Invited Speakers (confirmed)

José-Pío Beltrán
Institute of Plant Molecular and Cellular Biology (IBMCP), CSIC-UPV, Valencia, Spain
Engeneering male sterility as a tool to decrease pollen-caused allergies 

Silvia Coimbra
Centre for Biodiversity, Functional and Integrative Genomics (BioFIG) University of Porto, Portugal
Arabinogalactan proteins (AGPs) cross-talk in Arabidopsis pollen-pistil interactions

Stefano del Duca
Dep. of botany, University of Bolonia, Italy
Pollen alergens in food plants and cross-reactive allergens

Iñaki Hormaza
Experimental Station of La Mayora, CSIC, Málaga, Spain
Pollen development and pollination in Annonaceae primitive angiosperms: evolutive implications.

Donatella Magri
Univ. Sapienza, Roma , Italia.
Quaternary disappearance of tree taxa from Europe: timing and trends

Raquel Martín
Centro Apícola de Marchamalo, Junta ClM, Guadalajara, Spain
A practical example of a multidisciplinary collaborative work to understand the honey bee colony losses: from palynology to bee pathology

María Jesús Puertas

University Complutense of Madrid, Spain.

Drive in favour of a parasite chromosome during pollen mitosis and effects on histone H3 methylation pattern

Surangy W. Punyasena

University of Illinois, USA

Quantitative approaches to pollen analysis: the role of super-resolution microscopy, machine learning, and bioimage informatics

Thomas Servais
CNRS, Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille, France
The evolution of the phytoplankton during the Phanerozoic: relation to sea-level, climate and CO2

Bernard Vaissiere
INRA, Avignon, France.
Assessing the impact of declining pollinators on world agriculture.