ICCE 2013 - Thursday

  Thursday 27 June 2013 - WTC Morning Sessions
09.00-09.40 WTC-Auditorium Chair: Philippe Garrigues  Plenary Lecture 2: Joan Grimalt, IDAEA-CSIC, Spain
"Biomarker tools for abrupt climate change description in marine sediment cores" 
09.40-10.00 COFFEE BREAK-WTC-Agora Room
  Chairs: Sirpa Herve / Willem de Lange Chairs: Xavier Querol / Panayotis Siskos Chairs: Carlos Barata / Ake Bergman
10.00-10.20 A-OS6: M. Seidl, Univ. Paris-Est, Marne la Vallée, France: Micropollutants as tracers of urbanization history of the Mingoa river watershed (Yaoundé, Cameroon) B-KN8-Atmospheric: Andrés Alastuey, IDAEA-CSIC, Spain: "Geochemistry of atmospheric particulate matter: from remote to urban environments" C-KN9-Ecotox: Kevin Thomas, NIVA, Norway: “Effect-directed analytical approaches for the identification of contaminants of emerging concern
10.20-10.40 A-OS7: M-J. Jeong, Natl. Inst. Env. Res., South Korea: Comparison of triglycerides and fatty acids patterns in burial leachate and raw oils(animal fats, fish oils, cooking oils)
10.40-11.00 A-OS8: P. Grathwohl, Univ. Tübingen, Germany: Integrated monitoring of particle associated transport of PAHs in contrasting catchments B-OA6: M. Fort, IDAEA-CSIC, Spain: Association between metal body burden in pregnant women and atmospheric traffic pollution C-OT1: T. Smital, Rudjer Boskovic Inst., Croatia: Prioritisation of organic contaminants in the Sava River basin using chemical analyses and bioassays
11.00-11.20 A-OS9: D. S Jyethi, Nehru Univ., India: Potential health risks of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) associated with sediment and selected sea foods from a Ramsar site B-OA7: D. Vione, Univ. Torino, Italy: Photochemical formation of humic-like substances: Phenol di/oligomerisation sensitised by the triplet state of 1-nitronaphthalene C-OT2: S. R. Mesquita, DAEA-CSIC, Spain: Toxic assessment of particle-bound PAHs: a novel environmental perspective
11.20-11.40 A-OS10: P. Kurt-Karakuş, Bursa Technical Univ., Turkey: Estimation of health risk from indoor dust as a source of exposure to heavy metals in Istanbul B-OA8: M. Simonich, OSU, USA: Prediction, Identification, and Mutagenicity ofNovel Nitro-PAHs Formed via Atmospheric Heterogeneous Reactions C-OT3: M. Tarapoulouzi,GAIA Lab. Env. Eng., Cyprus: Ecotoxic and mutagenic effects of photolytic transformation products of pharmaceuticals: an experimental design for the investigation of mixtures
11.40-12.00 A-KN7-Soil: Emmanuel Naffrechoux, Savoie Univ., France: “Fate of PCB in aquatic ecosystems: cold case or hot topic?” B-OA9: J. Díaz-Ferrero, Univ. Ramon Llull-IQS, Spain: Dioxins, furans and dioxin-like PCBs in ambient air from Catalonia (Spain) C-OT4: I. Mihajlovic, Univ. Novi Sad, Serbia: Exposure of breastfed newborn to DDT and metabolites from 1982 to 2009 in the Province of Voyvodina, Serbia
12.00-12.20 B-OA9: A. Radey, Univ. Pannonia, Hungary: Monitoring nitrogen-dioxide and benzene in air in the Central Transdanub Region, in the City of Veszprém C-OT5: E. Gorrochategui, IDAEA-CSIC, Spain: Perfluorinated compounds: a cause for lipogenic disorder in JEG-3 cells?
