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IPC2017:  

14th International Phytotechnologies Conference:    New Sustainable Solutions for Environmental Challenges 


September 25-29, 2017
Montreal, Canada

Venue: Omni Mont-Royal 


Since 2004, the IPS’s annual conferences have been an opportunity for research scientists, engineers, industry professionals, landscape architects, and policy regulators from all over the world to present recent advances in the fields of phytotechnology and to discuss how these scientific and technical developments can be applied to current environmental challenges. 

Phytotechnologies are strategic uses of plants and their associated microorganisms to clean water, soil, air and provide ecosystem services in managed environments. 

Original contributions will be presented in plenary lectures, in parallel sessions on dedicated specific topics, and in poster sessions.  

In addition, IPC 2017 will coincide with the 375th anniversary of the founding of Montreal. Conference participants will have the opportunity to benefit from the exciting celebratory atmosphere as well as from activities planned in the context of this anniversary. 

We look forward to welcoming you to Montreal for the 14th International Phytotechnologies Conference. 

Our Call for Abstracts is now open. Submissions are DUE by May 17. 

Please click here for complete conference information. 




 

Past Conferences

13th International Phytotechnologies Conference

Plant-Based Solutions for Environmental Problems from Lab to Field 

Sept 26-29, 2016, Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province, China

12th International Phytotechnologies Conference

Phytotechnologies for Sustainable Development

Sept 27-30, 2015, Manhattan, Kansas, USA

11th International Phytotechnologies Conference

Sept 30 - Oct 3, Heraklion, Crete, Greece

10th International Phytotechnologies Conference

1-4 October 2013, Syracuse, New York, USA

9th International Phytotechnologies Conference

September 11-14, 2012, Hasselt University, Hasselt, Belgium

8th International Phytotechnologies Conference

Putting Plants to Work where we Live, Labor, Breathe, and Play

September 13-16, 2011, Portland, Oregon, USA