ISEAC41 will be moved to the Netherlands in 2023 and will be organized by Prof. Marja Lamoree and Dr. Hans Mol. More detailed information regarding dates and exact location will follow soon.’




Genome Trakr database and network: Lessons on what can be done with a quarter million Salmonella genomes

Dr. Marc Allard



What we can (not) expect from microbiome studies human to control pathogens in fresh produce

Dr. Ana Allende

Senior Researcher

CSIC-CEBAS, CENTRO DE EDAFOLOGÍA Y BIOLOGÍA APLICADA DEL SEGURA, Campus Universitario de Espinardo. Espinardo. Murcia, Spain 


Microplastics in (environmental) samples: analytical challenges and traceable findings

Dr. Ulrike Braun

Federal Institute of Material research and testing, BAM


By-products from tropical fruits: A Foodomics study on their antiproliferative activity against colon cancer cells

Prof. Dr. Alejandro Cifuentes

Director of Metabolomics Platform, Institute of Food Science Research (CIAL), National Research Council of Spain (CSIC), Madrid, Spain




Approaching diagnostics for zoonotic diseases entering the food chain in low income countries

Prof. Elizabeth (Lisa) A.H. Hall

Professor of Analytical Biotechnology,
Department of Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology,
University of Cambridge, UK     


Chair Workshop Validation and Reference materials

Prof. Félix Hernández

Prof. for Analytycal Chemistry and Hygiene, University Jaum I, Castellon, Spain



Workshop on Validation and Reference Materials

Prof. Juliane Hollender



Opportunities for Nanotechnology to Promote Safe and Substainable Agriculture

Prof. Greg Lowry

Walter J. Blenko, Sr. Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Deputy Director, Center for Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology,
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 15213  


Sample Handling for Environmental And Biological Analysis to ensure high sensitivity, precision and accuracy

Prof. Dr. Cristina Nerin

Institute of Analytical Chemistry, University of Zaragoza, Catedratica de Quimica Analitica, Directora del grupo GUIA, Instituto de Investigacion en Ingenieria de Aragon (I3A) Escuela de Ingenieria y Arquitectura (EINA)  


The enemy of my enemy is my friend: Using phages to help find bacterial contaminants

Prof. Sam R. Nugen

Dept. of Food Science, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA  


Global approaches to ensuring food safety in the food value chain

Prof. Haley F. Oliver

Associate Professor,
Director, USAIF FtF Food Safety Innovation Lab,
Department of Food Science, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN


Environmental trace compound analysis

Prof. Dr. Mira Petrovic

Institut Català de Recerca de l'Aigua (ICRA),  Experimental Sciences & Mathematics, Tarragona, Spain   



Global trend on risk assessment chemicals in food and its relevance to Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

Masami Takeuchi

Food Safety Officer, Food and Agriculture Organiziation of the United Nations (FAO), Bangkok, Thailand, Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (FAORAP)



Workshop on Validation and Reference Materials

Prof.  Alexander van Nuijs

University of Antwerp, Toxicological Centre, Dept. of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Belgium



Nanotechnology enabled environmental sensing

Prof. Peter Vikesland

Nick Prillaman Prof., Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering,

Co-Director of the Virginia Tech ICTAS Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology (VTSuN)

Director of the Virginia Tech Sustainable Nanotechnology, Balckburg, VA, USA




Strategies for applying high-density femtoliter arrays to digital detection of biomolecules

Prof. David Walt

Harvard Medical School, USA