Events

25-26.09.2018 

The conference aims to continue discourse between representatives of science, industry and public administration at various levels, and lay the grounds for an international network that will support the development of bioeconomy strategies in Poland and abroad.

The conference is a joined event with 167th EAAE Seminar and Conference on bioeconomy 24-25 September 2018. 

Information about Seminar can be found 167 EAAE Seminar

Day 1  September 24th

11:00-11:20 Welcome participants IUNG director    Wieslaw Oleszek
11:20-11:30 Chair LOC Mariusz Matyka
11:30-11:40 EAAE board representative Katarzyna Zawalińska - EAAE activities for scientific community and agricultural stakeholders
11:40-12:00 Plenary lecture Davide Viaggi
 
12:00-13:30        Bioeconomy overview and sectoral analysis

Bioeconomy and the production of novel food products from agro-industrial wastes and residues under the context of food neophobia, Tsimitri Paraskevi, Michailidis Anastasios, Loizou Efstratios, Mantzouridou Fani, Gkatzionis Konstantinos, School of Agriculture-Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Department of Agricultural Economics, Thessaloniki, Greece
Bioeconomy in Poland at Regional Level: Sectoral Impact Assessment Employing Input-Output Modelling. Efstratios Loizou, Piotr Jurga, Aneta Pieczykolan, Stelios Rozakis, Antoni Faber, Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation State Research Institute, Department of Bioeconomy and Systems Analysis, Puławy, Poland
Quality as value added of bioeconomy- analysis of the EU policies and empirical evidences from polish agriculture. Mariusz Maciejczak, Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW, Faculty of Economic Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
Straw potential for non-agricultural purposes in Lublin province. Katarzyna Żyłowska, Piotr Jurga, Magdalena Borzęcka, Rafał Pudełko, Jerzy Kozyra, Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, State Research Institute, Department of Bioeconomy and Systems Analysis, Puławy, Poland

13:30-15:00 Lunch
15:00-16:00        Methods and tools

Bioeconomy and Agricultural Policy: A bibliographic network analysis approach. Albert Konstantinis, Stelios Rozakis, Aethra Maria, Technical University of Crete (TUC), School of Environmental Engineering, Chania, Greece
Development of miscanthus industry for the bio-based economy: a systematic literature review at the European scale. Nosra Ben Fradj, Magdalena Borzęcka, Karine Dufossé, Mariusz Matyka, Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, State Research Institute, Department of Bioeconomy and Systems Analysis, Pulawy, Poland
Locally Manufactured Small Wind Turbines sustainability in remote areas: A user empowerment perspective. Katerina Troullaki, Stelios Rozakis, Fausto Freire, Kostas Latoufis, Technical University of Crete, Environmental Engineering, Chania, Greece

16:00-17:00        Environmental issues / Consumer preferences

Challenges and opportunities in organic agriculture and policy implications for Romania. Dan-Marius Voicilas, Camelia Gavrilescu, Romanian Academy-Institute of Agricultural Economics, Economics and Rural Development, Bucharest, Romania
Is an environmental tax compatible with consumers’ preferences? Results from an experiment with milk. Maimouna Yokessa, Agroparistech/INRA, Public Economics, Thiverval Grignon, France
Price linkage and transmission in the milk market in Slovakia. Daniela Hupkova, Veronica Mihalova, Ludmila Dobosova, Martina Zaujecova, Nitra University, Department of Economics, Slovakia
Biodiversity of weed flora and earthworms in different crop production systems. Beata Feledyn-Szewczyk, Jarosław Stalenga, Mariusz Matyka, Paweł Radzikowski, Marek Woźniak, Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, State Research Institute, Department of Systems and Economics of Crop Production, Puławy, Poland

17 00-17:30        Bioeconomy and agriculture      poster session

Foliar fertilization in shaping the potato yield in the conditions of South-Eastern Poland. Ali Hulail Noaema, Barbara Sawicka, University of Life Sciences in Lublin      Department of Plant Production Technology and Commodities Science, Lublin, Poland
Inoculation of Bacillus strains and presence of miscanthus degrades of poly(lactic acid) and poly(ethylene terephthalate) in soil. Katarzyna Janczak, Grażyna B. Dąbrowska, Instytut Inżynierii Materiałów Polimerowych i Barwników w Toruniu, Oddział Przetwórstwa Materiałów Polimerowych i Barwników, Toruń, Poland
Nutritional value of Jerusalem artichoke tubers (Helianthus Tuberosus L.) Grown in organic system under Lithuanian and Polish conditions. Barbara Sawicka, Elvyra Jariene, Honorata Danilcenko, Dominika Skiba, University of Life Sciences in Lublin, Department of Plant Production Technology and Commodities Science, Lublin, Poland
The possibilities of growing common grape vine (Vitis Vinifera L.) in the conditions of Beskid Niski area. Barbara Krochmal-Marczak, Barbara Sawicka, Anna Kiełtyka-Dadasiewicz, Bernadetta Bienia, State Higher Vocational School  Stanislaw Pigon name in Krosno, Department of Production and Food Safety, Krosno, Poland
The perception of Poultry Farmers towards Recommended Poultry Farming Practices. Talal Saeed Hameed, College of Agric& Forestry, University of Mosul, Iraq, Agriculture Extension.& Technology Transfer, MOSUL, IRAQ
Biodiversity as a key element of sustainable agriculture. Beata Feledyn-Szewczyk, Adam K. Berbeć, Paweł Wolszczak, Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, State Research Institute, Department of Systems and Economics of Crop Production, Puławy, Poland
An Application of System Theory in Agricultural Research. Andrzej Jarzynowski, free lance consultant, Warszawa, Poland

