Programme of the 9th CASEE Conference

"Research based education at life science universities in the Danube region towards asustainable future"
6 - 9 June 2018, University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, București, Romania

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Wednesday, June 6
  • 16:00‐19:00   Registration of participants, Rectorate, A Building
  • 17:00‐18:45   CASEE Board Meeting (upon invitation) – Senate Hall , Rectorate, A building
  • 19:00‐20:00   Welcome cocktail - Senate Hall, Rectorate, A Building

 

Thursday, June 7
  • 08:00‐10:00   Registration of participants - Faculty of Horticulture, B building
  • 10:00‐10:30   OPENING & WELCOME (joined with Agriculture for Life, Life for Agriculture conference) - Aula Magna BpA – Faculty of Horticulture, B building
    Prof. Dr. Sorin Mihai CÎMPEANU, Rector, University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest
    Prof. Dr. Martin H. GERZABEK, CASEE President, University of Natural Ressources and Life Sciences, Austria
  • 10:30‐11:30   PLENARY SESSION I (Joined with Agriculture for Life, Life for Agriculture International Conference) - Aula Magna BpA – Faculty of Horticulture, B building
    Keynote presentation: Ao.Univ.Prof. Mag. Dr. Barbara Hinterstoisser, University of Natural Ressources and Life Sciences, Austria
    „Research based education at Life Science Universities in the Danube region for a sustainable future”
  • 11:30-12:00   Coffee Break/Press Conference - Faculty of Horticulture, B building
  • 12:00‐13:30      PLENARY SESSION II (Joined with Agriculture for Life, Life for Agriculture International Conference) - Aula Magna BpA – Faculty of Horticulture, B building
    Keynote presentation: Acad. prof. dr. Doru C. Pamfil, University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    “New biotech methods in plant breeding for climate change”
    Keynote presentation: Gabriele Mack, Agroscope, Switzerland & Prof. Dr. Gina Fintineru, USAMV Bucharest
    “Impact of the CAP payments on the vitality of rural areas”
  • 13:30‐14:30   Lunch & Networking Activities - Faculty of Horticulture, B building
  • 14:30‐16:30   THEMATIC SESSIONS (parallel sessions)
    1. Modern agriculture and rural development (including landscape planning) - A I 50, Rectorate, A building

      Chairs:

      • Prof. Dl Dr. Dr.h.c. mult. Martin H. Gerzabek, BOKU, Austria
      • Prof. univ.dr. Florin Stănică, USAMV, Romania
      • Pia Euteneuer - Decomposition of sclerotia (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum) under cover crops and soybeans (Glycine max)
      • Otilia Bobis - Morus spp. for revigorating silkworm breeding in Romania and promoting health benefits of leaves and fruits
      • Michael Pillei - Academia Danubiana - Customized Education for the Danube Region - New methods in knowledge transfer for regional development processes.
      • Florina Deleanu - Positive aspects of an ornamental vegetable garden and its effects towards family and community sustainability
    2. Renewable resources – possibilities and constraints (including forests and biotechnology) – A II 79, Rectorate, A building

      Chairs:

      • Prof. dr Florian Borlea, BUASVMT, Romania
      • Acad. prof. dr. Doru C. Pamfil, University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca, Romania
      • Magdalena Wolf - Decentralized photovoltaic and electric energy storage systems for autonomous buildings and seasonal base load provision to the grid
      • Aglaia Burlacu - Screening of microorganisms displaying acetyl xylan esterase activity
      • Cristina Daniela Kelemen - Preliminary testing of SRAP primers in order to establish genetic diversity of four Ranunculaceae species from Romania
      • Tiberiu-Paul Banu - Comparison between pristine pure-beech stand and mixed beech-oak stand using an unmanned aerial vehicle
    3. Sustainable food systems and quality – A II 68, Rectorate, A building

      Chairs:

      • Prof. dr hab. Ewa Rembiałkowska, WULS-SGGW, Poland
      • Prof. dr Teodor Trasca, BUASVMT, Romania
      • Sandra Schwödt - Developement of tailormade food waste prevention measures based on consumer type analysis
      • Lavinia Iliescu - Sensorial fruit evaluation of some kiwi hybrid genotypes (Actinidia sp.)
      • Călin Sverinciuc - The effects of some fodder additives (Actigen, SelPlex, Yea-Sacc-1026) administered in the diet of Siberian sturgeon on meat quality
      • Maria Socaciu - Production of Kashkaval cheese with enhanced flavor and microbiological stability at ripening
      • Adina Longodor - Influence of sample origin area and lactation on physico-chemical parameters and the content of heavy metals in donkey milk
    4. Environmental safety and climate change – A p 18, Rectorate, A building

