From 20th to 30th June 2022, the Summer School of the PhD in Crop Science has been held in Paluzza, such as in previous years. The PhD students had the opportunity to develop their soft skills, socialist and open discussion on current scientific topics.
We publish the PDF file with evaluation of the interview of the PhD candidate of the 38th cycle.
The file is password-protected (password was previously sent to the candidates).
We publish the PDF file with evaluation of titles of the PhD candidate of the 38th cycle. Please note that, only candidates with scores higher than 28 are present in the file.
On Friday 22nd, at 11am, Room 16, Pentagono building (Agripolis – Legnaro, Padova) and on Zoom at the following link: https://unipd.zoom.us/j/81436322266 Titles of the seminars: “Whole genome sequencing of primary endosymbionts of Cacopsylla spp.” by Hannes Schuler (UniBz) “Wolbachia dynamics in Read More …
We publish in attachment (see the PDF below) the programme of the seminars given by the students of the 34th cycle.
The Winter School will be held at the Campus of Agripolis on 28-29th January and 2nd February 2021. You can download the programme here.
On Wednesday July 8th, 2020 at 17.00 Dr. Marco Valerio Rossi Stacconi will give a seminar on the topic “Biological control and invasive species: the Drosophila suzukii experience”.
On Wednesday July 1st, 2020 at 17.00 at the following Zoom link: https://unipd.zoom.us/j/95161795628 Dr. Giulia Giunti (Università Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria) will give a seminar on the topic “Biopesticides and nanotechnologies: features and potential of essential oil-based nanoformulations“. Students, PhD students and Read More …
Costanza Geppert, PhD student of Crop Science ranking first at the local competition of the University of Padova, will participate at the international Three Minutes Thesis (3MT) Competition organized by the Coimbra Group to which our University belongs.
Prof. Wilhelm Schäfer will give a series of seminars on 22nd, 29th and 31st October 2019. Announcements are attached.