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CONFERENCE PROGRAM

08:00-09:00
Venue

Registration & Welcome

Foyer
08:50-09:00
Venue

Wecome Address & Summit Opening

09:00-09:20

Plenary Speaker

Importance of a better grip on food contamination, its traceability and prevention


09:20-09:40

Plenary Speaker

Food safety, consumer health and economy


09:40-10:00

Plenary Speaker

Migration of chemicals from food contact materials


Matilda Freund

Mondelez International, Switzerland

10:00-10:20

Speaker

Traceability is essential to keep control of food safety


10:20-10:45
Venue

Coffee/Tea Break

Foyer
10:45-12:45

Contaminant Sources & Routes

Main Auditorium

Chair: To be announced

Co-chair: To be announced

10:45-11:05

Speaker

Chemical contamination caused by crop protection agents, fertilisers, food additives and heavy metals


11:05-11:25

Speaker

Physical contamination with glass, metal, plastics and other materials


11:25-11:45

Speaker

Contamination by cleaning agents, lubricants, glues and ink


11:45-12:05

Speaker

Antibiotic residues in food: current scenario


12:05-12:25

Speaker

Safety evaluation of chemicals for food and laboratory use


12:25-13:25
Venue

Lunch/Poster Break

Foyer

13:25-13:45

Speaker

Contamination caused by insects


Suresh Neethirajan

University of Gelph, Ontario, Canada

13:45-14:05

Speaker

Nano-biosensor platforms for detecting food allergens


14:05-14:25

Speaker

Processing contaminants: formation, detection and prevention


14:25-14:50

Speaker

Contaminated process water: routes, detection and prevention


Fabio Masotti

14:55-15:15

Speaker

Airborne contamination in the food industry


15:15-15:40
Venue

Coffe & Tea Break/Poster Session

Foyer

Johannes Lückl

Austrian Food Safety Agency, Austria

15:40-16:00

Speaker

The National Control Plan - a risk based approach to official food control in Austria


16:00-16:20

Speaker

Undetected contaminated operators


Anett Winkler

Cargill, Germany

16:20-16:40

Speaker

Foodborne viruses – What controls do we have?


Foodborne viruses are among the leading causes for foodborne illnesses worldwide. That has long been suspected, but was only recently been followed up due to…

Hamid Ezzatpanah

16:40-17:00

Speaker

The impact of processing on heavy metal of Tuna fish


18:30-21:30

Social Evening & Networking Dinner

09:00-17:00

Contamination: Detection, Control and Regulatory Framework

Auditorium

Chair: To be announced

Co-Chair: To be announced

09:00-09:20

Speaker

Detection of contaminants


09:20-09:40

Speaker

Prevention, early detection and timely intervention of microbial contamination and microbial toxins


09:40-10:00

Speaker

Viral contamination: detection and control


Heidy den Besten

Wgeningen University & Research, Netherlands

10:00-10:20

Speaker

Emerging challenges and foodborne pathogenic bacteria


10:20-10:45
Venue

Tea & Coffee Break/Poster Session

Foyer

10:45-11:05

Speaker

Failing contamination control technologies


Fred Brany Lukwago

11:05-11:25

Speaker

Mycotoxins contamination in foods consumed in Uganda


Mona Elena Popa

University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Bucharest, Romania

11:25-11:45

Speaker

Traceability - a tool for improving transparency and confidence in the food chain


In the latest years the food industry is more and more aware on consumers’ needs and when food scandals and incidents appear, the response time…

11:45-12:05

Speaker

Terrorism and food defence


12:05-12:25

Speaker

Hygienic design of food factories


12:25-13:25
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Lunch/Poster Session/Networking

Foyer

13:25-13:45

Speaker

New and traditional methods for detection on contaminants in products and environment


13:45-14:05

Invited Speaker

Regulations on Contaminants


14:05-14:25

Speaker

Ethics and whistleblowing


14:25-14:45

Speaker

Inline and online measurements of contamination


14:45-15:05

Speaker

Case study: Contamination routes, prevention and control methods in Sea Food chain


15:05-15:30
Venue

Tea & Coffee Break/ Networking

Foyer

15:30-15:50

Speaker

Case Study: Contamination routes, prevention and control methods in Fresh cut fruits and Salads


15:50-16:10

Speaker

Case study 5: Contamination routes, prevention and control methods in Poultry chain


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