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International Symposium

 New Trends on Methods for Pesticides and Drug Residues

AOACI Europe section with ASFILAB

 

Thursday 18 and Friday 19 April 2013, PARIS (France)

 

FINAL PROGRAM

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

                     David Bailloux  (ASFILAB)                                               Sune Erikson (AOACI)

                     Jean Marc Fremy (ASFILAB)                                           Guy Jamet (SCL)

                     Pierre Metra (AOACI, ASFILAB)                                       Philippe Leroux (AOACI, ASFILAB

                     Klaus Reif (AOACI)                                                         Eric Verdon (AOACI) 

 

LANGUAGE

The official language of the Symposium (posters and oral presentations) will be English.

 

WELCOME TO STUDENTS!

Students are strongly invited to attend the Symposium for a reduced fee of only 50 EUR to cover catering expenses. But the number of participating students is limited to 50! Poster presentations are also open to students (see below).

 

CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS

Abstracts (400 words max) of presentations related to “New trends on methods for Pesticides and drugs residues” and one of the following areas: environment, food, cosmetics are welcome for oral presentation before 10 December 2012 and for poster presentation before 8 April 2013. Please send to:

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Abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee for formal approval.

 

POSTER AWARD

The most innovative work will be selected by members of the poster committee. The winner of the “AOACI EUROPE BEST POSTER AWARD” will be granted free attendance to the next - AOACI Europe Symposium including travel expenses.

 

INTERNET

Information about the venue also available on

www.aoaceurope.comor www.asfilab.fr

 

LOCATION

The symposium will take place at Espace Saint Martin - 199 Bis Rue Saint Martin 75003 in the heart of Paris. Several Metro stations are close to the meeting place:

Station Rambuteau line N° 3

Station Réaumur Sébastopol lines n° 3 and 4

Station Arts et Métiers lines n° 3 and 11

Station “Chatelet – Les Halles” RER A or B

 

ACCOMMODATION

A list of hotels is available on the following website:http://www.espacesaintmartin.com/paris/html/heberg.html

See also :http://www.parisinfo.com

 

FINAL PROGRAM

 

Thursday 18th  April 2013

8h30 - 9h30: Registration

9h30 - 9h45: Presidents’ welcome

 

9h45 - 15h00: Session on Drug residues

9h45 - 10h30: Plenary Lecture

New developments in LC-MS analysis using targeted and untargeted approaches: Bruno Le Bizec – Laberca-Oniris - Veterinary School of Nantes (France)

10h30 – 11h00: Oral presentation

Multi Antibiotic Residue Detection – Status quo and challenges for confirmatory and screening approaches:  Nelli Jochim, Scarlett Biselli - Eurofins WEJ Contaminants GmbH (Germany)

11h00 – 11h30: Poster session and coffee break

11h30 - 12h00: Oral presentation

Quantitative residue analysis based on HR-MS: Anton Kaufmann Official Food Control Authority - KL-Zurich (Switzerland)

12h00- 12h30: Oral presentation

Application of Exactive Orbitrap for the control of veterinary residues in foodstuffs, benefits and pitfalls: Patricia Plaza-Bolaños, Roberto Romero-González, M. Luz Gómez Pérez, M. Mar Aguilera Luiz, José Luis Martínez Vidal, Antonia Garrido-Frenich, Research Centre for Agricultural and Food Biotechnology, University of Almeria (Spain)

12h30- 13h00: Oral presentation

Is multi-residue screening by LC-LTQ Orbitrap system replacing the LC-MS/MS approach?: Dominique Pessel,  Eric Verdon – Anses-Fougeres (France)

13h00 - 14h00: Lunch Buffet

14h00 - 14h30: Oral presentation

Application of LC-QTOF in Routine Screening Analysis of Veterinary Drugs and Evaluation of LC-QTOF Data: Wolfgang Radeck, Petra Gowik – Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety -Berlin (Germany)

 14h30 - 15h00: Oral presentation

Determination of marker residues to detect the illegal use of trifluralin in shrimp farming: Danny Chan, Richard Fussell, Mike Hetmanski, Jack F. Kay, Andrew Grant, David Verner- Jeffreys and M. Sharman Food and Environmental Research Agency-York (UK)

