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17th World Fertilizer Congress of the International Scientific Centre of Fertilizers
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1stAnnouncement

 

17thWorld Fertilizer Congress of the internationalScientific Centre ofFertilizers

 

 Go East! Fertilizers Future!

 

September 3-7, 2018  Shenyang, P.R. China

 

 

Jointly organized by:

CIEC Asia,Shenyang, P.R.China

ChineseAcademyof Sciences (CAS),Beijing,P.R.China

Institute of Applied Ecology (IAE),ChineseAcademyof Sciences,Shenyang,P.R.China

International Scientific Centre of Fertilizers (CIEC),Braunschweig,Germany

Institute for Crop and Soil Science, Julius Kühn-Institut,Braunschweig,Germany

 

 

http://17wfc.csp.escience.cn

17wfc@iae.ac.cn

 

 

Scope of the conference

 

The north-east ofChinahas been traditionally the centre of fertilizer production and fertilizer research so thatShenyangwas the predestined location to host the 17thWorld Fertilizer Congress. Food security and food safety are of prime interest on a global scale as are environmental aspects and soil protection issues. An increase of fertilizer rates for meeting these objectives can only be constructive if the nutrient supply is the yield limiting factor whereas a surplus can be regularly found in the nutrient balances of intensive agricultural production systems which has to be seen critically with a view to groundwater pollution with nitrates and discharge of phosphorus by surface run-off and erosion. On big livestock enterprises the contamination of slurries and manures with antibiotics poses a risk for soil and human health, which strengthens the need for alternative treatments and quality assessment of farmyard manure and recycled fertilizer products such as digestates which process these resources. The future of fertilizers will be closely linked to a significant increase in nutrient utilization efficiency which implies the use of fully plant available nutrient resources, a purely demand-driven fertilizer input and a reduction of nutrient losses to the environment. Parallel the pressure on agriculture to employ recycled fertilizer products will increase as the disposal of wastes is costly and re-utilization of nutrients politically encouraged. This makes research with respect to the innocuousness of fertilizer products an important branch in order to assess putative risks for the quality of soils and plants. Innovations in the mineral fertilizer production sector will have to focus on resource efficiency which starts for instance in case of phosphorus with mining and extraction of precious metals such as uranium and lanthanides besides the nutrient itself. The World Fertilizer Congress brings together fertilizer manufacturers and scientists from all over the world interested in the specifics of plant nutrition and fertilization. Participants will leave the symposium having shared ideas, having contributed to the body of knowledge concerning fertilizer use, and having made friends and contacts for future research.

Traditionally the World Fertilizer Congress is open to all aspects related to plant nutrition, soil fertility, fertilization and fertilizers. We invite especially contributions onvarious aspects of global interest.

Thematic clusters

Novel fertilizer products

Precious rock materials: phosphorus, uranium and lanthanides

Agronomic and environmental issues of recycled fertilizer products

Organic fertilizers

Wastewaters as fertilizers

Precision agriculture

Fertilization and soil health

Fertilization and environment

In invited lectures internationally highly acknowledged scientists will present cutting-edge research and state-of-the-art facts for each of the themes.

 

Approved keynote lectures and speakers

 

Regulative issues to reduce nitrogen losses from agriculture

(C. A. Pedersen, SEGES, Denmark)

 

The enigma of phosphorus fertilizer utilization

(S. H. Haneklaus, Julius Kühn-Institut, Germany)

 

New potassium/magnesium fertilizers from phytohalite

(N.N., Sirius Minerals Plc, UK,inquired)

 

Summarizing 25 years of sulfur research: achievements for farmers and fertilizer industry

(E. Bloem, Julius Kühn-Institut, Germany)

 

Trace elements and beneficial elements, challenges for plant nutrition and fertilization

(L. E. Datnoff,Luisiana States University,USA)

 

Valorization of wastewaters as fertilizers

(M. Bahadir, Konya University, Turkey,inquired)

 

Valorization of fertilizer production: Challenge of race earth elements and actinides recovery from rock phosphates.

