Program Information

Call for Abstracts - deadline 14 January 2020

Preliminary Programme Topics(Programme Schedule to be released by 1 January 2020)

  • A Practical and Science-Based Performance Standard As an Alternative to Zero Tolerance
  • An Update on the Integration of “Omics” into Risk Assessment
  • Assessing and Communicating Uncertainty/Variability in Food Safety Contexts
  • Biofilm Formation As an Adaptation Strategy for Food Associated Bacteria
  • Clostridium Botulinum: Re-Emerging Risk?
  • Culture and Food Safety – Practically Speaking!
  • Environmental Pathogen Monitoring: Prospects, Challenges, and Lessons Learned
  • Food Safety and Microbial Dark Matter
  • Foodborne Zoonoses and One Health Approach; What’s New in Europe? the One Health EJP!
  • Getting the Science, Legal and Business Case Right: Incorporating Food Safety into Enterprise Risk Management:
  • Hazard Analysis Approaches for Small Retail Establishments
  • How Best to Leverage Partnerships in a Sea of Rapidly Evolving Technology?
  • Insight in How to Distinguish the Various Bacillus Cereus Actors
  • Integrating Knowledge and Predictive Software Tools for Assessing the Risk of Listeria Monocytogenes in Cheese Products
  • Methodological Considerations in Design of Pathogen Inoculation Studies: Implications for Validity and Application of Results
  • Moving Towards Better Hygienically Designed Food Processing Facilities and Equipment - Constructor Push or Food Processor Pull?
  • Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis Applied to Food Safety of Foods Produced in Mediterranean (European And African) Countries
  • Navigating the Benefits and Barriers of Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) for the Food Industry from the Food Industry
  • Non-Thermal Technologies As a Tool to Enhance Food Quality and Safety
  • Process Analytical Technology at the Service of Food Protection
  • Safety Aspects of Entrepreneurial Food Fermentation
  • Stochastic Models for the Variability of the Microbial Response: Impact for Process Validation and Risk Assessment
  • Tools to Select the Right Method for the Right Purpose
  • Validation of Innovative Tools to Assess and to Improve Microbiological Safety in the Food Chain (VITAL)
  • Worldwide Water Perspectives: Food Safety Concerns for Different Regions of the Globe

Past Locations

2019 Nantes, France
2018 Stockholm, Sweden
2017 Brussels, Belgium
2016 Athens, Greece
2015 Cardiff, Wales
2014 Budapest, Hungary
2013 Marseille, France
2012 Warsaw, Poland
2011 Ede, The Netherlands
2010 Dublin, Ireland
2009 Berlin, Germany
2008 Lisbon, Portugal
2007 Rome, Italy
2006 Barcelona, Spain
2005 Prague, Czech Republic