Tentative Program

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Day 1 (18. 11. 2015.)

Morning:

Opening session:

Welcome addresses of

Ferenc Jo - Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Jzsef Farkas memorial session:

Food Safety in the European Union

Dina Bnti - ILSI Europe, BE

Can we derive predictions from complexities and uncertainties surrounding food?

Jzsef Baranyi - Norwich Research Park, UK

Food Microbiology

Judit Beczner - Hungarian Academy of Sciences, HU

Current trends and challenges in mycotoxin research

Melinda Kovcs - University of Kaposvr, HU

Food globalization and the benefits of irradiation technology

Monique Lacroix -Canadian Irradiation Centre, INRS - Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique, CA

Afternoon:

Technical sessions (more details will be soon)

Food Protection Sessionorganized by Hungarian Association for Food Protection

Invited speakear:

Intervention Strategies to Control Listeria monocytogenes in Ready-to-Eat Foods

Kathleen Glass, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

Day 2 (19. 11. 2015)

Technical sessions (more details will be soon)

Application of network science in decision making processes / Predicitve microbiology

Invited speaker:

FoodRisk-Labs: Open source software tools supporting food safety decision making

Matthias Filter - Federal Institute for Risk Assessment, Germany

Food Education and Economy

Invited speakear:

Introduction of the International Industry-University Collaboration on the Development and Application of the Novel Bioresource/Food Technology

Tsair-Wang Chung - Chung Yuan Christian University, TW

Closing session:

Emerging risks and new technologies for food production

Caroline Merten - EFSA, IT

How science can support food chain safety decision making?

kosJ?wiak - National Food Safety Office, HU

Food traceability with global standards

Krisztina Vatai - GS1, HU