Programme

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Sunday 9th March

Time Sessions Location
18:30 – 20:00
Registration
El Sucre
20:00 -
Welcome cocktail
El Sucre

Monday 10th March

Time Sessions Location
08:30-09:00
Late registration
EPS-UVIC
09:00-09:30
Opening ceremony
EPS-UVIC
 Topic 1 & 2. Trufficulture and ecology & Truffle genomics and molecular biology. Chair: Antonietta Mello, UOS Torino, CNR, Italy
09:30-10:30
PL1.1 Advances in truffle soil ecology, the key to improve its cultivation. 
Alessandra Zambonelli, University of Bologna, Italy
EPS-UVIC
10:30-11:00
Coffee break
EPS-UVIC
11:00-11:30
IL2.1 New insight in the truffle life cycle.
Claude Murat, UMR INRA-UHP, France
EPS-UVIC
11:30-12:00
IL2.2 Truffle research in the post-genomic era
Raffaella Balestrini, UOS Torino, CNR, Italy
EPS-UVIC
Topic 5 (I). Nutrition and Gastronomy. Chair: Josep Sucarrats, gastronomic journalist and director of “CUINA “, Gatronomic Journal, Barcelona, Spain
12:00-12:30
IL5.1 Three classical Truffle recipies at “El celler de Can Roca” a gastronomic point of view.
Chef Joan Roca, El Celler de Can Roca, Girona, Spain
EPS-UVIC
12:30-13:00
IL5.2 The Cooking of the Truffles. Manipulation and Experiences. 
Chef Nandu Jubany, Can Jubany, Calldetenes-Barcelona, Spain
EPS-UVIC
13:00-13:15
Gatronomic Exhibition by Nandu Jubany
EPS-UVIC
13:15-14:15
Lunch
Sala Segimon Serrallonga- UVIC
14:15-15:00
Poster session
EPS-UVIC
Oral Presentations Topics 1 & 2. Chair: José Antonio Bonet, UdL, CFTC, Spain EPS-UVIC
 15.00-15.15 OP1.1 Soil factors and vegetation determining occurrence of tuber aestivum vitt. in natural stands. Alessandra Rosa-Gruszecka, Forest Research Institute, Poland
EPS-UVIC
 15.15-15.30 OP1.2 Relationship between production, extraradial soil mycelium and ectomycorrhizal diversity in a black truffle plantation: first results. Mikel Queralt, University of Navarra, Spain EPS-UVIC
 15.30-15.45 OP1.3 The hypothetical “saprotrofic phase” of the tuber melanosporum mycelium should be permanently buried. Michele Miranda, University of L’Aquila, Italy EPS-UVIC
 15.45-16.00 OP1.4 Integrated management and sustainable cultivation of the valuable truffle species Tuber borchii vittad. Marcos Morcillo, Micologia Forestal & Aplicada, Spain EPS-UVIC
 16.00-16.15 OP1.5 Low summer soil temperature and moisture favours root tip colonization of Quercus ilex by Tuber melanosporum. Antoni Olivera, University of Lleida-Agrotecnio Center, Spain EPS-UVIC
 16.15-16.30 OP2.1 How many filamentous fungi do a truffle? Giovanni Pacioni, University of L’Aquila, Italy EPS-UVIC
 16:30-16.45 Coffee-break EPS-UVIC
Topic 3. Foodomics (I): Quality Control, Flavour Characterization, Olfactometric and Sensorial Analysis. Chair: Consol Blanch, University of Vic, Spain
16:45-17:45
PL3.1 The Chemical ecology of truffle volatiles
Richard Splivallo, University of Frankfurt, Germany
EPS-UVIC
17:45-18:15
IL3.1 Chemical aspects of the truffle aroma
Laura Culleré, University of Zaragoza, Spain
EPS-UVIC
20:00
EPS-UVIC- Transfer to the restaurant
EPS-UVIC
20:30
Conference Dinner. Chef Nandu Jubany
El Serrat de Figaró