19:00 Dinner
Day 2  September 25th
9:00 -10:30     Spatial analysis and modelling techniques

Assessment of energy crops potential in Lubelski region of Eastern Poland. Kesheng Shu, Nosra Ben Fradj, Tomasz Żylowski, Rafal Pudelko,  Stelios Rozakis, Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, State Research Institute, Department of Bioeconomy and Systems Analysis, Pulawy, Poland
Spatial pattern of demand for agroforestry supports in Hungary. Csonka Arnold, Tibor Bareith, Veronika Gál, Imre Fertő, Kaposvár University, Dpt. of Finance and Economics, Kaposvár, Hungary
Economical potential of unutilised agricultural area in Poland. Scenario of crop production resumption, the first approximate evaluation (I), Rafał Pudełko, Małgorzata Kozak, Anna Jędrejek, Małgorzata Gałczyńska, Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, State Research Institute, Department of Bioeconomy and Systems Analysis, Puławy, Poland
Biomass production from SRC willow agroforestry systems on low-quality lands for a sustainable bio-economy in Poland. Robert Borek, Malgorzata Kozak, Rafal Pudelko, Stelios Rozakis, Antoni Faber, Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, State Research Institute, Department of Bioeconomy and Systems Analysis, Puławy, Poland

10:30-11:00    coffee break     
11:00-12:30        Sustainable agriculture

Changes in farms` environmental sustainability in Poland – progress or regress? Wioletta Wrzaszcz, Institute of Agricultural and Food Economics - National Research Institute, General Economics Department, Warsaw, Poland
Sustainability Assessment of Farms of eastern Poland with RISE Model, Adam K. Berbeć, Beata Feledyn-Szewczyk, Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, State Research Institute, Department of Systems and Economics of Crop Production, Puławy, Poland
Business opportunities in subcontracting of landscape management activities. Simon Kuehner, Mini Bajaj, Aline Clalüna, Klaus Lenz, SYNCOM Forschungs- und Entwicklungsberatung GmbH, Ganderkesee, Germany
Synergistic effects of agricultural intensification of bio-economic security:  experience of Poland, Ukraine and Azerbaijan. Vasyl D. Zalizko, Kanan H. Salayev, International innovation center, Institute of agrarian economy, Kiev, Ukraine

12:30-13:30        Biogas/biomass supply modelling

Biogas as an element of the bioeconomy in European Union. Agata Witorożec, Mariusz Matyka, Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, State Research Institute, Department of Systems and Economics of Crop Production, Puławy, Poland
Modelling the biogas sector at the regional scale in Poland. Andrea Bartoli, Kesheng Shu, Dimitris Kousparis,  Stelios Rozakis, Antoni Faber, Technical University of Crete, Chania, ENV.ENG Environmental Engineering
A sequential mathematical modelling approach for estimating supply curves for energy crops under different policy scenarios: A Greek case study. Stamatis Mantziaris, Dimitris Kremmydas, Pavlos Karanikolas, Agricultural University of Athens, Agricultural Economics & Rural Development, Athens, Greece

13:30-14:30  Lunch

14:30-16:00       Life Cycle Assessment/Technical Efficiency

LCA perspective for olive trees production integrated with natural grassland. Magdalena Borzęcka, Katarzyna Żyłowska, Giuseppe Russo, Andrea Pisanelli, Fausto Freire, Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, State Research Institute, Department of Bioeconomy and Systems Analysis, Puławy, Poland
Assessment of eco-efficiency of winter wheat cultivation in selected farms in Poland: Life Cycle Assessment and Data Envelopment Analysis. Tomasz Zylowski, S. H. Pishgar-Komleh, Stelios Rozakis, Jerzy Kozyra, Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, State Research Institute, Department of Bioeconomy and Systems Analysis, Puławy, Poland
Environmental Life Cycle Assessment of maize cultivation in Poland: comparison of cultivation practices. Aleksandra Król, Jerzy Kozyra, Jerzy Księżak, Fausto Freire, Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, State Research Institute, Department of Bioeconomy and Systems Analysis, Puławy, Poland
Measuring the Technical Efficiency of Farms Producing Positive Environmental Output: Semiparametric Estimation of Multi-output Stochastic Ray Production Frontiers, Tomasz G. Czekaj, University of Copenhagen, Department of Food and Resource Economics, Frederiksberg C, Denmark



16:00 Closing Chair SC               Stelios Rozakis

BIOECON CONFERENCE : „Visions of bioeconomy and agricultural policies”
16:00-16:30 CAP and the evolution of agriculture in Poland. Zofia Krzyżanowska - Councellor General, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development
16:30- Round table „Visions of bioeconomy and agricultural policies”

Nicholas Kalaitzandonakes, Univ of Missouri, USA, editor AgBioforum

Davide Viaggi, Univ of Bologna, Italy, guest editor „Towards an economics of the bioeconomy” J. Bio-Based and Applied Economics

Paweł Chmieliński, Institute of Agricultural and Food Economics – National Research Institute, Warsaw, Poland, Coordinator - European Rural Development Network (ERDN)

 
18:00 - visit Kazimierz Dolny and dinner-banquet


Wednesday September 26 WORKSHOP ON MONITORING BIOECONOMY GROWTH 
9:00 – 10:00 “Monitoring the Bioeconomy: The EC approach”    Tevecia Ronzon, The Bioeconomy project, EC JRC Sevilla
10:00 – 11:00 „Bioeconomy assessment and compatibility with the ecosystem services” Stefan Bringezu, University of Kassel, Center for Environmental Systems Research


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The conference is supported by BioEcon project
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