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Workshop SISSG, 1991-2017: 25 years of Panel test state of the art and possible interactions with different fields of scientific research

Sanremo, Italy, September 28-29, 2017. Scientific program

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Workshop SISSG, 1991-2017: 25 years of Panel test state of the art and possible interactions with different fields of scientific research

Sanremo, September 28-29, 2017

Scientific program


Thursday 28 September 2017

14.00

Delegates registration

 

14.30 


Welcome addresses by Authorities

 

15.30

Andrea Giomo

IOOC Consultant

Panel test: Origin, evolution, and recent trends within International Olive Council

 

16.00

Juan Ramon Izquiredo


Departamento de Análisis de Aceites y Grasas Laboratorio Arbitral Agroalimentario, Madrid

Panel test: what is and what it means. how it’s applied in Spain

 

16.30

Coffee Break

 

17.00

Paolo Brogi


Castel Del Chianti - Firenze

Panel test: a valorization tool

 

17.30

Anna Cane, Marzia Migliorini

Carapelli Firenze SpA

The importance of sensory analysis in quality control within an olive oil company: practical aspects and early instrumental analysis experiences

 

18.00

End of first day’s works

 

Friday 29 Settembre 2017

 

9.00

Lanfranco Conte & Erica Moret

Università di Udine - DI4A

Looking for a mathematical model suitable to describe defects: peak deconvolution and chemometric.

 

9.30

Sonia Esposto & Maurizio Servili

Università di Perugia

The virgin olive oil aroma: effect of agronomical and technological factors

 

10.00

Stefania Vichi

Universitat de Barcelona

Impact aroma compounds in virgin olive oil: toward a definition of chemical markers of sensory characteristics

 

10.30

Coffee Break

 

11.00

Diego Garcia Gonzales

Instituto de la Grasa CSIC-Sevilla

Integrating knowledge from flavor chemistry and sensory assessment: towards the chemical definition of attributes

 

11.30

Martina Fortini, Chiara Cherubini

Analytical Group, Lorenzo Cecchi - Firenze

SPME-GC-MS: Advantages of an internal multistandard method for quantification of VOCs in olive oils

 

12.00

Angelo Faberi

ICQRF Roma

Luciana di Giacinto

CREA Città S. A

Relationship between Ethylesters and Panel T est: a suitable tool for quality control of extravirgin olive oil

 

12.30

Light lunch break

 

14.00

Tullia Gallina Toschi, Alessandra Bendini

Università di Bologna

Diego Garcia Gonzales

Instituto de la Grasa y Derivados Sevilla

The co operative research of the Horizon 2020 OLEUM Project towards the definition of the Quantitative Panel test

 

15.00

Lucio Carli

Chair person of ONAOO Imperia

Perspective and organization of sensory analysis of olive oils as highlighted by recent acquisition.


15.30

Closing remarks and farewell addresses

 

Congress Fee must be payed by bank transfer to SISSG, at BANCA PROSSIMA - Filiale di Milano - 20121 Piazza Paolo Ferrari 10 –IBAN : IT 04 R 03359 01600 100000119658 Sanremo Congress

Registration must be reported in the bank transfer
140€ Member EFL
170€ Not Member EFL

 

 

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