The German Society for Plant Sciences (Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft, DBG) organizes an international congress, Botanik-Tagung, focusing on all plant science disciplines in the middle of Europe every other year. Members of the DBG usually meet at this conference in the General Assembly.
Our upcoming International Conference of the German Society for Plant Sciences, "Botanik-Tagung", is planned to take place in Bonn, Germany, from 28 August to 1 September 2022.
To support participation of early career plant scientists in our International Conference of the German Society for Plant Sciences (Botanik-Tagung 2022), DBG provides a maximum of 100 travel grants up to 350 Euros each for participants, who actively take part in the conference with a talk or a poster. DBG reimburses traveling and accommodation costs as well as registration fees. Grants will be allocated according to the order in which applications are received. Being fast therefore is of advantage.
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Prof. Dr. Andreas Meyer and his organizing committee invite all plant scientists to take part in Botanik-Tagung, International Conference of the German Society for Plant Sciences, in Bonn, Germany.
Dear colleagues and friends,
We are back! Delayed by one year, we are now able to organize and run the next International Conference of the German Society for Plant Sciences (Botanik-Tagung 2022) as an in-person conference. On behalf of the German Society for Plant Sciences, I would like to invite you to Bonn for a lively exchange on the latest discoveries in plant sciences.
For more than 200 years, plant research has been a key research area at the University of Bonn, both at the basic level and as an applied science in agriculture. Plant research in Bonn is connected with names like Julius von Sachs, Wilhelm Pfeffer, Robert Caspary and of course Eduard Strasburger, who all worked in Bonn and set footprints that we still see today. Drawing on the spirit of translational research that has been established in Bonn for two centuries, the organizing committee put together a conference program that emphasizes the importance of Plant Sciences for a Sustainable Future in 8 plenary talks, 21 symposia and a number of workshops. Together with my colleagues, I would be thrilled if you take the opportunity to participate in this in-person meeting and actively engage in presenting and discussing current work
and ideas in Bonn. The City of Bonn welcomes you at the birthplace of Ludwig van Beethoven on the Rhine, a city with plenty of history and today a forward-looking, colorful, and charming international location.
See for yourself what variety is offered to you here both in science and beyond!
Prof. Dr. Andreas Meyer
Read more in our flyer that lists the conference's topics and introduces travel grants for early career scientists:
More than 400 plant scientists from more than 25 countries came together in September in Rostock, Germany, to exchange and discuss latest research results. Conference chair Prof. Dr. Birgit Piechulla reports about the diversity of plant science disciplines by summarizing the keynote lectures.
Sorry, in German only
Mehr als 400 Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler aus mehr als zwei Duzend Ländern kamen im September zur Botanikertagung zusammen, um die jüngsten Forschungsergebnisse zu diskutieren. Anhand der Plenarvorträge stellt Tagungspräsidentin, Prof. Dr. Birgit Piechulla, die Vielfalt der pflanzenwissenschaftlichen Disziplinen heraus, die in Rostock besonderes Augenmerk verdienen. Die rasante Entwicklung neuer Züchtungsmethoden u.a. mit CRISPR thematisierte der öffentliche Abendvortrag an der Universität, die dieses Jahr ihre 600-Jahrfeier beging.
Registration for Botanikertagung (Rostock, Germany, 15 - 19 September 2019) is open now. Please note important dates about the international conference:
- Travel Grant Application deadline: 15 May 2019
- Early bird registration until 30 May 2019
- Abstract submission for oral presentations until 30 May 2019
- Abstract submission for posters until 15 July 2019
- Sessions from many plant science disciplines: see invitation
the Botanikertagung is the largest and most well-known conference on plant sciences in the German speaking countries. It is the essential element of the plant science scene and community and is put forward by the DBG every other year. The conference in Rostock provides a wide scientific program reflecting the huge diversity of plant science related research topics in our scientific Society. The motto of the meeting 2019 ‘Plant life along gradients’ indicates that plants have to cope with a number of different external and internal gradients for survival. Topics of 8 plenary lectures and 21 symposia range from single to multicellular photosynthetic active organisms, from basic to applied science, and from molecular-biochemical to ecological research.
The Rostock scientific committee welcomes all plant scientists!
A document now lists sessions' topics and provides further details of the International Plant Science Conference Botanikertagung in Rostock, Germany, 2019.
The next Botanikertagung of the DBG Plant life along gradients is organised by Professor Birgit Piechulla together with her Scientific Board and her organising team at Rostock University from 15–19 September 2019.
- Prof. Dr. Inge Broer
- Prof. Dr. Bärbel Gerowitt
- Prof. Dr. Martin Hagemann
- Prof. Dr. Renate Horn
- Prof. Dr. Ulf Karsten
- Prof. Dr. Stefan Porembski
- Prof. Dr. Hendrik Schubert
- Prof. Dr. Christine Struck
Titel / Title
Präsident / President
Prof. Dr.Birgit Piechulla
Prof. Dr. Karin Krupinska
Prof. Dr. Dario Leister &
Deutsche Botanikertagung 2013
Prof. Dr. Klaus Harter
"Diversity makes the Difference"; Berlin, Germany, 2011
Prof. Dr. Reinhard Kunze &
"Plants for the Future", Leipzig, Germany, 2009
Prof. Dr. Christian Wilhelm
"125 Jahre Deutsche Botanische Gesellschaft", Hamburg, Germany, 2007
Prof. Dr. Michael Böttger