University of Rzeszow 20 April 2016

 


 

PHOTOS

 

Scientific researches in food production

 

 

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

The meeting of young researchers from V4 countries allow to exchange scientific experiences as well as the expansion and strengthening of scientific and educational cooperation. Participants of conference can be only from V4 countries. It will be good opportunity to promote V4 group and develop the cooperation between V4 countries on the various research field. For participant from this countries it will be possibility to visit Poland and acquainted with the culture and traditions of Poland. This is the first meeting, which will be continued in the coming years, and every year the organizers will other countries belong to the V4 group.

 

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

  • prof. Ing. Stanislav Kráčmar, DrSc. /Czech Republic/
  • doc. RNDr. Leona Buňková, Ph.D. /Czech Republic/
  • doc. Ing. František Buňka, Ph.D. /Czech Republic/
  • doc. RNDr. Iva Burešová, Ph.D. /Czech Republic/
  • prof. Ing Miroslava Kačániová, PhD. /Slovak Republic/
  • prof. Ján Tomáš, CSc. /Slovak Republic/
  • Doc. Ing Helena Frančáková, CSc. /Slovak Republic/
  • doc. Ing Adriana Kolesárová, PhD. /Slovak Republic/
  • Prof. Dr. Béla Kovács /Hungary/
  • Dr. Erzsébet Karaffa /Hungary/
  • Dr. Péter Sipos /Hungary/
  • Dr Ferenc Peles /Hungary/
  • Associate Professor Małgorzata Dżugan, PhD. /Poland/
  • Associate Professor Agata Znamirowska, PhD. /Poland/
  • Associate Professor Zbigniew Czerniakowski, PhD. /Poland/
  • Associate Professor Czesław Puchalski, PhD. /Poland/

 

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

  • Maciej Kluz, PhD. – Head
  • Monika Wesołowska MSc., Małgorzata Pawlos MSc., Katarzyna Szajnar MSc., Rafał Kordiaka MSc., Paweł Hanus.

 

INFORMATION

Conference sessions:

  • English and national languages of the participants
  • Presentation must be prepare in English, Power Point 2003
  • Lecturers can use data-projector
  • Time for one oral presentation is 10 minutes
  • Posters in English, obligatory size. 120 cm x 80 cm
  • One participant could prepare: 1 x oral presentation and 1 x poster

Editorial requirements: Abstract

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IMPORTANT DATES

  • Registration: before 13.03.2016
  • Conference fee: before 20.03.2016
  • Scientific abstract: before 20.03.2016 (send abstract to email: 1stConferenceV4@gmail.com)

 

CONFERENCE FEE

 

1st Meeting of Young Researches from V4 Countries:

30 EURO / 130 PLN (registration, conference materials, coffee breaks, audio-visual devices, 1 x lunch, book of abstracts – online)

You can also join a Human-Nutrition-Environment Conference. For more informations www.human-nutrition-environment.edu.pl

 

Account details:
University of Rzeszow,
al. Rejtana 16 c, 35-959 Rzeszow, Poland
Bank PBS Rzeszów ; SWIFT: POLUPL PR
PL 48 8642 1126 2012 1119 9353 0001
with a note: V4.Surname.Name

 

PROGRAM

19.04.2016 (Tuesday)

17.00 – 20.00

Registration – building D9- ground floor, Zelwerowicza 4 Str., Rzeszow

 

20.04.2016 (Wednesday)

7.30 – 9.00

Registration – building D9- ground floor, Zelwerowicza 4 Str., Rzeszow

Chairpersons: Maciej Kluz PhD., Monika Wesołowska MSc.

9.00-9.30

Opening Ceremony

Dr hab. inż. prof UR Czesław Puchalski, Vice – Rector, University of Rzeszow

Prof. Ján Tomáš, CSc., Slovak University of Agriculture

doc. Ing. František Buňka PhD., Tomas Bata University in Zlin

Prof. Dr. Béla Kovács, University of Debrecen

9.30-10.00

Plenary lecture: prof. Bela Kovacs /Debrecen/

POSSIBLE RESEARCH ACTIVITIES IN OUR INSTITUTES (PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE)

10.00-10.30

Plenary lecture: prof. Adriana Kolesarova /Slovakia/

APRICOT KERNELS – CONTROVERSY IN THE HEALTH COMMUNITY

10.30 – 11.00

Coffe break

Chairpersons: Patrycja Sowa MSc., Rafał Kordiaka MSc.

