Winter School 2021

CASEE and Danube AgriFood Master Programme invite you to participate in a winter school organized by the Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra, Faculty of Biotechnology and Food Sciences:

CASEE Online Winter School 2021 – Food Environment and Health Risk Assessment in the Danube Region (DanubeFEHRA)


When:  January 25th - February 5th 2021

Who can participate: students from all CASEE universities

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Possibility of publishing

Possibility of publishing the papers form the 10th CASEE conference

The journal “Die Bodenkultur: Journal of Land Management, Food and Environment” has kindly offered the partnership to CASEE:

 Publishing Partnership of

Die Bodenkultur: Journal of Land Management, Food and Environment” and “CASEE - The ICA Regional Network for Central and South Eastern Europe”

for publishing Invited Papers based on presentations given at the 10th CASEE Conference in 2019 at the University of Sarajevo from 12 to 15 June 2019


“Die Bodenkultur: Journal of Land Management, Food and Environment” is an interdisciplinary forum dedicated to all aspects of research in the rural areas. The aim of the journal is to provide an international outlet for new results in all disciplines of land management, food, environment and related subjects.

The CASEE Board will invite authors of selected presentations from the CASEE conference to submit a manuscript to the journal Die Bodenkultur”. Papers will be marked as “Invited papers” with a reference to the CASEE Network and the 10th CASEE conference in Sarajevo on their title page.

Manuscripts must be full research papers and have to be prepared according to the standards of the journal (Instructions for authors can be found at the journal homepage: https://content.sciendo.com/view/journals/boku/boku-overview.xml). Manuscripts shall be submitted until 15 September 2019.

Papers can be written in English or in German. Title, abstract, keywords and tables and graphs captions have to be presented in both languages.

Assistance during the whole submission and revision process will be provided by the journals Managing Editor Reinhard Neugschwandtner (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

There are also other journals where the participants in 10th CASEE conference are encouraged to submit their papers after their presentation at CAEEE conference. The review of the submitted papers is not in hands of the conference organizers or CASEE board but depends on the rules of the journals as indicated in the case of Die Bodenkultur. However, the participation in the conference increases the chances for the positive review process because the ideas are discussed before the submission.

In the past, the authors of the previous conferences addressed the journals like: 

Agronomy: Scientific Papers. Series A. Agronomy


Horticulture: Scientific Papers. Series B. Horticulture


Animal Science: Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science


Veterinary Medicine: Scientific works. Series C. Veterinary Medicine


Land Reclamation, Earth Observation&Surveying, Environmental Engineering: Scientific Papers. Series E. Land Reclamation, Earth Observation & Surveying, Environmental Engineering


Biotechnology: Scientific Bulletin "Biotechnology", Series F. Biotechnology


Management and Economics in Rural Areas: Scientific Papers Series G. Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and Rural Development,


Die Bodenkultur


Scientia Agriculturae Bohemica


Agricultural Economics – Zemedelska ekonomika


Czech Journal of Food Sciences


Czech Journal of Animal Sciences


Plant Protection Sciences


Plant, Soil and Environment


9th CASEE Conference - Session 6

Session 6: New challenges in animal sciences and veterinary medicine


Prof. Mariana Ionita, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, USAMV Bucharest, Romania
Prof. Antun Kostelic, Faculty of Agriculture, UNIZG, Croatia


9th CASEE Conference - Session 5

Session 5: Agricultural engineering (ATAE)


Prof. Kovacev, UNIZG, Croatia
Univ. Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Andreas Gronauer, BOKU, Austria

The presentations held in the Agricultural Engineering session gave insight in a wide range of topics. On the first day the focus was on soil tillage techniques and also on the automation and digitisation trends in agriculture. Igor Kovacev from University of Zagreb pointed out the possibilities of energy savings by alternative/reduced tillage methods for arable crops cultivation, while Franziska Mairhofer from BOKU University Vienna gave an overview regarding the management of crop residues under reduced soil tillage as an important aspect in erosion mitigation. Raimondo Gallo presented an innovative approach for automating operational monitoring activities in agri-forestry tasks which could enable the entrepreneurs to have automatically updated all the operative information in a dedicated database system and Maximilian Treiber from Technical University of Munich emphasized the importance of digitisation in agricultural logistics to solve problems in organization, transport, work management and documentation. The second day was reserved for presentations from young scientists and PhD candidates from University of Zagreb, Faculty of Agriculture. Zlatko Koronc presented results of testing DI diesel engine performance using different types of diesel fuel, a research started to determine whether the subsidized fuel for agricultural machinery was the same quality/characteristics as a regular fuel for automotive use. Mateja Grubor showed the comparison results of energy properties of two wheat varieties as biomass resource, whether it was used for heat and/or electricity or in the second-generation biofuels production. Finally, Marko Vincekovic presented a research work on the new type of biofertilizers, microcapsules simultaneously loaded with chemical and biological agents to ensure controlled application through timely release of active ingredients. All presented scientific work was on a high level and the presentations was followed by intensive and productive discussion.


9th CASEE Conference - Session 4

Session 4: Environmental safety and climate change


Dr. Elena Mateescu, General Manager of the National Meteorological Agency, Associate professor of USAMV Bucharest, Romania
Assoc. Prof. dr Michal Lostak, CULS, Czech Republic

The session on environmental safety and climate change was addressed only by 4 presentations. Although the number looks small, the presentations targeted various issues and demonstrated the heterogeneity of approaches and topics in the field of environmental safety and climatic change. Very good demonstration of how board the field is and what might be the interesting research topic was the first presentation of S. Saremesic linking economic approach to ecosystem services with the question of ecological intensification in the case of Serbia. The second presentation of A. Pasca highlighted the use of GIS to calculate various temperature and precipitation maps for assessing land qualities. Again as in the case of the first presentation this topic also proved how broad the issues of ecological change is. F. Raicu in the third presentation targeted the food quality and demonstrated how it is linked to environmental safety. The case of animal food products analysed through Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption Spectrometry was used to show the links. The fourth presentation was delivered by G. Risnoveanu. It was a presentation informing about CEEPUS network Ecology and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems in Central, East and Southeast Europe. This presentation was valuable because it showed CASEE participants the importance of such network as CASEE. Highly important were the discussions after every presentations. International atmosphere supported the exchange of ideas and suggestions which was a good impetus for the future work in the field.


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