Programme  Titles  Presenters  Topics 
Sunday, 11 October 2015
17:00-19:00  Registration
Barton Hall
17:30-19:00  Poster Session with drinks
Barton Hall
 
Monday, 12 October 2015
07:00-08:30  Registration
Barton Hall
08:30-09:00  Welcome Address
Bailey Hall
09:00-10:00  Plenary Session 1
Bailey Hall
10:00-10:45  Refreshment Break & Poster Viewing
Barton Hall
10:45-12:15  Plenary Session 2
Bailey Hall
12:15-13:30  Lunch & Poster Viewing
Barton Hall
13:30-15:00  Foundation Daniel et Nina Carasso Sponsored Symposium, “Sustainable Food Systems: From Consumption to Production”
Bailey Hall
15:00-15:45  Refreshment Break & Poster Viewing
Barton Hall
15:45-17:30  Foundation Daniel et Nina Carasso Sponsored Symposium, “Sustainable Food Systems: From Consumption to Production”
Bailey Hall
17:30-18:10  Carasso Laureate Ceremony
Bailey Hall
18:10-18:30  Piano concert
Bailey Hall
18:30-20:00  Welcome Drinks Reception & Poster Session continued
Barton Hall
 
Tuesday, 13 October 2015
08:30-09:50  Theme 1: Food price spikes: causes and consequences
Carrier Ballroom – Statler Hotel
  Theme 3: Sustainable Intensification: National/macro level studies
Auditorium – Statler Hotel
  Theme 8: Historical relationship between climate change effects and production
Yale/Princeton – Statler Hotel
  Theme 7: Understanding and reducing food losses in the early stages of the supply chain
Taylor A&B – Statler Hotel
  Theme 9: Food assistance
Classroom #196 – Statler Hall
  Theme 4: Anticipating changing demand for food in rapid urbanisation contexts
Classroom #198 – Statler Hall
  Theme 11: Health and Nutritional consequences of Environmental Change
Classroom #396 – Statler Hall
  Theme 5: Water use and natural resources
Classroom #398 – Statler Hall
  Theme 6: Biotechnology and Food Security
Classroom #265 – Statler Hall
09:50-10:10  Q&A from submitted papers
10:10-10:55  Refreshment Break & Poster Viewing
Barton Hall
10:55-12:15  Theme 1: Measuring food security
Carrier Ballroom – Statler Hotel
  Theme 3: Sustainable intensification - improving crop-soil systems
Auditorium – Statler Hotel
  Theme 8: Projections of climate change impacts on future production
Yale/Princeton – Statler Hotel
  Theme 7: Food waste: Agricultural surplus, urban food systems, retail sector and consumer behavior
Taylor A&B – Statler Hotel
  Theme 9: Food/nut security
Classroom #196 – Statler Hall
  Theme 6: Technologies for sustainability at different spatial and temporal scales
Classroom #198 – Statler Hall
  Theme 11: Nutrition Outcomes of Crop and Diet Diversity
Classroom #396 – Statler Hall
  Theme 5: Deforestation and land use change
Classroom #398 – Statler Hall
  Theme 2: Food system governance: Institutional innovation
Classroom #265 – Statler Hall
12:15-12:30  Q&A from submitted papers
12:30-13:45  Lunch & Poster Viewing
Barton Hall
13:45-15:15  Plenary Session 3
Bailey Hall
15:15-16:00  Refreshment Break & Poster Viewing
Barton Hall
16:00-17:30  Café 1 Reaching Out: How to communicate about food security
Carrier Ballroom – Statler Hotel
  Café 2 How small is beautiful?
Auditorium – Statler Hotel
  Café 3 Can social innovation reduce food loss and waste?
Yale/Princeton – Statler Hotel
  Café 4 Is there a role for genetic engineering in ensuring a food secure world by 2050?
Taylor A&B – Statler Hotel
  Café 5 The sharp divide: Do we, or do we not, need animals to feed this world safely, well, sustainably, equitably and humanely?
Warren 401 - Warren Hall
  Café 6 The do-gooders downside: Does saving forests promote food insecurity
Classroom #198 – Statler Hall
  Café 7 The Locavores illusion: Does spatially biased food sourcing in the developed world miss the point?
Classroom #396 – Statler Hall
  Café 8 Feeding fish to pigs or people: What role for reduction fisheries in achieving food security
Classroom #398 – Statler Hall
  Café 9 Large scale land acquisitions, governance and global food security
Classroom #265 – Statler Hall
  Café 10 The sustainable development goals and their implications for global food security
Warren B25 – Warren Hall
  Café 11 Can the choice environment create a healthy consumer?
Warren 151 – Warren Hall
18:15-21:00  Offsite dinner
Ithaca Farmers Market
 
