Presentations and posters from the last CIPAC Symposium in Rome, Italy, 2017

  • Assessment of insecticidal residues following the use of long lasting insecticidal nets under adverse environmental conditions
    Ramesh Atmakuru International Institute of Biotechnology and Toxicology (IIBAT), India.
  • The Control Regulation (EU) 2017/625 – Consequences for Quality Control Laboratories
    Claudia Vinke, Federal Office of Consumer Protection and Food Safety (BVL), Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Analytical strategies used to develop a multi active ingredients method for CQ of public health pesticides.
    N. Mabon, M. Baes and O. Pigeon, Walloon Agricultural Research Centre (CRA-W), Agriculture and Natural Environment Department, Belgium.
  • A brief idea to handle censored data: recording and reporting
    Nadeem Ahmad Khan, Jai Research Foundation (JRF), India.
  • FAO’s work on Highly Hazardous Pesticides (HHPs)
    Francesca Mancini, FAO.
  • Importance of testing at appropriate concentrations
    Peter Kundel, Syngenta, Switzerland.
  • Reginal cooperation in harmonization of pesticide registration
    Francesca Mancini, FAO.
  • Introduction on the FAO registration toolkit
    Gero Vaagt, FAO.
  • Italian laboratory assessment by z-score value in proficiency tests: experience gained through the international proficiency test for plant protection products
    Angela Santilio, P. Stefanelli, C. Pompili.
  • The PAA and toxicological effect concentration dependent
    Jürgen Pauluhn.
  • FAO activities on Farm Field School (FFS)/Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
    Stefano Mondovi, FAO.