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  The Co-organizers list is provisional and updated on April 18th, 2019. Others Co-organizers will be added, accordingly to the progress of event organization.

AgriNano Techniques

 
WS.I

AgriNano Techniques

June 12

 

WORKSHOP COMMITTEE

 

Livia VITTORI ANTISARI, University of Bologna
Nelson MARMIROLI, University of Parma
Zeno VARANINI, University of Verona
Enrico BRAIDOT, University of Udine

 

 
 Organized by
 Universita Bologna UNIPR 
VERONA col Universita Udine

 

With the world’s population expected to exceed nine billion by 2050, scientists are working to develop new ways to meet rising global demand for food, energy and water without increasing the strain on natural resources. Organizations including the World Bank, and the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization, as well as the EAT–Lancet commission are calling for more innovation to address the challenges of the agri-food sector.

NanoInnovation 2019 hosts the 3rd edition of the workshop “AgriNanoTechniques” co-organized by the Universities of Bologna, Parma, Verona and Udine. The workshop will be the forum for discussing the perspective of nanotechnologies in the primary sector among the stakeholders and scientific research.

The development of AgriNanoTechniques has been started very recently; they will be implemented within the evolving science of precision agriculture, in which farmers use technology to target their use of water, fertilizer, plant protection products and other inputs. A second, broad potential application concerns the issues of reduction and valorization of agri-food wastes.

The introduction of nanotechnologies in agriculture still need deepen basic and applied knowledge, however several promising results were achieved, so far. A huge development is taking place in this sector, therefore nanotech applications currently under development will soon be overtaken by other ideas that are expected to contribute to solve several issues in the field of sustainable agriculture.

 

 

12 June

11:00 - 12:30
Current Nano perspectives in the Agri-Food sectors
WS.I.1 - TT.II.A
 
 SYNOPSIS
WS.I.1.1
TT.II.A.1

Alejandro PÉREZ-DE-LUQUE  CV
Department of Plant Breeding and Biotechnology - IFAPA, Spain
When Nanotechnology meets Agriculture: will it help to improve farming?

WS.I.1.2
TT.II.A.2
Francesco CUBADDA
ISS
Nanotechnology agri-food applications: how to assess their safety?
WS.I.1.3
TT.II.A.3
Alessio ADAMIANO CV
CNR-ISTEC
Bones as a source of calcium phosphates nanoparticles: towards a circular economy of smart phosphorous fertilizer
WS.I.1.4
TT.II.A.4
Maria Adele PROSPERONI
Coldiretti, Roma
Nanotechnology in the Agrifood sector: The role of regulation
WS.I.1.5
TT.II.A.5

Francesco BIANCARDI
ZEISS Microscopy
Correlative and Analytical case studies for micro and nanoparticles detection in Agrifood research

Chair:  Nelson MARMIROLI,
CINSA Consorzio Interuniversitario Nazionale per le Scienze Ambientali 
 12:30 - 14:00 Light Lunch
14:00 - 15:30
Nanomaterials and Plant Nutrition
WS.I.2 - TT.III.A
 
 SYNOPSIS
WS.I.2.1
TT.III.A.1
Marta MARMIROLI
University of Parma
Effects of multiple treatment with ENMs on zucchini plants
WS.I.2.2
TT.III.A.2

Andrea CIURLI CV
University of Verona
FePO4 nanoparticles as a source of nutrients: effects on plant transcriptome and on soil microbial communities and functions

WS.I.2.3
TT.III.A.3
Giuseppe CIUFFREDA CV
Fabbrica Cooperativa Perfosfati Cerea
Smart fertilizer: first results of nano fertilizer application in open field (kiwi - Actinidia chinensis ssp Jintao)
WS.I.2.4
TT.III.A.4
Antonio FILIPPI CV
University of Udine
Hydroxyapatite Nanoparticles influence Germination and Plant Metabolism of Solanum lycopersicum
WS.I.2.5
TT.III.A.5
Davide ZANELLI CV
University of Trieste
Possible applications and critical aspects of carbon nanomaterials use in agriculture
 Chair: Zeno VARANINI, University of Verona
15.30-16.00 Coffee Break
16:00 - 17:30
AgriNano Techniques Research Pathways
WS.I.3 - TT.IV.A
 
 SYNOPSIS
WS.I.3.1
TT.IV.A.1

Sonia DEMASI CV
University of Turin

Dextrin-based nanosponges as carriers for natural herbicides in horticulture

WS.I.3.2
TT.IV.A.2

Elodie Genevieve VANDELLE CV
University of Verona
Plant disease biocontrol by means of biodegradable proteinaceous nanoparticles

WS.I.3.3
TT.IV.A.3

Monica RUFFINI CASTIGLIONE CV
University of Pisa
TiO2 nanoparticles may lighten cadmium harmfulness in co-treatment experiments on the aquatic fern Azolla filiculoides

WS.I.3.4
TT.IV.A.4

Sara FALSINI CV
University of Florence
Encapsulating a germination adjuvant in lignin nanoparticles to reactivate quiescent seeds

Chair: Luca MARCHIOL, University of Udine


updated to June 4th, 2019



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