Revised conference programme

Paulo da Cunha Lana lana at
Fri Jul 24 10:50:13 EST 1998

Dear colleagues,

I am including a revised version of the conference programme below. Please
read it carefully and if you still find any problems concerning your
presentations, please send me a message as soon as possible.

A last reminder: if you need to exchange money for your arrival, try to do 
it at the Rio de Janeiro or Sao Paulo airports, before taking your 
connection flights to Curitiba. Depending on your arrival time, it will be 
more difficult or impossible to do this at the Curitiba airport. The 
conference hotels will exchange cash or traveller's checks if they have 
enough Brazilian currency at the moment. If not, you will have to warn 
them with half an hour to one hour in advance. Automatic machines that 
serve international connections of banks (through major credit cards) are
available at short walking distances of the hotels and conference venue. If
you need them, just ask for a Banco 24 horas (24-hour bank) at your hotels.
The easiest and cheapest way to make international phone calls is to buy a
phone card, and use any phone in the street. You can buy phone cards in
'bancas de jornais' (kiosks that sell newspapers and magazines), bookshops,
stationery shops, etc.

Best regards, Paulo Lana (please reply to lana at; do not use
the reply-to function)


All scientific sessions will be held in the Teatro da Reitoria.

15:00-18:30 Registration and informal gathering in the hall of the Teatro
da Reitoria (XV de Novembro Street, 1299). 

19:30-21:30  Show of Antonio Nobrega (NE Brazilian music) at Guaira Theater
(Santos Andrade Square, 200 m from the conference venue). Free tickets will
be available for conference attendants at the registration desk of the
conference or at the theater)

08:00-09:00 Registration (hall of the Teatro da Reitoria) 

09:00-09:40  Opening Session, with official opening address, welcoming
addresses, and practical advice. Opening and welcome remarks: Carlos
Roberto Antunes dos Santos (President of Universidade Federal do Parana),
Marco Fabio Maia Correa (Director of the Center for Marine Studies-UFPR),
Kristian Fauchald (President of the International Polychaetological
Association), and Paulo Lana (Chairman of the conference). 

09:40-10:00 Coffee break 

10:00-12:00 Plenary Session: 'Current Advances and Trends in Polychaete
Biology and Ecology'. Chair: James Blake, United States. 

Levin, L. A. - Polychaetes as environmental indicators: response to low
oxygen and organic enrichment. 

Bhaud, M. - Current advances and trends  in polychaete biology and ecology
from planktonic larval stages. 

Qian, P.-Yuan - Larval settlement and metamorphosis of Hydroides elegans
in response to chemical cues. 

12:00-13:30  Lunch   

Contributed Papers: Session 1. Chair: Vasily Radashevsky, Russia 

13:30-13:50  Systematics and phylogeny of the spioniform Polychaeta.   
Blake, J. A. & Arnofsky, P. L.

13:50-14:10 Polychaete assemblages in a southern shallow shelf area
affected by sewage discharge.   Elias, R. & Bremec, C. S. 

14:10-14:30 Measuring the flow of organic matter in a mangrove estuary
using stable isotopes of carbon  and sulfur.       Hsieh, H.-L.; Yango,
H.-H.; Chen, C.-P. & Chen, Y.-K. 

14:30-14:50 The seasonal settlement of polychaete larvae before and after
pollution abatement in Los   Angeles - Long Beach Harbors, California.    
Reish, Donald J. 

14:50-15:10 Estimating secondary production in natural populations of
polychaetes: some  general  constraints.      Sarda, R.; Pinedo, S. &
Dueso, A. 

15:10-15:40  Coffee break

  Contributed Papers: Session 2. Chair: Mary Petersen, Denmark 

15:40 - 16:00 What if "Polychaeta" and "Annelida" are not monophyletic? A
new proposal for a phylogeny of the Metameria.   Christoffersen, M. L.;
Amorim, D. S.; Almeida, W.O.; Silva, G.S. & Garraffoni, A.R.S. 

16:00-16:20 Early polychaete colonization at Todos Santos Bay, Baja
California, Mexico.   Diaz-Castaneda, V. 

16:20-16:40 Current knowledge about Myzostomes.   Eeckhaut, I. 

16:40-17:00   Feeding behavior of Capitella sp. and its implications.  
Tsutsumi, H. & Taniguchi, A. 

