International Conference
TRACKING THE FUTURE
With the support of:
Integrated Project
“INTEGRATED SYSTEM FOR A RELIABLE
TRA...
Programme
The Conference “TRACKING THE FUTURE” represents a unique International event where
advanced technologies applied...
Wednesday, 10th November 2010
Session 1 – Results of the TRACEBACK project
Objective of this session is to illustrate the ...
Thursday 11th November 2010
Session 3 - Tracking the future: New technological research scenarios for the future
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  1. 1. International Conference TRACKING THE FUTURE With the support of: Integrated Project “INTEGRATED SYSTEM FOR A RELIABLE TRACEABILITY OF FOOD SUPPLY CHAINS” TRACEBACK FP6-2005-FOOD-036300 www.traceback-ip.eu 10-11 November 2010 Centro Congressi Fondazione Cariplo Via Gian Domenico Romagnosi, 8 3 Montenapoleone or 1-3 Duomo Milan, Italy TRACEBACK Project partners: 1. Tecnoalimenti S.p.A. Consortile 2. AINIA – Asociaciòn de Investigaciòn de la Industria Agroalimentaria 3. Atos Origin Sociedad anònima espanola 4. Engineering Ingegneria Informatica S.p.A. 5. University of Kent 6. ILIM – Institute of Logistics and Warehousing 7. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences Faculty of Alnarp 8. University of Parma 9. CEMAT – Combined European Management And Transportation S.p.A. 10. City University London – Centre for HCI Design 11. Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Istituto di Chimica del Riconoscimento Molecolare 12. CONSUM Sociedad Cooperativa Valenciana 13. Institut für Agrar – und Stadtökologische Projekte an der Humboldt – Universität zu Berlin 14. Max Plank Society for the Advancement of Science represented by the Max Plank Institute for Polymer Research 15. MTT Agrifood Research Finland 16. Teagasc Agriculture & Food development Authority 17. Selex Communications S.p.A. 18. SGS ICS Ibérica, S.A. 19. Federalimentare 20. Akdeniz University, Economic Research Center on Mediterranean Countries 21. Scuola Superiore ISUFI, eBusiness Management Section, University of Lecce 22. Centiv GmbH 23. NSCE Ltd 24. KBS 25. Parmalat S.p.A 26. Technobiochip SCarl 27. Regionalna Wielkopolska Izba Rolno- Przemyslowa In cooperation with: - Cargill S.r.l. - Div. Animal Nutrition - Azienda Venier s.s. Società Agricola - Trevilat - Winner supermercati - Dema car trasporti s.n.c. - Conalat - La Sala Viveros-Semilleros - Pascual Marketing, S.L. Scientific Conference Committee: Prof. Hannu Korhonen – Agrifood Research Centre (FIN) Prof. Nelson Marmiroli – University of Parma (ITA) Prof. Neil Maiden – City University London (UK) Prof. Rolf Larsen – Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SWE) E. Dallaturca – Parmalat (ITA) L. Brugera Moreno - Consum Cooperativa Valenciana (ES) E. De Paoli – Tecnoalimenti (ITA) Conference Secretariat: Traceback Coordination Team TECNOALIMENTI S.C.p.A. Raffaello Prugger– Marianna Faraldi m.faraldi@tecnoalimenti.com Via Gustavo Fara, 39 – 20124 Milan (Italy) Tel. +39 02 67077370 Fax. +39 02 67077405 Under the patronage of: Ministero della Ricerca (richiesto)
  2. 2. Programme The Conference “TRACKING THE FUTURE” represents a unique International event where advanced technologies applied to food chain integrity will be illustrated and envisioned. Technology plays today a fondamental role in ensuring food safety and quality in companies and will play an even increased role in the future if extended to the entire food chain. First, the role of technology will be discussed through the illustration of relevant research results such as TRACEBACK, one of the major EU projects providing integrated food chain traceability solutions to food industry. For four years, 27 partners active in food research and the food industry throughout Europe have teamed up with two from Egypt and Turkey, plus relevant SMEs, to develop and demonstrate a new approach, based on traceability extended to food safety and quality, for connecting food chain players and for ensuring food chain traceability. TRACEBACK solution not only traces/tracks the food packaging, but its content - the food itself - ensuring that the food product arrives to the consumer not only in due time but also safe, fresh and tasty. Second, other approaches to supply chain integrity will be introduced in the following sessions, in which speakers with different backgrounds will stimulate discussion on advanced technological approaches as new frontiers to the supply chain integrity. The discussion intends to highlight the social role of technological research for ensuring a safe and quality food supply to Europe as well as to orientate future industrial and research activities in the field of food chain integrity with the involvment of all stakeholders. The participants to the Conference will have the opportunity to: • contribute to shape the future direction of agrifood research in the light of a more sustainable food supply and a better quality of life, • learn how Food Industry and ICT enterprises may benefit from TRACEBACK results and may influence European Food Policy, future business and research in the field of technologies for the food chain integrity, • discover the point of view on food chain integrity of Food and IT companies, Public Institutions, Certification Bodies and Standards Associations; • familiarize with other approaches to food chain integrity focused on security of data, internal traceability, new challenges in identification of metabolites, low quantities, health risks, credence parameters, waste traceability, etc. Notes__________________________________________________ English/Italian simultaneous translation is provided. Pre-registration is appreciated: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SXBD5NF The participation is free of charge.
