9 July 2021
Plant Health and Quality
The program relies on interactive classes, conferences including international speakers and hands-on activities.
Plant Health :
Plant pathology : new technologies for pathogen detection
Phenotyping applied to plant health monitoring
Chemical ecology of insect crop pests
Plant resistance inducers (elicitors) in crop protection
Seed microbiota and seed-borne pathogens
Plant Quality :
Fruit post harvest quality
Architecture characterization of ornamental plant
Physiological quality of seeds
Phenotyping for seed germination
Short presentations of students' personal research projects
Being a PhD student in Angers, France:
General information about PhD fellowships
Friendly evening with local doctoral and post-doctoral students (Greenyd association)
Droplet digital PCR applied to plant health and quality
Bioinformatic with Galaxy
Analytical and sensory methods to assess fruit quality
Aphid olfactory choice experiments
Electrophysiological recordings of insect antennae
qPCR - a methodology to quantify defense gene expression in plant
Characterization of parasitic plant- host plant relationship
Plant photosynthetic activity
Architectural analysis of plant by 3D digitization
Phenotyping -Image analysis and study of germination
Phenotyping - Quantification of disease severity using image analysis
Low-cost imaging for plant health monitoring
SNES GEVES (Variety and Seed Study and Control Group)
LSV-ANSES (Plant Health Laboratory)
CIRM-CFBP (French Collection of Plant associated Bacteria)
PHENOTIC (instrumentation for high throughput plant phenotyping)
Seed company, to be confirmed
ITEIPMAI (French research institute for perfume, medicinal and aromatic plants)
Roses Loubert (national collection, old rose garden)
Tropical greenhouse of the National Museum of Natural History, Paris
Lydie HUCHE-THELLIER, IRHS-INRA, Angers, FR
Laure PERCHEPIED, IRHS-INRA, Angers, FR
The program is open to Bachelor and Master students in the fields of agriculture, plant science and biological science.
A good English level is required.
This program will give you an insight into new developments in plant health and quality research.
You will be exposed to multidisciplinary approaches in the field of sustainable management of plant health and quality.
This program will increase your scientific background and may help you to prepare a PhD project.
certificate of attendance
EUR 1020: Students fees : €1275
20% discount on the fees (€1020) for those who apply before the 15th of March and complete the enrolment process by April 01st
SPECIAL PRICES FOR GROUP OF 4 PARTICIPANTS (please contact summerschools @ univ-angers.fr for more information)
Fees include tuition, welcoming and teaching materials, accommodation, coffee breaks and weekday lunches, social activities, bike rental and transport pass, all costs (transport, meals, entrance tickets) related to the scientific visits.
The Summer Schools do not cover the costs of passports, visas, health insurance, travel to and from Angers, dinners, breakfast and week-end lunches
Total or partial scholarship may be offered to cover the admission fees by the Regional Objectif Vegetal program.
Selection criteria will be: adequacy of the training with the scientific program, school results, English level and motivations.