The CASEE Board and the Faculty of Agriculture University of Novi Sad
have the pleasure of inviting you to the

5th CASEE Conference "Healthy Food Production and Environmental Preservation – The Role of Agriculture, Forestry and Applied Biology"

May 25 - 27, 2014
University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Agriculture, Serbia

Life sciences play a major role in healthy food production and environmental preservation in the present global situation. Although the principal and fundamental role of life sciences is providing food, it is necessary to consider other ecosystem services provided by agriculture and to explore new frontiers for the future. The aim of the 5th CASEE conference is to meet the mentioned needs in order to find tools to deal with environmental problems coupled with the increasing demand for food.

The proposed Conference program will be divided in four sessions:

  • Session I: Agronomic techniques for preserving ecosystem services
  • Session II: Plant – soil – water interaction
  • Session III: Applied biology
  • Session IV: Ecosystem resilience to mitigate climate change effects

During these four sessions of the 5th CASEE conference, the latest scientific results will be introduced in order to identify new scientific trends and to put forward recommendations to political decision-makers, to promote scientific collaboration and improve cooperation activities, to facilitate the integration of researchers from central and eastern European countries into the ICA.
The venue of the 5th CASEE Conference will be at the University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Agriculture, Serbia, which has over 60-year-old tradition in education and research. Novi Sad is the second largest city in Serbia, situated on the Danube river, located in the middle of Vojvodina Province, which is a part of the Pannonian plain and is the second largest city in Serbia.

Looking forward to seeing you in Novi Sad

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Note: Eearly booking is required due to the International Agricultural Fair, which will be held in the same period.