FOODTROPOLIS

Will cities shape our perception of food and nature?

20.03. - 21.03.2019 Munich


Food for 9 billion people in 2050

We present:

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Abstract 1: Study of the antagonistic effect of Trichoderma ....

R. Renane, Ecole Superieure d'Agronomie El Harrach, Algeria

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Abstract 2: Analysis of Food Security in Nepal: The Case of Karnali Province.


Sushma Singh and Tek Jung Mahat; Mendel University in Brno & Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republik

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Abstract 3: Building the Local Food System: Lessons from the German Experience

Saahil Parekh, German Chancellor Fellow 2018/2019, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

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Abstract 4: Ernährungsrevolution - Eine Studie von Food Professionals und concept m zu alternativen Proteinquellen und der gesellschaftlichen Akzeptanz von Insekten, Laborfleisch und Pflanzen.

Jana Jansen, Food Professionals

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Abstract 5: Interreg Alpine Space Project AlpBioEco - Valorisation of innovative bio-economical potentials along bio-based food & botanical extract value chains in the Alpine Space

Robin Ehrhardt, Competence Center for Nutrition (KErn)

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Abstract 6: Die „Digitale Rohstoffbörse für nachhaltige Roh- und Reststoffe“ - ein digitaler Marktplatz für biobasierte Wirtschafts-kreisläufe

Silvia Hrouda, 
Competence Center for Nutrition (KErn)

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Abstract 7: Umnutzung vorhandener Systeme der Dach- und Fassadenbegrünung zur Nahrungsmittelproduktion

Florian Demling, Bayerische Landesanstalt für Weinbau und Gartenbau, Veitshöchheim

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We had a call for abstract and poster for the Global Food Summit 2019. The participants allowed leading scientists but also companies, politics and the media to partake in their research projects. The selected posters were displayed during the whole conference at a central location and, in addition to the abstracts, published on our website. 

Guidelines for the abstract submission were
  • Please submit your abstract exclusively online
  • The abstracts shall be written in English or German language
  • The text of the abstract should not exceed 2500 characters (without spaces) and be phrased ready to be published
Structure
  • Superordinate meaning of the topic
  • Scientific issue of your work
  • Most important theses
  • Presentation of the method
  • Findings / results
 
The authors ensure that no rights of any third parties are hurt in all illustrations and on all charts. The authors also take responsibility for the accuracy of the presented data.

 
Selection Procedure
After the expiry of the closing date the submitted proposals were judged by the curators of the Global Food Summit, Prof. Justus Wesseler (Wageningen University & Research), Dr. Simon Reitmeier (Bavarian Food Cluster at the Competence Centre of Nutrition) and Stephan Becker-Sonnenschein (Global Food Summit), according to the following criteria:

  • Relevance of the topic
  • Methodical approach
  • Originality of the contribution
  • Formal aspects
The authors who submitted abstracts were notified via email until the end of January, whether their contribution has been accepted.
Appearance at the conference
The submission of an abstract did not replace the registration for the congress as a participant. The presenting author had to register separately via the online registration.

All accepted abstracts were published online prior to the conference on the homepage of the Global Food Summit. Simultaneously the corresponding posters were shown for two days during the conference in Munich on 20 and 21 March 2019.

The authors declare their consent for the subsequent publication of the abstracts and posters in an anthology of the congress or other publications.

During the congress photos, film recordings and other technical footage are allowed to be made, also from the posters.
 
Formats of the submission / posters

The proposal of a poster should not exceed DIN A0 format, smaller formats are accepted with pleasure. The final poster should then be manufactured in DIN A0 format upright.

The poster had to be printed on paper of low flammability B1 (DIN 4102) - (fire protection rules of the Residenz Munich).