ICCE 2013 - Friday

  Friday 28 June 2013 - WTC Morning Sessions
09.00-09.40 WTC-Auditorium Chair: Staci Massey SimonichPlenary Lecture 3: Urs Baltensperger, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland
“Sources, processes and impact of atmospheric aerosols
09.40-10.00 COFFEE BREAK-WTC-Agora Room
  Chairs: Antonio Quesada / Ester Heath Chairs: Rosa Maria Marcè / Antonio Marcomini Chairs: Benjamín Piña / Valeria Dulio
10.00-10.20 A-KN13-Transformation: Dionysios Dionysiou, Univ. Cincinnati, USA: “Oxidative transformation of cyanotoxins and other contaminants of emerging concern in water using advanced oxidation processes” B-KN14-Emerging: Maite Galceran, Univ. Barcelona, Spain: “Novel strategies for the analysis of fullerenes in environmental samples” C-OT6: N. Collado, LEQUIA, Spain: Influence of sulfamethoxazole on activated sludge bacterial community and removal efficiencies
10.20-10.40 C-OT7: M. Faria, Univ. Aveiro, Portugal, Development of oxidative stress biomarkers in developing zebra fish Danio rerio embryos
10.40-11.00 A-OTF6: B. Zonja, IDAEA-CSIC, Spain: Formation of phototransformation products of iodinated contrast media; natural attenuation or disinfection process? B-OE7: P. L. Ferguson, Duke Univ., USA: Helping contaminants emerge: The role of high-resolution mass spectrometry in non-targeted analysis of organic micropollutants in aquatic systems C-OT8: C. Rivetti, IDAEA-CSIC, Spain: The use of gene, biochemical and individual markers in transplanted Daphnia magna to characterize impacts in the field
11.00-11.20 A-OTF7: V. French, Charles Darwin Univ., Australia: evidence for exposure to chemical contaminants in the tropical marine snail telescopium telescopium (Gastropoda: Potamididae) B-OE8: L. Vergeynst Ghent Univ., Belgium:  Development and application of a novel accurate mass based suspect screening methodology for the analysis of pharmaceutical residues in surface water by time-of-flight mass spectrometry  C-OT9: M. Mortimer, Univ. Genève, Switzerland: Uptake and clearance of non-toxic CdSe/ZnS quantum dots by the ciliated protozoa Tetrahymena thermophila
11.20-11.40 A-OTF8: M. Gros, CSIRO, Australia: Biodegradation of pharmaceuticals by the white rot fungus Trametes versicolor in hospital wastewaters; study of iopromide and ofloxacin as model compounds B-OE9: M. Kah, Univ. Vienna, Austria: Environmental fate of nano-pesticides and implications for exposure assessment in the EU C-OT10: E. Van Ael, Univ. Antwerp, Belgium: The influence of POP and metal contamination on ecological water quality and fish communities
11.40-12.00 A-OTF2: E. De Laurentiis, Univ. Torino, Italy: A model approach to link indirect photochemistry in surface waters with climate change and human impact: the case of polymictic Lake Peipsi (Estonia/Russia) over the last three decades B-OE10: A.M. Tugulea, Health Canada, Canada: Nano-silver in drinking water and drinking water sources: stability and influences on disinfection by-products formation C-KN15-Ecotox: Cinta Porte, IDAEA-CSIC, Spain: “Development of in-vitro bioassays for the assessment of reprotoxicity in fish
12.00-12.20 A-OTF10: R. Kallenborn, Univ. Svalbard, Norway: Enantiomer distribution of chiral pesticides in traditional food from Arctic Greenland. Elucidation of selected up-take and distribution processes  
12.20-13.00 Poster Session-WTC-Agora Room
Technical Sessions-WTC-A,B,C Rooms
13.00-14.00 LUNCH-WTC-Port Vell Room
WTC Locations: A-: Room A1; B-: Room A2+A3 ; C-: Auditorium ;   
D-: Port Vell Room ; E-: Agora Room  
  Friday 28 June 2013 - WTC Afternoon Sessions
  Chairs: Andreas Buser / Miquel Sanchez Chairs: Antonia Garrido / Jose Benito Quintana Chairs: Maite Galceran / Fritz Frimmel
14.00-14.20 A-KN16-Modelling: Manuel Poch, LEQUIA, UdG, Spain: “Decisions in wastewater systems: different tools for different decisions' levels” B-OE11: D. K. Stepien, Goethe-Univ. Frankfurt, Germany: Persistent hydrophilic ethers (1,4-dioxane and glymes) in surface- and groundwaters C-KN17-Water: Josep Bayona, IDAEA-CSIC, Spain: “Atmospheric plasma. A new technology to remove recalcitrant organic microcontaminants from water
14.20-14.40 B-OE12: R. Weber, POPs Environmental Consulting, Germany: The pyridine-analogue of 2,3,7,8-tcdd is formed in the thermal treatment of chlorpyrifos  and 3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridinol
14.40-15.00 A-OM7: S. Zhang, Univ. Toronto-Scarborough, Canada: integrating near-field and far-field environmental fate and exposure models for screening-level exposure and risk assessment B-OE13: W. D’Hollander, Univ. Antwerp, Belgium: Characterisation of perfluoroctane sulfonate in a contaminated terrestrial ecosystems in Belgium C-OW18: S. Abramson, UPMC, France: Towards Highly Efficient Heterogeneous Magnetic Fenton Catalysts for the Degradation and Mineralization of Aqueous Organic Pollutants
15.00-15.20 A-OM8: S. Schenker, ETH-Zurich, Switzerland: will persistent organic pollutants reach a global equilibrium distribution? B-OE5: C. Valhondo, IDAEA-CSIC, Spain: Enhanced emerging contaminants removal during artificial recharge with a reactive barrier C-OW19: J.-M. Fontmorin, CNRS, France: Modification of graphite electrodes for the degradation of halogenated organic compounds: coupling of an electrochemical process with a biological treatment
15.20-15.40 A-OM9: M. Cladiere, LEESU, France: Assessing the impact of global change on micropollutants in aquatic ecosystems: Modelling the fate of nonylphenolic compounds in the Seine River B-OE15: L. Röhler, Norwegian Univ. of Life Sciences, Norway: Application of Visual Basic (VB) scripting and comprehensive GC/TOF for the identification of new halogenated contaminants in Norwegian ambient air samples C-OW20: P. A. Behnisch, BioDetection Systems, The Netherlands: Effect-based screening assays for water pollutions with endocrine disrupters, POPs, obesity  and other toxicants
15.40-16.20 WTC-Auditorium Chair:Thorsten Reemtsma Plenary Lecture 4: Damià Barceló, ICRA-UdG and IDAEA-CSIC Barcelona, Spain:   
"Toward a better understanding of the fate, behaviour and risk of  fullerenes  and other carbon-based nanomaterials such as carbon nanotubes in the total environment"
16.20-17.00 Best Poster Awards
ICCE 2015 Presentation
                       WTC Locations: A-: Room A1; B-: Room A2+A3 ; C-: Auditorium ; D-: Port Vell Room ; E-: Agora Room