11.00-13.00

Session I

1. Wesołowska Monika FRUIT SNACK BARS PRODUCTION

2. Krajčovič Tomáš CHANGES IN THE TECHNOLOGICAL QUALITY OF MALTING BARLEY GRAIN STORED FOR SEVERAL MONTHS

3. Tokár Marián TECHNOLOGICAL QUALITY OF WHEAT BREAD WITH ADDITION OF RED LENTIL FLOUR

4. Zupka Stanislav SAFETY OF WILD BERRIES FROM UPPER ORAVA IN RELATION TO CADMIUM

5. Várallyay Szilvia EFFECT OF DIFFERENT ARSENIC TREATMENTS ON THE UPTAKE OF Ca, K, S, P AND Mg BY MAIZE SEEDLINGS GROWN ON NUTRIENT

6. Csótó András SURVEY AND EXAMINATION OF GTD-S AND ISOLATION OF PATHOGENS IN THE GRAPEVINE VARIETY COLLECTION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF DEBRECEN

7. Kovacs Csilla GRAPEVINE TRUNK DISEASES RESEARCH IN HUNGARY DURING 2013-2015

8. Soós Áron EVALUATION OF SAMPLE PREPARATION TECHNIQUES FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF HONEY BY ICP-MS

9. Papp Bendek HIGH CELL DENSITY CULTIVATION OF THE CHEMOLITHOAUTOTROPHIC BACTERIUM NITROSOMONAS EUROPAEA IN A DIALYSIS MEMBRANE REACTOR

10. Katarzyna Żyłka SELECTED HEALTH BEHAVIORS AND BODY MASS IN SCHOOLCHILDREN

13.00-14.30

Lunch – Hall (a front of Faculty, Robotnicza 15 Str., Rzeszow)

Chairpersons: Iwona Kata MSc., Katarzyna Szajnar MSc.

14.30-16.00

Session II

1. Czernicka Maria EVALUATION OF NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF WHEY PROTEIN CONCENTRATES USE AS SPORTS NUTRITION

2. Kruczek Marek EFFECT OF THE ADDITION OF WHEAT BRAN STREAM WITH GUAR GUM ON DOUGH RHEOLOGY AND BREAD QUALITY

3. Lachowicz Sabina INFLUENCE OF HARVEST TIME ON THE CONTENT OF POLYPHENOLIC COMPOUNDS AND ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF CHOKEBERRY JUICE

4. Bachanek Ilona MICROENCAPSULATED SOY ISOFLAVONES EXTRACT WITH INULINAS A CORE MATERIAL INCREASE THEIR BIOAVAILABILITY IN RATS’ SMALL INTESTINE

5. Mańko Diana ACTIVATED CARBONS IN FOOD PRODUCTION

6. Rokicka Paulina THE INFLUENCE OF VISIBLE LIGHT ACTIVATED NITROGEN DOPED TITANIUM DIOXIDE ON GROWTH AND ENZYMATIC ACTIVITY OF PENICLILLIUM SP FUNGI

7. Gos Magdalena APPLICATION OF THERMOGRAPHY FOR TESTING  THE RESISTANCE OF TOBACCO (NICOTIANA TABACUM L.) PLANTS TO THE TOBACCO MOSAIC VIRUS (TMV)

8. Siedliska Anna NONDESTRUCTIVE MEASUREMENT OF SOLUBLE SOLID CONTENT OF FRUIT BASED ON HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGING TECHNIQUE

9. Marczewska Patrycja THE METHODS OF COUNTERFEIT PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS DETECTION

16.00 – 17.30

Poster Session / Coffee Break

18.00 – 18.30

Closing Ceremony

19.00 – 22.00

Get – together party – Hall (a front of Faculty, Robotnicza 15 Str., Rzeszow)

 