(Bernd Lottermoser, University of Tasmania, Australia)

 

Summarizing 25 years of research in organic farming: achievements for farmers and fertilizer practice

(U. K?pke, Institute for Organic Farming, IOL, Germany)

 

Summarizing 35 years of Precision Agriculture research: achievements for farmers and fertilizer industry

(ESchnug,Julius Kühn-Institut, Germany)

 

Summarizing 35 years remote sensing for plant nutrient supply: achievements for farmers and fertilizer practice

(H. Lilienthal, Julius Kühn-Institut, Germany)

 

Agronomic and environmental issues of valorization of waste waters as agricultural fertilizers

(M. Bahadir, Necmettin Erbakan University, Turkey)

 

Exhibition of commercial companies, publishers and scientific institutions

Representatives of fertilizer industry & technology, scientific and agronomic journals, and scientific institutions will have the possibility to display their products in an adjacent exhibition hall(260 USD/m2). For details, please contactYuanliang Shi,ChineseAcademyof Science,InstituteofApplied Ecology, Shenyang P.R. China (17WFC@iae.ac.cn)

Important Deadlines

Response to the invitation and submission of abstracts:October30, 2017

Acceptance and formal invitation (for visa application):November 15, 2017

Submission of extended abstracts and early registration form:December 31, 2017

Circulation of final program:June 30, 2018

Deadline for booking at the hotel:July 21, 2018

 

 

Registration

Participants register for the conference and the scientific excursion onlinehttp://17wfc.csp.escience.cn. Lectures, abstract proceedings, coffee breaks, lunch and dinner during the conference are available in the hotel. Participants make themselves binding bookings for the reservation directly with the hotel.

 

Venue & Accommodation

The World Fertilizer Congress will be held atGran metro park northYorkhotel, inShenyang,Liaoningprovince(http://ww.northyorkhotel.com). ReservationCenterTel: +86-24-8930-5555

 

Official Language of the Conference

Delegates have to ensure thatall papers and presentations are in Englishbefore the commencement of the conference as there will be no translation facilities.

 

Abstracts

Delegates are invited to submit title and an abstract of not more than 200 words. Latest 3 weeks after acceptance of the contribution a 2 pages version for printing in the abstract book is requested (A4, 12 Times New Roman 12, 1.5 lines spacing, margins: top, bottom, left, right each2cm) before30 October, 2017to the conference website:http://17wfc.csp.escience.cn. The submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the scientific committee and the decision will be forwarded to the corresponding author before15 November,2017. Please, indicate whether you wish to give an oral or poster presentation.

 

 

Participation fee

 


Before

1 February 2018

Before

31 August 2018

On-site registration

Non-students

300 USD

400 USD

500 USD

Students/Companions

200 USD

300 USD

300 USD

 

The participation fee includes free access to all lectures, poster showrooms and exhibition halls, proceedings of the abstracts, break catering, conference dinner and mid-term scientific excursion. The excursion by bus will visitBenxiinLiaoningprovince and includes touristic attractions such asBenxiWaterCavesand fertilizer demonstrative sites.

 

Room rates at hotel

Single /double room: 53 USD per night, breakfast included

Deluxe suite: 76 USD per night, breakfast included

Contact

You will find detailed information of the conference athttp://17wfc.csp.escience.cnor send a fax to+24 83970818for any questions you might have. To contact the Congress Secretariat inChina, you may e-mail17wfc@iae.ac.cnor send a fax to:+86-24-83970818. 

 

Pre and post congress tourswill be offered by professional organizers make your visit unforgettable and provide not only an individual deep insight into natural and cultural heritage, but also traditional Chinese cuisine of its best!

Pre-congress tours:Local tours inShenyang(1 day, 37 USD); Hulunbuir grassland tours inMongolia(4 days, 225 USD); primeval forest inChangbaiMountaininJilin(3 days, 130 USD)

Post-congress tours:Terracotta army inXi’an(6 days, 560 USD);TsarPalacein romanticRussia(8 days, 1850 USD)

 

 

Symposium Secretariat

 

Yuanliang Shi,ChineseAcademyof Science, Institute of Applied Ecology,ShenyangP.R. China

(17WFC@iae.ac.cn)

 

Organizing Committee

 

YapingZHANG,Vice Chairman,ChineseAcademyof Ecology(CAS), P.R. China, President of WFC 17

Lanzhu Ji,Prof.,Chinese Academy of Ecology,CAS, P.R. China,Vice President of WFC 17

