Instructions for abstracts
submission for posters
LAST CALL: 4 October 2019
The abstract must be written in English and will be presented only for posters.
The main topic is “raw milk” with different subtopics (the two first are the main topics of the Conference):
- Raw milk ecology
- Raw milk and health
- Raw milk dairy products technology
- Food Safety
- Economy and social aspects related to raw milk
- Others matters related to raw milk do not included in the topics aforementioned
At least one author must be registered at the Conference before the abstract acceptation.
Each abstract will be submitted for international review procedure, according to which authors will be notified about any potential reviewers comments.
Please note that reviewers may reject submissions if the written product shows exceedingly poor grammar, scientific content, or structure.
From the first day of the Conference there will be available an area for you to hand up your poster.
Printing, transfer, setting and withdrawing of the poster is the authors’ responsibility.
The submitted abstract shall contain the following information:
Authors: full names and surnames of all authors (do not include professional titles), as well as other data requested during the submission process, such as Institutional affiliation, email addresses, etc.
Title: concise, 30 words maximum in sentence case letter. Please use only recognizable abbreviations.
Contents Abstract: text length in the abstract body (excluding title, authors’ details, keywords, etc.) shall not exceed 500 words. The following aspects must be included:
- Brief introduction
- Key words: 3 to 6 keywords, in alphabetic order, separated with commas
- Main findings
FORMAT AND ORIENTATION:
Poster size: 90×110 cm
All abstracts shall be submitted through this online form.
Review carefully the work before submission.
If you encounter any difficulties during the submission process or for further information regarding abstract submission via website, please contact us by e-mail.
The three best posters will be awarded with a diploma. The Scientific Committee will sit as a jury.
- Call for abstracts released: 13 June 2019
- Abstract submission new deadline: by 4 October
- Notification of acceptance: by 13 October
The publication of selected abstracts in a special review, is under discussion.
A final book will be published at the end of the Conferences with the lectures and selected abstracts, adapted to a wide readership.
Pro. Dr. Ana María Molina
Dr. Conrado Carrascosa
Prof. Luis Javier R. Barrón
María del Rosario Fresno Baquero
Degree in veterinary science from the University of León (1983) and a PhD in veterinary science from the University of Córdoba (1993). Researcher as Coordinator of Programs in the Canary Institute of Agrarian Research (Instituto Canario de Investigaciones Agrarias, ICIA).
Prof. Dr. Ton Baars
I was born in the Netherlands and graduated with a Master of Science degree in ecology from Utrecht University in the Netherlands in 1985. I obtained my PhD in the field of Grassland Ecology and Social Science at Wageningen University in the Netherlands in 2002.
Dr. Hélène Tormo
Engineer in Food Science ( 1989, Polytech Montpellier) and PhD in Microbial Ecology (University of Toulouse, 2010).
She has been working during 13 years in R&D raw milk cheese technology and microbiology for cheese farmers (ACTALIA, Centre de Carmejane).
Prof. Dr. Dominique A. Vuitton
Professor emeritus of Clinical Immunology at the Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté. Medical Specialities: Internal Medicine, Digestive Diseases and General Surgery. PhD in Immunology and MSc in Human Biology.
Prof. Luca Settanni
Luca Settanni is associate professor of Agricultural Microbiology at University of Palermo – Italy. His research topics are mainly included in the food microbiology, considering several genetic, physiological and technological aspects of lactic acid bacteria and yeasts isolated from fermented food matrices
Dr. Céline Delbès
Céline DELBES is a Senior Scientist at the Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA), Cheese Research group of Aurillac (UMR 545 Fromage, Université Clermont-Auvergne, INRA, VetAgroSup), France. She received her Ph.D. in Microbial Ecology from the University of Lyon in 2000.
Pr. Dr. Juan Miguel Rodríguez
Catedrático del Departamento de Nutrición y Ciencia de los Alimentos de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Director del grupo de investigación consolidado “Microbiota en el periodo perinatal” (UCM-CAM). Investigador Principal en 22 proyectos competitivos nacionales, de la Comunidad de Madrid o europeos.
Dr. Milena Brasca
Researcher scientist at the National Research Council of Italy, responsible for the Milano Section of the Institute of Sciences of Food Production.
Her primary research activity is focused on agri-food microbiology, molecular biology and bio-molecules characterization.
Dr. Catharina Berge
Anna Catharina Berge is a Swedish veterinarian and epidemiologist with expertise in food animal production from farm to fork. Dr Berge’s experience ranges from working directly in animal husbandry, large animal practice, veterinary animal and public health legislation, public health and scientific research.