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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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XXXI International Conference on Polyphenols from 3rd to 6th July 2023, Nantes, France

On behalf of INRAE Institute, BIA Research Unit and the Groupe Polyphenol, I am very pleased to announce the next XXXI International Conference ICP2023 will be held from July 3rd to 6th 2023.

Please, save the date and join us in the lovely city of Nantes, France for this important event that will allow junior and senior scientists from the polyphenol community to meet again and share cutting-edge research results, exciting discussions, and friendly moments.

Dr. Sylvain Guyot

President of the Local Organising Committee

Main topics

Topic 1: Structure, reactivity & synthesis

Topic 2: Bioactivity, bioavailability & microbiota

Topic 3: Metabolomics, targeted analysis & big data

Topic 4: Processing, sensory properties, safety & regulatory

Topic 5: Biogenesis and functions in plants & ecosystems

Topic 6: Biomaterials, green chemistry & circular bioeconomy

 

 

 

Keynote Speakers

Dr. Véronique Cheynier

Opening lecture - The wine case: an illustration of polyphenol research driven by analytical chemistry.

Author's affiliation: SPO, INRAE, Univ Montpellier, Montpellier Supagro, France

Prof. Takeo Kawabata

Topic 1: Total synthesis of natural glycosides by a catalytic site-selective acylation strategy

Author's affiliation: International University of Health and Welfare, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Okawa city, Fukuoka, Japan

Pr. Olivier Dangles

Topic 1: Opportunities and challenges in the development of anthocyanins as natural dyes

Author's affiliation: Research Unit 408 SQPOV Safety & Quality of Plant Products, Avignon University, France

Dr. Cyril AUGER

Topic 2: Potential of polyphenol-rich products to prevent and/or improve endothelial dysfunction and senescence: focus on anthocyanins

Author's affiliation: French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), Université de Strasbourg - CRBS UMR INSERM 1260 - Nanomédecine Régénérative, Strasbourg, France

Dr. M. Victoria Moreno-Arribas

Topic 2: Polyphenols and microbiome interactions hallmarks of healthy nutrition, human aging, and health.

Author's affiliation: Institute of Food Science Research (CIAL), CSIC, Spain

Prof. Juha-Pekka Salminen

Topic 3 - Utilizing new tannin analytics to estimate their structure-activity functions.

Natural Chemistry Research Group, Department of Chemistry, University of Turku, Finland

Nikolai Kuhnert

Topic 3: Children of Nature – Metabolomic approaches to decipher polyphenol reactivity in food processing and metabolism

Author's affiliation: Department of Life Science and Chemistry, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany

Dr. Jérôme Le Bloch

Topic 4 - Polyphenols in human nutrition: regulatory aspects and risk of novel food classification.

Author's affiliation: Consulting company Nutraveris, Saint-Brieuc, France

Prof. Jean-Paul Vincken

Topic 4: Oxidation of phenolics in food processing: Blessing or curse?

Author's affiliation: Laboratory of Food Chemistry, Wageningen University

Dr. Bartosz Adamczyk

Topic 5- Tannins and climate change: Are tannins able to stabilize carbon in the soil?

Author's affiliation: Natural Resources Institute Finland, Helsinki, Finland

Prof. Li Tian

Topic 5 - Deciphering the biosynthesis and regulation of hydrolyzable tannins.

author's affiliation: Univ. of California, Department of Plant Sciences, Davis, CA 95616, USA

Dr. Florent Allais

Topic 6: Sustainable production and modification of p-hydroxycinnamic acids: an access to valuable bio-based functional additives and materials.

Author's affiliation: URD ABI, AgroParisTech, CEBB, Pomacle, France

Dr. Marie-Pierre Laborie

Topic 6 – Tuning Polyphenols for Applications as Thermosetting Wood Adhesives and Printable Bio-based Inks

Author's affiliation: Chair of Forest Biomaterials, Faculty of Environment and Natural Resources, and Freiburg Materials Research Center, Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg, Germany

To remember

  • Date
    July 3rd to 6th 2023 - Abstract submission for poster presentation is still possible

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  • Place
    Nantes Congress Center
  • Registration
    From 5 October 2022 to 15 June 2023
  • Submission
    From 5 October 2022 to 19 May 2023
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