12.20-13.00 Technical Sessions WTC-A Room:  J. Morales: Aqueous Solutions from Agilent Technologies Poster Session-WTC-Agora Room
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  
  Thursday 27 June 2013 - WTC Afternoon Sessions
  Chairs: Roger Sheldon / Klaus Kuemmerer Chairs: Dionysios Dionysiou / Santiago Esplugas Chairs: Uri Zoller / Josep Maria Bayona
14.00-14.20 A-KN11-Green: Joel Barrault, Univ. Poitiers, France: “Sustainable chemistry; from renewable resources to chemicals via catalysis” B-OTF1: F. Bonvin, EPFL, Switzerland: Direct photolysis of human metabolites of antibiotic sulfamethoxazole: Evidence for abiotic back-transformation C-OW11: A. M. Sesay, CEMIS-Oulu, Finland: Rapid and cost-effective methods for detection of environmentally Harmful Compounds from Waste Waters (RACE)
14.20-14.40 B-OTF9: A. Schäffer, RWTH-Aachen Univ.; Germany: Biotransformation products of ibuprofen in soil - a new view on the relevance of non-extractable residues C-OW12: Z. Kovács, Univ. Pannonia, Hungary: Application of early-warning system to identify surface water pollution
14.40-15.00 A-OG6: H. Soares, Univ. Porto, Portugal: Pre-treatment of paper pulp in the bleaching process with a biodegradable chelating agent B-OTF3: J. Radovic, IDAEA-CSIC, Spain: Assessment of photochemical processes in marine oil spill fingerprinting C-OW13: R. Loos, JRC, Italy: EU-wide monitoring survey on wastewater treatment plant effluent
15.00-15.20 A-OG7: J.P. Souza, U.F. Minas Gerais, Brazil, Development of new materials from waste electrical and electronic equipment to technological applications B-OTF4: T. Kosjek, Jožef Stefan Inst., Slovenia: Fluorouracil in the environment: analysis, occurrence and transformation C-OW14: G. Lewis, Univ. Bath, UK: Boron-doped diamond electroanalytical detectors for environmental monitoring of pharmacologically active compounds and other emerging contaminants
  Chairs: Mathieu Cladiere / Joaquin Comas B-OTF5: V. Nikiforov, SRCES RAS, Russia: DFT study on hydrolysis of polyhalogenated pollutants for estimation of environmental degradation rates C-OW15: G. Thouand, Univ. Nantes, France: Detection of heavy metals, organotins and their toxicity with bioluminescent bacteria
15.20-15.40 A-KN12-Modelling: Andrea Emilio Rizzoli, IDSIA, Univ. Southern Switzerland, Switzerland: “Advances in software system for supporting environmental decision making”
15.40-16.00 B-KN10-Transformation: Sixto Malato, Plat. Solar de Almería (CIEMAT), Spain: “Removal of pollutants in water and wastewater by solar advanced oxidation processes” C-OW16: C. Fontàs, UdG, Spain: Screening of arsenic in growndwater: a novel and green detection method
16.00-16.20 A-OM1: A. Malik, IDAEA-CSIC, Spain: Resolution of environmental pollution profiles in polluted river waters by chemometric methods               C-OW17: P. Pavlova, EMPA, Switzerland: Ice cores for the reconstruction of historical input and migration behavior of POPs in Alpine glaciers
16.20-16.40 A-OM2: S. Kralisch, Univ. Jena, Germany: Integrated environmental modelling with JAMS COFFEE BREAK-WTC-Agora Room
16.40-17.00 A-OM3: M. Dalmau, LEQUIA, Spain: Membrane bioreactor modeling: deterministic vs data driven models    
17.00-17.20 A-OM4: H. Wöhrnschimmel, ETH-Zurich, Switzerland: Modelling the environmental legacy of technical HCH usage and Lindane production Poster Session-WTC-Agora Room
17.20-17.40 A-OM5: E. Turrini, Univ. Brescia, Italy: Integrated assessment modelling to plan local optimal air quality policies harmonized with national and European actions Technical Sessions-WTC-A,B,C Rooms
17.40-18.00 A-OM6: A. M. Buser, ETH-Zurich, Switzerland: Physicochemical properties of dimethylsiloxanes and their impact on the environmental fate     
18.15 CONFERENCE DINNER: Departure from WTC
                       WTC Locations: A-: Room A1; B-: Room A2+A3 ; C-: Auditorium ; D-: Port Vell Room ; E-: Agora Room