The title for the XXIII IUFRO World Congress, "Forests for the Future: Sustaining Society and the Environment," provides the basis for the program scope and format. The structure of the scientific program includes Plenary Sessions, Sub-plenary Sessions, Technical Sessions and Poster Sessions. The scientific program will give delegates an opportunity to learn about the latest research and projects conducted by the worldĄŻs leading forest scientists and experts in related fields.
For detailed programs of Sub-plenary Sessions
For detailed programs of Technical Sessions
Guidelines for Moderators and Oral Presenters
Guidelines for Poster Presenters and Poster No.
Congress Introductory Session
IUFRO Headquarters and the Congress Organizing Committee will provide a Congress introductory session led by Dr. Michael Kleine, Coordinator of IUFRO-SPDC, for those who attend an IUFRO World Congress for the first time. The session will be held at COEX from 16:00 to 17:00 hours on Sunday 22 August.
We are pleased to have confirmed the internationally renowned experts to address the Congress. Their keynote presentations will be given each morning of the Congress. For more information on keynote presentations, please click here.
Throughout the five Congress days, there will be three sub-plenary sessions per day, each relating to one or more of the nine Congress themes. For more details on sub-plenary sessions, please click here.
More than 150 Technical Sessions will feature the latest advances in forest science related to each of the Congress themes.
For more details on technical sessions, please click here.
Posters relating to the Congress themes will be displayed throughout the Congress. For more information on eligibility and the application process of the Best Poster Awards, please click here.