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Lisbon 2017

2nd Working Group meeting and 1st Action Workshop

Lisbon general view at night
On March 2017, Lisbon will host the 2nd Working Group meeting (March 23rd) and first Action Workshop (March 24th). Dr Otilia Carvalho is welcoming us at the Instituto Superior de Agronomia
55 participants took part to the first workshop

Meeting documents

Preliminary Program

Provisory Program

 

23 March

Room

8:30h-9:30h

Registration

 

9:30h-10:30h

Plenary Session - Management Committee Meeting

Sala de Actos

10.30h10.45h

Plenary Session - WG4 Status report and call for input

10:45h-11:15h

Coffee break

 

11:15h-12:30h

Subgroups

  • WG1 & WG2: Status on “questionnaire for industry” and status of “State of the art”

Sala de Actos+rooms

  • WG3

39

WG4

28A

12:30h-13:30h

Lunch break

 

13:30h-15:30h

Subgroups

WG1: Short presentations by WG members

Sala de Actos

WG2: Discussion on manuscript: “Environmental models in food industry - current status and future perspectives”. Future WG2 activities

Salão Nobre

WG3

39

WG4

28A

15:30h-16:00h

Coffee break

 

16.00h-17:30h

Subgroups

WG1: Discussions on case studies (small groups)

Sala de Actos

WG2: Participation with WG1

Salão Nobre

WG3

39

WG4

28A

17:30h-18:30h

Plenary session: 4 working group outputs

Including WG4: Q&A session on Webinar and Concept maps efforts (approximately 15 mins)

Sala de Actos

18.30h-21:00h

Dinner

Salão Nobre

24 March

9:00h-10:30h

Industrial Session - 

1. Tania ROUGIER - Céréales Vallée, Biopôle Clermont-Limagne, France (www.cereales-vallee.org)

2. Florent VIEUX - MS-Nutrition, France (http://ms-nutrition.com/)

Sala de Actos

10:30h-11:00h

Coffee break

11:00h-12:30h

Industrial Session - 

3. John MELROSE - JDE Coffee, UK (https://www.jacobsdouweegberts.com/)

4. Ricardo Braga – ISA, UL, Portugal (https://www.isa.utl.pt/home/node/5247)

Sala de Actos

12:30h-13:30h

Lunch break

13:30h-15:00h

Roundtable with industrials

Including WG4: Position paper - Presentation and alignment with industry (approximately 15-30 mins)

Sala de Actos

15:00h-15.30h

Coffee break

15.30h-17:00h

Brief wrapping up with short presentations from WG leaders

Action plans/wg

  • STSM call

Next meeting

Sala de Actos

Meeting location: Instituto Superior de Agronomia

http://www.isa.ulisboa.pt/en/presentation/isa-school-of-agronomy

Recommended hotel:

  • Vila Galé Opera

http://www.vilagale.com/en/hotels/lisbon-coast/vila-gale-opera

Booking form (deadline Feb, 22)

Send the document to Mrs Teresa Barros, opera.grupos@vilagale.com

with copy to the local organiser: motiliac@isa.ulisboa.pt 

How to reach the meeting?