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3rd Announcement


18th E-SOVE Conference, Montpellier, France

October 8th-11th, 2012


> www.esove2012.eu



The 18th E-SOVE Conference event will take place in Montpellier, France, from 8th to 11th October 2012, and will be hosted by ‘Vector and emerging diseases Montpellier network’ (VME) which gathers researchers from CIRAD, EID Méditerranée, IRD, Montpellier Universities, CNRS, and INRA working on nuisance and vector arthropods.


Abstract submission for the 18th E-SOVE Conference is now open. The deadline for submission is the 30th June 2012. On-line registration is also available.

You can benefit from the early-bird registration fees until 15 th July 2012.


Please visit  the following website at www.esove2012.eu for details and participation process.


The 18th E-SOVE Conference will focus on: "From biology to integrated control in a changing world".

  • Vector status: taxonomy, systemic, phylogeny
  • Vector behaviour: life-history traits, fitness, intra- and inter-species competition, biology of populations, invasive species
  • Vector-pathogen interactions: vector competence, immunity of vector, vector manipulation by parasites
  • Eco-epidemiology of vector borne diseases: spatiotemporal dynamics of the transmission, geomatics, modelling
  • Vector control: biocides, repellents, traps, integrated vector management, personal protection, human and social sciences, SIT, irradiation, Wolbachia, genetic control
  • Impacts of the vector control: ecotoxicity in the food chain, politic and societal perceptions.

Keynote speakers:

  • Luke Alphey, Oxitec, Oxford - UK - “Genetic control of vector insects”
  • Agustin Estrada-Pena, University of Zaragoza, Zaragoza - Spain - “Partners and contenders: ticks, hosts, pathogens, and environment"
  • Helene Guis, Cirad, Montpellier, France - “Assessing the impacts of climate change on vector-borne diseases : what are the challenges and knowledge gaps we need to overcome?”
  • Petr Volf, Charles University, Prague - Czech Republic - “Leishmania-sand fly interaction: from the field to the lab and vice versa”.

Montpellier, is rich with remarkable heritage, is located in Southern France on hilly ground 10 kilometres (6 mi) inland from the Mediterranean Sea coast. The historical city centre, named l'Ecusson, provides a unique and intimate feeling. We just hope that you will grab this opportunity to enjoy a memorable dinner in one of the numerous restaurants.


Your participation to the conference would greatly contribute to the success of this unique event, and we look forward to meeting you in Montpellier.


Warmest regards,


Montpellier network on Vectors and Emerging Diseases (VME),

Local organisation committee

and Pr. Bulent Alten, President of E-SOVE



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