Session of Friday, December 10th

Eric J Velazquez. Chief, Cardiovascular Medicine Yale University and Yale New Haven Hospitals, United States. "Nutritional Approaches to Expand Cardiovascular Population Health Can Olives and Olive Oil Lead the Way Forward?".

Estefanía Toledo. Professor at the Department of Preventive Medicine and Public Health at the University of Navarra; co-PI of the CB12/03/30017 group at the CIBEROBN; researcher at the Navarra Institute for Health Research, Spain."EVOO and its potential role in breast cancer and colorectal cancer prevention: epidemiological evidence".

Rocío Díaz Chaves. Senior Research Fellow Centre for Environmental Policy Imperial College London; Deputy Director and Energy and Climate Change Programme leader Stockholm Environment Institute Africa."Bioeconomy and circular economy in the olive sector. What still needs to be integrated?".

Pete Smith. Institute of Biological and Environmental Sciences School of Biological Sciences. University of Aberdeen, Scotland. "Climate change mitigation potential in agriculture, with particular reference to Olive".

Mounir Abichou. Institut de l´ olivier de Zarzis, Túnez. "The olive tree in arid zones and Global warming impact: climate change and the A deterioration of basic natural resources such as water, soil, and biodiversity".

Giorgios Koubouris. Hellenic Agricultural Organization-Demeter, Greece. "Adaptation of olive groves to climate change through sustainable management".

Giora Ben-Ari. Department of Fruit Tree Sciences, Plant Sciences Institute, Israel. "The effect of high temperatures on the reproductive phase of the olive".

Daniel Millán Martínez. Founder of startup Elaia Zait focused on innovation and design. "EVOO PLASTIC FREE, the joint search for a sustainable future for the Olive Oils sector".

Roberto García Ruiz. Head of Ecology Unit. University Institute of Research on Olive Grove and Olive Oils, Universidad de Jaén, Spain. "Novel approaches to promote the SUSTAInability of OLIVE cultivation in the Mediterranean".

Session of Saturday, December 11th

Maurizio Servili. Universitá degli Studi di Perugia, Italy. "High vacuum technology: Impact on virgin olive oil yield and quality".

Pablo Juliano. CSIRO, Melbourne, Australia. "Industrial demonstration of the megasonic technology to maximise oil recover".

Marc Duncan. MassWerx, Inc., Mountain View, CA, USA and Department of Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA. "Practical Approaches To Olive Oil Analysis Utilizing Mass Spectrometry: A Focus on Polyphenol Determinations".

Jerónimo Díaz Rivas. GENOSA I D SL. Spain. "Olive polyphenols: present and future".

Manuela Cano Galey. ANDALTEC, Spain. "Novel biocomposites based on Olive Pruning Waste for Automotive and other Industrial Applications: LIFE COMP0LIVE framework".

Klaus G. Grunert. MAPP Centre, Aarhus University, Denmark. "Health, sustainability and olive oil – creating value for consumers during the green transition".

Joseph R. Profaci. North American Olive Oil ASSN, United States.

Ralf Bender. Lebensmittel Zeitung, Germany.