Program

Venue: Prodi Lecture Hall

Welcoming coffee and snacks.

Welcomes by hosts, organizers and sponsors.

Robert M. Quinn (conference chair) and Giovanni Dinelli (Chair of the Scientific Committee); invited dignataries introduced; opening conference address by Robert M. Quinn.

Co-Chairs: Calvin Qualset and Igor Loskutov

  • 10:45 - Keynote speaker: Salvatore Ceccarelli (Rete Semi Rurali, Italy)
    Landraces: their importance, conservation and evolution.
  • 11:15 - Calvin Qualset (University of California, USA)
    Wheat landrace improvement for conservation and use
  • 11:35 - Alexey Morgounov (CIMMYT, Turkey)
    Preservation of on-farm diversity of currently grown wheat landraces in Central and West Asia
  • 11:55 - Elif Başak Aksoy (Hacettepe University, Turkey)
    Role of women in maintaining on-farm wheat landraces diversity
  • 12:15 - Aigul Abugaliyeva (Kazakh Scientific Research Institute of Agriculture and Plant Growing, Kazakhstan)
    Interspecific and intergeneric wheat hybrids
  • 12:35 - Einav Mayzlish-Gati (Volcani Center, Israel)
    Restoration Conservation and Characterization of Lost Genetic Diversity of Wheat Landraces from Israel and Palestine
  • 12:55 - Marine Mosulishvili (Ilia State University, Georgia)
    The ancient, traditional Georgian wheat species and varieties: diversity, conservation and taxa of special interest
  • 13:15 - Summary of Wheat session

Co-Chairs: Robert M. Quinn and Giovanni Dinelli

  • 14:30 - Keynote speaker: Martin Wolfe (Coventry University, UK)
  • 15:00 - Giovanni Dinelli (University of Bologna, Italy)
    Three years of KAMUT® khorasan production: influence of environment in a large scale experimental trial
  • 15:20 - Bruce D Pearce (Organic Research Centre, UK)
    A modern landrace: the creation and performance of composite cross populations of winter wheat
  • 15:40 - Rajiv Sharma (CIMMYT, Afghanistan)
    Afghan wheat landraces: self-sustaining food system of rural populace
  • 16:00 - Joos Latré (University College of Ghent, Belgium)
    Comparative study of einkorn, emmer, khorasan and modern wheat: agronomic performance
  • 16:20 - Summary of Production session

Chair: Santina Romani

  • 17:10 - Lori Daelemans (University College of Ghent, Belgium)
    Functional properties and breadmaking quality of ancient wheats cultivated in Belgium and the Netherlands
  • 17:30 - Marco Spaggiari (University of Parma, Italy)
    Lactic acid fermentation of Triticum turgidum subsp. turanicum bran as means of nutritional improvement
  • 17:50 - Summary of Processing session
  • 18:00 - Poster visit
  • 18:30 - End of first day

Venue: Prodi Lecture Hall

Co-Chairs: Francesco Sofi and Enzo Spisni

  • 09:00 - Keynote Speaker: Francesco Sofi (University of Florence, Italy)
    Ancient wheat species and human health: biochemical and clinical implications
  • 09:30 - Enzo Spisni (University of Bologna, Italy)
    KAMUT® khorasan wheat and sport activities: a cross over dietary intervention study
  • 09:50 - Andrea Gianotti (University of Bologna)
    Gut microbiota-mediated healthy effects of ancient grain diet: from expectations to knowledge
  • 10:10 - Dai Suter (e3Spelt Co., Australia)
    Development of spelt wheat products with low FODMAP content and low allergenicity
  • 10:30 - Monica Dinu (University of Florence)
    KAMUT® khorasan products' consumption and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD): a randomized, double-blind trial
  • 11:20 - Francesca Danesi (University of Bologna)
    To unravel the gap among ancient, heritage, and modern grains. An in vitro comparative study in human cultured cells
  • 11:40 - Carmen Gianfrani (Institute of Protein Biochemistry-CNR Naples, Italy)
    The ancient wheat Triticum monococcum has a reduced immunotoxicity: implication for celiac disease prevention
  • 12:00 - Francesca Truzzi (University of Bologna)
    Phenolic acids of modern and ancient grains: effects on intestinal in vitro cell models
  • 12:20 - Frank Van Boxstael (University College of Ghent, Belgium)
    Comparative study of the nutritional value of einkorn, emmer, khorasan and modern wheat: value of the grains and application in bread
  • 12:40 - Summary of the Nutritional and Medical Considerations session

Co-chairs: Robert M. Quinn and Giovanni Dinelli

  1. Discussion of the formation of an association to continue the work of the conference
  2. Mission Statements
  1. Discussion of the defining terms
  2. Announcements of Poster Board Winners

Venue: Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences

* Morning sessions will be held at the Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences. The farm visit will be at the farm “Podere Santa Croce" (Argelato, BO). Busses will be provided to take delegates to the Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences from the center of the city and then to the farm and back to the city center after the banquet.

Co-chairs: Giovanni Dinelli and Bruce D Pearce

  • 09:30 - Keynote Speaker: Kimberley Bell (Small Food Bakery, UK)
  • 10:00 - Peter Kunz (Getreidezüchtung Peter Kunz, Switzerland)
    Financial participation of the supply chain actors in plant breeding
  • 10:20 - Henry Randall Blair (GrowNYC's Greenmarket Regional Grains Project, USA)
    Bridging crop diversity and market development in the Northeast grain renaissance
  • 10:40 - Lee-Ann Hill (Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance, USA)
    Rocky Mountain Heritage Grain Trials. Utilizing Citizen Science to Establish Local Grain Economies
  • 11:00 - Summary of Economic and Market Perspective Session
  • 11:40 - Invited Dignitaries
  • 11:40 - 13.30 - Awards and Conclusions
    Poster Board Winners Presentation
    Conference Summary - Close of Conference and Special Thanks

Led by Giovanni Dinelli

The farm visit will be at the farm “Podere Santa Croce" (Argelato, BO).

Led by Robert M. Quinn

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