17:00-17:20 Overcoming the taxonomic bottleneck.   Kendall, M. A.;
Paterson, G. L. L. & Aryuthaka, C. 

17:20-17:40 Effects of the 1997-98 El Nino events on subtidal benthic
polychaetes from   Quintero bay, Central Chile. Canete-Aguilera, J.I.;
Leighton, G.L. & Soto, E 

17:40-18:00 A tribute to the late Professor Wu Bao-Ling, by Pei-Yuan Qian 

20:00   Welcome reception at Inter Palace Hotel (XV de Novembro Street,

08:30-12:00  Plenary Session: 'Current Advances in the Phylogeny of Worms'.
   Chair: Pat Hutchings, Australia 

08:30-09:15  Fauchald, Kristian  - Advance in Polychaete Systematics: a
Hemi-Kuhnian Story 

09:15-10:00 McHugh, Damhnait - Molecular phylogeny of the Annelida and
insights into the evolution of morphological characteres. 

10:00-10:20  Coffee break 

10:20-11:05  Rouse, Greg - Trochophore concepts: downstream feeding,
ciliary bands, and evolution of larvae in polychaetes. 

11:05-11:50  Pleijel, Fredrik - Phylogenetic taxonomy, species, and a
revision of Heteropodarke  (Annelida, Polychaeta, Hesionidae). 

12:00-13:30  Lunch   

Contributed Papers: Session 3. Chair: Franklin Carrasco, Chile 

13:30-13:50 A total evidence approach to the phylogeny of some
Nereidiformia (Polychaeta).   Dahlgren, T.; Lundberg, J.; Pleijel, F. &
Sundberg, P. 

13:50-14:10 Application of geometric morphometrics to study shape variation
in the uncini of Polycirrus (Terebellidae: Polycirrinae).   Glasby, C. 

14:10-14:30 The mechanism of segmentation the leech central nervous system
(CNS): morphogenetic comparisons of CNS segmentation among annelids  
Shain, D. H.; Bargiacchi, F. & Weisblat, David A. 

14:30-14:50 Phylogeny and reproduction in Syllidae (Polychaeta)   Nygren,

14:50-15:10 Proboscidial papillae of the Glyceridae (Annelida: Polychaeta)
and their value as a taxonomic character   Boggemann, M. & Fiege, D. 

15:10-15:40 Coffee break 

15:40-18:00 Poster Session. Chair: Maria Cristina Gambi, Italy.   

1. Polychaeta (Annelida) from the Brazilian coast.   Amaral, A. C. Z.;
Morgado, E. H. & Henriques, S. A.   

2. Fouling organisms of harbour and natural areas from the South Western
Atlantic Coast (Argentina): biological and ecological studies of Polydora
ligni.   Bastida, R.; Martin, J. P. & Ieno, E.   

3. Spatial distribution of polychaetes in a soft-bottom community at Saco
do Ceu (Ilha Grande, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil).   Brasil, A. C. dos Santos &
Silva, S. H. G.

4. Comparison of polychaete community composition from the Patagonian Shelf
and Strait of Magellan. Preliminary results from cruises "Shinkai Maru" IV,
V, X and XI (1978-1979) and 2nd. P.N.R.A Oceanographic Cruise (1991).  
Bremec, C.; Elias, R. & Gambi, M.C.

5. Polychaete distribution of the near shore zone of Martel Inlet,
Admiralty Bay (King George Island - Antarctica)   Bromberg, S.; Nonato, E.
F.; Corbisier, T. N. & Petti, M. A. V.

6. Contribution of polychaetous annelids to the diet of Cheilodactylus
bergi (Pisces, Cheilodactylidae)   Bruno, C.; Cousseau, M. B. & Bremec, C.

7.  Polychaete-sediment interactions and distribution at subtidal depths
nearby Patos Lagoon mouth, Rio Grande, RS, Brazil.   Camargo, M.G. &
Borzone, C.A.

8. Trophic relations between Polychaeta and Achirus declivis (Chabanaud,
1940) (Teleostei : Soleidae) in the River Sergipe Estuary (Northeastern,
Brazil).   Farias, M. C. V.  & Couto, E. C. G.

9. Patterns of abundance and seasonality of polychaetes in a SW Atlantic
estuarine epibenthic shell assemblage.   Gutierrez, J. L.; Palomo, G. &
Iribarne, O.

