Presentations in conferences

Scientific presentations in conferences and special seminars

Scientific formal presentations are important qualitative indicators of a research institution. They account for scientific excellence and serve as a public platform to present new data, new ideas and new perspectives to the scientific community, locally, nationally and internationally.

Citations in red-wine color are presentations in major national and international conferences

“Authors in bold letters are scientists associated with BIS”

  1. de-Bashan, L.E., Bashan, Y., Lopez, B.R. and Palacios, O. 2017. .Immobilization of microorganisms for the environment and agriculture. In: 6th International Congress on Biology, Chemistry and Agronomy of the Autonomous University of Guadalajara. September 27-29, 2017. Guadalajara, Mexico. (Invited speaker).AdobeLogo
  2. de-Bashan, L.E., Bashan, Y., Lopez, B.R. and Palacios, O. 2017. Interaction between Chlorella and Azospirillum: basic and applied aspects. First International Congress of Basic and Applied Microbiology and 2nd Symposium of Microbial Models, 6-8.9. 2017, Puebla, Mexico (Invited speaker).AdobeLogo
  3. Bashan, Y., and de-Bashan, L.E. 2017. The Plant growth-promoting bacteria Azospirillum and Bacillus as model organisms to study interaction with plants. First International Congress of Basic and Applied Microbiology and 2nd Symposium of Microbial Models, 6-8.9. 2017, Puebla, Mexico (Invited speaker).AdobeLogo
  4. Han, S.,  Li, D.,  Rothballer, M., Hartmann, A. 2017. Role of bacterial quorum sensing 3-hydroxy-decanoyl-homoserine lactone signal molecule in the interaction of the beneficial endophyte Acidovorax radicis N35 with barley seedlings. In: 5th Asian PGPR International Conference for Sustainable Agriculture. 16-19 July, 2017, Bogor, Indonesia.AdobeLogo
  5. Bashan, Y. 2017. Bashan Institute of Science. Information and capabilities. Special seminar. In: Meeting of the Directors of Alabama Agricultural Experimental Station. 8 June 2017. Auburn, Alabama, USA (Invited speaker). AdobeLogo
  6. Hartmann, A. 2017. Role of bacterial signal molecules in the interaction of beneficial microbes with plant hosts. In: International Conference on Technology Advancement for Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development 20-22 February. 2017. New Delhi, India. (Key-note speaker).AdobeLogo
  7. de-Bashan, L.E., Lopez, B.R., Palacios, O. and Bashan, Y. 2016. Interaction between microalgae and plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR): basic and applied aspects. In: 6th National Symposium and 5th International Symposium on Phytopathogenic Bacteria and 2nd Symposium on Beneficial bacteria for Plants. Guadalajara, Mexico, 22-24 September, 2016 (Invited speaker).AdobeLogo
  8. Bashan, Y., de-Bashan, L.E., Lopez, B., Bacilio, M., Garcia, E., Galaviz, C. and Moreno, M. 2016. Plant growth-promoting bacteria and their use as inoculants for extreme environments. In: 6th National Symposium and 5th International Symposium on Phytopathogenic Bacteria and 2nd Symposium on Beneficial bacteria for Plants. Guadalajara, Mexico, 22-24 September, 2016 (Invited speaker). AdobeLogo
  9. Bashan, Y., and de-Bashan L.E. 2016. Synthetic mutualism between microalgae and plant growth-promoting bacteria for tertiary wastewater treatment. In: International Conference on Water Microbiology and Novel Technologies. Chicago, IL, 18-19 July, 2016 (Key-note speaker). AdobeLogo     Poster: AdobeLogo
  10. de-Bashan, L.E., Bashan. Y., Lopez, B.R., and Palacios, O. 2016. Creation of synthetic mutualism to improve understanding of the relationships between microalgae and bacteria in fresh water. In: International Conference on Water Microbiology and Novel Technologies. Chicago, IL, 18-19 July, 2016 (Invited speaker). AdobeLogo
  11. Bashan, N. 2016.Formulations for inoculants of PGPR. In: IPS 6th International Conference on “Plant, Pathogens and People”, Feb. 23-27. 2. 2016, New Delhi, India (invited lecture). AdobeLogo