Wednesday, 14 October 2015
08:30-09:55  Workshop Café Briefbacks
Statler Auditorium
09:55-10:45  Refreshment Break & Poster Viewing
Barton Hall
10:45-12:05  Theme 1: Measuring agricultural productivity from space (and the ground)
Carrier Ballroom – Statler Hotel
  Theme 3: Sustainable intensification - alternative production systems and methods
Statler Ampitheater
  Theme 8: Projections of climate change impacts on future production
Yale/Princeton – Statler Hotel
  Theme 11: Nutrition Sensitive Agriculture and Food Systems
Taylor A&B – Statler Hotel
  Theme 1: Global assessments and drivers, and local food security effects
G10 - Biotechnology Building
  Theme 6: Technologies to improve and target production
Room 423 – ILR Conference Center (King-Shaw Hall)
  Theme 3: Sustainable Intensification: Yield gap analysis
Warren 401 – Warren Hall
  Theme 5: Intensification and the Environment
Warren B50 – Warren Hall
  Theme 2: Role of smallholder farmers
Warren B51 – Warren Hall
12:05-12:20  Q&A from submitted papers
12:20-14:00  Lunch & Poster Viewing
Barton Hall
14:00-15:00  Theme 9: Food consumer
Carrier Ballroom – Statler Hotel
  Theme 7: Food loss and waste in the supply chain: Drivers, quantities and solutions
Statler Ampitheater
  Theme 8: Adapting to and managing risks of climate change
Yale/Princeton – Statler Hotel
  Panel: Agriculture and Food Systems in a Transforming World
Taylor A&B – Statler Hotel
  Theme 10: Perspectives on Food Systems
G10 - Biotechnology Building
  Theme 1: Food security in times of stress
Room 423 – ILR Conference Center (King-Shaw Hall)
  Theme 4: Adapting production to respond to urban food demands and improved diet quality
Warren 401 – Warren Hall
  Theme 2: Food system governance: Process
Warren 151 – Warren Hall
  Theme 2: Food security issues in Sub-Saharan Africa
Warren B75 – Warren Hall
15:00-15:15  Q&A from submitted papers
15:15-16:00  Refreshment Break & Poster Viewing
Barton Hall
16:00-17:20  Theme 6: Information and Communications Technologies to improve food security
Carrier Ballroom – Statler Hotel
  Theme 3: Sustainable intensification - livestock/pasture systems
Statler Ampitheater
  Theme 8: Adapting to and managing risks of climate change
Yale/Princeton – Statler Hotel
  Theme 11: Agriculture for Nutrition Outcomes – country experiences
Taylor A&B – Statler Hotel
  Theme 3: Sustainable intensification – macro-micro scale analyses
G10 - Biotechnology Building
  Theme 6: Technology for fish production
Room 423 – ILR Conference Center (King-Shaw Hall)
  Theme 4: Fish as a source of food for growing urban populations
Warren 401 – Warren Hall
  Theme 9: Food/nut security
Warren 175 – Warren Hall
  Theme 1: Climate change, natural resources and food security
Warren 151 – Warren Hall
17:20-17:45  Q&A from submitted papers
17:45-18:30  Junior Researcher Task Force Wrap Up/Briefback
Statler Auditorium
18:30-18:45  Closing by the conference chairs
Statler Auditorium
 
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