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Functionnal Ecology Conference

Functional Ecology Conference 2018

December 10-13, 2018 Nancy, France

Important dates

 

  • February 1 : Registration open - Call for papers
  • October 1: Extended deadline to sumit your abstracts or posters
  • October 15: Decision on acceptance of abstracts
  • October 30: publication of the accepted abstracts on the website
  • November 5: end of registration
  • December 10-12: Functionnal Ecology Conference
  • December 13: Workshop AnaEE

How to submit an Oral presentation or a Poster

Instructions for submitting an abstract for oral presentation and poster

The abstract must be attached within the form “abstract submission” and should be arranged as follows in a Word document:

  • Language: in English
  • Font and size: Arial 10, title in bold Majuscule, line space 1,5 cm
  • Maximum: 400 words (excluding title, author names and affiliations)
  • Authorship:
    • Speaker-author in italic; family name in Majuscule; example: Bob MARLY
    • When completing the list of authors please indicate the presenting author by underlining his name; in italic Arial 10; names separated by coma;  example: Bob MARLY, Birgit BARDY, ….
    • In the list of authors please use exponent number for finding corresponding affiliations; example: Bob MARLY1, Birgit BARDY2….
  • Affiliation: in normal Arial 10 with exponent numbers before each affiliation; successive affiliations centered.
  • Keywords: Please provide 4 to 6 keywords which can be used for indexing purposes.
  • Text: must be justified.

The abstract should be presented as follows:

  1.  an introduction into the context of the presentation;
  2.  a clear statement of the research questions;
  3.  a quick overview of the methods used;
  4.  the most important results;
  5.  a conclusion.
  • NO tables (except for keynotes)
  • NO figures (except for keynotes)
  • NO equations
  • Abbreviations must be avoided

Please add the FEC2018 logo in the header section of your abstract, your oral presentation slides and the poster 

Maximum size of the Poster :

  •  80 cm x 120 cm (portrait orientation)

About citation & references

  • Citation in the text by name and year in parentheses.
    • Some examples: “…(Thompson 1990)”;
    • “…as evidenced by Body and Building (2000)”,
    • “This hypothesis was formulated separately by several authors (Baby 1891; Boom et al. 1991; Big and Bang 1992; Skyfall et al. 1993)”.
  • References: no more than 3-4 references; as follow:
  Article by DOI
Slifka MK, Whitton JL (2000) Clinical implications of dysregulated cytokine production. J Mol Med. doi:10.1007/s001090000086
  Book
South J, Blass B (2001) The future of modern genomics. Blackwell, London
  Book chapter
Brown B, Aaron M (2001) The politics of nature. In: Smith J (ed) The rise of modern genomics, 3rd edn. Wiley, New York, pp 230-257
  Online document
Cartwright J (2007) Big stars have weather too. IOP Publishing PhysicsWeb.
http://physicsweb.org/articles/news/11/6/16/1. Accessed 26 June 2007
  Dissertation
Trent JW (1975) Experimental acute renal failure. Dissertation, University of California

How to reach Nancy

To reach the meeting place: AgroParisTech-Nancy, 14 rue Girardet, 54000 Nancy
Phone Office: + 33 (0)3 83 39 73 41 (8:00 am-6:00 pm)

Car

Access by car:  

GPS Latitude: 48.6937214   
GPS Longitude:  6.1878205000000435

Nancy is located on major European transport routes.
  • From Paris to Metz A4 and A31 to Nancy. Travel time: 4 h.
  • From northern France, join the A4 at Reims.
  • From the east, go to Metz via the A4 or the road via the Vosges.
  • From the south, A6 to Dijon, then A31 to Nancy

See Grand Nancy map

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plane

Access by Plane

Metz-Nancy Lorraine Regional Airport (45 km north of Nancy)

Lorraine Airport
Route de Vigny
57420 GOIN

Phone: +33(0)387 567 000

A shuttle service is offered to users.

  • Breakpoints → Nancy: Bus station, Place de la République.
  • Price of the trip → Unit as a journey: 8 €
    Settlement in cash, credit card or by check.
  • Bus schedules (in French)

Taxis are parked in the reserved lane in front of the terminal. Book your trip to or from the airport.

