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SPS - Saclay Plant Sciences

SPS 2013 Meeting

April 8-9, 2013 - INRA - Versailles

The 2013 Meeting of the Saclay Plant Sciences Laboratory of Excellence took place on April 8-9, in front of all the members of its International Scientific Advisory Board.

To allow the SPS scientists to present their latest findings in front of the Scientific Advisory Board, the SPS Meeting was reserved for SPS members only and upon invitation for the representatives of our institutions and the ANR.
This meeting gathered 80 to 90 people among whom representatives of the FCS Campus Paris-Saclay, the CNRS et the ANR.

Monday afternoon was devoted to a general presentation of the Paris-Saclay IdEx and the LabEx SPS, as well as the presentation of the work and prospects of the SPS working groups.
On Tuesday, the coordinators of the flagship projects presented the progress of their work. Moreover, the coordinators of the projects selected through SPS open calls (Research and SPS'Innov) gave an overview of the scientific background of their projects and the strategy considered to complete them successfully. Finally, the leaders of the platforms of the four SPS laboratories presented the available tools and took examples to show what was possible to do with the equipment and skills present on those platforms.

The Scientific Advisory Board met on Wednesday April 10.

Program

Monday April 8, 2013

INTRODUCTION

14h30

The Paris Saclay Idex - Patricio Leboeuf

14h45

The SPS LabEx - Loïc Lepiniec

15h30

Coffee break

ONGOING WORK AND PROSPECTS OF THE WORKING GROUPS

16h

Research group - Heribert Hirt

16h30

Teaching and Training group - Jean-Denis Faure

17h

Innovation and Partnership group - Loïc Rajjou

17h30

Infrastructures group - Hélène Barbier-Brygoo

18h

Governance / Communication group - Marie-Jeanne Sellier

18h30

General discussion

Tuesday April 9, 2013

FLAGSHIP PROJECTS AND OPEN CALLS

9h

Flagship Project 1

Integrative analysis of stress response in plants - Heribert Hirt (URGV)

9h30

Flagship Project 2

Metabolic interactions and fluxes for improved plant-biomass quantity & quality - Guillaume Tcherkez and Michael Hodges (IBP)

10h

Flagship Project 3

Epigenetics and RNA-mediated regulation - Martin Crespi (ISV) and Hervé Vaucheret (IJPB)

10h30

Coffee break

11h

Flagship Project 4

Modelling Developmental Mechanisms - Jean-Christophe Palauqui (IJPB)

11h30

Research Open Call 2012

Adaptation to Nitrogen Availability in Arabidopsis and Brachypodium - Anne Krapp (IJPB)

12h

Research Open Call 2012

Ubiquitin-dependent endocytosis of cell-surface proteins - Grégory Vert (ISV)

12h45

Lunch at the restaurant of the INRA Center of Versailles

14h

Research Open Call 2012

Gene Regulatory Network, in Reproductive Organs, During Sex Determination - Abdelhafid Bendahmane (URGV)

14h30

SPS'Innov 2012

PROMoters of In vitro Somatic Embryogenesis - Pierre Hilson (IJPB) - Collaboration with Biogemma

15h

SPS'Innov 2012

Control of pathogenic bacteria by biostimulation with beneficial bacteria - Yves Dessaux (ISV) - Collaboration with CNPPT and SIPRE

15h30

SPS'Innov 2012

Detection and characterization of tomato polymorphism  genes involved in the xylem transports - Mylène Durand-Tardif (IJPB) - Collaboration with Gautier Semences

16h

Coffee Break

INFRASTRUCTURES

16h30

IBP Platform

Guillaume Tcherkez

17h

IJPB Platforms

Christian Meyer

17h30

ISV Platform

Béatrice Satiat-Jeunemaître

18h

URGV Platforms

Etienne Delannoy

18h30

General discussion