  12. Bashan, Y. and de-Bashan, L.E. 2015. Restoration of eroded desert lands with plant growth-promoting bacteria. In: Institutional seminar of the Institute of Environmental Biotechnology of Graz University of Technology, 29.11-4.12.2015. Graz, Austria (Invited lecture). AdobeLogo
  13. de-Bashan, L.E. and Bashan, Y. 2015. Creation of synthetic mutualism between microalgae and bacteria to understand plant-bacteria interaction. In: Institutional seminar of the Institute of Environmental Biotechnology of Graz University of Technology, 29.11-4.12.2015. Graz, Austria (Invited lecture). AdobeLogo
  14. Bashan, Y. and de-Bashan, L.E. 2015. Inoculant formulations are essential for successful inoculation with plant growth-promoting bacteria. In: miCROPe 2015 –Microbe-assisted crop production: opportunities, challenges and needs, 23–25. 11. 2015, Vienna, Austria. (Key-note lecture). AdobeLogo
  15. de-Bashan, L.E. 2015. Search for endophytes in wild plants. In: Special seminar, Joined groups of molecular environmental microbiology and biocontrol of pathogens, Auburn University, November 17, 2015, Auburn, Alabama, USA (Invited lecture). AdobeLogo
  16. Bashan, Y., 2015. Who is an author or co-author of a scientific paper? In: Special seminar, Joined groups of molecular environmental microbiology and biocontrol of pathogens, Auburn University, October 27, 2015, Auburn, Alabama, USA (Invited lecture). AdobeLogo
  17. de-Bashan, L.E. and Bashan, Y. 2015. Plant growth-promoting bacteria for the environment. In: Departmental seminar. Department of entomology and plant pathology, Auburn University, October 5, 2015, Auburn, Alabama, USA (Shared invited lecture). AdobeLogo
  18. Bashan, Y. and de-Bashan, L.E. 2015. Bacterial inoculants: present and future. In: Seminar at Symbiota, September 16, 2015, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. (Invited lecture). AdobeLogo
  19. López-Caraballo, A.A., Detweiler, A., Everroad, C., Bashan, Y., de-Bashan, L.E. Bebout, B. 2015. Evaluation of a new biological system (Chlorella sorokiniana – Azospirillum brasilense) for spaceflight experiments. In: NASA-Ames Summer Symposium, August 6, 2015, Ames, California, USA.
  20. Posada, U. L.F., Villegas-Escobar, V., Álvarez, J.C., Romero T. M., Bashan, Y. and de-Bashan, L.E. 2015. Description of the tomato root colonization by Bacillus subtilis EA-CB0575 using Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) and Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). In: Rhizosphere 4, 21-25.6.2015, Maastricht, the Netherlands.
  21. de-Bashan, L.E. Amavizca, E., Hernandez, J. P., Lopez, B. R., Palacios, O. and Bashan, Y. 2015. Interaction of Plant Growth-Promoting Bacteria and microalgae: from basic studies of plant–bacteria interaction to potential biotechnological applications. In: 4th Asian PGPR conference. May 3-6, 2015. Hanoi, Vietnam. (Invited lecture). AdobeLogo
  22. Bashan, Y. and de-Bashan, L.E. 2015. Synthetic inoculants. 4th Asian PGPR conference. May 3-6, 2015. Hanoi, Vietnam. (Invited lecture). AdobeLogo
  23. Bashan, Y. and de-Bashan, L.E. 2015. Advanced inoculants for plant growth-promoting bacteria aimed for the 21st century Colombian agriculture. In: Nation-wide seminar of the Colombian Research Institute for Agriculture (CORPOICA), April 16, 2015. Bogota, Colombia (Key-note lecture). AdobeLogo
  24. de-Bashan, L.E. and Bashan, Y. 2015. Uso y aplicaciones de algas inmobilizadas en el tratamiento de aguas contaminadas. In: Seminar of the Center of Biotechnology, April 1. 2015, University of Concepcion, Chile. (Invited lecture). AdobeLogo
  25. de-Bashan, L.E. and Bashan, Y. 2015. Encapsulation in polymers of microalgae growth-promoting bacteria; a useful technology for wastewater treatment and also as a delivery system for probiotics and vaccines. In: Seminar of the School of Fisheries, Aquaculture & Aquatic Sciences. March 6, 2015, Auburn University, Alabama, USA (Shared invited lecture). AdobeLogo

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