Tuesday 11th March

Time Sessions Location
Topic 3 & 4. Foodomics (II) and Truffles and derivatives conservation. Chair: Elena Ibáñez, CSIC-CIAL, Madrid, Spain
09:00-09:30
IL3.2 Foodomics: opening the door to a global evaluation of food quality and bioactivity.
Alejandro Cifuentes, CSIC- CIAL-Madrid, Spain
EPS-UVIC
09:30-10:00
IL4.1 New technologies that would be applicable to truffle conservation and in the maintenance and protection of its biocatives components.
Buenaventura Guamis, UAB Research Parc, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
EPS-UVIC
10.00-10:30
Coffee-Break and taste of truffle products, presented by “Conserves Coll” (Castellterçol, Catalonia, Spain)
EPS-UVIC
Oral Presentations Topics 3 & 4. Chair: Alessandra Zambonelli, University of Bologna, Italy
10:30-10:45 OP3.1 The quality of commercial truffle flavored oils assessed by means of GC–MS and electronic nose. Giovanni Pacioni, University of L’Aquila, Italy EPS-UVIC
10:45-11:00 OP3.2 Quality aspects of the Australian black truffle (T. Melanosporum). Garry Lee, University of Western Australia, Australia EPS-UVIC
11:00-11:15 OP4.1 A patented edible film to improve the fresh truffle shelf-life.  Giovanni Pacioni, University of L’Aquila, Italy EPS-UVIC
11:15-11:30 OPS4.1 Company Laumont: Establishment, Development and Leadership in truffle business either fresh or preserved. Jordi Serentill, Deputy CEO Laumont S.L., Tàrrega, lleida, Spain EPS-UVIC
11:30-12:00 Poster Session EPS-UVIC
12:00-12:30
Visit to truffle stalls at the weekly market in Vic Main Square
Plaça Major- Vic
12:45-13:30
Transfer to Món Sant Benet
Coach Station
13:30-15:30
Lunch
La Fonda – Món Sant Benet
15:30-16:00
Guided visit to Alícia – Food and Science Foundation
Món Sant Benet
Topic 5 (II). Nutrition and Gastronomy.
Chair: Toni Massanés, Alicia Foundation, Spain
16:30-17:30
OP 5.1 Heritage projects in Fundació Alícia. Why do we like eating truffle?
Núria May, Alícia Foundation, St. Fruitós del Baiges, Spain
Món Sant Benet
17:30-18:15
Transfer to Vic
19:00-20:00
Guided Visit to Vic
Plaça Major-Vic
20:00-21:00
Reception and Welcome Drink at the Vic Town Hall
Traditional regional products and wine by “El Celler d’Osona”
Vic Town Hall

Wednesday 12th March

Time Sessions Location
09:00-10:00
Topic 3. Round table: New trends in authentification, preservation, flavour characterization and bioactive compounds extraction in truffles. Chair: Alejandro Cifuentes, CSIC-CIAL, Madrid, Spain
  • RT3.1 Electrophisycal (EAG) responses of Leoides Cinnamomeus to volatiles isolated from tuber melanosporum. Antonio Ortiz, Universidad de Jaén, Spain
  • RT3.2 Modern green processes for obtaining bioactive compounds.  Elena Ibañez, CSIC- CIAL-Madrid, Spain
  • RT3.3 Latest advances on artificial sensorial systems and their application in food. Giorgio Pennazza, Univ. Campus Bio-medico di Roma, Italy
  • RT3.4 Foodomics: truffles quality control strategies. Giovanni Pacioni, University of L’Aquila, Italy.
EPS-UVIC
Oral presentations Topics 1 & 4.
Chair: Xavier Parladé, IRTA-Sustainable Plant Protection, Cabrils, Barcelona, Spain
 
10:00-10:15
OP1.6 Biodiversity and conservation of desert truffles in Saudi Arabia. Mohammed Amin Uddin Mridha, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia.
EPS-UVIC
10:15-10:30
OPS4.2 The future of the truffles, a projection of the present. Ismael Ferrer, Mario Cequier, Trufapasion SC, Estadilla, Huesca, Spain
EPS-UVIC
10:30-10:45
Coffee-break
EPS-UVIC
10:45-11.15
Poster session discussion.
Chairs: Richard Splivallo, University of Frankfurt, Germany and Michele Miranda, University of l’Aquila, Italy
EPS-UVIC
Oral Presentations.
Chair: Alessandra Zambonelli, University of Bologna, Italy
11:15-11:30
OP1.7 Truffle cultivation in Germany – current situation and prospects. Ulrich Stobbe, Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg, Germany.
EPS-UVIC
11:30-11:45 OP1.8 The cultivation of truffles in the southern hemisphere – the problems and the potential. Ian Hall, Truffles and Mushrooms (Research) Limited, New Zealand & Alessandra Zambonelli, University of Bologna, Italy EPS-UVIC
11:45-12:00
OP2.2 Hyphal growth and life cycle in truffle: new research perspectives and applications in the field. Antonella Amicucci, University of Urbino, Italy
EPS-UVIC
12:00-12:15
OP2.3 Heterothallism in T. melanosporum and T. indicum: warning and lessons from genomics to preserve identity and promote fructification of the Perigord truffle. Francesco Paolocci, CNR Institute of Biosciences and Bioresources (IBBR) Division of Perugia, Italy
EPS-UVIC
12:15-13:00
PL1.2 Why Earth needs Truffles.
James Trappe, Oregon State University, US.
Chair: Christine Fischer, CTFC, Solsona, Spain
EPS-UVIC
13:00-13:30
Closing ceremony
EPS-UVIC
13:30-14:30
Farewell Cocktail, taste of truffle products by “Trufapasion”, wine by “Celler d’Osona” and cava by “Juvé y Camps”
EPS- UVIC

Main dates

  • Opening of registration and call for papers: 1 October, 2013
  • Deadline for paper submission: 31 December, 2013
  • Communication of the Scientific Committee’s decision to authors: 15 January, 2014
  • Deadline for early registration: 3 February, 2014
  • Deadline for registration:
    3 March, 2014
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