September 9–11, 2019, Vienna, Austria

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Sunday, Sept. 8th


WSPhilip Wenig (Lablicate GmbH, Germany): Analysis of Chromatographic Fingerprints - Workshop on Openchrom, an Open Source Software for Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry
Welcome Reception
Concert Marc Aurel Quartet
WL Honorary Lecture on the Occasion of the 50th ISEO
Carlo Bicchi (Universitá die Torino, Italy): Essential Oils: Are These Traditional/National Products the "Seed" of a Multitask Future Discipline? A Tribute to Jan Karlsen
Award of the ISEO Medal of Honor

Monday, Sept. 9

Sessions I & II - Industrial Aspects of Essential Oils

Opening Ceremony
PL1 Eva Heuberger (Forum Essenzia, Germany): Essential Oils: From Marketing to Psychopharmacology
OP1 Antonello Paparella (University of Teramo, Italy): Essential Oils Application in Food Environments: A Potential Weapon to Fight Microbial Adhesion
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PL2 Michel Meneuvrier (Société Anonyme des Plantes Aromatiques du Diois - Robertet, France): The Industrial Production of Essential Oils: From Theory to Realtity
IS1 Alastair Hitchen, Wladyslaw S. Brud (IFEAT): Industrial Uses Versus Scientific Research on Essential Oils
OP2 Daniel Joulain (SCBZ Conseil, France): The Sesquiterpene Hydrocarbons of Patchouli and Their Contribution to the Odour of the Essential Oil
OP3 Stephen Johnson (The Aromatic Plant Research Center, USA): Chemistry and Industry Implications of Boswellia occulta, a New Species of Frankincense from Somaliland
lunch break

Session III - Activity of Essential Oils

PL3 Sandy Van Vuuren (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa): Antimicrobial Activities of Essential Oils: Lessons from the Past and Recommendations for the Future
IS2 Nurhayat Tabanca (United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Subtropical Horticulture Research Station (USDA-ARS,SHRS), USA): Tea Tree Essential Oil: A Source of Potential New Attractants for Mediterranean Fruit Fly
OP4 ZhiZhi Du (Kunming Institute of Botany, China): Bioassay-guided Investigation of Adenosma bucheroides Essential Oil as Mosquito Repellent against Aedes albopictus
OP5 Isiaka Ogunwande (Lotto College, Nigeria): Chemical Compositions and Larvicidal Activity of Essential Oil from the Leaf and Fruits of Manglietia danyi (Gagnep.) Dandy Growing in Vietnam
OP6 Adam Feyaerts (Katholieke Univeristeit Leuven, Belgium): Essential Oils: A Largely Unexplored Source of Potentially Novel Medicines
Poster Session I (odd numbers)

Tuesday, Sept. 10

Session IV - Essential Oil Chemistry

PL4 Niko Radulovic (University of Nis, Serbia): Essential Oils are a Gold Mine for an Organic/Medical Chemist
OP7 Daniel Strub (Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland): Combinatorial Synthesis of Fragrant Volatiles from Natural Raw Materials - A Sustainable Approach Towards Discovery of New Odorants
OP8 Yoshinori Asakawa (Tokushima Bunri University, Japan): Volatile Components of Several South Ameriacan Liverworts and Their Biological Activity
OP9 Nicolas Lebouvier (University of New Caledonia, New Caledonia): Chemosystematic Significance of Essential Oils Obtained from Characteristic Taxonomic Groups of the New Caledonian Flora
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Session V - Analytical Aspects of Essential Oils

PL5 Ivana Bonaccorsi (University of Messina, Italy): Carbon Isotope Ratios of Volatiles as a Powerful Parameter for Genuineness Assessment of Essential Oils
OP10 Angieszka Ludwiczuk (Medical University of Lublin, Poland): Essential Oils of Marchantia polymorpha L. from Serbian Populations
OP11 Elena Stashenko (Universidad Industrial de Santander, Columbia): Comprehensive Study of Volatile Secondary Metabolites from Verbenaceae Plants Grown in Colombia
YS1 Leila Gimenes (Agronomic Institute of Campinas, Brasil): Chemical Composition of Essential Oils from Lippia alba Genotypes Analyzed by GC-MS and Flow-Modulated Comprehensive Two Dimensional Gas Chromatography
lunch break

Session VI - Young Scientists: The Future of Essential Oil Research

YS2 Francesca Capetti (University of Turin, Italy): In Vitro Permeation Kinetics, Skin Layers Distribution and Emission in the Surrounding Environment of Biologically Active Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea Tree) Essential Oil Components from Topic Formulations
YS3 Ebadi Mohammad (Tarbiat Modares University, Iran): Packaging Methods and Storage Duration Affect Essential Oil Content and Composition of Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis L.
YS4 Stefanie De Rapper (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa): Therapeutic Blending: The Use of Essential Oils in Combination Against Pathogens of the Respiratory Tract
YS5 Dilek Türkmen (Hatay Mustafa Kemal University, Turkey): Volatile Compounds of Some Raw Pistachio Nut Varieties with Solid Phase Micro-Extraction Technique
YS6 Francesca Maggio (University of Teramo, Italy): Sub-Lethal Concentrations of Origanum vulgare Essential Oil Exert Inhibitory Activity on Listeria Monocytogenes Strains in Different Environmental Conditions
PD Alain Chaintreau, Daniel Joulain, Carlo Bicchi (Flavour & Fragrance Journal): The Survival of Essential Oils Calls for a Revolution!
Poster Session II (even numbers)
Symposium Dinner

Wednesday, Sept. 11

Session VII - Essential Oils in Animal Health and Welfare

PL6 Johanna Fink-Gremmels (University of Utrecht, The Netherlands): Essential Oils in Veterinary Medicine and Animal Nutrition
OP12 Klaus Teichman (BIOMIN Research Center, Austria): Impact of a Phytogenic Feed Additive on Inflammation Markers and Microbiota Composition of Weaned Piglets as Assessed by NGS
YS7 Carmen Sinche (University of Sao Paolo, Brasil): Effect of a Microencapsulated Citrus Essential Oil on In-Vitro Fermentation Kinetics of Pig Gut Microbiota
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Session VIII - Essential Oils in Plant Biology

PL7 Massimo Maffei (University of Torino, Italy): Plant Volatiles: The Language of Plants
OP13 Marie-Laure Fauconnier (Laboratory of Chemistry of Natural Molecules, Belgium): Molecular Biophysics: A Novel Integrative Approach to Investigate Bioherbicide Mode of Action of Essential Oils
Closing Ceremony
Half-Day Excursion
Biomin Research Laboratories, Tulln
Birds of prey show at Castle Kreuzenstein

Key of Abbreviations
ISInvited Speaker
OPOral Presentation
PDPodium Discussion
PLPlenary Lecture
WLWelcome Lecture
YSYoung Scientist Presentation





ISEO Medal of Honour