IUFRO Division 3 will host the first Division 3 Doctoral Conference in Corvallis, Oregon, USA (August 29th - September 2nd, 2016). The purpose of this conference is to build cohort, friendship and fellowship among future research scientists in our discipline.
As most of you already know, there are not many young research scientists working in our discipline around the world. This presents a challenge to our research community today and in the future. Cohort-building and networking in an early stage of career is important, and this Conference is intended to provide just that - Connecting Knowledge and Mind! Networking and friendship will benefit the current PhD students throughout their career, and perhaps enable them to work together to solve the challenges our generation will leave behind. The Conference will be led mainly by students and provide ample opportunities of research discussion, peer mentoring, culture sharing and having great fun!
Oregon State University (OSU) will provide lodging, most meals and ground transportation for (hopefully) all student participants during the one-week Conference. Participants will need to pay their own travel expenses to Oregon. The conference flier is attached to this email, and more information is available at http://cpe.forestry.oregonstate.edu/IUFROStudentConference.
I hope you are able to send one of your own students or a student you can support to the Conference. Thank you!
Abstract Submission Deadline
Notification of Acceptance
Registration Deadline (no registration fee)
Arrival, Registration, Welcome Reception
August 29th -
1st IUFRO Division 3 Doctoral Student Conference
IUFRO Division 3 Coordinator
Faye & Lucille Stewart Professor of Forest Engineering
Department of Forest Engineering, Resources and Management
Oregon State University
267 Peavy Hall
Corvallis, OR 97331-5703
IUFRO Division 3 Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/division-3-podcast/id1062022963
IUFRO Working Party 5.04.13 - Industrial engineering, operations analysis and logistics is organizing a symposium on wood supply chain management on 4 May, where Sophie D'Amours, Coordinator 3.04.00 – Forest operations management, will be one of the speakers.
The programme is as follows:
· 09:00 Come Together
· 09:30 Welcome and opening - Manfred Gronalt
· 10:00 Sales and operations in sawmill industry - Sophie D'Amours
· 10:45 Logyard logistics - Maria Anna Huka
· 11:30 Timbertec architecture to support forest based industries - Andreas Boll
· 12:15 Lunch Break
· 13:30 CT-scanning is changing the production planning - Martin Pernkopf
· 14:15 Collaborative logistics - potentials and pitfalls - Mikael Rönnqvist
· 15:00 Closing - Manfred Gronalt
If this sounds interesting to you, please register by 24 April 2016 with matthias.kaltenbrunner(a)boku.ac.at.
posted on behalf of Manfred Gronalt by IUFRO Headquarters
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From: Manfred Gronalt <manfred.gronalt(a)boku.ac.at>
Date: Tue, 23 Feb 2016 16:00:30 +0100
Subject: Symposium "Holzindustrielles Management" IUFRO WP5.04.13
Liebe Frau Burger, anbei eine Einladung zu unserem Symposium
"Holzindustrielles Management" zu Ihrer Information.
mit freundlichen Grüßen
Prof. Dr. Manfred Gronalt
Boku - University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences
Department of Economics and Social Sciences
Institute of Production Economics and Logistics
Guttenberghaus, Feistmantelstr. 4
fon: <tel:%2B%2B43%201%2047654%204411> ++43 1 47654 4411
email: <mailto:email@example.com> manfred.gronalt(a)boku.ac.at
From: Monica Gabay [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Montag, 22. Februar 2016 14:14
Subject: IUFRO Joint International Conference - RG 3.08, RG 9.03, WP 9.05.06
I am delighted to share with you the first announcement and call for submissions for our IUFRO International Conference "Between Tradition and Increasing Challenges: Future Development of Small-scale and Community Forestry in Times of Global Change". Some of you honor us by participating in the Scientific Committee, so I am sure we will have a very interesting meeting!
The conference will provide a unique opportunity to bring together researchers from all over the world to share evidence-based knowledge on small-scale and community forestry issues in Latin America, including the ecological, institutional and anthropogenic factors influencing the management and evolution of forests and forest landscapes. As traditional knowledge plays a substantial role in both small-scale and community forest ownership models, the integration of a historical dimension will provide an additional source of information in order to interpret and understand the challenges and constraints related to global change.
Please find attached the First Announcement as well as two pictures: the Paranaense Rainforest in Misiones, Argentina, and a workshop of mbya guarani craftspeople on valorization of the cultural value inherent to their production.
I look forward to promoting forest history and traditional knowledge (as well as community forestry) at this meeting!
All the best,
Between Tradition and Increasing Challenges:
Future Development of Small-scale and Community Forestry in Times of Global Change
IUFRO International Conference
3.08.00 - Small-scale forestry;
9.03.00 - Forest history and traditional knowledge
9.05.06 - Community forestry
Foz do Iguacu /
26. Sept. 2016 – 29. Sept. 2016
Post-Conference Tour: Misiones
30. Sept. – 02. Oct. 2016
We are very pleased to present the final program for the Sustainable Supply Chain for the Timber Economy of the Future conference being presented as part of Austimber week in April 2016. We are very pleased with the range and quality of speakers that are lined up for the two day conference and think it will provide great value to local Australian and international participant alike.
Please note that special early bird rates are available for the conference and a great package that includes a field tour day and the Austimber dinner until 29 February. Registration is available at www.austimber.org.au/get-tickets/<http://www.austimber.org.au/get-tickets/>
If you have any questions or comments please do not hesitate to get in touch with Mauricio Acuna macuna(a)usc.edu.au<mailto:email@example.com> or Mark Brown mbrown2(a)usc.edu.au<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> and please make sure to make your networks aware of the conference and the fact it is now open for registration.
We look forward to a great crowd and great discussion at Austimber in Traralgon this April.
Mauricio and Mark
University of the Sunshine Coast, Locked Bag 4, Maroochydore DC, Queensland, 4558 Australia.
CRICOS Provider No: 01595D
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