ANIMAL AND FOOD SCIENCES AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

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We are pleased to invite you to participate in the International Scientific Symposium “Animal and food sciences and sustainable development”, organized between October 21 – 22, 2021, by the Faculty of Food and Animal Sciences, within the Iasi University of Life Sciences.

This scientific event brings together at each edition outstanding personalities from academia and research, as well as specialists and practitioners. The symposium is a good opportunity to promote the latest achievements in the field, to stimulate innovative creativity and to develop partnerships to achieve European projects and programs. Therefore, knowing the concerns in the field and appreciating your professional prestige, we have the honour to invite you to participate in the works of the scientific symposium.

Within this international scientific event, current issues in various fields, specific to animal science, food sciences and sustainable development, structured in three sections, will be addressed:

– Animal science,

– Food sciences,

– Tourism and management.

Papers accepted by the Scientific Committee, written in English, will be published on CD, and those based on current research topics and highlighting valuable scientific results will be included in the volume Scientific papers – Animal Husbandry series (CNCSIS B + journal and indexed in CAB – abstract, CAB – full text, DOAJ, INDEX COPERNICUS, AGRIS, SCIRIUS DATABASE, GENAMICS), edited under the auspices of the “Ion Ionescu de la Brad” Publishing House – Print ISSN 1454-7368 and Electronic e-ISSN 2067-2330.

Agenda

Speakers

Scientific Committee

Organizing Commitee

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Event Agenda

21st

October

Section I: Animal science

Coordinators – Soon

Section II: Food science

Coordinators – Soon

Section III: Tourism and management

Coordinators – Soon

Speakers of the Plenary Session

Soon

Scientific Committee

    1. PhD, Prof. Ligita BALEZENTIENE – University of Lithuania, Lithuania
    2. PhD, Prof. Walter BAUMGARTNER – University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, Austria
    3. PhD, Prof. Diego BEGALLI – University of Verona, Italy
    4. PhD, Prof. Nour Edine CHIHIB – University of Lille, France
    5. PhD, Prof. Szabo CSABA – University of Kaposvár, Hungary
    6. PhD, Assoc. Prof. Francois DJITIE-KOUATCHO – University of Ngaoundere, Cameroon
    7. PhD, Prof. Nicolae EREMIA – Agricultural State University of Moldova, Republic of Moldova
    8. PhD, Prof. Mohamed A. KENAWI – Minia University, Egypt
    9. PhD, Prof. Hendronoto A.W. LENGKEY – Padjadjaran University, Bandung, Indonesia
    10. PhD, Prof. Andrea MARTINI – University of Florence, Italy
    11. PhD, H.C. Yves NYS – INRAE, France
    12. PhD, Prof. univ. Edi PIASENTIER – University of Udine, Italy
    13. PhD, Prof. Françoise PICARD – University of Angers, France
    14. PhD, Prof. Mark RUSSELL – Purdue University, Indiana-USA
    15. PhD, Prof. Nomeda SABIENE – University of Lithuania Kaunas – Lithuania
    16. PhD, Prof. Nicolas SILLEOS – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
    17. PhD, Prof. Ottó SZENCI – Szent István University, Hungary
    18. PhD, Prof. Peter VOS – Utrecht University, Netherlands
    1. PhD, Prof. Paul Corneliu BOIŞTEANU – I.U.L.S. Iasi, Romania
    2. PhD, Lecturer, Marius CIOBANU – I.U.L.S. Iasi, Romania
    3. PhD, Prof. Şteofil CREANGĂ – I.U.L.S. Iasi, Romania
    4. PhD, Assoc. Prof. Cristi DIMA – “Dunărea de Jos” University of Galaţi, Romania
    5. PhD, Prof. Dan DEZMIREAN – U.A.S.V.M. Cluj Napoca, Romania
    6. PhD, Assoc. Prof. Marius Gheorghe DOLIȘ – I.U.L.S. Iasi, Romania
    7. PhD, Prof. Dumitru DRĂGOTOIU – U.A.S.V.M. București, Romania
    8. PhD, Prof. Horia GROSU – I.C.D.B.N.A. Balotești, ROMÂNIA
    9. PhD, Assoc. Prof. Roxana LAZĂR – I.U.L.S. Iasi, Romania
    10. PhD, Prof. Vasile MACIUC – I.U.L.S. Iasi, Romania
    11. PhD, Prof. Monica MARIN – U.A.S.V.M. Bucureşti, Romania
    12. PhD, Prof. Daniel MIERLIȚĂ – U.A.S.M.V.B.T. Timișoara, Romania
    13. PhD, Prof. Vioara MIREȘAN – U.A.S.V.M. Cluj Napoca, Romania
    14. PhD, Lecturer Gherasim NACU – I.U.L.S. Iasi, Romania
    15. PhD, Prof. Constantin PASCAL – I.U.L.S. Iasi, Romania
    16. PhD, Prof. Ioan PEȚ – U.A.S.M.V.B.T. Timisoara, Romania
    17. PhD, Prof. Ioan Mircea POP – I.U.L.S. Iasi, Romania
    18. PhD, Lecturer Roxana RAȚU – I.U.L.S. Iasi, Romania
    19. PhD, Prof. Lavinia ȘTEF – U.A.S.M.V.B.T. Timișoara, Romania
    20. PhD, Prof. Ilie VAN – A.S.A.S., U.A.S.V.M. Bucureşti, Romania

Organizing Committee

  • PhD, Prof. Ioan Mircea POP – I.U.L.S. Iasi, Romania
  • PhD, Prof. Paul Corneliu BOIŞTEANU – I.U.L.S. Iasi, Romania
  • PhD, Prof. Constantin PASCAL – I.U.L.S. Iasi, Romania
  • PhD, Prof. Benonie PĂSĂRIN – I.U.L.S. Iasi, Romania
  • PhD, Lecturer Mihaela IVANCIA – I.U.L.S. Iasi, Romania
  • PhD, Prof. Marius Giorgi USTUROI – I.U.L.S. Iasi, Romania
  • PhD, Prof. Șteofil CREANGĂ – I.U.L.S. Iasi, Romania
  • PhD, Assoc. prof. Daniel SIMEANU – I.U.L.S. Iasi, Romania
  • PhD, Assoc. prof. Răzvan Mihail RADU-RUSU – I.U.L.S. Iasi, Romania
  • PhD, Lecturer Bogdan Vlad AVARVAREI – I.U.L.S. Iasi, Romania

Fees and Registration

Method of payment:

Please remit payment by Checks, Money Orders payable to Iasi Treasury – with the mention Scientific Symposium LIFE SCIENCES TODAY FOR TOMORROW 2021 – Faculty of Animal Husbandry.

IBAN code: 

RON: RO91TREZ40620F365000XXXX

EUR: RO31BRDE240SV 60462352400

Tax code: 4541840

The payment order will mention the name and surname of the person making the payment, the institution and the section in which he participates.

Upon request, participants may request, for a fee, scientific journals and / or excerpts from papers published in them.

If you intend to participate with two papers, please fill in one form for each. The abstract of the paper must be cursive, concise and concise; will begin with a clear statement of the purpose of the paper, will continue with a brief presentation of the working methods used, then the important results of the paper will be presented and will end with highlighting the important conclusions. No bibliographic sources will be included in the abstract. The abstract must contain between 1000 and 1500 characters (including spaces).