MODNUT 2022 will feature 7 invited talks, 34 oral presentations by attendees, and 45 posters 

SCIENTIFIC program OF THE WORKSHOP

September 18-20, 2022, Sunday-Tuesday

Guidelines for orals and posters

 

Topics of the sessions           41 invited & ORALS    45 Posters

  • Nutrient intake, digestion, utilization, and metabolism

  • Future of modeling livestock feeding systems 

  • Livestock and the environment

  • Modelling methodology

  • Contaminations (interdisciplinary) and free topics

Opening invited talk

The past, present, and future of agriculture and life on earth: adaptive planning and robust pathways towards desirable sustainable futures 

Erik Pryut (Center for Policy Exploration, Analysis, Simulation, The Netherlands)

Discussion session Future of modeling livestock feeding systems

Introduction on Modeling feeding systems for the future

Jan Dijkstra  (Wageningen University, NL)

Lessons from the development of the NASEM 2021 dairy protein model

Mark Hanigan (Virginia Tech, USA)

Round Table and discussion

Orals (18 min each) and posters by attendees 

Session Nutrient intake, digestion, utilization, and metabolism

Towards the next-generation models of the rumen microbiome for enhancing predictive power and guiding sustainable production strategies

Rafael Munoz-Tamayo (INRAE, France)

One size does not fit all: opportunities and challenges in models applied to sustainable pig precision nutrition

Aline Remus (Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada)

Orals (18 min each) and posters by attendees

 

Session Livestock and the environment

The Ruminant Farm Systems Project: building a next-generation model for interdisciplinary research and decision support

Kristan Reed (Cornell University, USA)

Modeling nutrition and management in swine production systems to reduce their environmental impacts: a life cycle perspective 

Florence Garcia-Launay (INRAE, France)

Orals (18 min each) and posters by attendees 

Session Modelling methodology

Developing mathematical models with confidence by choosing the appropriate paradigm

Luis O. Tedeschi  (Texas A&M, USA) 

Orals (18 min each) and posters by attendees 

 Session Contaminations (interdisciplinary) and free topics

Orals (18 min each) and posters by attendees

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SATELLITE WORKSHOP 
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             Wednesday 21, Morning     The modeling process in nutrition: from mind to math

             Wednesday 21, Afternoon  Nutritional models: methodology and examples