The tenth international conference “Pesticide Residues in Food” to be staged by Akademie Fresenius, which will be taking place in Wiesbaden/Germany on 27 and 28 June, will be providing an overview of the latest methods and tools for determining pesticide residues in food. In addition, international experts will be discussing the latest news from the regulatory and monitoring areas. The organiser has won the support of many top-ranking experts from the analytics field, the industry and the authorities for this event.
The agenda covers the automated determination of glyphosate in food as well as new approaches to determining pesticide exposure through human biomonitoring techniques. Metabolite detection is another main topic of focus. A representative from the Secretariat of the Codex Alimentarius Commission will also be reporting on Maximum Residue Levels.
- Lutz Alder, formerly German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR)
- Michelangelo Anastassiades, EU Reference Laboratory for Pesticides Requiring Single Residue Methods (EURL-SRM)
- Kaushik Banerjee, Indian National Research Centre for Grapes
- Gracia Brisco, The Secretariat of the Codex Alimentarius Commission
- Monika Bross, BASF
- Victor Cutillas Juárez, European Reference Laboratory for Residues of Pesticides in Fruit and Vegetables (EURL-FV) at the University of Almería
- Juan Francisco García-Reyes, University of Jaén
- Kathrin Gottlob, German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR)
- Friederike Habedank, State Office of Agriculture, Food Safety and Fisheries in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (LALLF M-V)
- Jana Hajšlová, University of Chemistry and Technology Prague
- Caroline Harris, Exponent
- Magnus Jezussek, Bavarian Authority for Health and Food Safety (LGL)
- Jörg Konetzki, Institut Kirchhoff Berlin
- Jürgen Kuballa, GALAB Laboratories
- Hans Mol, RIKILT, Wageningen University
- Luc Peeters, Copa-Cogeca
- Peter Rinke, SGF/IRMA
- Rebekka Scholz, German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR)
Full programme details will be available here shortly!
Dates: 27 and 28 June 2019