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Last update 14.02.2020

PROGRAMME

Wednesday, 19th February

Chairman
Fabio Gallo, Conduttore LineaBlu, Rai

GREETINGS

Renato Pujatti, Presidente Pordenone Fiere

INSTITUTIONAL SPEECHES*

Teresa Bellanova, Ministro delle Politiche agricole alimentari e forestali
Marco Dreosto, Parlamento Europeo
Filippo Gallinella, Presidente Commissione Agricoltura della Camera dei Deputati
Gianpaolo Vallardi, Presidente Commissione Agricoltura del Senato
Riccardo Rigillo, Direttore Generale Ministero delle Politiche Agricole Alimentari Forestali
Dora Barreira Ramos, DG MARE
Alessandro Ciriani, Sindaco del Comune di Pordenone
Massimiliano Fedriga, Presidente della Regione Autonoma Friuli Venezia Giulia
Stefano Zannier, Assessore alle risorse agroalimentari, forestali, ittiche e alla montagna, Regione Autonoma Friuli Venezia Giulia
Luca Zaia, Presidente della Regione Veneto
Giuseppe Pan, Assessore all’agricoltura, caccia e pesca, Regione Veneto
TBA – Presidente della Regione Emilia-Romagna
TBA – Assessore all’agricoltura, caccia e pesca, Regione Emilia-Romagna

GREETINGS

Marco Gilmozzi, Presidente FEAMP
Pier Antonio Salvador, Presidente API
Giuseppe Prioli, Presidente AMA
Marco Saroglia, Director, World Aquaculture Society

*guests

At the end a toast will take place in the Regione Autonoma Friuli Venezia Giulia – ERSA booth (booth 5.25)

PROCESSING, PRESERVATION, PACKAGING AND LOGISTICS

Moderator
Mariella Ballatore, Co-founder and Editor in chief, Pesceinrete

Handbook for the management of fish wellness control during road transport
Carlo Spezzani, Manager of Health-related professions, Italian Ministry of Health

Seafood product innovation by using emerging / non-thermal technologies
Pietro Rocculi, Professor, Università di Bologna

Development of packaging factors in seafood production following the Food Contact Material legislations
Marco Dalla Rosa, Professor, Università di Bologna

Crustaceans sulphite-free
Calogero Di Bella, Veterinary, Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale della Sicilia

ORGANIZED BY HIPRA IN COLLABORATION WITH AQUALIFE

Fish as other farm animals, just like people, are more susceptible to different pathogens, specially bacteria and viruses, when they are under stressful situations. therefore, it makes sense to protect fish from these threats whenever possible. reducing the burden of disease and the associated treatments mean animals can enjoy better health, translated into better conversion ratios, contributing to the farm economics and the development of the aquaculture sector.

HIPRA invites participants to a professional update on fish vaccination and its benefits, where aqualife will be sharing their wide practical experience.

14:00 Coffee opening
14:10-14:20 Welcome and HIPRA introduction
14:20-15:00 HIPRA: Vaccination benefits in fish health and its added value to the farm economics
15:00- 15:30 AQUALIFE: Practical Application of Intraperitoneal Vaccines. Part 1
15:30-15:40 Coffee break
15:40-16:10 AQUALIFE: Practical Application of Intraperitoneal Vaccines. Part 2
16:10-16:30 HIPRA Vaccination follow up: evaluating fish performance

Free registration is required, please contact: italia@hipra.com

Translation in Italian / English is available

RESEARCH PROJECTS FOR A UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT
GREETINGS AND MODERATION

Marco Saroglia, Director, World Aquaculture Society

HORIZON2020

AquaIMPACT
Antti Kause, Researcher, Natural Resources Institute Finland (Finland)

GAIN
Roberto Pastres, Professor, Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia

ClimeFish
Michaela Aschan, Professor, The Nordic University of Norway

PerformFish
Katerina Moutou, Professor, University of Thessaly Biopolis (Greece)

ParaFishControl
Marialetizia Fioravanti, Veterinarian, Università di Bologna

MedAID
Anna Toffan, Manager, Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie

Vivaldi
Paola Venier, Professor, Università degli Studi di Padova

NewTechAqua
Alessio Bonaldo, Professor, Università di Bologna

INTERREG EUROPE

AdriAquaNet
Marco Galeotti, Professor, Università degli Studi di Udine
Emilio Tibaldi, Professor, Università degli Studi di Udine

BlueGrass
Daniele Brigolin, Researcher, Università IUAV (During the project, Researcher at Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia)

AGER2

Sushin
Emilio Tibaldi, Professor, Università degli Studi di Udine

4F – Fine Feed For Fish
Marco Saroglia, Project Coordinator AGER 4F, Università degli Studi dell’Insubria in Varese

PROGRAMMA NAZIONALE TRIENNALE DELLA PESCA E DELL’ACQUACOLTURA 2017-2019 MIPAAF-ERSA

Experimental activities toward the definition of guidelines for a sustainable use of the Chamelea gallina (Mediterranean Striped Venus) resource
Emilio Simonetti, ERSA- FVG

PRIMA

Supertrout
Pier Luigi Acutis, Chief Veterinary Officer, Istituto Zooprofilattico delle Venezie

ADRION

AsMar
Michela Cariglia, President, Consorzio Gargano Pesca
Caterina Longo, Professor, Università degli studi di Bari Aldo Moro

GREETINGS

Aina Afanasjeva, Director, Eurofish International Organisation (Denmark)

PRODUCTS, RETAIL AND CONSUMPTION TRENDS

Moderator
Fabio Gallo, TV host LineaBlu, Rai

Seafood in retail market 4.0: consumer demands and retailer strategies
Salvo Garipoli, Director SGMARKETING

Study for the development of the Italian market for farmed fish: the point of view of consumers and Ho.Re.Ca. operators
Susi Tondini, Founder & CEO, CREA Marketing Consulting

Italian aquaculture in the European context: production, trends and innovation
Domitilla Pulcini, Researcher, CREA – Consiglio per la ricerca in agricoltura e l’analisi dell’economia agraria

Agriculture – Quality . Environment: the Regione Friuli Venezia Giulia agrifood quality trademark
Emanuele Bianco, ERSA FVG

Effect of fish oil replacement with algae oil on fillet quality: a new approach for a sustainable aquaculture
Fabio Brambilla, Fish nutritionist, Naturalleva

Roundtable
Large Retailers, Ho.Re.Ca. and e-commerce operators

Partecipants
Flavio Zangirolami, Fresh seafood Area Manager, Despar – Gruppo Aspiag
Giacomo Bedetti, Founder, Orapesce
Salvo Garipoli, Director, SGMARKETING
Susi Tondini, Founder & CEO, CREA Marketing Consulting

PROGRAMME

Thursday, 20th February

ORGANIZED BY NIC-AL SRL, IN COLLABORATION WITH AGRISOPHIA SRL

Bred synonymous with control, guarantee and safety – Dr. Romagno
Supply chain controls and execution methods:
–          process and documentary monitoring;
–          analytical checks of parameters and limits (validation and verification of the sanitary hygiene system, HACCP and processes as required by mandatory and voluntary regulations)

Overview of standards, certifications, monitoring and checks integrated into a guarantee system for food safety and respect for the ecosystem – Dr.ssa Gabardo
–        Certifications of primary production, from Global Gap, to BIO production passing from antibiotic free and its interpretations;
–          MSC e ASC, BRC – IFS and ISO 22000 hygiene and sanitary certifications, mediators and broker certifications to support them;

Autochthonous and allochthonous pests from pests to pests: insects and rodents – Dr. Grande
–        monitoring, verification and reporting methods;
–        prevent and intervene;
–        targeted process checks;
–        pest overview (pests, pests, description of the correct methods of study and monitoring, process checks in compliance with the requirements of standards such as BRC)

The IT system, a necessary tool for the management of production data and traceability in support of quality and production management systems

Italian language only

MICROALGAE IN THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY, PRODUCTION, TECHNOLOGIES AND INNOVATIONS

Moderator
Niccolò Bassi, Researcher, F&M

Large scales algae cultures: limits and opportunities of artificial lighting
Niccolò Bassi, Researcher, F&M

