline the speaker’s name, indicate whether the presentation is oral or poster, and indicate if it is a student presentation. Instructions for abstract submission and payment will follow shortly.
For further information contact:
David Joly (Chair of local arrangement committee)
Location of the 2016 CPS meeting and accommodations:
750 Main Street
Moncton, New Brunswick E1C 1E6