• Conference Committees


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    The French Phytopathological Society will be the leading institution in the organization of ICPP 2023. SFP has the capability and experience for organising a high quality conference.
    • Lyon hosted the SFP plenary congress in 2009
    • SFP organizes its national conference every 3-4 years since 1987
    • SFP  was financially responsible for the ECFG13, in Paris, 2016 (750 attendees)
    • The 12th conference of the European Fondation for Plant Pathology (EFPP) was organized by SFP in Dunkerque, France, on June 2017
  • Local Organizing Committee

  • More than 70 national and international scientists invested in the committees covering all aspects of Plant Pathology

    FRENCH SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
    Charles MANCEAU
    Plant Health and emerging plant diseases- ANSES, Angers
    Diana FERNANDEZ, President of SFP / Plant-pathogen interactions, nematodes- IRD, Montpellier
    Etienne DANCHIN
    Comparative and evolutionary genomics of nematodes - INRA, Sophia Antipolis (Nice)
    Thierry LANGIN
    Cereal diseases - CNRS, Clermont-Ferrand
    Marie DUFRESNE
    Functional genomics of cereals-pathogen interactions
    University of Paris Sud, Saclay
    Philippe REIGNAULT, vice-president of SFP / Cereal fungal pathogens - University of Littoral Cote d’Opale, Calais
    Dominique ROBY
    Immunity networks and plant responses to the environment - CNRS, Toulouse
    Marielle ADRIAN
    Induced resistance of plants against diseases - University of Burgundy, Dijon
    Charles-Eric DUREL
    Genetic basis of plant resistance and resistance durability - INRA, Angers
    Essaïd AIT BARKA
    Alternative strategies to protect grapevine - University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne
    Sylvie GERMAN-RETANA, Treasurer of SFP / Plant virology - INRA, Bordeaux
    Christophe RITZENTHALER
    Integrative virology - CNRS, Strasbourg
    Benoit MOURY
    Evolution of plant-pathogenic viruses- INRA, Avignon
    Olivier LEMAIRE
    Virus resistance and virus vectors - INRA, Colmar
    Alia DELLAGI
    Nitrogen-pathogen interactions, bacterial pathogenesis - AgroParisTech (Paris)
    Stéphane GENIN
    Bacterial pathogenesis and adaptation to the plant environment - CNRS, Toulouse
    Cindy MORRIS
    Ecology of Plant-Pathogenic bacteria - INRA, Avignon
    Denis FAURE
    Plant-Bacteria interactions - CNRS, Gif-sur-Yvette (Paris)
    Valérie VERDIER
    Virulence of plant-pathogenic bacteria - IRD, Montpellier
    Christian STEINBERG
    Ecology of Plant-pathogenic Fungi  - INRA, Dijon
    Anne-Sophie WALKER
    Antifungals mode of action and resistance - INRA, Grignon (Paris)
    Isabelle FUDAL
    Effectors and pathogenesis of Fungi - INRA, Grignon (Paris)
    Didier THARREAU, secretary of SFP / Evolution and population genetics of plant-pathogenic fungi - CIRAD, Montpellier
    Didier ANDRIVON
    Resistance and Adaptation, Oomycetes - INRA, Rennes
    Bernard DUMAS
    Oomycetes effectors and Natural Defence Stimulators - CNRS, Toulouse
    Marc BARDIN
    Microbiology of Agro-ecosystems - INRA, Avignon
    Marie-Laure DESPREZ-LOUSTAU
    Wild plant pathosystems, Ecology of Plant Diseases - INRA, Bordeaux
    Pascal FREY, Former President of SFP / Ecology of Forest Pathogenic Fungi - INRA, Nancy
    Ivan SACHE, Former President of SFP / Epidemiology of fungal diseases - AgroParisTech (Paris)
    Samuel SOUBEYRAND
    Epidemiology models of plant diseases - INRA, Avignon
    Gaël THEBAUD
    Epidemiology models of plant diseases - INRA, Montpellier
    James BROWN
    Crop genetics - John Innes Centre, Norwich, UK
    Odile CARISSE
    Epidemiology Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Antonio DI PIETRO
    Signaling and pathogenesis in fungi - University of Cordoba, Spain
    Francesco FAVARON
    Plant physiopathology and phytopathological biotechnologies - University of Padova, Italy
    Fernando GARCIA-ARENAL
    Plant-virus interaction and co-evolution - Centre for Plant Biotechnology and Genomics, Spain
    Godelieve GHEYSEN
    Molecular interaction between plants and endoparasitic nematodes - University of Gent, Belgium
    Richard HAMELIN
    Genomics of Forest Pathogens - University of British Columbia, Canada
    Sheng Yang HE
    Plant bacteriology - Michigan State University, USA
    Monica HOFTE
    Host-microorganism interactions and Crop protection - University of Gent, Belgium
    Edouard JURKEVITCH
    Microbial Ecology - The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
    Sophien KAMOUN
    Effector biology of plant-pathogen oomycetes - Sainsbury Laboratory (TSL), Norwich, UK
    Levente KISS
    Plant-pathogenic fungi - Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
    Anna-Liisa LAINE
    Epidemiology, Population Genetics, Evolutionary Biology - University of Helsinky, Finland
    Bénédicte LEBAS
    Detection, Identification, plant virology - Ministry for Primary Industries, New-Zealand
    Ewa LOJKOWSKA
    Plant-pathogenic bacteria - University of Gdansk, Poland
    Kristiina MAKINEN
    Plant virology - University of Helsinky, Finland
    Quirico MIGHELI
    Mycotoxins, Plant-fungus interactions - University of Sassari, Italy
    Allen MILLER
    Plant virology - Iowa State University, USA
    Richard OLIVER
    Plant pathogens and fungicide resistance - Curtin University, Australia
    Ali RHOUMA
    Plant Pathology in North Africa - Institution of Agricultural Research and Higher Education, Tunisia
    Giuseppe STANCANELLI
    Animal and Plant Health - European Food Safety Authority, Italy
    Marciel  STADNIK
    Plant-pathogenic fungi - Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brasil
    Eva STUKENBROCK
    Population biology and evolutionary processes in plant pathogenic fungi - Christian-Albrechts University of Kiel, Germany