  3. 3. Wednesday, 10th November 2010 Session 1 – Results of the TRACEBACK project Objective of this session is to illustrate the results of TRACEBACK and to learn the opinion of the end users of the TRACEBACK results. 8.30 Registration 9:00 Welcome Ugo Dozzio Cagnoni, Commissioner Fondazione Cariplo Demetrio Corno, President of Tecnoalimenti Ciaran Mangan, DG Research, European Commission Fabrizio Cobis, Authority of Operational Programme 'Research and Competitiveness', Ministry of Research Ethel De Paoli, TRACEBACK Coordinator and CEO of Tecnoalimenti 9:45 Opening Raffaello Prugger, TRACEBACK Coordination team, Tecnoalimenti: The innovative concept of TRACEBACK 10:00 Illustration of the results achieved by TRACEBACK project Key speakers: Nelson Marmiroli, University of Parma – Quality and safety approach of TRACEBACK Vito Morreale, Engineering Ingegneria Informatica – The novel traceability architecture of TRACEBACK and the pilot system for the dairy food chain Francesc Rosines, ATOS Origin – The pilot system for the tomato food chain 11:00 Coffee Break 11:30 Benefits to the food chain Key speakers: Marian Garcia, University of Kent – Outcomes of the pilot system evaluation Evaristo Dallaturca, Parmalat, with supply chain players – Applying the pilot system in the dairy food chain Miguel Molina, Consum Cooperativa Valenciana, with supply chain players – Applying the pilot system in the fresh vegetable food chain Patrik Stolt, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Ewa Marciniak, RWIRP – Involving SMEs in traceability innovation Questions and Answers 13:00 Lunch Session 2 – Approaches to traceability and supply chain integrity Objective of this session is to learn about experiences in other sectors and situations concerning selected pending issues in the field of supply chain traceability and integrity. 14:30 Introduction Moderator: Rolf Larsen, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences From traceability to supply chain integrity David Martinez and Jose Miguel Pinazo, Asociaciòn de Investigaciòn de la Industria Agroalimentaria 14:50 Pending issues in traceability architectures and organisation Chairman: Tomasz Dowgielewicz, Institute of Logistics and Warehousing Petter Olsen, Senior scientist, Nofima Marked Mark Zeller, GS1 Germany 15:40 Pending issues in ICT approaches to food chain integrity Chairman: Vito Morreale, Engineering Ingegneria Informatica Alberto Costanzo, Director of Automation & Control Department, Industries and Services Business Unit, Engineering.it Open discussion on the topic 16:30 Coffee Break 17:00 Pending issues in tracing food safety and quality Chairman: Jorge Molina, Asociaciòn de Investigaciòn de la Industria Agroalimentaria Marco De Vito, Tecnoalimenti S.C.p.A. Guy Weiss, SICPA Product Security SA 17:50 Proposal of a Conference Declaration on “Actions for Future Food Chain Integrity” - Raffaello Prugger, Tecnoalimenti 18.00 Discussion and Closure
  4. 4. Thursday 11th November 2010 Session 3 - Tracking the future: New technological research scenarios for the future agrifood chains Objective of this session is to explore the role of S&T research in envisioning new technological approaches for improving the food chains that will supply food in the future. 9:30 Introduction: Pier Mario Vello, Secretary General of Fondazione Cariplo Demetrio Corno, President of Tecnoalimenti 9:50 Tracking the future Chairman: Angelo Ferro - Honorary President of Tecnoalimenti Presentation of the Conference Declaration on “Actions for Future Food Chain Integrity” adopted by the technical sessions of this Conference - Raffaello Prugger, Director of Tecnoalimenti Topic 1: Research as leverage for evolving the agrifood sector for the benefit of Society Key speakers: Ciaran Mangan, Direction General Research, European Commission Daniele Rossi, Co-chairman of European Technological Platform ‘Food for Life’ Ethel De Paoli, CEO of Tecnoalimenti Tobin Robinson, Head of Unit Emerging Risks, EFSA 10:45 Coffee Break Topic 2: Visions of the new technological scenarios for the future food chains Key speakers: Neil Maiden, Head of Centre for Human-Computer Interaction Design, City University of London Hannu Korhonen, Head Biomolecule Research, MTT Agrifood Research Finland Miguel Blasco, Subdirector, Asociaciòn de Investigaciòn de la Industria Agroalimentaria Carlo Mango, Director of Scientific Research Area, Fondazione Cariplo Silvio Ferrari, Delegate, Milano EXPO 2015 “Feeding The Planet, Energy For Life” 13:00 Closing remarks

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