  • Taxis Nancy: +33 (0)3 83 37 65 37
  • Taxis Bleus Lorrains: +33 (0) 06 48 67 79 21

By train

Train

Access by train 

Nancy Railway Station (downtown)

3, Place Thiers, 54000 NANCY (daily open from 5:30 am-10:30 pm)
Phone: 0836 353 535 (daily from 7am to 10pm)
The station is in the city centre, five minutes on foot from Place Stanislas. Daily from 5.30am to 10.30pm

Gare Lorraine TGV SNCF
(35 km north of Nancy)

Route départementale 910, 57420 LOUVIGNY
(daily open from 6:30 am to 9:10 pm)

Lorraine TGV station offers direct TGV line connection with

  • Strasbourg,
  • Bordeaux,
  • Nantes,
  • Rennes,
  • Lille,...
  • near Paris: Charles De Gaulle Airport, Marne La Vallée Chessy, TGV Massy,...

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A shuttle service is offered to users of Lorrain TGV SNCF.
Phone: +33(0)3 83 30 89 99

  • Breakpoints → Nancy: Bus station, rue Saint-Léon.
  • Price of the trip → Unit as a journey: 10 €
    Settlement in cash, credit card or by check.
  • Tarifs and timetables shuttles (in French)

Taxis are parked in the reserved lane in front of the station. Book your trip to or from the airport.

  • Taxis Nancy: +33 (0)3 83 37 65 37
  • Taxis Bleus Lorrains: +33 (0) 06 48 67 79 21

Accommodation

Nancy is a touristic city. We recommend that you book your room as soon as possible. Here is a list of hotels

  Near railway station

  Near Stanislas place

  Near Rive de Meurthe

  • Park Inn hotel

   11 rue Raymond Poincaré

   F54000 Nancy

  Tél: +33(0)3.83.39.75.75

   Fax: +33(0)3.83.32.78.17

    website

  • Hotel Le Stanislas

   22 rue Ste Catherine

   F54000 Nancy

   Tél: +33 (0)9.50.71.80.23

   Fax: +33(0)3.83.32.31.02

   website (in french)

  • Hotel Ibis Budget

   Allée du Chanoine Drioton

   F54000 Nancy

   Tél: +33(0)8.92.68.12.86

   website

  • Coeur de City Hotel Nancy  Stanislas

   61 rue Pierre Semard

   F54000 Nancy

   Tél: +33(0)3.83.32.28.53

   Fax: +33(0)3.83.32.79.97

   website

  • Hotel des Prélats

   56 rue st Georges

   F54000 Nancy

   Tél: +33(0)3.83.30.20.20

   Fax: +33(0)3.83.30.20.21

   website

  • Hotel Ibis Centre

   42 avenue du XXème Corps

   F54000 Nancy

   Tél: +33(0)3.83.37.10.10

   Fax: +33(0)3.8337.66.33

   website

  • Best Western

   5 rue Chanzy

    F54000 Nancy

   Tél: +33(0)3.83.17.54.00

   Fax: +33(0)3.83.17.54.30

   website

  • Hotel de Guise

   18 rue de Guise

   F54000 Nancy

   Tél: +33(0)3.83.3.24.68

   Fax: +33(0)3.83.35.75.63

   website

  • Residhome (Apparthotel)

    9 boulevard de la Mothe

    F54000 Nancy

   Tél: +33(0)3.83.19.55.60

    Fax: +33(0)3.83.19.55.61

   website

  • Hotel Ibis Nancy gare

   3 rue crampel

   F54000 Nancy

   Tél: +33(0)3.83.32.90.16

   Fax: +33(0)3.83.32.08.77

   website

  • Hotel Mercure

   5 rue des Carmes

   F54000 Nancy

   Tél: +33(0)3.83.30.82.60

   Fax: +33(0)3.83.30.92.92

   website

  • Appart City (Apparthotel)

   10 rue de Chaligny

   F54000 Nancy

   Tél: +33(0)3.83.33.85.00

    Fax: +33(0)3.83.32.655.09

    website

  • Hotel Campanile

   12 rue de Serre

   F54000 Nancy

   Tél: +33(0)892.23.48.15

    Fax: +33(0)3.83.21.10.17

   website

 
  • Adagio (Apparthotel)

   31 avenue du XXème Corps

   F54000 Nancy

   Tél: +33(0)3.83.15.87.80

   Fax: +33(0)3.83.26.15.40

   website

  • REVOTEL

   43 rue Raymond Poincaré   

   F54000 Nancy

   Tél: +33(0)3.83.91.10.97

   Fax: +33(0)3.83.90.00.45

    website