Poster Program

Below you can find when you are able to meet the authors of the posters that are on display during ISME14. The presenters will be standing next to their poster to answer questions, or to clarify their research on the days indicated below, depending on the session they submitted their abstract in.
The poster sessions on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday will take place from 3.30pm - 5.30pm.
Please note that every poster will be displayed for two days, either on Monday and Tuesday, or on Thursday and Friday.
 


Monday 20 August

 


 

PS01

Empowered by Microbes

PS02

Light and Microbial Life

PS03

Microbes in a Changing Ocean

PS04

Microbial Community Diversity: 16S and Beyond
Main Authors A - C

PS05

Microbial Dispersion and Biogeography - is everything everywhere?

PS06

Microbial Gradient Communities

PS07

Microbial Interactions and Behavior

PS08

Microbial Symbioses

PS09

Pathways and Physiology

PS10

Single Cell Microbiology

 

Tuesday 21 August



PS11

Archaea: important players in diverse microbial ecosystems

PS12

Genetic Potential and Expression: key functions in microbial communities

PS13

Managing Microbial Communities

PS14

Microbial Community Diversity: 16S and Beyond
Main Authors D - M

PS15

Mobilty of Genes and the Species Concept

PS16

Soil Microbiology and Heterogeneity

PS17

The Starving Majority; life at low energy flux

PS18

The Unknowns: rare ones and unculturables

PS19

Virus-Bacteria Interactions

 


Thursday 23 August



 

PS20

Bioinformatics in Microbial Ecology

PS21

Microbial Community Diversity: 16S and beyond
Main Authors N-Z

PS22

Microbial Disease Ecology

PS23

Microbial Element Cycling: from genes to turnover

PS24

Microbial Life in Extreme Environments

PS25

Microbial Origin and Evolution

PS26

Novel High-Resolution Technologies

PS27

Plant-Microbe Interactions

PS28

Predictive Models of Microbial Communities

PS29

Protistan Ecology: beyond diversity

PS30

Syntrophy and Electron Flow in Microbial Communities

PS31

European Science Foundation coordinated collaborative research programme Ecological and Evolutionary Functional genomics (ESF-EuroEEFG). "Understanding the functioning of microbes and microbial communities in their natural habitat: are we shedding light in the black box?"


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