Experimental analysis and modeling of microalgae based technologies
Giacomo Cao, Professor, Università degli Studi di Cagliari

Expo 2020 Dubai: microalgae cultivation in sinergy with visitors
Andrea Moro, TOLO Green

Algal biomass from urban, agricultural waste and CO2 captured from industrial processes for use in the production of aquaculture feed
Hans Henriksen Marki, CEO & Co-Founder, AlgaePro, and Partner, Greentech Innovators

Organic spirulina production in an eco-sustainable plant
Enrico Maranesi, Owner, spirulina area manager, Società Agricola Salera

WORKSHOP GFCM-FAO

Translations: Italian – French – English

To participate, please register at the following link
http://www.fao.org/gfcm/meetings/info/en/c/1256718/

Chairman
Fabio Gallo, TV host LineaBlu, Rai

Introductory remarks
Riccardo Rigillo, General Director for Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture, Food, Forestry (MiPAAFT)
Pier Antonio Salvador, Italian Fish Farmers Association (API)
Audun Lem, Deputy Director, FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Policy and Resources Division
Abdellah Srour, Executive Secretary, GFCM

Setting the scene: encouraging dialogue to meet growing needs
This panel focuses on progress made towards promoting the dialogue on good practices to boost responsible aquaculture, in particular as far as cooperation with farmers and aquaculture farmer organizations is concerned. Aspects related to market and trade from a farmer’s perspective and factors affecting public perceptions of aquaculture products, research and capacity-building needs, as well as necessities on improving cooperation with aquaculture farmers will be discussed.

Panel introduction

Towards the development of FAO Sustainable aquaculture guidelines
Audun Lem, FIAX, FAO

The update of the EU Strategy for the sustainable development of EU aquaculture, including the role of producer organizations and consumer perception
Dora Barreira Ramos, DG MARE

Aquaculture market and consumer perceptions of farmed fish products
Ekaterina Tribilustova, Eurofish

Fish farmer research needs and technical developments
Malek Mtimet, Tunisian Farmer Organization

Shellfish farmers research needs and technical developments
Giuseppe Prioli, Mediterranean Shellfish Farmers Association

Open discussion

Farmers and farmer organizations: good practices and lessons learned
This panel outlines international and national experiences and progress made on good practices and cooperation towards sustainable aquaculture development as well as lessons learned, in particular as regards social responsibility in fisheries and aquaculture value chains, along with the main challenges faced by farmers and aquaculture farmer organizations in dealing with market competition, regulation, environment, animal health, social acceptability of aquaculture, workers welfare, and capacity-building.

Panel introduction

Social responsibility in fisheries and aquaculture value chains
Audun Lem, FIAX, FAO

National experiences from:
Italian farmer organisations (Andrea Fabris, API)
Turkish farmer organisations (Buket Yazicioglu, Central Union of Turkish Aquaculture Producers)
Egyptian Integrated Aquaculture company (Mohamed El Araby, Alkeram International for Agriculture Investment)
Saudi Aquaculture Society (Mohamed Odaiby, SAS)
Ukrainian farmer organizations (Antonina Mruk, Ukraine Aquaculture Community)
Open discussion

Wrap up and conclusions

ORGANIZZATO IN COLLABORAZIONE CON SKRETTING

L’Ordine dei Giornalisti riconosce crediti formativi

Carlo Alberto Pratesi, Professor, Università degli Studi Roma Tre
Massimo Marino, Founder, Life Cycle Engineering

Italian language

APPLICATIONS AND USES OF ALGAE IN FOOD, FEED, ENERGY PRODUCTION AND INDUSTRIAL SECTORS

Moderator
Barbara Righini, Journalist, AgroNotizie

Biotechnological engineering of the carotenoids biosynthetic pathway to produce astaxanthin in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
Matteo Ballottari, Professor, Università degli Studi di Verona

Post cultivation organic spirulina protocol
Enrico Maranesi, Vice President and Founder, Unione Spirulina Biologica Italiana

Microalgal cultures for dairy byproducts treatment
Federico Castillo Cascino, Researcher, Istituto Sperimentale Italiano Lazzaro Spallanzani

