The Invitation

It is our privilege and pleasure to invite you and your colleagues to attend
The International Summer School
FOOD SAFETY AND HEALTHY LIVING
which will be held in Brasov, Romania, during September 5-8, 2022.


The summer school will bring together Romanian and foreign universities and leading representatives from international and national scientific research, as well as scientific and professional organizations.

The priority of this summer school is the education of undergraduate and postgraduate students (master and PhD) using pedagogical strategies for teaching/learning/evaluation in the field of food safety in order to have a healthy living.

Didactical materials and teaching methodologies will be usefully also for educational staff or learners, increasing the cooperation between institutions/organizations.

The Aims and Objectives

The priority of this summer school is the education of undergraduate and postgraduate students (master and PhD) using pedagogical strategies for teaching/learning/evaluation in the field of food safety in order to have a healthy living.

Other focuses of the summer school will be

  • To promote (tele)monitoring using classic and modern methods as demand for lifelong learning initiatives for the fields of life sciences, teaching undergraduate/master/PhD students from partner institutions
  • To organise a Summer School in 2022 in Romania (and in other partner universities in the following years), involving students and teachers from partner institutions
  • To identify ways to have joint theses and PhD coordination between the partner institutions
  • To have contribution to the dissemination of the products and activities, using all the ways involving also other interested academic or non-academic media

Didactical materials and teaching methodologies will be usefully also for educational staff or learners, increasing the cooperation between institutions/organizations.

Partners

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Topics

  • Foods for thought-Foods against Burnout syndrom
  • Ways to improve attitudes towards obesity in teenagers
  • Recent advances in the detection of antioxidant potential of fruits and vegetables
  • Pesticides in Food: Sources, fate, health impact
  • Advanced materials for chemically modified electrodes applied to heavy metals detection in drinking water samples
  • Sampling of fish for diagnostic purposes
  • Apiculture - key for sustainable food system
  • Methods for sensory evaluation of foods
  • Electroanalysis of lipophilic vitamins
  • Electrochemical analysis of food additives
  • Extraction and characterization of bioactive substances from natural sources
  • Basics of Sensory Processing: smelling and tasting
  • Polyphenols in Human Evolution
  • Polyphenols and health benefits
  • Heavy metals in Lombardy waters: BigData approach for monitoring water pollution and impact on health
  • DNAzymes and Nanozymes in Food Contaminants Analysis
  • Cardiovascular protective diet - pros and cons
  • Garlic - when food becomes medicine
  • Nutritional status in Crohn disease
  • Oxidative stress benefits on human health
  • Optimization of electrochemical sensors for detection of biological metabolites
  • Safety food and mental health
  • Saccharina latissima seaweed, new food ingredient
  • Hygienic design for food safety
  • Medicinal plant identification by UV-VIS spectroscopy coupled with cluster analysis
  • Characterisation of mouse Retinal Ganglion Cells expressing a potential insulin effector