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ICFM WORKSHOPS AND OUTREACH PROGRAMS

ICFM 2019 WORKSHOP

The 2019  ICFM Workshop on “Food- and Airborne Fungi – Challenges for Food Safety and Supply” will be held in the cozy surroundings of Freising, a traditional Bavarian city in Germany.

Date: June 03 - 05, 2019.

Venue: Pallotti Haus Freising, Freising, Germany

The registration fee of € 550,- will include single room accommodation for three nights at the venue (check in
June 2, check out June 5, 2019), breakfast, lunch, dinner and 2 coffee breaks per day as well as conference
materials and a conference dinner.

The meeting is open to participants from academia and industries. Current research will be presented as oral or poster presentations.

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iums/ICFM/icfmh 2017 yogyakarta outreach program

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The Faculty of Agricultural Technology Universitas Gadjah Mada Yogyakarta Indonesia (FTP-UGM) organized the IUMS outreach programme on Advances on Food Safety and and Mycotoxins in collaboration with the Indonesian Society of Microbiology. The programme was sponsored by the International Commission on Food Mycology (ICFM) and the International Committee on Food Microbiology and Hygiene (ICFMH). Several international experts on food microbiology and food mycology presented lectures on various topics on the microbiology of food safety. This program took place on 19-20 January at the Faculty of Agricultural Technology UGM.  For more information about all the outreach programs go to https://www.iums.org/index.php/iums-outreach-programme.

iCFM 2016 WORKSHOP

The last ICFM workshop was held in Freising - Germany in 13-15 June 2016. 

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The ICFM workshop was held for the third time in Freising, which is well known for its rich ecclesiastic history and for its importance as a centre of food science and technology as well as beer brewing. The Freising Cathedral (built 1205) it is one of the two home churches to the archbishop of Munich and Freising, one of which was Cardinal Josef Ratzinger, who was elected pope Benedikt XVI in 2005. The workshop took place at “Kardinal Döpfner Haus”, a venue within the premises of the cathedral with lecture rooms and accommodation for participants. The meeting was open to participants from academia and industries. Current research will be presented as oral or poster presentation. For more information go to https://www.foodmycology.org/meetings.