Conference open – Wednesday 24 April
“The interactome of biodiversity: how ecological interactions keep the network of life”
Dr. Pedro Jordano
Doñana biological station, Spain
National Research Award 2018
Wednesday 24 April of 2019, 11:30 am
School of chemical engineering Auditorium
AV. Brazil # 2180, Valparaiso
Theoretical-practical workshop of ecological networks – Friday 26 April
Visiting Professor: Dr. Pedro Jordano (Doñana biological station, Spain)
Local teachers: Dr. Gaston Carvallo, Dr. Francisco Fontúrbel
Date: Friday 26 April, 10 to 14 h
Place: Auditorium of the Faculty of Sciences, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Campus Curauma (AV. University 330, Valparaiso)
Directed to: Postgraduate students and final year undergraduate biology students, Ecology and related areas
Quota: 20 students
The workshop aims to give an overview on the study of ecological networks and their application in the study of biodiversity. The workshop includes a theoretical part in which there will be a review of the concepts and models, followed by a practical part where it is expected that students can analyze some data (Ideally own) using R.
Requirements: Knowledge of ecology, statistics and management of R.
Application: Send a letter of intent (1 page) and a summary CV (1 page) in a single PDF file, using the surname of the applicant as file name. Send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org the application to the 19 April of 2019.
* The workshop is free of charge for students, who must cover their expenses for travel to and from Valparaíso *