 

15h00 – 17h45: Session on Pesticide residues

15h00 - 15h45: Plenary Lecture

Impacts of a "global chemical" world – Laboratories' requirements and challenges: Dr. Silke Bruns - Lach Bruns Consulting, Hamburg (Germany)

15h45 – 16h15: Oral presentation

Multiresidue Analysis of 250 Multi-Class Pesticides in Various Essential Oils by LC/MS/MS Using The Scheduled MRM : Fillatre Y , Rondeau D, Daguin A, Jadas-Hécart A, Bonnet B, Communal P-Y - GIRPA, Angers Technopole, Beaucouzé (France)

16h15-16h45 : Poster session and coffee break

16h45-17h15: Oral presentation

Interest of Ion Mobility - Mass Spectrometry analysis for the screening of pesticide residues in food : Laure Joly, Séverine Goscinny, Vincent Hanot, Edwin De Pauw and Gauthier EppeScientific Institute of Public Health (Belgium)

17h15 -17h45: Oral presentation

Progress on the review of all existing pesticides MRLs under regulation (EC) No 396/2005 article 12: Eric Truchot - Agence Nationale de Sécurité Sanitaire, Maisons Alfort (France)

 

Friday 19th April 2013

9h00 - 12h00: Session on Pesticide residues (cont.)

9h00 - 9h30: Oral presentation

Validation of an accurate mass screening method for the analysis of pesticide residues in food using UPLC-QToF-MS and automated data processing: Monica Garcia-Lopez, Richard Fussell, Sara Stead, Mike McCullagh and Dominic Roberts

Food and Environment Research Agency, Sand Hutton, York (UK)

9h30 -10h00: Oral presentation

Method validation: original strategy to manage pesticides not responding to the usual criterias of recovery and repeatability

Laurence Delaire - SCL, Direction Générale de la Concurrence, Consommation et des Fraudes, Massy (France)

10h00-10h30 : Poster session and coffeebreak

10h30- 11h00 :Oral presentation

Pesticide residue analysis: what are the current challenges?: Jana Hajslova – VSCHT, Tech. University Prague (Czech Republic)

11h00 - 11h30-: AOACI Europe Best Poster Award

11h30 – 12h00: Farewell and Closure by the President

 

IMPORTANT DEADLINES

Abstracts for    Oral presentations:      10 December 2012

Poster presentation:    8 April 2013

 CONTACTS

ASFILAB

Nathalie Agustina, ASFILAB Secretary

SGS MANAGEMENT SERVICES

29, avenue Aristide Briand

94111 – Arcueil Cedex

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AOACI Europe Section

Pierre Metra, AOACI Europe Secretary

MERIEUX Nutrisciences

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REGISTRATION FEES (VAT incl.)

Regular                                   400 EUR

Student                                     50 EUR*

Exhibitor                               1 500 EUR (Including two free entrances)

           

The registration fee includes:

vAccess to all sessions

vFirst day lunch, coffee breaks

v Communication abstracts

* Post doctorates and visiting scientists are not considered as students

 

F CREDIT CARDS CANNOT BE ACCEPTED

Registration becomes definitive only when payment has been received by ASFILAB to the following bank account:

CREDIT AGRICOLE Bourg la Reine

Bank code 18206 – 00011

Account number 56935758001 – 81

For international transfers please use the following codes:

IBAN: FR76 1820 6000 1156 9357 5800 181

BIC: AGRIFRPP882

REGISTRATION FORM

AOACI Europe/ASFILAB

International Symposium

18-19 April 2013, Paris (France)

New Trends on Methods for Pesticides and Drug Residues

 

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CANCELLATION POLICY

A 40 EUR of administrative charge will be assessed for all cancellations. Please note that substtutions within the same organisation (colleagues) are permitted without penalty.The Executive Committee of AOACI Europe Section may cancel the symposium because of insufficient enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances. If the symposium will be canceled, the Executive Committee of AOACI Europe Section will refund registration fees but cannot be held responsible for other costs, charges, or expenses, including cancellation/change charges assessed by airlines or travel agencies

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