V4 poster presentations

  1. Diana Mańko THE IMPACT OF CHOSEN BIOSURFACTANT ON THE STABILITY OF THE FOOD EMULSIONS
  2. Ilona Sadok DETERMINATION OF CAFFEINE IN DIFFERENT BEVERAGES USING STRIPPING VOLTAMMETRIC METHOD
  3. Csilla Kovacs CHANGES OF QUALITY PARAMETERS AND DECAYING FUNGAL COMMUNITY FOLLOWING MODIFIED ATMOSPHERE PACKAGING OF PRUNUS CERASUS FRUITS
  4. Katarzyna Domańska THE NOVEL VOLTAMMETRIC PROCEDURE FOR DETERMINATION OF URSOLIC AND OLEANOLIC ACIDS IN PLANT EXTRACTS USING THE GLASSY CARBON ELECTRODE
  5. Diana Rymuszka TWO LAYER VESICLES USED IN FOOD INDUSTRY
  6. Diana Rymuszka INFLUENCE OF ELECTROLITE ON LIPOSOMES STABILITY
  7. Marek Kruczek MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF LOW-FAT EMULSIONS
  8. Anna Taraba SPECTROSCOPIC METHODS IN ANALYSIS OF NON-IONIC SURFACTANT AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS USED IN FOOD PRODUCTION
  9. Anna Taraba INFLUENCE OF THE TEMPERATURE ON THE INTERACTIONS IN THE QUERCETIN-ALCOHOL-WATER SYSTEMS
  10. Ferenc Peles MICROBIOLOGICAL QUALITY OF RAW MILK SAMPLES DERIVED FROM RAW MILK VENDING MACHINES
  11. István Fekete STUDY OF ELEMENT UPTAKE CHARACTERISTICS OF DIFFERENT GRAPE ROOTSTOCK CULTIVARS IN THE CASE OF ‘CSERSZEGI FŰSZERES’ SCION CULTIVAR IN 2011-2013
  12. Katarína Zbyňovská CONTENT OF IMMUNOGLOBULINS IN RABBIT BLOOD AFTER TREATMENT WITH EPICATECHIN
  13. Kinga Czajkowska EFFECT OF THE ADDITION OF CHOKEBERRY JUICE CONCENTRATION ON THE KINETICS OF OSMOTIC DEHYDRATION OF APPLE TISSUE
  14. Joanna Cichowska EFFECT OF ULTRASOUND-ASSISTEDOSMOTIC DEHYDRATION IN SUCROSE SOLUTION ON STORAGE OF DRIED APPLE
  15. Attila Kántor CHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF DIFFERENT WINE SAMPLES
  16. Magdalena Szaniawska ANALYSIS OF SURFACTANT AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS USED IN FOOD PRODUCTION BY SPECTROPHOTOMETRY
  17. Sabina Lachowicz THE CONTENTS OF BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS OF VIBURNUM OPULUS
  18. Sabina Lachowicz VARIETY-SPECIFIC CONTENTS OF ANTIOXIDANT CAPACITY IN CULTIVARS OF LARGE CRANBERRY
  19. Celina Habryka CHANGING THE PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF HONEY ENRICHED WITH BEE BREAD
  20. Lucie Masaříková THE EFFECT OF DEEP FREEZING ON LOAF SPECIFIC VOLUME OF BUCKWHEAT BREAD
  21. Béla Kovács EFFECT OF MOLYBDENUM TREATMENT ON THE ELEMENT CONTENT OF MAIZE AND GREEN PEA IN A LONG-TERM FIELD EXPERIMENT
  22. Tomáš Jambor THE EFFECT OF 4-NONYLPHENOL ON HCG STIMULATED LEYDIG CELL VIABILITY IN VITRO
  23. Lenka Trembecká EFFECT OF DIETARY SUPPLEMENTATION WITH BEE POLLEN AND PROPOLIS ON PH VALUE AS QUALITY INDICATOR OF CHICKEN MEAT
  24. Tomáš Fekete DESIGNING AND IN SILICO VALIDATION OF QPCR ASSAY FOR TURKEY MEAT AUTHENTICATION
  25. Marek Halenar THE POSSIBLE IMPACT OF TERMINALIA BELLIRICA EXTRACT ON THE SECRETORY ACTIVITY AND PROLIFERATIVE MARKERS IN PORCINE OVARIAN GRANULOSA CELLS IN VITRO
  26. Roman Maślanka AUTOFLUORESCENCE IN BIOLOGICAL SAMPLES AND ITS INFLUENCE ON OBTAINED RESULTS
  27. Dorota Kalicka MICROBIOLOGICAL AND PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF WOLOSKI, A TRADITIONAL RAW MILK CHEESE FROM PODKARPACKIE REGION
  28. Alicja Zachara CONTENT OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS (PAHs) IN FATTY FISHES
  29. Peter Sipos EXAMINATION OF THE ANTIOXIDANT CONTENTS OF BERRY FRUITS
  30. Małgorzata Pawlos QUALITY OF KEFIR PRODUCED FROM MILK OBTAINED FROM GOATS IN DIFFERENT STAGES OF LACTATION
  31. Marcin Bajcar TURNING FOOD WASTE INTO ENERGY
  32. Beata Szopa SELECTIVITY OF THE MAGNETIC FIELD STIMULATION APPLIED TO GROWING APPLE FRUITS
  33. Izabela Biskup ANTIOXIDANT PROPERTIES OF SELECTED BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS PRESENT IN APPLES AND APPLE BASED PRODUCTS
