About 2019 conferences

Headphones for translation in english will be available during conferences

Wednesday, October 16th / 9h30-11h30

What do the markets want: reducing or promoting the volatility of food commodities?

Session chaired by : Gilles Charmet, Inra

Diversity of growing systems and volatility of food commodities: consequences for the industry 

ByMarie-Hélène Jeuffroy, Inra Agronomy Grignon and Marianne Le Bail, Agroparistech Paris

 

Towards a flexibility of automated bread-making processes? Utopia or need…

By Hubert Chiron, INRA BIA Nantes

 

Combine wheat and vegetables, from the field to soft cakes: how to do it? what quality?  

By Camille Michon, Food Process Engineering, AgroParisTech, INRA, University Paris-Saclay

 

Round table

with the speakers and Michel Deketelaere, SASU Caps Vert, CRC sector, Anne-Vanessa Profizi, Grands Moulins de Paris and Tania Rougier, Vegepolys Valley

Wednesday, October 16th / 13h30-15h00

Quality of 2019 malting barley

Session chaired by : Xavier Falize, AEMIC-Cabinet Bourbon

Review of the campaign results, impact on markets and on brewery processes

By Marc Schmitt, IFBM

 

Technology review: "Filtration, a phase of the of the brewing process

By Pierre Brabant, IFBM

Wednesday, October 16th / 15h30-17h00

Can artificial intelligence boost cereal industries? 

Session chaired by : Olivier Descamps, AEMIC-Limagrain Ingrédients

What can we expect from AI? 

By Jean-Luc Beaudouin, Blu.e at ENGIE Cofely

Feedback on the potential contribution of AI to the sector

By Olivier Dugas, Limagrain

Feedback on bread-making processes  

By François Retailleau, MECATHERM

When machines talk to you 

By Arthur Cohen, Inuse

 

Round table 

with the speakers

Thursday, October 17th / 9h30-11h30

Wheat quality characteristics in 2019 

Session chaired by : Christine Bar L’Helgouach, ARVALIS

Market outlook  

By Marc Zribi, FranceAgriMer

 

Presentation on the harvest quality 

By Adeline Streiff, ARVALIS

 

Milling value of the current wheat crop

By François Brionnet and François Sevestre ENILIA - ENSMIC

Presentation of the varieties most recently registered 

By Benoît Méléard, ARVALIS

Thursday, October 17th / 13h30-15h00

Improvement of the wheat crop milling value: technical and business value of cleaning

Session chaired by : Arnaud Sorin, AEMIC, Foricher-les Moulins

Technical and business value of cleaning 

Increase of the thousand grain weight (TGW) upon cleaning -Impact on milling 

 

Physical and chemical analyzes

 

Bread making test

 

Technical and business assessment

By Arnaud Sorin and Xavier Falize

Thursday, October 17th / 15h30-17h00

Bakery : what are the future challenges? 

Session chaired by:  Caroline Benaroch, AEMIC, Puratos

How JTICs (Technical workshops for the milling and cereal industries) played a role in the evolution of bakeries  

By Hubert Chiron ( INRA)

A new bakery market  

By Nicolas Nouchi (CHD  expert)

Evolution of consumption habits - The study “taste tomorrow 2019 

By Puratos

Conferences schedule 
Wednesday, October 16th
Thursday, October 17th

8h00 - 9H00

Exhibitors breakfast

9h00 - 9h30

Opening speech by the President

9h30 - 11h30

Profile of the 2019 wheat harvest

11h30 - 13h30

Posters and visit of the exhibition

15h00 - 15h30

Posters and visit of the exhibition

15h30 - 17h00

Artificial intelligence to boost the cereal industries

17h00 - 18h30

General Assembly of AEMIC

17h00 - 18h30

Animation around beer by Fermentis/Lesaffre

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