Jinghua CAO,Director,Bureau of International Cooperation, CAS, P.R. China

Dousheng CHEN,Director,Popularization Centerfor Agriculture. Technology, MOA, P.R. China

Ziyuan DUAN,Director,Bureau of Science & Technology for Development, CAS, P.R. China

Jinhua GAO,CEO,Stanley Fertilizer Co.Ltd., P.R. China

Hengde QIN,CEO,SinochemGroup, P.R. China

Zhijie WU,Prof.,Institute of Applied Ecology, CAS, P.R. China

Qing YAN,Director,Bureau of Science&Technology for Development, CAS, P.R. China

Huaming ZHAO,Vice Governor,The Government ofLiaoning, Province, P.R. China

Lili ZHANG,Prof.,Institute of Applied Ecology, CAS, P.R. China

Junchen ZHUO,Director,Institute of Applied Ecology, CAS, P.R. China

 

CIEC?s Scientific Advisory Board

 

Ewald Schnug,Prof.,JKI Braunschweig, Germany, President

Cristian Hera,Prof.,RomanianAcademyBucharest, Honorary-President

Silvia Haneklaus,Dr.,JKIBraunschweig,Germany, Secretary General

Bettina Eichler-L?bermann, Prof.,,University of Rostock,Germany, Deputy Secretary General

Zhengy Hu,Prof.,UCAS Beijng, VRC, Vice-President

Luit J. De Kok,A/Prof., UniversityofGroningen, TheNetherlands, Vice-President

Francesco Montemurro,Dr.,CREA-SCAMetaponto,Italy, Vice-President

Nils Vagstad, NIBIO,?s,Norway, Vice-President

Lanzhu Ji,Prof.,CAS, Shenyang Institute of Applied Ecology, P.R. China,President of CIEC Asia

Nanthi Bolan,Prof.,UniversityofNewcastle,Callaghan,Australia, Vice-President of CIECAsia

Ping He,Prof., P.R. China,Vice-President of CIECAsia

Mohamed Hanafi Musa,Prof.,University PutraMalaysia,Malaysia, Vice-President of CIECAsia

Tongmin Sa,Prof.,South Korea, Vice-President of CIECAsia

Qirong Shen,Prof.,P.R. China, Vice-President of CIECAsia

Renfang Shen,Prof.,P.R. China, Vice-President of CIECAsia

Weiming Shi,Prof.,Shenyang, P.R. China, Vice-President of CIECAsia

Yongjun Xie, P.R. China,Vice-President of CIECAsia

Xudong Zhang,Prof.,P.R. China,Vice-President of CIECAsia

 

 

International Advisory Board(alphabetical order)

 

AlexMcBratney,Prof.,TheSydneyUniversity, Institute if AgriculturemAustralia

Annaanghi Subba Rao,Prof.,Nabibagh,Bhopal,Madhya Pradesh,India

Bernd Lottermoser ,Prof.,RWTHAachen,Germany

Carl Aage Pedersen, SEGES, Skejby, Denmark

Cherukumalli Srinivasa Rao, Prof.,ICAR-NationalAcademyof Agriculture Research ManagementRajendranagar Hyderabad,India

Dimitris Bouranis,Prof.,AgriculturalUniversity of Athens,Greece

Dirk Selmar,Prof.,TUBraunschweig,Germany

Donald Messick, The Sulphur Institute,Washington,USA

Eduardo Rosa,Prof.,Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Vila Real,Portugal

Elke Bloem,Dr.,Julius Kühn-Institut, Braunschweig, Germany

Frank Winde,Prof., North WestUniversity,Vanderbijlpark,South Africa

Frederic Gerad,Dr.,INRA, France

Fusuo Zhang,Prof.,ChinaAgriculturalUniversity,China

Georg Guggenberger,Prof.,Leibniz University,Hanover,Germany

Gretchen Sassenrath,Prof.,Southeast AgriculturalResearchCenter,Parsons,USA

Hartmut Stützel,Prof.,Leibniz University,Hanover,Germany

Hassan El-Ramady,Dr.,KafrelsheikhUniversity, KafrAlSheikh,Egypt

Hazem Elewa,Dr.,CAS, P.R. China

Holger Lilienthal,Dr.,Julius Kühn-Institute, Braunschweig, Germany

Imre Vágó,Prof.,Institute of Agricultural Chemistry and Soil Science,Debrecen,Hungary

