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Symposium international sur le nématode du pin, un organisme invasif qui menace les pins en France et en Europe

Registration Webinar Nov. 2021

You can register for the symposium on this page

To attend the PWD2020 symposium, it is necessary to register before November 12th 2021.

There is no registration fee.

Be careful, you need to register for each session (i.e., each day) you would like to attend.
See schedule at :
Once you have registered, you will receive an automatic message with a personal link to access the LiveStorm event. The links to register are given below.
Do not share your personal LiveStorm link(s) with other colleagues as you will not be able to use it(them) anymore. Instead, ask them to register themselves if they wish to attend the symposium.

Questions to speakers during the symposium: note that you will not be able to ask directly your question to the speaker. Instead, on the right panel, you can write a question in the « Question » tab and the chairman will review these questions after each talk. Please, before writing a new question, have a look on the questions that have been already written. If your question is similar to a previous one, please vote for this one and do not write a new one, as it will give more weight to this question and the chairman can more easily target important questions and invite the attendant to ask this question.

If you are not familiar with the LiveStorm webinar system, you can visit the LiveStorm webpage and see videos : . Note that the use of Google Chrome as the web browser is recommended to avoid problems with LiveStorm.

Registration procedure for speakers is different. Speakers will directly receive a guideline.


Register for Monday 22 November 2021:

Register for Tuesday 23 November 2021:

Register for Wednesday 24 November 2021:

Register for Thursday 25 November 2021:

Register for Friday 26 November 2021: