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The First International  CSPP /  IAPPS Symposium
 
New Management Strategies for Insects and Diseases of Rice
 
Beijing, China, Oct. 25-26, 2012
 
(The Second Announcement)
 
Rice, a staple food for over half of the worlds’ population is a key to food security, social stability and the economy.  Today, in many Asian and African countries, rice production is threatened by the shortage of arable land and water. In addition, insects and diseases are two major threats that cause severe yield losses in epidemic years. In the past two decades the frequent and improper application of chemicals, for insect and disease control, has caused the development of insect and pathogen resistance, affected farmers’ health, damaged the environment and reduced biodiversity. It is thus imperative that we review some of the critical issues concerning the development of more effective, sustainable, environmentally sound and socially acceptable strategies for insect and disease management.  In conjunction with the 2012 annual meeting of the China Society of Plant Protection (CSPP), CSPP and the International Association for the Plant Protection Sciences (IAPPS) is co-sponsoring the first international joint symposium to discuss the following topics:
 
Ø      Why are planthoppers such a serious problem in Asia now?
Ø      What ecological engineering approaches can play a role in rice insect management?
Ø      Is the host plant resistance (HPR) approach suitable for the management of rice insect pests?
Ø      Rapid insecticide resistance development - Where do we go from here?
Ø      Plantwise – New framework for integrating pest management.
Ø      What are the best integrated approaches to rice diseases when HPR is not effective?
Ø      What is the impact of abiotic stresses on rice disease development and epidemics?
Ø      How do we achieve durable resistance by using both major and minor resistance genes?
Ø      What is the effect of multilines and crop rotation for rice blast disease control?
Ø      What are the effective control methods for emerging RSV and RBSDV diseases?
Ø      What are the current status and potentials of bio-control approaches for rice diseases?
Ø      What is the role of epidemiology in plant disease forecasting and control?
Ø      What are some truly novel/out-of-the-box strategies for future durable resistance?
Ø      Can we achieve a strategic approach to future plant protection in rice that involves major stakeholders and achieves productive and resilient outcomes?
 
Plenary lectures at the Annual Meeting of CSPP:
Dr. Geoff Norton, University of Queensland, Australia
Dr. Larry Madden, Ohio State University, USA
Dr. Noriharu Ken Umetsu, Otsuka Chemical/Tokyo University of Agriculture&Technology, Japan
Dr. Jianping Chen, Zhejiang Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China
Dr. Le Kang, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China.
Dr. Youyong Zhu, Yunnan Agricultural University, China
 
Invited Speakers at the First International CSPP/IAPPS Symposium
Dr. Geoff Gurr, Charles Sturt University, Australia
Dr. Finbar Horgan, International Rice Research Institute, Philippines
Dr. Ki Deok Kim, Korea University, South Korea
Dr. Nollie Vera Cruz, International Rice Research Institute, Philippines
Dr. K.L. Heong, International Rice Research Institute, Philippines
Dr. TohruTeraoka, Tokyo University of Agriculture & Technology, Japan
Dr. Masaya Matsumura, National Agriculture and Food Research Organization, Japan
Dr. Zewen Liu, Nanjing Agricultural University, China
Dr. Feng Zhang, CABI East Asia, Beijing, China
Dr. Yijun Zhou, Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China
Dr. Guo-Liang Wang, Ohio State University, USA and CAAS, China.
 
Sponsored by: China Society of Plant Protection and International Association for the Plant Protection Sciences.
 
Organized by: State Key Laboratory for Biology of Plant Diseases and Insect Pests (SKLBPI), Institute of Plant Protection, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS), China.
 
Co-organized by: China International Conference Center for Science and Technology (CICCST)
 
Scientific Program Conveners:
Dr. Guo-Liang Wang, Professor, Ohio State University, USA and CAAS, China.
Dr. K.L. Heong, Coordinator of Region VIII: Southeast Asia of IAPPS and Senior Scientist, International Rice Research Institute, Philippines.
 
Date and Location: October 25-26, 2012, Jiuhua Resort & Convention Center (http://www.jiuhua.com.cn), Xiaotangshan, Changping District,  Beijing, China.
Postcode: 102211 Telephone: +86 10 6178 2288
 
Schedule timetable

All Day
Oct. 24, 2012
Morning
Oct. 25, 2012
Afternoon
Oct. 25, 2012
All Day
Oct. 26, 2012
Registration
Opening Ceremony of annual meeting of CSPP
Plenary lectures at the annual meeting of CSPP
First International CSPP /IAPPS Symposium*

*The First International CSPP/IAPPS Symposium on Current Challenges and Future Directions in Insect and Disease Management in Rice Production is one of the 6 Symposia at the CSPP Annual Meeting on Oct. 26.
 
Language: English
 
Call For Abstract
The theme of the symposium is to discuss the Current Challenges and Future Directions on New Management Strategies for Rice Insects and Diseases. Authors are invited to submit an abstract representing original work that fall into one of the 14 topics above-mentioned. A limited number of abstracts will be selected for short oral presentations by the organizing committee.
 
Instruction for Abstract Submission
 
 Deadline for abstract submission is on August 31,2012. 
 The abstract should be written in English in Microsoft Word format
Submit by email as an attachment, together with a Submission Form, to wenliping99@yahoo.com.cn
 Confirmation of receipt of abstracts will be sent within three working days
 An abstract should contain title, author name(s), affiliation(s), body text and keywords, and the email address of the corresponding author. 
 The maximum words for an abstract is 500 words
 
Registration
 
Registration fee(for International participants)
 
 
By 31th
July, 2012
By 30th
Sept., 2012
After 30th
Sept., 2012
Participant
350 USD
400 USD
450 USD
Student/Postdoc
300 USD
350 USD
400 USD
Accompanying Person
320 USD
370 USD
420 USD
Notes:  Student registration must be accompanied by a copy of student ID card or a proof of student status from the educational institution to the Organizing Secretariat, via fax or email.
 
Registration fee includes:
● Welcome Reception
● Entry to all Meeting Sessions
● Meeting bag and materials
● Breakfasts, lunches and Dinners during Oct. 24-26, 2012
● Abstract edit and publication
● A copy of the Symposium Proceedings
 
Registration fee does not include pre- and post-congress tours.
 
Hotel Accommodation
 
Pleased pay one day room rate with registration fee for the Hotel Reservation. The remaining room rate could be payed at the hotel front desk by yourself when you arrive at our hotel. You can pay by cash or credit card:
 
Jiuhua Grand Hotel #16
Discount price(USD) /night
Single-Bed Room
75
Double-Bed Room
 
 
 
Tour Information
 
One-Day Local Tours
(Price includes lunch.)
LT1: The Great Wall & the Ming Tombs
(8:30-17:00, October 24 and 27, 2012, Tour price: RMB¥400.00)
LT2: The Forbidden City, the Temple of Heaven and Tian’anmen Square
(8:30-17:00, October 25, 2012, Tour price: RMB¥370.00)
LT3: The Summer Palace, the Lama Temple, Bird’s Nest (National Stadium) and Water Cube (National Swimming Center) (for accompanying persons only)
(8:30-17:00, October 26, 2012, Tour price: RMB¥370.00)
 
Post Conference Tours
(Accommodation in 4-star hotels and travel by airplanes)
PT1: Beijing - Xi,an - Beijing (3 days, Oct.28 to 30, 2012)
Tour price: Single Occupancy: RMB¥4700.00; Twin Occupancy: RMB¥4200.00
PT2: Beijing - Xi,an - Shanghai  (4 days, Oct.28 to 31, 2012)
Tour price: Single Occupancy: RMB¥5650.00; Twin Occupancy: RMB¥4850.00
 
 
Payment and Cancellation
 
Payment
Registration fee and hotel deposit should be paid in USD and by the following methods:
1. Bank Transfer
Account Name: CICCST
Account No.: 778350014159
Bank: Head Office of Bank of China. 1 Fuxingmennei Ave., Beijing 100818, China
*Please make reference to CSPP / IAPPS and name of participant. Bank charges are to be borne by the applicants.
 
2. Credit Cards
Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club and JCB are accepted.
* As an authorization, Card number, expiry date, name and signature of the card holder must be sent to CICCST by fax +86 10 62174126 or email yzhen0220@gmail.com. There will be a 3% bank service charge for credit card payment.
 
3. Payment On-site
Cash and credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club and JCB) are acceptable at the congress site.
 
Contact
Mr. Yan Zhen / CICCST
Add: Room 708, No.86 Xueyuan Nanlu, Beijing 100086, China
Tel: +86 10 13661276118 or 62174056
Fax: +86 10 62174126
Email: yzhen0220@gmail.com
 
4. Notes
After September 1, 2012, payment by bank transfer will not be accepted.
Please keep the remittance invoice or receipt of your bank transfer.
Personal check is not acceptable.
 
Confirmation
Your registration and hotel reservation will be confirmed within 10 days of receipt of your registration information and payment.
 
Cancellation and Refund
Cancellation must be made by writing to the CICCST via e-mail before Sept. 30, 2012 to receive a refund. The money will be refunded to you after the Symposium in the same manner that you paid. Below are the refund policies based on the cancellation time.
  • Before Aug. 31th, 2012:100% of the registration fee will be refunded.
  • Before Sept. 30th, 2012: 50% of the registration fee will be refunded.
  • After Sept. 30th, 2012, there will be NO REFUND.
A hotel room cancellation fee equivalent to the full room charge of one night will be imposed for cancellation notices received less than 30 days or for any 'no shows' on the day of arrival.
 
Note:
The information below should be reflected in your refund letter if you paid by bank transfer: registration name / registration number / refund reason / amount / receiver’s name / bank account number / bank name / bank address / swift code / ref no. / signature.
 
Electricity
The electric current in China is 220V, 50hz. Most hotels have built-in converters in bathrooms for shavers and hair dryers.
 
Contacts
 
For scientific program:
Dr. Guo-Liang Wang
Tel: 13548594129,
 Email:wang.620@osu.edu
 
For Registration, Hotel accommodation and Tours
 Mr. Yan Zhen / CICCST
Add: Room 708, No.86 Xueyuan Nanlu, Beijing 100086, China
Tel: +86 10 13661276118 or 62174056
Fax: +86 10 62174126
Email: yzhen0220@gmail.com
 
For the invitation letter and any additional assistance:
Mrs. Liping Wen,
Vice-Secretary-General, China Society of Plant Protection,
Add: Institute of Plant Protection, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences,
# 2 West yuanmingyuan Road, Beijing 100193 China
Tel /Fax: 86-10-62811917,
 
The more detail of the Symposium will be shown on the website: http://www.ipmchina.net/cspp_2012/en/
 
Transfer from the Airport to Hotel
Line 1 : By taxi from Beijing Capital International Airport to Jiuhua Resort & Convention Center. The total cost is around 100 RMB. The time is around 40 minutes
Line 2 : By Airport shuttles Line 8 from Beijing Capital International Airport get off at Tiantongyuan(天通苑) →by Bus 984 (or by taxi) arrived at Jiuhua Resort & Convention Center(九华山庄)
Line 3: By Airport shuttles Line 3 from Beijing Capital International Airport get off at Dongzhimen(东直门) (about 40min) →0y Subway Line 13 get off at Lishuiqiao(立水桥) (about 20min)→by Bus 984(or by taxi) arrived at Jiuhua Resort & Convention Center(九华山庄)
 
What you should tell a taxi driver: Please drive me to Jiuhua Resort & Convention Center. Thank you! Or print this on a paper and give it to a taxi driver:
请送我到九华山庄(16区)谢谢!
 
 
 
 
中国植物保护学会(CSPP)
China Society of Plant Protection