Registration form


Use this form to register as a participant to ELI-Day, the first institute-wide conference where researchers and PhD students will have the opportunity to present their work and share it with other ELI members. This project, supported by ELI Board members and the President of the Institute, Claude Bragard, is a great opportunity to get to know the institute better and to learn about the skills and research being done there. It is also an opportunity to create links and collaborations between ELI members, as well as develop a general scientific culture.

Registration is mandatory for both speakers and spectators, as we need your e-mail addresses in advance to give you access to the event.

ELI Day program

Unfortunetaly, ELI-Day will not be held as an in-person event this year because of COVID restrictions. Never fear, the ACELI team has worked hard to organize a virtual event, which all of us can participate in from home! Because we know that whole-day events can be tedious when working from home, the virtual ELI-Day will be held over 3 mornings, one for each thematic and methodological session. The program is the following:

  1. Day 1 - 26/05/2021 : Methodological session "Controlled environments"
    • 8h30 - 10h30 : Opening talks and first oral presentations
    • 10h30 - 11h15 : Break
    • 11h15 - 12h15 : Oral presentations
  2. Day 2 - 27/05/2021 : Methodological session "Field data"
    • 9h15 - 10h30 : Oral presentations
    • 10h30 - 11h15 : Break & Posters
    • 11h15 - 12h15 : Oral presentations
  3. Day 3 - 28/05/2021 : Thematic session "One Health"
    • 9h15 - 10h30 : Oral presentations
    • 10h30 - 11h15 : Break & Posters
    • 11h15 - 12h15 : Oral presentations

Description of the sessions

"Controlled environment": this session focuses on methodologies for working in a controlled environment. We consider a controlled environment as an enclosed area with specific parameters regulated, e.g. greenhouses, petri dishes, numerical simulations,...

"Field data": this session focuses on methodologies and is dedicated to researchers collecting data in the field to carry out their research. It goes from field sampling of plants, microorganisms or insects to surveys of field actors and remote sensing, for example. 

"One Health": this unique thematic session focuses on the "One Health" approach, a broad concept which consists in "the pursuit of optimum health for people, animals and their environment by studying the interactions between these elements and their influence on health" (Sciensano). It includes a wide range of topics addressing the issue of interactions between living beings and the environment. Here are some examples of "One Health" subjects (Sciensano): in addition to the soil, does air quality, water quality, etc. also have an impact on the health of plants, animals and people? How does the food chain affect human health? Can these diseases spread more easily in a world where we and our food travel longer distances?

ELI-Day registration form


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