10. New associations between syllid polychaetes (Syllidae) and hermit
crabs, giant crabs and sponges.   Lopez, E.; Britayev, T. A.; San Martin,
G.; Martin, D. & Abello, P.

11. Polychaete fauna of the soft-bottoms of an Inlet in the North-West of 
Spain.   Moreira da Rocha, J.; Troncoso, N. & Troncoso, J. S.

12. Sabellidae (Annelida - Polychaeta) associated with the stony coral
Mussismilia hispida (Verrill, 1808) on Islands of  Sao Paulo's State Coast,
Brazil.   Nogueira, J. M. De M. & Amaral, A. Cecilia Z.

13. Macrofauna associated with Phyllochaetopterus socialis aggregations in
the Southwestern Atlantic.   Obenat, S.; Ferrero, L.  & Spivak, E.

14. Population dynamics of Laeonereis acuta (Treadwell, 1923) (Polychaeta:
Nereididae) from the Enseada Beach (Sao Sebastiao, SP, Brazil).   Omena, E.
P. & Amaral, C. Z.

15. Characteristics of the sediment structure and dynamic in an area used
by the polychaete Laeonereis acuta.   Palomo, G. & Iribarne, O.

16. Contribution of the polychaetous annelids to the diet of the fish
Callionymus lyra and Lesueurigobius friesii in an estuarine system altered
by mussel raft culture.   Parapar, J.  & Fernandez, L.

17. Feeding behavior and diet of the cirratulid, Cirriformia filigera
(delle Chiaje, 1825).   Pardo, E. V.  &  Amaral, A. C. Z.

18. Polychaete (Annelida) communities under the influence of oil spills and
their derivatives at Todos os Santos Bay, Bahia, Brazil.   Peso-Aguiar, M.
C., Santa-Isabel, L. M., Jesus, A. C. S., & Dutra, L. X. C.

19. Temporal variation of polychaetes from Picinguaba and Ubatumirim inlets
(Southeastern Brazil).   Petti, M. A. V. & Nonato, E. F.

20. Comparative study of polychaete composition from Araca intertidal
region, Sao Sebastiao (SP, Brazil).   Reis, M. de O. &  Amaral, A. C. Z.

21. Composition and distribution of polychaetes in the beach intertidal
region of the Sao Sebastiao Channel (Sao Paulo, Brazil).   Rizzo, A. E. &
Amaral, A. C. Z.

22. Diversity and distribution of Chilean benthic marine polychaetes:
state-of-the-ar.t   Rozbaczylo, N. & Simonetti, J. A.

23. Quantitative analysis of soft bottoms infaunal  macrobenthic
polychaetes from South Shetland Islands (Antarctica).   San Martin, G.,
Parapar, J. , Garcia, F. J.  & Redondo, M. S.

24. Nereididae, Goniadidae, Glyceridae, Onuphidae and Eunicidae from
intertidal sandy beaches of the Sao Sebastiao Channel, Sao Paulo (Brazil)  
Steiner, T. M. & Amaral, A. C. Z.

25. Eunicidae (Polychaeta) from the E Brazilian Coast.   Attolini, F. da
S.; Zanol, J.; Paiva, P. C. de

26. Endolithic polychaetes from the Guarajuba reefs, Bahia, Brazil.   
Santa-Isabel, L. M. & Leao, Z. M. A. N.

Free all day. Mid-conference excursion to the coastal region of Parana (by
train and bus). Group photo taking. Lunch in Morretes and tour to a
mangrove site and Center for Marine Studies, in Pontal do Sul (to be
confirmed). Conference attendants and accompanying persons will be back in
Curitiba by the end of the afternoon.


09:00-09:30  Special plenary session. Chair: Cecilia Amaral, Brazil.

 09:30-12:00  Poster Session.  Chair: Vivianne Solis-Weiss, Mexico 

1. Nereidid polychaetes collected by the Meteor-25 expedition in the
Central and Eastern Mediterranean. Ben-Eliahu, M. N. 

2. A new genus and species of an orbiniid-like polychaete from methane seep
communities in the Gulf of Mexico. Blake, J. A. 

