On Sunday 12 May 2013, a range of half- and full-day short courses are scheduled prior to the opening of the congress. Registration is open to all participants to the Annual Meeting.
The purpose of short courses at SETAC Annual Meetings is to provide educational opportunities to the membership and our guests. Teaching a short course also provides an excellent opportunity for getting to know (young) people working in the same field of interest and thus forming networks.
Short course proposals could be submitted until 30 November 2012. Feel free to contact SETAC if you have any questions on short courses.
Following short courses (with leading instructors) will be available at the SETAC Europe 23rd Annual Meeting:
Full day courses (08:00 - 17:00):
Risk Assessment Training and Experience (RATE): Basic understanding and application of risk assessments
Abdel-Razak Kadry, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA (CANCELLED)
Statistical methods in ecotoxicology using R
Christian Ritz, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Bayesian statistical methods in ecotoxicology
Elise Billoir, Pole-Ecotox, France
The Endocrine System: Global Perspectives on Testing Methods and Evaluation of Endocrine Activity
Ellen Mihaich, Environmental and Regulatory Resources, USA
The International Reference Life Cycle Data System Data Network (ILCD D N) : theory and practise
Fabrice Mathieux, JRC-EC, Italy
How to best conduct aquatic ecotoxicity tests according to the International Guidelines
Hans Rufli, Ecotoxsolutions, Switzerland
Statistical issues in the design and analysis of ecotox experiments
John W. Green, DuPont, USA
Modelling human and ecosystems exposures and impacts for life-cycle assessment: the USEtox model
Ralph Rosenbaum, Technical University Denmark
Introduction to mechanistic effect modelling for ecological risk assessment
Volker Grimm, UFZ Leipzig, Germany
Half day courses (08:00 - 12:00 and 13:00 - 17:00):
Handling regionalisation at the global scale in life cycle impact assesment : Impact World + methodology (08:00 - 12:00)
Cécile Bulle, CIRAIG, Canada
Practical Application of Ecosystem Services to Impact Assessment and Environmental Decision-Making (13:00 - 17:00)
Joseph Nicolette, Environ, USA
Registration fees for the full day courses
- SETAC member: 245 €
- SETAC student member: 110 €
- non-member: 375 €
- student non-member: 165 €
The registration fee for a full day course (08:00 - 17:00) includes attendance to the course, course materials, coffee break(s) and lunch from 12:00 - 13:00.
Registration fees for the half day courses
- SETAC member: 175 €
- SETAC student member: 80 €
- non-member: 265 €
- student non-member: 120 €
The registration fee for a half day course (08:00 - 12:00 or 13:00 - 17:00) includes attendance to the course, course materials, coffee break.
We strongly encourage early registration for short courses in order to avoid disappointment, as 1) the number of registrations for some courses are limited and 2) the final decision on whether the short course will be programmed at the meeting will depend on the number of registrations received on 15 March. If you have not registered by that date, we might need to cancel the course you are interested in, due to lack of registrations.
Would you have any questions on short courses, please contact SETAC.
- You can register for one of the short courses + the meeting (go to the registration page and complete the online registration).
- You can register for a short course only (go to the registration page and register online by indicating your attendance to a short course on Sunday only) or complete a short course registration form and returning it to the SETAC office by fax or e-mail.
- You are already registered for the meeting and you would like to add a short course to your registration? No problem, please contact the SETAC office.