Tropentag 2020:

Food and nutrition security and its resilience to global crises

September 9 - 11, 2020,
organised by
ATSAF e.V., Germany


Tropentag 2020 - tentative programme

time zone UTC+2

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Wednesday,
09.09.2020
Thursday,
10.09.2020
Friday,
11.09.2020


Time
UTC+2

Programme

Wednesday, 09.09.2020

10:00-11:30 Pre-conference workshops:
13:00-14:15 Plenary session 1 - Lecture Hall B1 University of Hohenheim + streaming via the Internet - link will be made available via Whova;
Chair: Folkard Asch, University of Hohenheim and chairperson of ATSAF e.V.
13:00

Welcome addresses and opening

  • Folkard Asch, Chairperson, ATSAF
13:15

Keynote speeches

  • 13:15-13:45: Rainer Sauerborn, Heidelberg University, Germany
  • 13:45-14:15: Helen Young, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, USA
14:15-14:45 Coffee and tea break - Photos of the photocompetition will be shown
14:45-16:15 Plenary session 2 - Lecture Hall B1 University of Hohenheim + streaming via the Internet - link will be made available via Whova;
Chair: Andrea Fadani, fiat panis Foundation Ulm, Germany
14:45 Hans H. Ruthenberg - Graduate Award:
  • Sina Bierkamp, Leibniz University Hannover - supervisor: Prof. Dr. Ulrike Grote.
    Assessing the Role of Natural Resource Extraction and its Determinants for Rural Households in Southeast Asia
  • Franziska Steinhübel, University of Passau - supervisor: Prof. Dr. Michael Grimm.
    Do Indonesian Consumers Value Organic Rice? - Evidence from a Willingness to Pay Experiment with Randomised Pricing
  • Roberto Villalba, University of Hohenheim - supervisor: Prof. Dr. Regina Birner.
    The 'Uberization' of agricultural mechanization services: the case of EM3 Agri Services in Rajasthan, India
15:30 Josef G. Knoll - European Science Award:
  • Dr. Addisu Fekadu Andeta, KU Leuven, Belgium - supervisor: prof. dr. ir. Leen Van Campenhout.
    Optimization of enset fermentation: Physicochemical and microbial dynamics and development of starter cultures
  • Dr. Thomas Daum, University of Hohenheim - supervisor: Prof. Dr. Regina Birner..
    The potential of smartphone apps to collect self-recorded data in agricultural households. A study on time-use in Zambia
  • Dr. Arndt Feuerbacher, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - supervisor: Prof. Dr. Harald Grethe.
    Economy-wide modelling of seasonal labour and natural resource policies
16:15-16:45 Coffee and tea break - Photos of the photocompetition will be shown
16:45-18:15 Parallel oral thematic sessions A
   
 
 
 
N.N.
18:15-22:00
N.N. 18:30 ATSAF e.V. members assembly

Thursday, 10.09.2020

08:30-09:15 Guided poster sessions A
1.1 Assessing farming systems at different scales
3.1 Climate change - Mitigation and adaptation
5.1 Monogastrics plus alternative livestock
6.1 Renewable energy supply in rural areas
8.1 Rural transformation, gender and livelihoods dynamics
09:30-10:15 Guided poster sessions B
1.2 Genetic resources and crop improvement
2.1 Organic amendments
5.3 Monogastrics plus alternative livestock II
8.2 Food policy and governance: Examining linkages and food security outcomes
8.4 Adoption - Adaptation - Agriculture
10:15 Coffee and tea break
10:30 Parallel oral thematic sessions B
   
 
 
 
12:00-13:00 Lunch break
13:00-14:30 Parallel oral thematic sessions C
   
 
 
 
 
14:30-15:00 Coffee and tea break
15:00-16:30 Parallel oral thematic sessions D
   
 
 
 
 
17:00-17:45 Guided poster sessions C
1.1 Assessing farming systems at different scales II
1.4 Abiotic stresses in crops
4.1 Trees and agriculture
5.2 Ruminant systems
6.2 Food processing
8.1 Rural transformation, gender and livelihoods dynamics II
18:00-18:45 Guided poster sessions D
4.2 (Agro-)biodiversity
5.2 Ruminant systems II
6.2 Food processing II
7.1 Food safety and security
8.2 Food policy and governance: Examining linkages and food security outcomes II
8.5 Markets - Marketing - Value chains
19:30-21:00 Tanga Pasi, online concert

Friday, 11.09.2020

09:00-10:00 Guided poster sessions E
1.3 Biotic stresses, crop protection and multifunctional organisms
2.1 Soils
7.2 Human nutrition and diets
8.3 Education - Knowledge - Extension
8.5 Markets - Marketing - Value chains II
9.3 Practice-oriented further education and support for the transfer of business ideas in the Food Value Chains in Africa
10:00-10:30 Coffee and tea break
  Plenary session 3 - Lecture Hall B1 University of Hohenheim + + streaming via the Internet - link will be made available via Whova; Chair: Folkard Asch, University of Hohenheim
10:30 keynote speeches
  • 10:30_11:00: Petra Schmitter, IWMI Myanmar,remote from Belgium
  • 11:00-11:30: Bjoern Ole Sander, International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), Vietnam
  • 11:30-12:00: Michael Bruentrup, German Development Institute, Competitiveness and Social Development, Germany
12:00Poster Awards
12:15Photocompetition - best photo / best photo series
12:30Closing remarks
End of Tropentag 2020 around 12:30

 

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