Imron Rosyadi,Dr.,April,Indonesia

Ismail Cakmak,Prof.,SabanciUniversity,Istanbul,Turkey

Ivan Vasenev,Prof.,RussianStateAgrarianUniversity,Moscow,Russia

Jiabao Zhang,Prof.,Nanjing Institute of Soil Science, CAS,China

Jiaojun Zhu,Prof.,Institute of Applied Ecology, CAS,China

Joska Gerendas,Prof.,University of Kiel,Germany

Klaus Dittert,Prof.,University of G?ttingen,Germany

LawrenceDatnoff,Prof.,LouisianaStateUniversity,Baton Rouge,USA

Lili Zhang,Prof.,Institute of Applied Ecology, CAS,China

Marco Roelcke,Dr.,TU Braunschweig, Sino-German AgriculturalCentre,Germany

Maria Carmen Rivas,Dr.,INTABuenos Aires,Argentina

Matthew Taylor,Dr.,Waikato Reg Council, Hamilton,New Zealand

Matthias Becker,Prof.,University of Bonn,Germany

Min Zhang,Prof.,ShandongAgriculturalUniversity,China

Ming Xian Fan,Dr.,International Zinc Association,Durham,USA

Minh-Long Nguyen, Group ONE Consultancy Ltd.,Hawkes Bay,New Zealand

Mohamed Hachicha, Prof., IRESA,Sousse University,Tunisia

Mohamed Saied Desouky Abuhashim,Dr.,Zagazig University, Egypt

Müfit Bahadir, Leichtwei?-Institute,Prof.,Braunschweig, Germany

Paolo Pavinato,University of S?o Paulo,Brazil

Paul Hepperly, Rodale Institute, Kutztown, USA

Paul Milham,WesternSydneyUniversity,Australia

Peder Lombnaes,Dr.,NIBIO,Aas,Norway

Ralf Otterpohl,Prof.,TechnicalUniversity of Hamburg-Harburg,Germany

Renfang Shen,Prof.,Nanjing Institute of Soil Science, CAS, China

Roland Bol,Dr.,Forschungszentrum Jülich,Germany

Silvio Ramos,Dr.,Vale Institut Technology Sustainable Development,Belem,Brazil

Thomas Mannheim,Dr.,Eurochem Agro GmbH, Mannheim, Germany

Turtola, Eila,Prof.,Agriculktural Research Centre,Jokioinen,Finland

Vinicius De Melo Benites,Dr.,EMBRAPA,Brasilia,Brazil

Xudong Zhang,Prof.,Institute of Applied Ecology, CAS,China

Youlu Bao,Prof.,ChineseAcademyof Agricultural Sciences,China

Zed Rengel,Prof.,UniversityofWestern Australia,Crawley,Australia

 

 

 

A brief introduction to CIEC (Centre International des Engrais Chimique)

 

Founded in 1933, CIEC is the oldest scientific organization solemnly dedicated to fertilization. CIEC is a non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO) and actually organized as a task force with membership on invitation only. The CIEC task force consists actually on the President (Ewald Schnug,Germany) + 4 Vice Presidents: Francesco Montemurro (Italy), Zhengyi Hu (People's Republic ofChina), Nils Vagstad (Norway), Luit De Kok (The Netherlands), the Secretary General Silvia Haneklaus (Germany), the deputy Secretary General Bettina Eichler-L?bermann (Germany) and the Honorary President Cristian Hera (Romania).CIEC Asia was founded as the first independent national branch of CIEC in 2016.

 

 

CIEC?s past, present and future events

 

17World Fertilizer Congresses (4 year rotation)

Rome(3), Heidelberg, Opatija, Zurich, Lisbon, Vienna, Moscow, Budapest, Nicosia, Ghent, Beijing, Chiang Mai, Bucharest, Rio de Janeiro, Shenyang(2018)

 

25 Fertilizer Symposia (annually)

Vienna (2), Benghazi, Brauschweig (2), Balatonfured, Nicosia, Berlin, Salamanca, Kusadasi, Pulawy, Suceava, Tokat, Debreceen, Pretoria, Ghent, Cairo, Roma, Goslar (2), Santa Clara, Bari, Helsinki, Son, Coimbra, Groningen, scheduled: Braunschweig(2019)


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