Using microalgae to treat wastewaters from the textile industry
Elena Ficara, Professor, Politecnico di Milano

Use of microalgae in an integrated process to recover biogas from biological urban waste
Elena Barbera, Researcher, Università degli Studi di Padova

Microalgal cultivations integrated with wastewater treatment: the example of the MEWLIFE project
Fabrizio Di Caprio, Researcher, Università degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza”

ORGANIZED BY SPAROS LDA

Learn how to quickly evaluate the impact of different feeds and feeding strategies on key performance indicators of a fish farm, using FEEDNETICSTM virtual environment. This software is based on a state-of-the-art mathematical model that predicts the effects of nutritional and environmental factors on fish growth, feed conversion, feeding costs, body composition and waste load, thus allowing to pre-screen virtually the most interesting solutions before practical application.
Target audience: Fish farming and aquafeed companies.

English language

SUSTAINABILITY AND CIRCULAR ECONOMY IN SEAFOOD FARMING

Moderator
Roberto Pastres, Professor, Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia

Climate change and pollution. Their effects on marine ecosystem
Tomaso, Fortibuoni, Researcher, ISPRA Ambiente

Swiss Alpine Fish – Land-based Salmon Farming in the Swiss Alps
Christopher Shaw, Assistant Farm Manager, Swiss Alpine Fish

Extensive aquaculture in “valli da pesca”
Oliver Martini, Valle Ca’ Zuliani

Investigating Integrated Multi-trophic Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (*IMRAS)
Marco Gioacchino Pistrin, MSc, PMP, RPBio

Blue biotechnology to improve the competitiveness and sustainability of Sicilian aquaculture
Concetta Messina, Professor, Università degli Studi di Palermo
Alfonso Milano, Manager, Aquaculture and Mariculture Service, Mediterranean Fishing Department, Regione Siciliana
Andrea Santulli, Researcher, Università degli Studi di Palermo

Evolution of feed evaluation for aquaculture, towards net energy and the 4th P, Planet
Ruben Groot, Team leader Quality and Nutrition, Alltech Coppens

Monoglycerides of Short- and Medium-Chain Fatty Acids as sustainable alternative to control bacterial diseases: economic benefits
Matteo Calligaris, Chief Executive, Innovaque

15.30 – 15.35
speech sponsor
FEEDNETICSᵀᴹ – a prediction tool for fish farmers and aquafeed formulators
Luís Conceição, Co-Founder, CEO and R&D Director, SPAROS Lda

HELLFISH FARMING – INNOVATION IN IT MANAGEMENT AND GEO-ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE PRODUCTION SECTOR
ORGANIZED BY A.M.A. – ASSOCIAZIONE MEDITERRANEA ACQUACOLTURA

Greetings and introduction
Eraldo Rambaldi, Director, AMA

The supply chain of mussel farming in Italy: from the context analysis to the needs assessment
Lucia Tudini, Researcher, CREA

MITILAB and IT management of mussel farming
Giacomo Cocci, CEO, Cocci Luciano

Processing satellite data using mathematical models to support aquaculture
Erika M.D. Porporato, Researcher, Bluefarm and Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia

Rheticus® Aquaculture: satellite support for smart aquaculture
Antonello Aiello, Pre-Sales Technical Assistant Rheticus®, Planetek Italia s.r.l.

Case History
15.30 – 16.30
SALA AQUAFARM
Workshop FEAMP

ORGANIZED BY ASSALZOO
ORGANIZED BY ASSALZOO
MODERATOR

Valentina Tepedino, Eurofishmarket

OPENING SESSION

Lea Pallaroni, Secretary General, Assalzoo
Manlio Panlei, Director of the Prevention, Food Safety and Veterinary Public Health Service, Regione Autonoma Friuli Venezia Giulia

MAIN SPEECH

Enric Gisbert, IRTA Sant Carles de la Ràpita

ROUNDTABLE

Fabio Brambilla, Fish nutritionist, Naturalleva
Andrea di Biase, Product manager, Aqua Veronesi
Umberto Luzzana, Marketing Director, Skretting

CONCLUSIONS

A cura di API

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