      Chairs:

      • Dr. Elena Mateescu, General Manager of the National Meteorological Agency, Associate professor of USAMV Bucharest, Romania
      • Assoc. Prof. dr Michal Lostak, CULS, Czech Republic
      • Srđjan Šeremešić - Ecological intensification: development of agriculture with agroecosystem services implementation
      • Adela Pașca - GIS integration of climate change through fast calculation of temperature and precipitation maps for use in agricultural land qualitative assessment. Case study: Iclod
      • Florina Raicu - Studies on the results obtained from the analysis of animal food products using GF AAS
      • Geta Rîșnoveanu - CEEPUS Network - EcoManAqua - Ecology and Management of aquatic ecosystems in Central, East and Southeast Europe
    5. Agricultural engineering (ATAE) – A II 86, Rectorate, A building

      Chairs:

      • Prof. Kovacev, UNIZG, Croatia
      • Univ. Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Andreas Gronauer, BOKU, Austria
      • Igor Kovacev - Impact of soil tillage reduction on cultivation productivity of wheat, barley and soybean
      • Franziska Mairhofer - Influence of tillage depth of a chisel plough on the quantity and spatial distribution of crop residues of winter barley on a chernozem soil
      • Raimondo Gallo - Solutions to automate operational monitoring activities in agri-forestry tasks
      • Maximilian Treiber - Aspects of digization in agricultural logistics in Germany
    6. New challenges in animal sciences and veterinary medicine – A II 113, Rectorate, A building

      Chairs:

      • Prof. Mariana Ionita, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, USAMV Bucharest, Romania
      • Prof. Antun Kostelic, Faculty of Agriculture, UNIZG, Croatia
      • Teodor Stanciu - Preliminary results concerning a new Fe-based biodegradable implant with low contents of Mn and Si
      • Nicolae Constantin - The effect of intra-uterine treatment with diluted N-Acetylcysteine on bovine endometritis
      • Raluca-Adriana Ștefănescu - Background general activity in the visual analysis of electroencephalographic examinations in dogs with idiopathic epilepsy
      • Catalina Anca Cucoș - Syringosubarachnoid shunt placement in a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel dog diagnosed with Chiari like malformation and Syringomyelia. Case report
      • Constantin Gheorghe Cerbu - Endangered Danube salmon (Hucho hucho)- a safe minimum standard for water quality
  • 14:30-16:30   EFNET WORKSHOP - Senate Hall, Rectorate, A Building
  • 14:30-16:30   DAFM MEETING (upon invitation only) - DFR, et.1, FIFIM
  • 16:30-17:00   Coffee break - Senate Hall, Rectorate, A Building
  • 17:00-18:00   POSTER DISPLAY AND VIEWING - A I, Rectorate, A building
  • 19:30‐21:30   Official Gala Dinner - Ceres Restaurant, Agronomie-Herăstrău Campus

 

Friday, June 8
  • 09:00‐10:30 THEMATIC SESSIONS (parallel sessions as on day one)
    1. Modern agriculture and rural development (including landscapeplanning) – A I 50, Rectorate, A building

      Chairs:

      • Prof. Dl Dr. Dr.h.c. mult. Martin H. Gerzabek, BOKU, Austria
      • Prof. univ.dr. Florin Stănică, USAMV, Romania
      • Ana Butcaru - Some results on nutritional properties of organic rose petals and related processed products
      • Ana Butcaru - Cultivation technology of organic roses for petal production
      • Valentina Stoian - Agricultural soil textures and nitrogen leaching under fertilization conditions and soil biodiversity
    2. Renewable resources – possibilities and constraints (including forestsand biotechnology) – A II 79, Rectorate, A building

      Chairs:

      • Prof. dr Florian Borlea, BUASVMT, Romania
      • Acad. prof. dr. Doru C. Pamfil, University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca, Romania
      • Cristina Daniela Kelemen - In vitro antioxidant and anti-proliferative activity of Ranunculaceae species from Romania
      • Adrian Oprea - Oak species - providing renewable and sustainable raw materials, enriching the ecosystems services and fulfilling the social demands. Case-study - Western Romania
      • Marius-Ion Manea - Challenges regarding the recent evolution of native lime tree species in the managed forests of Caransebes area, Western Romania
    3. Sustainable food systems and quality – A II 68, Rectorate, A building

      Chairs:

