Where: Prague (Czech Republic)
When: 3.–4. November 2022
After successful previous meetings, we want to gather again researchers from all around the world, interested in the fascinating realm of snow and glacier ice algae. Please save the date!
There will be no parallel sessions. Instead, in a more informal work-shop like atmosphere, colleagues are invited to present and discuss their data and opinions (15+5 min lectures or posters). All aspects of cryoflora (snow and glacier ice algae) are covered, including biodiversity, taxonomy, community structures and interactions, cultivation, cell biology, physiology and adaptation, ecology, bioalbedo, physics and chemistry of melting snow and glaciers.
Registration & Payment
You can now register here.
Registration fee: 80 EURO
The registration fee includes drinks and snacks in-between sessions and conference dinner on 3 November.
Bank transfer to:
Czech Phycological Society (Benátská 433/2, 128 00 Praha 2, Czech Republic)
Bank: Ceska sporitelna
Account number: 14934349 / 0800
IBAN code: CZ86 0800 0000 0000 1493 4349
BIC/Swift code: GIBACZPX
Bank address: Olbrachtova 1929/62, 140 00 Praha 4, Czech Republic
Please ensure that your NAME and the words "Registration to SAM 2022" appear on your bank transfer order.
Deadline: 30 September 2022
Venue location & Accommodation
SAM 2022 will take place in the historical building of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Národní 3, 117 20 Staré Město, Prague, Czechia.
The hall 205 is located in the second floor.
Please look for your own accommodation. Prague is a fascinating historical city offering a plenty of possibilities for sightseeing, enjoying the local brands of beer.
Linda Nedbalová, Charles University & Institute of Botany CAS
please, contact me in case of any questions (firstname.lastname@example.org]
Lenka Procházková, Charles University & Institute of Botany CAS
Jana Kvíderová, University of South Bohemia & Institute of Botany CAS
all Czech Republic
Daniel Remias, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Austria
Thomas Leya, Fraunhofer IZI-BB, Germany