PhD thesis (3 years) at Nantes University (France)
1st September 2017
Role of intertidal microbial biodiversity in sediment ecosystem functions
1st FRESCO Summer school
From 2nd July 2017 to 7 July 2017
The LPG-BIAF is delighted to announce that the first FRESCO Summer school will be held on July 2nd to 7th, 2017 at Angers University (France). The course is intended for students/researchers interested in Living benthic foraminifera in coastal environments.
Postdoctoral position (1 year) at Helsinki University
1st October 2016
Microbiology: the missing link in benthic foraminiferal ecology
PhD thesis (3 years) at Angers University
1st September 2016
The role of the Ammonia tepida species complex in coastal ecosystems of the eastern Atlantic margin
1st FRESCO Workshop
24 June 2016
The LPG-BIAF laboratory will host the first FRESCO workshop on June 24th, 2016 at Angers University, France, following the TMS foram and nannofossil spring meeting (20th to 23rd of June)
The Micropalaeontological Society
From 20 June 2016 to 23rd June 2016
The TMS (The Micropalaeontological Society) Foraminifera and Nannofossil groups spring meeting 2016 has for main objective to promote the discipline of the micropaleontology and to present the last advances on the subject. The next edition of this TMS 2016 meeting will be organized by the LPG–BIAF from Sunday, 19th to Thursday, 23rd of June, 2016 at Angers University. The TMS meeting will be followed by the 1st FRESCO Workshop (on June 24th, 2016 at Angers University).
From 17 March 2016 to 24 March 2016
Several international partners of the FRESCO project (Foraminiferal Research Consortium) came to LPG-BIAF in March, 2016; their lectures triggered intense scientific discussion.
Bourgneuf - La Couplasse
7 March 2016
Sampling and field experiments to study the ecology of benthic foraminifera of Bourgneuf bay. In collaboration with Joan Bernhard (WHOI, USA)
Denmark Preliminary experiments
From 9 November 2015 to 13 November 2015
One week visit of E. Geslin (LPG - BIAF), T. Jauffrais (LPG-BIAF) and B. Jesus (MMS) to the marine station of Helsingor (Denmark). First scientific contact with Dr. Kühl and his team. Testing of innovative techniques to study foraminifera.