The CASEE Board and the Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra

have the pleasure of inviting you to the

6th CASEE conference

"Latest Trends in Bioeconomy in Danube Region”


24th – 26th May, 2015

Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra, Slovak Republic




Agrobiological sciences encompasses a wide variety of subjects, particularly those regarding the relationship between humans and the environment. This includes sustainable development, biodiversity conservation, plant breeding, soil science, bioresource engineering, weed science, as well as agricultural economics and ecosystem management. In order to sustain the growing population, we must effectively manage the planet’s natural resources. Understanding of agrobiological systems are key to humanity’s continued development. Also scientific programme of conference will designed to cover all aspects of biotechnology, including environmental and green biotechnology, microbial biotechnology, microbial synthetic and systems biology, biochemical engineering, medical biotechnology, biomedicine and much more. One from the primary goal of the conference is to promote research and developmental activities in Nutrition and Food Sciences. The conference will provide excellent opportunity to network, share ideas and form partnerships with: agrobiology, biotechnology and food associations, learned societies in agrobiology, biotechnology, foods research institutes, universities. Another goal is to promote scientific information interchange between researchers, developers, engineers, students, and practitioners working in Danubian region and other European countries.

Section and subsection


  • Soil and Water Management,
  • Crops Science and Biodiversity
  • Organic Agronomy
  • Animal Production, Hygiene and Welfare
  • Agriculture Economics and Agribusiness Management


  • Energy, alternative energy
  • Waste Resource management
  • Horticulture and Landscape Architecture


  • Biotechnology and biomedicine
  • Trends in biotechnology

Food Science

  • Food science and nutrition
  • Food safety and security
  • Food innovation and processing

You are welcome in the most historical city in Slovakia. Nitra is one of the oldest town settlements in Slovakia. As early as the 9th century, it was a princely seat and bishopric of the Great Moravian Empire and later it welcomed the pretender to the throne of Hungary. In 830, the first Christian church in Slovakia saw the light of day there. Nitra became an independent royal town in 1248. It suffered from several Turkish invasions. Nitra is city of Young people. Two university Slovak University of Agriculture and University of Constantine Philosophy provide young life in the city with many social activities.

Looking forward to seeing you in Nitra

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