Date(s) - 10/09/2017 - 13/09/2017
Save the Date for POG 2017 September 10-13, 2017, Kusadasi, TURKEY www.pog2017.org
We are honoured to invite you to the 13rd Plant Oxygen Group Meeting, which will take place in Kusadasi-Izmir, TURKEY on September 10-13, 017. With best regards, The organizing committee, Ismail TURKAN, Chair Why you should attend? The POG meeting is the one of most important meeting on Free Radical Research in plants. The 13rd POG Meeting will be focused on “Reactive Oxygen and Nitrogen Species in Plants: Emerging Roles in Plant Form and Function”. The scientific programme is comprised of plenary lectures by distinguish researchers on the field from all over the world. To visit the conference webpage click here. Registration is now open. POG 2017 registrations are open; early bird deadline is March 17, 2017. Registration fee includes conference participation, full board accommodation (3 nights in Pine Bay Resort Hotel, Kusadasi, Izmir) and all meals during conference. Invited speakers at a glance (confirmed): Breusegem Frank Van (Ghent University, Belgium) Corpas Francisco J. (Spanish National Research Council, Spain) De Gara Laura (University Campus Bio-Medico of Rome, Italy) Dietz Karl-Josef (Bielefeld University, Germany) Durner Jörg (Technical University of Munich, Germany) Foyer Christine (University of Leeds, UK) Kangasjarvi Jaakko (University of Helsinki, Finland) Karpinski Stanislaw (Warsaw University of Life Science, Poland) Loake Gary (University of Edinburgh, UK) Mittler Ron (University of North Texas, USA) Tsukagoshi Hironaka (Meijyo University, JAPAN) Turkan Ismail (Ege University, TURKEY) Explore Kusadasi and Izmir (Turkey) Kusadasi is located in a superb gulf in the Aegean region of Turkey and is known for its turquoise sparkling water, broad sandy beaches and bright sun. A glorious ancient city stands beside it, Ephesus with hundreds of thousands of visitors from tours each year. House of the Virgin Mary, which is visited by thousands of pilgrims around the World is also located vicinity of Ephesus. The town is only 80 kilometers from the International Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport. Numerous holiday villages and hotels line its shores and hundreds of restaurants serve food from all around the world and, of course, Turkish Cuisine, which is famous throughout the world. During the conference it will also be possible to take daily tours to nearby touristic and historical places such as Pergamon, Pamukkale and Didyma. There will also be pre-and post-conference tours to Cappadocia, Antalya, Bodrum and Istanbul. Collectively, this will provide a dynamic interface of a high level conference together with a wonderful venue, facilitating a scientifically fruitful and socially enjoyable meeting.