      • Prof. dr hab. Ewa Rembiałkowska, WULS-SGGW, Poland
      • Prof. dr Teodor Trasca, BUASVMT, Romania
      • Laura Stan - Bee pollen as antioxidant ingredient in ready-to-serve citrus juice
      • Ileana Rîndașu - Effect of high dilutions of sodium chloride solutions on wheat germination
      • Dragomir Sângeorzan - The evolution of minimum arable land and food consumption from 1977 to 2013
    4. Agricultural engineering (ATAE) – A II 86, Rectorate, A building

      Chairs:

      • Prof. Kovacev, UNIZG, Croatia
      • Univ. Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Andreas Gronauer, BOKU, Austria
      • Zlatko Koronc - Tractor DI diesel engine performances using different types of diesel fuel
      • Marko Vincekovic - New type of biofertilizers: microspheres (microcapsules) loaded with chemical and biological agents
      • Mateja Grubor - Comparison of energy properties of wheat variety ,,Kraljica“ with unregistered varietiy ,,Brkulja“
    5. New challenges in animal sciences and veterinary medicine – A II 113, Rectorate, A building

      Chairs:

      • Prof. Mariana Ionita, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, USAMV Bucharest, Romania
      • Prof. Antun Kostelic, Faculty of Agriculture, UNIZG, Croatia
      • Raluca Turbatu - A review of neurological examination-differential diagnosis for intracranial diseases in cats and dogs
      • Ionel Toader - The combined add effects of fodder additives (YEA-SACC 1026+Actigen) on some production and consumption indices and on health status in chicken broilers
      • Sara Salaj - Monitoring of the alien fish species Prussian carp (Carassius gibelio) in the Croatian part of the Sava River area from 2004 to 2017
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  • 09:00-10:30   EFNET WORKSHOP - Senate Hall, Rectorate, A Building
  • 09:00-10:30   DAFM MEETING (upon invitation only) - A p 18, Rectorate, A building
  • 10:30‐11:00   Coffee break - Senate Hall, Rectorate, A Building
  • 11:00‐12:30 THEMATIC SESSIONS (parallel sessions as on day one)
    1. Modern agriculture and rural development (including landscapeplanning)

      Chairs:

      • Prof. Dl Dr. Dr.h.c. mult. Martin H. Gerzabek, BOKU, Austria
      • Prof. univ.dr. Florin Stănică, USAMV, Romania
      • Lucia Pop - Sericulture industry in Romania. Analysis on current situation and future prospects of development
      • Ioana Crișan - Leaf stomatal parameters of Iris germanica influenced by cultivar and arbuscular mycorrhizae inoculation in field conditions, Romania
    2. Sustainable food systems and quality - A II 68, Rectorate, A building

      Chairs:

      • Prof. dr hab. Ewa Rembiałkowska, WULS-SGGW, Poland
      • Prof. dr Teodor Trasca, BUASVMT, Romania
      • Lavinia Iliescu - Kiwifruit preliminary characterization of some hybrid genotypes (Actinidia sp.)
      • Diana Dicianu - The evaluation of some nutritional properties of chines date (Ziziphus jujuba) cultivated in organic orchard in Bucharest area
      • Adriana Urcan - Antibacterial activity of some bee products and the possibility of their use in functional food production
    3. New challenges in animal sciences and veterinary medicine – A II 113, Rectorate, A building

      Chairs:

      • Prof. Mariana Ionita, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, USAMV Bucharest, Romania
      • Prof. Antun Kostelic, Faculty of Agriculture, UNIZG, Croatia
      • Ana-Andreea Cioca - The organoleptic exam of cooked high pressure processed and cooked non-treated fish fillets
      • Oana Bîrsan - Clinical findings in cats with hypetrophic cardiomiopathy. Retrospective study.
      • Elena Gavrilaș - Reflections regarding the significance of the microscopic examination in the diagnosis of mammary and abdominal neoplasias in cats. Statistical reflections
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  • 11:00-12:30   EFNET WORKSHOP - Senate Hall, Rectorate, A Building
  • 11:00-12:30   DAFM MEETING (upon invitation only) - A p 18, Rectorate, A building
  • 12:30‐13:30   Lunch - Senate Hall, Rectorate, A Building
  • 13:30‐15:30   CASEE General Assembly – Aula Magna, Rectorate, A building
  • 15:30‐16:00   CASEE Board Meeting (upon invitation)- Aula Magna, Rectorate, A building

 

Saturday, June 9
  • 08:00‐18:00   Conference visits:
    1. Istrița and Pietroasa, Buzău County (technical and tourism)
    2. Prahova Valley (tourism)