September 9–11, 2019, Vienna, Austria

Speakers (in alphabetical order)

Carlo Bicchi, Universitá die Torino, Italy: Essential Oils: are These Traditional/National Products the "Seed" of a Multitask Future Discipline?
Alain Chaintreau, Daniel Joulain & Carlo Bicchi, Flavour and Fragrance Journal: The Survival of Essential Oils Calls for a Revolution!
Ivana Bonaccorsi, Università di Messina, Italy: Carbon Isotope Ratios of Volatiles as a Powerful Parameter for Genuineness Assessment of Essential Oils
Johanna Fink-Gremmels, Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands: Essential Oils in Veterinary Medicine and Animal Nutrition
Eva Heuberger, Forum Essenzia, Germany: Essential Oils: From Marketing to Psychopharmacology
Alastair Hitchen, Wladyslaw S. Brud, IFEAT: Industrial Uses Versus Scientific Research on Essential Oils
Andreas Klingberg, Hamburg, Germany: Analysis of Chromatographic Fingerprints - Workshop on Openchrom, an Open Source Software for Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry
Massimo Maffei, Universitá di Torino, Italy: Plant Volatiles: The Language of Plants
Michel Meneuvrier, Société Anonyme des Plantes Aromatiques du Diois (SAPAD) - Robertet, France: The Industrial Production of Essential Oils: From Theory to Realtity
Niko Radulović, Univerity of Niš, Serbia: Essential Oils are a Gold Mine for an Organic/Medicinal Chemist
Nurhayat Tabanca, USDA-ARS, Florida, USA: Tea Tree Essential Oil: A Source of Potential New Attractants for Mediterranean Fruit Fly
Sandy Van Vuuren, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa: Antimicrobial Activities of Essential Oils: Lessons from the Past and Recommendations for the Future

Time Schedule

Sunday, Sept 8 14 registration opens
15-18 workshop
18-20 welcome reception
20 welcome lecture
Monday, Sept 9 whole day scientific program
Tuesday, Sept 10 whole day scientific program
evening symposium dinner
Wednesday, Sept 11 morning scientific program
afternoon excursion