9:-9:05: Dr. Eric Bapteste
(UMR ISYEB, CNRS, Paris) « A few welcome words
The current theoretical framework and some of its limits
9:06-9:26: Pr. Annette Baudisch
(University of Southern Denmark, DK) « How to bridge the gap between determined modes of demographical ageing – such as slow and negligible senescence among testudines- and biological ageing affecting organisms
9:27-9:47: Dr. Jean-François Lemaître
(UMR CNRS 5558, Laboratoire Biométrie et Biologie Évolutive, Université Claude Bernard, Lyon, France) « Open issues associated with sex differences in ageing
Ageing through the prism of interactions
9:48-10:08: Pr. Dan Franks
(Departments of Biology and Computer Science, The University of York, UK) « How social organization affects ageing : the case of post-reproductive female killer whales and beyond.
10:09-10:29: Dr. Samuel Pavard
(MNHN, Paris, France) « What are the connections between the evolution of human ageing and human sociality ?
10:35-10h55: Pr. Susanne Foitzik
(Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany) « Parasite-induced lifespan prolongation and its molecular regulation in insects
10h56-11:16:Pr. Laurent Keller
(Social Evolution Unit, Chesières, Switzerland) « Challenges to understand ageing in the light of social structures and kin selection
Alternative models to study ageing
11h17-11h37: Pr. Wolfgang Wagner
(Uniklinik RWTH Aachen, Germany) « Can epigenetics govern ageing and how? »
11h38-11h58: Pr. David Gems
(Institute of Healthy Ageing, University College London, UK) « Connections between developmental programs and ageing, the notion of quasi-programs and how questioning hallmarks of ageing may help us improve our understanding of ageing
14h00-14h20: Pr. Joao Pedro de Magalhaes
(virtual attendance) (University of Birmingham, UK) « Ageing as a software design flaw and its evolutionary aspects
14h21-14 :41 : Dr. Michael Rera
(Centre de Recherche Interdisciplinaire, INSERM UMR U1284, 75004 Paris, France) « Some thoughts on the
debates about the programmed vs non programmed nature of ageing
Organisational complexity and ageing
14h42-15h02: Dr. Yifan Yang
(Weizmann Institute of Sciences, Israel) « Latest discoveries about bacterial ageing.
15h03-15h23: Dr. Chiara Sinigaglia
(Observatoire Océanologique de Banyuls, Sorbonne Université, France) « Ageing in Cnidarians.
15h24-15h44: Dr. Eric Bapteste
(UMR ISYEB, CNRS, Paris) « Natural History of Ageing: how old is ageing?
Microbiome and host ageing
15h50-16h10: Dr. Claudio Franceschi
(University of Bologna, Italy) «The evolutionary origin of Inflammaging
16h11-16h31: Pr. William Ludington
(Carnegie Institution for Science, Johns Hopkins University, USA) « Open issues about microbiomes and ageing
16h32-16h52: Dr. Clémence Guillermain
(Université de Nantes, France) « What are the (specific) philosophical issues associated with ageing and with ageing studies?