Your company or organization is invited to consider a unique partnership that will provide you with the opportunity to reach out to a wide range of members from the global community working on Postharvest Pathology. Come and increase your presence within this community by participating in the upcoming VI International Symposium on Post-harvest Pathology: Innovation and advanced technologies for managing postharvest pathogens to be held from 30th of May to 3rd of June 2021 in Limassol, Cyprus.
The conference, under the aegis of ISHS, the International Society for Horticultural Science and ISPP, the International Society of Plant Pathology, with the support of Cyprus University of Technology is certainly the most important international event on Postharvest Pathology, with participants from different countries.
The event will take place in Cyprus for the first time and will have a particularly strong contingent from Italy, Spain, France, South Africa, and Israel, leading countries of the Postharvest Pathology sector in terms of research, innovation and production. A relevant amount of participants is also expected from Americas, Asia, Middle East and North Africa.
The VI International Symposium on Post-harvest Pathology will draw together research and business, young researchers and established scientists, industrial processors and suppliers, horticultural producers and supply chain actors. Governments and institutions participation is also expected.
Format of the Conference
The VI International Symposium on Post-harvest Pathology: Innovation and advanced technologies for managing postharvest pathogens aims to promote scientific progress, to stimulate free exchange of ideas and findings, and to publicize progress in Postharvest Pathology, Food Safety, and Advanced Technologies. Scientists, Stakeholders, Corporates, Business companies are invited to attend.
Oral presentations will represent the core of the Symposium as it occupies a significant portion of the program. Poster sessions and thematic working groups are planned as well. This set up will provide a maximum exposure to contributed results and allow participants to meet and exchange ideas.
Plenary lectures will be provided by leading scientists and professionals chosen by the scientific committee, and speakers contributions will be selected to acknowledge significant recent progress.