3. Polychaetes of Buenaventura Bay, Colombian Pacific coast. Bolivar, G. 

4. Spionidae (Annelida, Polychaeta) from the Parque Nacional Morrocoy, Edo.
Falcon,  Venezuela. Bone, D.  and Vieitez, J.M. 

5. The genus Streptosyllis Webster & Benedict, 1884 (Polychaeta: Syllidae)
from the Canary Islands, with description of a new species. Brito, M. del 
C.; Nunez, J. & San Martin, G. 

6. Two new species of Pettiboneia and Protodorvillea (Dorvilleidae,
Polychaeta) from Northern Chile.   Carrasco, F. D. & Palma, M. 

7. A re-description of Chaetozone setosa Malmgren, 1867 (Polychaeta,
Cirratulidae). Chambers, S. 

8. Aspects of the genus Euchone Malmgren (Sabellidae: Sabellinae) - a false
taxon? Cochrane, Sabine C. 

9. The nereidids (Polychaeta : Nereididae) from Western Mexico deposited in
the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. de Leon-Gonzalez, J. A. &
Solis-Weiss, V. 

10. New records of Scolelepis (Polychaeta, Spionidae) from the sand beaches
of Madagascar, with the description of a new species. Eibye-Jacobsen, D. &
Soares, A. G. 

11. Biogeography and systematics of the Iberian Paraonidae (Polychaeta).
Gil, J. & Sarda.R. 

12. The Magelonidae from the Mexican Pacific with the description of three
new species of Magelona. Hernandez-Alcantara, P. & Solis-Weiss, V.;
Gonzalez-Ortiz, L. 

13. A phylogenetic and biogeographic study of Euniphysa (Eunicidae,
Polychaeta). Lu, H. & Fauchald, K. 

14. New species and records of Aonidella, Laonice, and Spiophanes from
shelf and slope depths of the Western North Atlantic (Polychaeta:
Spionidae). Maciolek, N. J. 

15. A new species of Micronephthys (Polychaeta: Nephtyidae) from Hong Kong.
Mackie, A. S. Y. 

16. A revision of Sabellastarte (Sabellida: Sabellinae) with comments on
Pseudobranchiomma. Knight-Jones, P.  & Mackie, A. S. Y. 

17. Some biological notes on a shallow-water vestimentiferan tube-worm,
Lamellibrachia satsuma. Miura, T.; Nedachi, M. & Hashimoto, J. 

18. New cryptic species of Terebrasabella (Polychaeta: Sabellidae) from
Australia. Murray, A.  & Rouse, G. W. 

19. Phylogenetic analysis and the evolution of reproductive strategies
within the Syllidae (Annelida: Polychaeta). Palmer, A. D. N. 

20. A new genus of Fauveliopsidae Hartman, 1971 (Annelida: Polychaeta) from
the NE North Atlantic, with a new species of Fauveliopsis McIntosh, 1922, a
review of the North Atlantic fauveliopsids, and redescriptions of some
described taxa. Petersen, M. E. 

21. Spirorbidae (Polychaeta) from the Adelie Land and islands of Southern
Indian Ocean. Rzhavsky, A. V. 

22. New species of Dentatisyllis and Branchiosyllis (Polychaeta: Syllidae:
Syllinae) from Venezuela. San Martin, G. & Bone, D. 

23. Bioice: benthic invertebrates of Icelandic waters. Sigvaldadottir, E.;
Helgason, G. V.; Guomundsson, G.; Fauchald, K 

24. Annelida Polychaeta associated with Tunicata.. Sovierzoski, H. H.  &
Correia, M. D.  

25. Description of a new species of Arichlidon (Chrysopetalidae:
Polychaeta) from the West Atlantic and comparison with the East Atlantic
species Arichlidon reyssi. Russell, C. Watson 

26. Polychaete assemblaged in soft sediments near a subtidal macroalgae bed
at Arraial do Cabo (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). Almeida, T.  & Ruta, C. 

27. The effect of the introduced reef-building polychaete Ficopomatus
enigmaticus on the benthic species of a SW Atlantic Coastal lagoon.
Schwindt, E. & Iribarne, O. 

12:00-13:30 Lunch   

Contributed Papers: Session 4. Chair: Jean Claude Duchene, France 

13:30-13:50 The ecology of Laeonereis acuta (Treadwell, 1923) (Polychaeta:
Nereididae) in the estuaries of the Sergipe and Piaui Rivers (Northeastern
Brazil).   Couto, E. C. G. & Fernandes, A. C. M. 

