Event price: $ 1,700,000 COP
Online payment: At the time of your registration you will be able to pay online with credit card and PSE.
Payment in banks:
Present the invoice printed in laser, and approach the following banking entities:
- Banco de Bogotá and its banking correspondents: Almacenes Éxito, Carulla, Surtimax, Súper inter.
Go to the University Cashier and pay with a debit or credit card.
Start date: 25-11-2019
End date: 29-11-2019
Duration: 48.00 hours.
Event city: Medellin
Hours: Starts on October 14 and ends on October 20, 2019
Place: The course will be developed in different institutions as follows: CES University on October 15, Antioquia University 14, 16 17, Antioquia University October 18, October 19 CES University and on October 20 there will be a technical visit Titiribí (Antioquia).
Event Code: 70065785
To register, you must fill out the form to generate the invoice and make the payment online, banks or in person at the University.
Scholarships will be offered to six international students and four Colombian Master's or Ph.D. students in Microbiology, Biology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Bioprocesses, Agricultural Engineering or Chemistry. To register and learn more about this process, enter the following link. https://forms.gle/w57Zfp4qYyBeB96n8
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The modality of the event is Face-to-face
Course to discuss and make a count of the main diseases in plants and the development of bio-inputs, with national and international guests.
Professionals and graduate students from the areas of Microbiology, Biology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Bioprocesses, Chemical, Biological or Agricultural Engineering.
Theoretical-practical course. It is a theoretical and practical training course that will be offered between the ICIF CES Research Group, the Faculty of Sciences and Biotechnology and the Biotransformation Group of the UdeA School of Microbiology. Expert professors on the topics: Paola Zapata Universidad CES, Colombia, CYTED; Blondy Canto Canche, Yucatan Scientific Research Center, ACCYTED; Freddy Magdama, Espol- Ecuador; Fernando Orozco, UNAL, Colombia; Luisa Fernanda Rojas, UdeA, Colombia, CYTED; Lina María Agudelo, UdeA, Colombia
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Anderson Esneyder Acevedo Benitez
Telephone: (57) (4) 604 91 25
Mobile: 301 254 98 44
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Topics to be discussed during the activity.
- October 14 (University of Antioquia) Presentation of the course and general instructions.
- October 15 CES University, Symposium: Emerging diseases in plants and biological control.
- October 16 University of Antioquia - Carmen del Viboral Clean strategies to control pests and diseases.
- October 17 (University of Antioquia- Carmen de Viboral Section) Production of bio-inputs on a laboratory scale.
- October 18 University of Antioquia, Escalation of bioprocesses at pilot level
- October 19 (Universidad CES) Chemical identification and quantification of bio-inputs.
- October 20, Titiribí (Antioquia), Finca Cocondo. Technical visit
Study emerging diseases and their causal agents that attack cocoa and banana crops in the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean. Identify the current strategies that are being implemented for the biological control of this type of disease. Apply biotechnological methods for the production of bio-inputs at different scales of work. Identify different strategies for the application of bio-inputs in the field. To know techniques for the identification and quantification of key metabolites for the biological control of diseases in cocoa and banana crops.