March 19, 2020

Thursday 19 March


8:30-9:00 Welcome participants: breakfast / registration of the remaining participants Organizers: Conference center staff/organizing committee with help from granted students

9:00-9:50 Keynote speech : Prochlorococcus: Then and now Keynote speaker: Sallie W. (Penny) Chisholm

Session 1: Ecology, distribution and dynamics: past, present and future. Chairs: A.C. Martiny (morning) / L.R. Moore (afternoon)

9:50-10:15 S1-invited talk 1: Seasons of Syn: insights into the annual patterns of a coastal Synechococcus population from in-situ flow cytometry Invited speaker: Kristen Hunter-Cevera

10:15-10:40 S1-invited talk 2: Faster growth of the major prokaryotic versus eukaryotic CO2 fixers in the oligotrophic ocean Invited speaker: Mikhail Zubkov

10:40-10:55 S1-short talk 1: Comparing the activity of coexisting Prochlorococcus ecotypes Anne Thompson

10:55-11:15 Coffee break Organizers: Conference center staff

11:15-11:40 S1-invited talk 3 : Inquiries into marine cyanobacteria in the Southern hemisphere Invited speaker: Lisa R. Moore

11:40-11:55 S1-short talk 2: Thermal acclimation and nutrient availability control Prochlorococcus cell division in surface waters François Ribalet

11:55-12:10 S1-short talk 3: Synechococcus tolerance to environmental stressors in the warm Red Sea Susana Agustí

12:10-12:25 S1-short talk 4: Genomic mosaicism underlies the adaptation of marine Synechococcus ecotypes to several, distinct oceanic iron niches Nathan Ahlgren

12:25-12:40 S1-short talk 5: Synechococcus spp. living in the mesopelagic anoxic realm of the black sea Cristiana Callieri

12:40-12:55 S1-short talk 6: Picocyanobacteria in Inland Seas Maureen Coleman

13:00-14:00 Lunch in conference center Organizers: Conference center staff

14:00-14:25 S1-invited talk 4: Diversity and adaptation of Synechococcus in estuarine waters Invited speaker: Liu Hongbin

14:25-14:50 S1-invited talk 5: Exploring the diverse functional attributes of marine cyanobacteria in natural populations Invited speaker: Mak Saito

14:50-15:15 S1-invited talk 6: The diversity and activity of Prochlorococcus and Synechococcus across space and time Invited speaker: Zackary Johnson

15:15-15:40 S1-invited talk 7: Understanding ocean biogeochemical cycles through the lens of Prochlorococcus and Synechococcus Invited speaker: Adam C. Martiny

15:40-16:00 Coffee break Organizers: Conference center staff

16:00-16:25 S1-invited talk 8: Ecological genomics of marine picocyanobacteria at the global scale using Tara Oceans data Invited speaker: Laurence Garczarek

16:25-16:50 S1-invited talk 9: Using computer models and theory to infer controlling mechanisms of Prochlorococcus and Synechococcus global distributions Invited speaker: Stephanie Dutkiewicz

16:50-17:05 S1-short talk 7: Synechococcus as a proxy for trophic state in the ocean Priscila Lange

17:05-17:20 S1-short talk 8: How many ecological niches are occupied by the superabundant marine microbe Prochlorococcus? Mark Kirkpatrick

17:20-17:35 S1-short talk 9: How will ocean environmental change affect the resource limitation of marine microbes in the low latitude oceans? Alessandro Tagliabue

17:35-17:50 S1-short talk 10: Mapping and modelling cyanobacteria accross a hotspot of climate change Martin Ostrowski

17:50-20:00 1st Poster session All attendees

20:00-21:00 Banquet Organizers: Conference center staff

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