"Fats, Oils and Lipids: Science, Technology and Nutrition in a Changing World"
16-19 September 2018, Belfast, UK
hosted by the SCI Lipidgroup
28 February, TODAY: Lecture abstracts
If you are unable to prepare a final abstract in time submit a preliminary version, which can be exchanged anytime.
13 March: Meeting of the Scientific Committee to finalise the lecture programme
Congress Webpage/ Registration/ Abstracts
European Lipid Technology Award:
Erik A. Decker
University of Massachusetts
Title to be confirmed
European Lipid Science Award:
Markus R. Wenk
National University of Singapore
"Mass Spectrometry of Lipids and its Applications in Translational Research"
DGF Wilhelm-Normann Medal Lecture:
Technical University Dortmund
"Homogeneous Transition Metal Catalysis with Oleochemicals – Process Development from Laboratory to Miniplant Scale"
SFEL Chevreul Medal Lecture:
University of Montpellier
When Chemists synthesize Oxylipins and share them with Biologists, Physiologists, Clinicians, Lipidomists : 25 Years of Happiness
New Keynote Lectures:
J. Rettenmeier & Söhne
"How to turn a Filter into a Fixed Bed Bleaching Reactor"
University of Perugia, Italy
"The bioactive Phenols of Virgin Olive Oil: an Overview on the agronomic Parameters, processing Innovations and packaging Strategies that affect their Composition"
Table Top Exhibition:
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New sponsors and exhibitors:
Belfast City Hall
The Congress mingling dinner takes places Tuesday, 18 September 2018 in the City Hall Belfast.
The site now occupied by Belfast City Hall was once the home of the White Linen Hall, an important international Linen Exchange. The street that runs from the back door of Belfast City Hall through the middle of Linen Quarter is Linen Hall Street.
Plans for the City Hall began in 1888 when Belfast was awarded city status by Queen Victoria. This was in recognition of Belfast's rapid expansion and thriving linen, rope-making, shipbuilding and engineering industries. During this period Belfast briefly overtook Dublin as the most populous city in Ireland.
Construction began in 1898 under the supervision of architect Sir Alfred Brumwell Thomas and was completed in 1906 at a cost of £369,000. The exterior is built mainly from Portland stone and is in the Baroque Revival style. It covers an area of one and a half acres and has an enclosed courtyard.
Featuring towers at each of the four corners, with a lantern-crowned 173 ft (53 m) copper dome in the centre, the City Hall dominates the city centre skyline. As with other Victorian buildings in the city centre, the City Hall's copper-coated domes are a distinctive green.
The interior has a number of notable features including the Porte-Cochère and Grand Entrance, the Grand Staircase, the Reception Room and the Great Hall.
We thank Belfast City Council for their kind generosity for the use of City Hall.
Text: Wikipedia, Pictures: Wikipedia, Kenneth Allen, Macnolete
4-6 June 2018, Graz, Austria
Deadline for lecture abstracts is 16 March!
- antioxidant and lipid oxidation evaluation methods
- elucidation of lipid oxidation and antioxidant mechanisms
- lipid oxidation in multiphase and complex systems
- control of lipid oxidation
- protein and lipid co-oxidation
- nutritional and physiological effects of oxidized lipids and antioxidants.
Please find all details at the congress webpage:
Congress Calendar next 12 Months
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