Keynote Speaker I
Prof. Anders Permin
National Food Institute of Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Copenhagen, Denmark
Educational background: MSc. in
Veterinary Medicine (1990). The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural
University, Denmark (KVL). PhD (1997) in Veterinary Microbiology KVL.
Appointed Assistant Prof. (1997) with pedagogic exam (1998) Appointed
Adjunct Associate Professor in April 2002. Diploma in management, coaching
and project administration, (2004-2005). M-MBA (2012) Present employment:
Chief Consultant, Innovation and Sector Development, DTU.
Previous: Deputy Director, National Food Institute, Danish Technical University.
Head of Department, Human Health and Safety, DHI covering areas related to toxicology and microbiology including disease control.
Keynote Speaker II
Prof. Mircea Oroian
Faculty of Food Engineering, Stefan cel Mare University, Romania
Mircea Oroian is Professor (Full) at Faculty of Food Engineering, Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava, Romania. He is the dean of the same faculty starting with 2016. He received his PhD in Material Science from the Faculty of Food Engineering, Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava, Romania (prof. Gheorghe GUTT). His research is focused on Food Science (Food Authentication, Food Rheology, Food Texture, Food Chemistry and Food Adulteration detection. Till present he published 24 articles into highly quoted international journals and 45 articles published into international data bases quoted journals. His international visibility made possible his invitation for peer reviewer for more than 20 ISI highly quoted journals.
Keynote Speaker III
Prof. Martin A.J. Parry
Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University, Lancaster LA1 4YQ, UK
Martin is a Professor of Plant Science for Food Security providing strategic leadership of research to facilitate the development of globally relevant and accessible food systems. With 9 billion mouths to feed by 2050, Martin wants his research to have a real impact on food security by increasing the yields of major crops whilst also increasing the efficiency of production and end use quality. Hisresearch both encompasses the exploitation of natural diversity and also the creation of new characteristics through biotechnology. He is currently involved in a number of international projects (e.g. http://ripe.illinois.edu/; http://iwyp.org/). His research is widely recognized; in 2014 he was presented with China National Friendship Award and in 2015 was made an honorary member of the Association of Applied Biology. Martin is the Editor-in-Chief of Food and Energy Security, Senior-Editor for the Journal of Integrative Plant Biology and Associate Editor for Plant Biotechnology Journal.