The AIMT's conference that was supposed to happen on 20th March 2020, stands Postponed because of Covid-19 infection, till further notifications.
Scientific Advisors




Prof. Dr. Bertold Hock

Prof. Dr. Bertold Hock
Dr. Bertold Hock served as University Professor (Associate Professor), Biochemistry of Morphogenesis, University of Bochum and later on as Dean of the Center of Life Sciences and Faculty of Agriculture, Technical University of München at Weihenstephan. Presently he is University Professor of Cell Biology, Technical University of München at Weihenstephan.

Technical University Muenchen (Weihenstephan)
Department of Botany and Biotechnology
D-85350 Freising
Germany
E-mail: hock@weihenstephan.de


Prof. Dr. Helmut König

Prof. Dr. Helmut Koneig
Dr. Helmut has vast experience in teaching in the area of microbiology and wine upgradation. Other research interests are taxonomy and functions of archaebacteria.

Director
Institute of Microbiology and Wine Research
Johannes Gutenberg-Universität
Becherweg 15
55099 Mainz
Germany
E-Mail: hkoenig@uni-mainz.de
Home page:http://www.uni-mainz.de/FB/Biologie/Mikrobiologie/MikroBiol.html


Prof. Dr. Ralf Oelmüller

Prof. Dr. Ralf Oelmueller
Dr. Oelmueller is world fame specialist on molecular biology of Arabidopsis thaliana. Currently very much involved in understanding the interaction of plants with the symbiotic fungi.

Director
Institute of General Botany
Department of Environmental Sciences
University of Jena
Dornburger Strasse 159
D-07743 Jena, Germany
E-mail: b7oera@hotmail.com


Prof. Dr. Ajay Singh

Prof. Dr. Ajay Singh
Dr. Singh has broad interest in microbiology and biotechnology with expertise in microbial physiology/biochemistry, fermentations and genetic/protein engineering techniques applicable to environmental, agricultural, food, and pharmaceutical industries. Additionally he is Director, Research & Development with Petrozyme Technologies Inc., Guelph, Ontario; Adjunct Professor at University of Waterloo, Ontario; Process Design Consultant, Conestoga Rovers and Associates, Waterloo.

Department of Biology
University of Waterloo
Waterloo Ontario N2T 2J3
Canada
E-mail: ajasingh@sciborg.uwaterloo.ca


Prof. Dr. Sudhir B Chincholkar

Prof. Dr. Sudhir B Chincholkar
Dr. Chincholkar is engaged in teaching in Microbiology since last 23 years. His areas of research interest include steroid and Antibiotic Biotransformations, Biological control of Plant Diseases and Microbial siderophores.

Director
School of Life Sciences
North Maharastra University
PO Box 80
Jalgaon 425001 Maharastra
India
E-mail: sudhirchincholkar@hotmail.com


Prof. Dr. Anton Hartmann

Prof. Dr. Anton Hartmann
Dr. Hartmann's research interest includes mechanisms of substrate flow regulation in ecological systems, molecular Microbial Ecology and ecotoxicology and rhizosphere microbiology using molecular genetic approaches.

GSF - National Research Centre for Environment and Health
Institute of Soil Ecology
Ingolstaedter Landstrasse 1
D-85764 Neuherberg/Muenchen
Germany
E-mail: anton.hartmann@gsf.de


Prof. Dr. Petr Karlovsky

Prof. Dr. Petr Karlovsky

Dr. Karlovsky's research interest includes molecular biology of pathogenicity and development of pathogen resistant plants.

Institute of Plant Pathology and Plant Protection
Department of Molecular Plant Pathology
Der Georg-August-University
Geottingen
Germany
E-mail: karlovpetr@hotmail.com
Prof. Dr. Anupam Varma

Prof. Dr. Anupam Varma

Dr. Varma is specialist in the area of plant virology using immunological techniques and ultrastrctural characterisations.

National Professor
Division of Plant Pathology
Indian Agricultural Research Institute
New Delhi 110012
India
E-mail: anupamvarma2002@yahoo.co.in
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Kost

Prof. Dr. Gerhard Kost

Dr. Kost is specialist in morphology and ultra structural studies of soil fungi. His other research interests are biology and histochemical studies of mycorrhizal fungi.

Institute of Botany and Mycology
Fb Biologie
Philips University
D-35032 Marburg
Germany
E-mail: kost@Mailer.Uni-Marburg.DE
Prof. Dr. Mathias Ullrich

Prof. Dr. Mathias Ullrich

Dr. Ullrich specializes in the plant-bacteria interactions with special reference at physiology and molecular biology.

Prof. of Microbiology
International University of Bremen
School of Engineering and Sciences
Campus Ring 6
D-28759 Bremen
Germany
E-mail: m.ullrich@iu-bremen.de


Prof. Dr. Lynette K Abbott
School of Earth and Geographical Sciences
Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences
The University of Western Australia
Crawley, WA 6009
Australia
E-mail: Labbott@cyllene.uwa.edu.au

Prof. Dr. Eckard George
Director
Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops
Theodor-Echtermeyer-Weg 1
Grossbeeren Berlin
Germany
E-mail: George@igzev.de