13:50-14:10 Effects of poecilogony and delayed larval emission on
recruitment of subantartic and temperate polychaete populations.  Duchene,
J. C. 

14:10-14:30 Cladistic relationships in the fan worm genus Laonome Malmgren,
and relationships among Sabellinae genera.   Fitzhugh, K. 

14:30-14:50 Comparative observations on reproductive features of four
Perkinsiana (Sabellidae: Sabellinae) species.   Gambi, M. C.; Giangrande A.
& Patti, F. P. 

4:50-15:10 Scales of biodiversity in abyssal benthic polychaetes.   Glover,

15:10-15:40  Coffee break   Contributed Papers: Session 5. Chair: Guillermo
San Martin, Spain 

15:40-16:00 Changes in the feeding ecology of polychaetes during recovery
of a former fly-ash dumpsite.   Herrando-Perez, S. & Frid, C. L. J. 

16:00-16:20 Long-term analysis of polychaete-dominated benthic infaunal
communities in Massachusetts Bay, USA.   Hilbig, B. & Blake, J. A. 

16:20-16:40 The phylogeny of the Terebellidae.   Hutchings, P. 

16:40-17:00 Photoperiodic control of growth and regeneration in immature
juvenile Nereis (Neanthes) virens.   Last, K. S.; Olive, P. J. W. &
Edwards, A. J. 

17:00-17:20 Larval development of a shallow-water vestimentiferan
tube-worm, Lamellibrachia satsuma.   Miura, T.; Tsukahara, J. & Hahimoto,

17:20-17:40 To be confirmed 

18:00-19:00  Meeting of the Advisory Council of the International
Polychaetology Association 

20:30   Dinner (typical Brazilian food at Tempero de Minas Restaurant. The
conference participants will be picked up by bus at the two conference
hotels, at 20:00)

 FRIDAY 7 AUGUST 1998   
Contributed Papers: Session 6. Chair: Elin Sigvaldadottir, Iceland 

09:00-09:20 Prionospio (Minuspio) pulchra Imajima, 1990 (Polychaeta,
Spionidae) in the Atlantic Ocean.  Moreira da Rocha, J.; Quintas, P. &
Troncoso, J. S. 

09:20-09:40 The polychaete cryptofauna from Cozumel Island, Mexican
Caribbean.  Ochoa Rivera, V.; Granados Barba, A. & Solis-Weiss, V. 

09:40-10:00 A review of multibranchiate cirratulids, with redescription of
some poorly   understood species and an evaluation of the taxonomic value
of multiple branchiae in Cirratulidae (Polychaeta).   Petersen, M. E. 

10:00-10:20 Chaetal arrangement and homology in spionids (Polychaeta:
Spionidae).   Radashevsky, V. I. & Fauchald, K. 

10:20-10:40  Coffee break   Contributed Papers: Session 7. Chair: Tomoyuki
Miura, Japan 

10:40-11:00 Are chemical defences present in the life-cycle of Eupolymnia
nebulosa (Polychaeta, Terebellidae)?   Martin, D.; Uriz, M. J.; Bhaud, M. &
Duchene, J. C. 

11:00-11:20 Effects of natural petroleum seepage on the distribution of
macrofaunal organisms (Polychaetes) in the La Brea Area, Trinidad.   Gobin,

11:20-11:40 Development of a benthic threshold index using evenness of
rarefaction log series and diversity of functional groups.   Blake, J. A.; 
Gallagher, E. D.  & Hecker, B. 

11:40-12:00 Life history traits of a new species of Polychaete Proceraea
sp.n. (Polychaeta, Syllidae) with larvae parasitizing the hydroid
Abietinaria turgida (Hydrozoa, Sertullariidae).   Britayev, T. A. &
San-Martin, G. 

12:00-13:30  Lunch 

13:30-15:30   Poster Session. Chair: Rodolfo Elias, Argentina. 

1. Functional morphology and tube building in Nicomache lumbricalis
(Maldanidae). Bentley, M.G.; Keefe, J.A. & Olive P.J.W. 

