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Sunday, March 31, 2019
15:00-19:00 Registration
19:00 Welcome party
Monday, April 1, 2019
08:30-08:45 Opening ceremony
08:45-09:00 D. Heath Era Chair ISO-FOOD presentation
09:00-09:15 M. Horvat Achievements of ISO-FOOD project
09:15-09:45 S. Kelly A new rapid method for stable isotope analysis of non-exchangeable hydrogen to detect undeclared addition of sugar and sugar syrups to food
09:45-10:00 L. Mounier State of the art Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry (IRMS) applied to food traceability
10:00-10:15 M. Ocvirk Authentication of the geographical origin of hops (Humulus lupulus L.)
10:15-10:30 J. Golubović Comparison of organic and conventional beer in view of the content of the selected phytoestrogens
10:30-10:45 R. Cellier Isotopic and multi-elemental signatures as indicators of origin of sparkling wines
10:45-11:15 Coffee break
11:15-11:45 N. Ogrinc Compound specific isotope analysis in food authenticity
11:45-12:00 T. Grebenc Tractability and quality control in commercial truffles (Tuber spp.)
12:00-12:15 L. Strojnik Investigation of truffle aroma compounds: can we differentiate between different species?
12:15-12:30 A. Zitek Towards a multielement and n(87Sr)/n(86Sr) isotope ratio landscape of Austria for food provenancing
12:30-12:45 A. Aguzzioni Geographic traceability of North Italian apples based on Sr isotope ratio and multi-chemical fingerprint
12:45-14:00 Lunch and posters
FOOD AUTHENTICITY AND TRACEABILITY Moderators: J. Szpunar, N. Poklar Urlih
14:00-14:30 R. Rozenich Waters DART direct analysis system used for Food Authenticity
14:30-15:00 F. Camin Traceability and authentication of premium products using stable isotope ratios analysis’
15:00-15:15 T. Zuliani Elemental content and strontium isotope characterization of Slovenian wine
15:15-15:30 M. Perini δ15N and δ13C analyses of amino acids of grape
15:30-16:00 Coffee break
FOOD QUALITY AND SAFETY Moderators: E. Heath, F. Camin
16:00-16:30 A. Covaci “A Bug Lunch” – Evaluating the chemical safety of edible insects
16:30-16:45 J. Snoj Tratnik Human biomonitoring and its role in food safety: trace elements in men and lactating women living in Slovenia
16:45-17:00 A. Stajnko Diet related exposure to As in Slovenian-Croatian women population (PHIME-CROME study)
17:00-17:15 H. Prosen Determination of neonicotinoid pesticides in Slovenian honey
17:15-17:30 U. Blaznik Ongoing work on implementing cumulative exposure assessment to determine chemical food safety in Slovenia
17:30-17:45 A. Bogožalec Košir Novel molecular approaches for quantification of genetically modified organisms
17:45-18:00 A. Runkel Exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals via food: Urinary phthalate metabolites in the Slovenian general population
18:00-19:30 Poster session
Tuesday, April 2, 2019
FOOD QUALITY AND SAFETY Moderators: M. Horvat, A. Lobnik
8:30-9:00 J. Szpunar Mass spectrometry techniques for the speciation and isotopic composition of selenium in food
9:00-9:30 F. Vanhaecke Acquiring enhanced insight into the sources of marine Hg pollution, the associated risks and in vivo Hg metabolism via high-precision Hg isotopic analysis with CVG-MC-ICP-MS
9:30-9:45 R. Milačič Analytical procedures for speciation of zinc, nickel and chromium in food samples
9:45-10:00 K. Vogel-Mikuš On the toxicity of edible mushrooms – Hg and Se accumulation and bioavailability
10:00-10:15 P. Pongrac Contrasting allocation of magnesium and calcium in tea leaves may explain their different extraction efficiency
10:15-10:30 M. Černe Transfer of potentially toxic elements to Chinese cabbage from soil amended with compost derived from the sewage sludge
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
FOOD QUALITY AND SAFETY Moderators: D. Heath, S. Novak Krmpotič
11:00-11:30 K. Löschner Nanoparticles in food – an overview
11:30-12:00 N. Poklar Ulrih Proliposomal encapsulation of resveratrol
12:00-12:15 A. Lobnik Novel Optical Chemical Sensors for in situ food quality control
12:15-12:30 V. Golja Exposure to nano TiO2 particles from food contact quasi-ceramic coatings
12:30-12:45 M. Červek Cattle fattening for top quality beef production
12:45-13:00 H. Elbashir Interactive effect of gamma radiation and salicylic acid on sprout inhibition of two processing potato varieties
13:00-14:30 Lunch break
14:30-17:30 Visiting to Sečovlje Salt pens
15:00-15:30 N. Kovač A scientific view of the Sečovlje Salina
19:00 Dinner
Wednesday, April 3, 2019
FOODOMICS Moderators: A. Schimmelmann, C. Zoani
9:00-9:30 U. Vrhovšek Foodomics: a milestone in food and nutritional studies
9:30-9:45 L. Di Donna Ultra-rapid determination of tyrosol and hydroxytyrosol derivatives in extra virgin olive oil by paper spray tandem mass spectrometry
9:45-10:00 Z. Jandrič Combined metabolic, elemental and isotopic fingerprinting for origin determination of carrots
10:00-10:30 Coffee break
METROLOGY IN FOOD Moderators: S. Lojen, U. Vrhovšek
10:30-11:00 A. Schimmelmann Development of honey, vegetable oil, flour, and collagen stable isotope reference materials
11:00-11:30 C. Zoani The role of research infrastructures in supporting Metrology in Food – the experience of METROFOOD-RI
11:30-11:45 R. Jaćimović Calibration and Measurement Capability (CMCs) in food analysis
11:45-12:00 M. Milavec Key comparison studies on the ratio of the number of copies of specified intact sequence fragments extracted from different matrices
12:00-12:15 E. Bešter Quantification of measurement uncertainty using model equation: case of determination of alpha-tocopherol content in plant oils
FOOD DATABASES AND SEMANTICS Moderators: S. Lojen, U. Vrhovšek
12:15-12:45 T. Eftimov Food and nutrition data management and knowledge discovery
12:45-13:00 U. Pivk Kupirovič Exploitation of crowdsourcing for collecting compositional data on prepacked foods and guiding healthy food choices with a smart-phone application
13:00-13:15 M. Kos Skubic Reaction of consumers in Slovenia to the use and understanding of quality labels on food products
13:15-13:45 G. A. Herrmann A non-analytical solution to supply chain integrity countering fraud
13:45-14:00 Closing ceremony