  34. Eva Tvrdá THE IMPACT OF FERROUS IRON ON THE BEHAVIOR OF ANTIOXIDANT ENZYMES IN BOVINE SPERMATOZOA
  35. Magdalena Biesiadecka MAXIMAL GROWTH RATE, DETERMINATION OF METHABOLIC STRATEGY OF YEAST
  36. Dominik Domagała THE EFFECT OF TRANS10,CIS12-CLA ON GENE EXPRESSION RELATED TO APOPTOSIS AND CELL CYCLE IN HUMAN MELANOMA WM793 CELL LINE
  37. Kinga Dziadek BASIC CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS CONTENT IN SELECTED SPECIES OF SAGE (SALVIA L.)
  38. Katarina Michalcova INFLUENCE OF APRICOT KERNELS ON BLOOD PLASMA LEVELS OF SELECTED STEROID HORMONES IN FEMALE RABBITS IN VIVO
  39. Ewelina Kukiełka THE EFFECT OF MAGNESIUM IONS ON THE BIOAVAILABILITY OF FAT AND WEIGHT GAIN IN EXPERIMENTAL ANIMALS
  40. Jarosław Oczkowicz RESVERATROL COMBINED WITH CLA INCREASES EXPRESSION OF ACOX2 AND ACSL1 GENES IN 3T3-L1 MOUSE FIBROBLAST CELLS
  41. Owsiak Alina ACETIC ACID INFLUENCE ON SELECTED PARAMETERS OXIDATIVE STRESS IN CHRONOLOGICAL AGING SACCHAROMYCES CEREVISIAE
  42. Maja Rejek TITANIUM DIOXIDE PHOTOCATALYSIS AS A METHOD TO REMOVE SERTRALINE FROM WATER
  43. Maja Rejek PHOTOCATALYTIC DECOMPOSITION OF SERTRALINE IN WATER USING DIFFERENT PROCESS CONFIGURATIONS
  44. Kinga Czyrka THE ANTIOXIDANT RESPONSE OF CRESS (LEPIDIUM SATIVUM) AGAINST STRESSFUL ACTIVITY OF COPPER NANOPARTICLES
  45. Ewelina Piasna THE CYTOTOXIC ACTIVITY OF YOUNG SHOOTS AND ROOTS OF RED BEET (BETA VULGARIS L.) ON BREAST CANCER CELLS LINE MCF-7
  46. Natalia Fuglewicz STRESS ACTIVITY OF SILVER NANOPARTICLES ON CRESS
  47. Katarzyna Struś EVALUATION OF THE POSSIBILITIES OF USING MOLECULAR METHODS IN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDIES OF PHYTOPATHOGEN OF POTATOES – CLAVIBACTER MICHIGANENSIS SUBSP. SEPEDONICUS
  48. Magdalena Kręcidło SUSCEPTIBILITY OF BACTERIAL STRAINS ISOLATED FROM FOOD INDUSTRY ON ANTIBIOTIC AND HEAVY METALS
  49. Łukasz Kręcidło THE IMPACT OF SELECTED ESSENTIAL ON GERMINATION OF SPORES OF FUNGI PRESENTED IN CEREAL WAREHOUSE
  50. Marek Snirc DETECTION OF ANIMAL SPECIES USING MEAT 5.0 LCD ARRAY
  51. Aleksandra Koźmińska GROWTH AND ACCUMULATION OF OSMOLYTES UNDER SALINE STRESS OF TWO SILENE SPECIES
  52. Iwona Kata THE EFFECT OF STORAGE ON THE BASIC PHYSICOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF GREEN BEANS COMING FROM ORGANIC FARMING
  53. Stefan Drab THE EFFECT OF BARLEY VARIETY AT WORT ATTENUATION
  54. Petra Kavalcova ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY AND TOTAL POLYPHENOLS CONTENT OF SELECTED VARIETIES OF ONION
  55. Łukasz Furmanek THE INFLUENCE OF LICHEN EXTRACTS ON REDUCTION OF FUNGI IN FOOD – LITERATURE REVIEW
  56. Patrycja Sowa COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF SELECTED MONOFLORAL HONEYS BASED ON PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PARAMETERS
  57. Rafał Kordiaka OPTIMALIZATION OF RIBOFLAVIN PRODUCTION USING DIFFERENT INOCULUM CONCENTRATION BY THE CANDIDA FAMATA #91 STRAIN
  58. Maciej Kluz THE EFFECT OF NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS SOURCES FOR RIBOFLAVIN SYNTHESIS BY THE RECOMBINANT CANDIDA FAMATA YEASTS STRAINS
  59. Eva Tušimová MINERAL PROFILE OF RABBITS BLOOD DID NOT CHANGE AFTER AMYGDALIN ADMINISTRATION
  60. Katarzyna Żyłka HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP-THE USE IN FOOD PRODUCTION AND HEALTH IMPLICATIONS
  61. Boris Botman INFLUENCE OF SALVIA OFFICINALIS EXTRACT ON THE STEROID SECRETION, AND THE VIABILITY OF PORCINE OVARIAN GRANULOSA CELLS IN VITRO
  62. Katarzyna Szajnar THE EFFECT OF BARLEY GRITS AND HONEY ADDITION ON SELECTED PROPERTIES OF YOGHURT DURING THE COLD STORAGE
  63. Przemysław Rożek THE EVALUATION OF SELECTED PROPERTIES OF GREEK PROBIOTIC YOGHURTS WITH A DIFFERENT DRY MATTER CONTENT

 

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