2. Is Spiochaetopterus costarum  really  an organic pollution indicator? Or
the role of retentive structures in the distribution of this species.
Bhaud, M.; Lastra, M. C.; Lopez-Jamar, E. ; Marcano, G. ; Mora, J. & Rey,
L. R. 

3. Functional morphology of the feeding palps of Spio setosa (Polychaeta:
Spionidae). Dauer, D. M. 

4. Fine structure of the larvae of Myzostoma cirriferum (Myzostomida).
Eeckhaut, I.; Fievez, L.  & Jangoux, M. 

5. Planktonic larvae of polychaetes in the Gulf of California, Mexico.
Fernandez-Alamo, M. A. & Bhaud, M. 

6. Tomopterids from the Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean. Fernandez-Alamo, M.

7. Growth survival and fatty acid profile of  Hediste diversicolor
(O.F.Mueller, 1776) fed on six different diets. Fidalgo e Costa, P.;
Narciso, L. & Fonseca, C. da 

8. Polychaete distribution and diversity on the Chatham Rise, Southwest
Pacific. Glasby, C. J.; Read, G. B.; Grove, S. L. & Probert, P. K. 

9. Internal anatomy features of Maldanidae polychaetes of the Subfamily
Maldaninae. Green, K. D. 

10. Effects of tidal levels on the recruitment of an annelid community in
an estuarine intertidal mud. flat Hsieh, H.-L.; Chen, C.-P. & Shu, C.-F. 

11. Estimation of size classes in Laeonereis acuta (Nereididae) based on
jaw length and body width as a practical tool in trophic studies. Ieno, E.;
Martin, J. P.  & Bastida, R. 

12. Photoperiodic control of growth and regeneration in immature juvenile
Nereis (Neanthes) virens. Last, K. S.; Olive, P. J. W. & Edwards, A. J. 

13. Distribution of halogens in the hard tissues of Polychaeta. Okoshi, K.
& Ishii, T. 

14. Population dynamics and secondary production of Nereis oligohalina
(Nereididae; Polychaeta) from a subtropical marsh in se Brazil. Pagliosa
Alves, P. R. & Lana, P. C. 

15. Genetic diversity and relationships in different populations of Sabella
spallanzanii (Gmelin) (Polychaeta, Sabellidae). Patti, F. P., Gambi,  M.
C., Feral, J-P. 

16. On the finding of a mass occurrence of Serpula narconensis baird, 1885
(Polychaeta: Serpulidae) in South Georgia (Antarctica). Ramos, A. & San
Martin, G. 

17. Structure and composition of the polychaete annelid families of Todos
Santos Bay, Baja California, Mexico. Rodriguez-Villanueva, V. &
Diaz-Castaneda, V. 

18. The influence of fish farming on polychaete community structure. Salas,
F.; Gimenez-Casalduero, F.; Belmonte, A.; Aliaga, V.; Marcos, C. &
Perez-Ruzafa, A. 

19. Microstructure of mollusc shells infested with boring polydorids
(Polychaeta, Spionidae) in Barkley Sound, Vancouver Island, Canada.
Sato-Okoshi, W. 

20. Reproduction and development in a Puget Sound species of Notomastus
(Polychaeta, Capitellidae). Schroeder, P. C. 

21. Population dynamics and secondary production in a sandy beach
population of Scolelepis squamata (Polychaeta : Spionidae). Souza, J.R.B. &
Borzone, C.A. 

22. Polychaetous annelids associated with different facies of the
photophilic algae community in the Chafarinas Archipelago (SW
Mediterranean). Tena, J.; Capaccioni-Azzati, R.; Torres-Gavila, F. J. &
Garcia-Carrascosa, A. M. 

23. Local-scale population trends of the polychaete Chaetopterus
pergamentaceus and the relationship to physical processes and organic
matter gradients. Thompson, M. & Schaffner, L. C. 

24.  Species of Nereididae (Polychaeta) from the Capbreton Canyon (bay of
Biscay, NE Atlantic). Nunez, J., Aguirrezabalaga, F. & Ceberio, A. 

25. Polychaetes associated with echinoderms in Hansa Bay (Madang Province,
Papua New Guinea). Britayev, T. A.; Doignon, G. & Eeckhaut, I. 

15:30-16:00  Coffee break 

16:00-18:00  Plenary Session for general discussions. Award for the best
poster and choice of the 7th conference site. Closing Session.

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