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Data de Publicação: 20/09/2017
Title of the Training School: Beginners course in ecological network analysis of multispecies interactions The training school is organized in the framework of the COST Action FA1405 and it is jointly organized by the James Hutton Institute and the School of Agriculture, Polytechnic Institute of Bragança.
Organizers: Paula Baptista and Alison Bennett
Trainers: Darren M. Evans, U.Newcastle, UK and Michael J.O. Pocock, CEH, UK
Target audience: MSc, PhD students and post-PhD researchers from Ecology, Biology, Agriculture, Biotechnology, Mathematical Modelling and others who aim to acquire broad understanding of the conceptual description of ecological networks.
Number of trainees: maximum 12
Trainee allowance: accepted trainees will get an allowance of 500 euros to cover part of their travel and accommodation costs.
Application: Send a short CV and motivation letter to Paula Baptista; deadline 16 October 2017.
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