GCG 2017 - Meeting agenda

From systematics

Jump to: navigation, search

Contents

Global Carex Group 2017

Lisle, IL, USA. 26-27 January 2017

Monday, 23 January 2017 [pre-meeting]

08 30am
Matthias and Sebastian meeting, herbarium orientation [Hipp, Miller, Hahn, Hoffmann, Gebauer]
10 00am 
Winter sedge-hunting, part I - Arboretum grounds [Hipp, Hoffmann]
12 30pm 
Lunch - Ginkgo Restaurant [Anyone who is in town]
13 30 – 16 30 
Winter sedge hunting, part II - Arboretum grounds / Andrew's house [Hipp, Hoffmann]

Tuesday, 24 January 2017 [pre-meeting]

08 00 
Andrew admin and touching base with staff
10 30 
Tamara meeting part I: RADseq and hybseq - Andrew's office
12 30
Lunch - Ginkgo Restaurant [Anyone who is in town]
13 30 - 16 30
Tamara meeting: RADseq and hybseq

Wednesday, 25 January 2017 [pre-meeting]

08 30 - 10 00
HybSeq [Hipp, Villaverde, Hahn, Kim, Lee, Roalson, Maguilla]
10 00 - noon
Himalayan Carex [Hipp, Uzma, Qasim, Pedro, Santi]
12 00 - 13 30
Lunch [everyone!]
13 30 - 16 30
GCG core group coordination meeting [Hipp, Hahn, Roalson, Waterway, Jimenez, Martin-Bravo]
Evening
On your own

Thursday, 26 January 2017

07 45 
shuttle leaves the hotel... get an early breakfast first!
08 00 
Arrive at Arb; coffee and socializing
08 30 
Welcome, overview of Arb and of meeting [Hipp]
09 00 
Lightning lectures: please aim for 8 minutes each, 2 minutes transition and questions

Lecture topics and order

09 00 
Ford, Bruce, University of Manitoba (Canada) -- [Carex of SE Asia]
09 12 
Starr, Julian, University of Ottawa (Canada) -- Traditional molecular markers, anchored phylogenomics, morphology and embryology support a new tribal and subtribal classification of the CDS clade (Cariceae, Dulichieae, Scirpeae)
09 24 
Hayat, Muhammad Qasim, National University of Sciences and Technology, Islamabad (Pakistan) -- The Importance, Biodiversity and and Phytogeography of Cyperacae in Pakistan with special emphasis on Carex
09 36 
Uzma, National University of Sciences and Technology, Islamabad (Pakistan) [via Skype] -- Biogeography of Himalayan Carex
09 48 
Hoffmann, Matthias, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg (Germany) -- Using the Global Carex Groups Megaphylogeny: The evolution and recruitment of Arctic Carex species
10 00 
Martin, Santiago, Pablo de Olavide University (Spain) -- Geographical and ecological drivers of diversification in Mediterranean Carex
10 12 
Pender, Jocelyn, University of Ottawa (Canada) -- Community assembly in North American sedges
10 24 
Reznicek, Tony, University of Michigan (USA) -- Sedges of Mexico
10 36 
COFFEE!
10 48 
Spalink, Daniel, University of Utah (USA) -- Phylogenetic patterns of community assembly in North American sedges
11 00 
Bruederle, Leo, University of Colorado - Denver (USA) -- ddRAD Seq data on Carex scirpoidea
11 12 
Maguilla, Enrique, Pablo de Olavide University (Spain) -- RADseq phylogenetics in Carex: Glareosae and Schoenoxiphium
11 24 
Villaverde, Tamara, Real Jardín Botanico de Madrid (Spain) -- A preliminary HybSeq phylogeny of the genus Carex, and markers for the Cyperaceae
11 36 
Kim, Sangtae, Sungshin Women’s University (S. Korea) -- "Floral evo-devo studies in Carex"
11 48 
Lee, Bora, Sungshin Women’s University (S. Korea) -- Dynamic evolution of chloroplast IR borders in Cyperaceae
12 00 
Larridon, Isabel, RBG Kew (England) -- Cyperaceae studies at Kew
12 12 
Waterway, Marcia, McGill University (Canada) -- Effects of adding genes and adding taxa on topology and support across the Carex tree

Attendees not presenting a talk

  1. Gebauer, Sebastian, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg (Germany)
  2. Hahn, Marlene, The Morton Arboretum (USA)
  3. Hipp, Andrew, The Morton Arboretum (USA)
  4. Roalson, Eric, Washington State University (USA)
  5. Simpson, David, RBG Kew (England) -- Beyond eMonocot
12 30 
Lunch
13 30 
Guided tour through the Carex phylogeny [Jimenez and Martin-Bravo]
15 00 
Group discussion: what makes a good section? Specific questions may include:
  • what are we looking for in a revised taxonomy of the genus?
  • Are there guiding principles that apply across major clades?
  • What is the relationship between the phylogeny and the classification?
15 30 
Identify break-out groups to begin addressing classification of different clades; drink coffee and talk
16 00 
SKYPE IN REMOTE PARTICIPANTS
17 00 
First meeting with break-out groups to plan day-two work
18 00 
Supper, Yerbabuena (Lisle, IL)

Friday, 27 January 2017

08 00 
Arrive at Arb; coffee and socializing
08 30 
SKYPE IN REMOTE PARTICIPANTS -- Review of goals from previous day, questions and comments
09 30 
Break-out groups take a first whack at trees and classification
10 30 
Each break-out group presents proposal so far to the group; discussion and opportunity to shuffle groups
11 00 
Continued work on trees in small groups or as large group(s) as we decide
11 45 
Discussion of what we are finding so far, review of trees together
12 15 
Plan for discussion after lunch
12 30 
Lunch
13 30 
Group discussion on the following items
  • Process going forward for reclassification
  • Collaboration going forward in:
 ** sequencing
 ** sharing samples
 ** collecting
 ** data sharing
  • Grant opportunities and next meetings
16 00 
Coffee, and open time for work in herbarium, as a group, project conversations
18 00 
Supper back at the hotel

additional topics for discussion

  • Standards for coding and recording morphological data and biogeographic data: central data repository?

Saturday, 28 January 2017

Departures

Personal tools