International Congress on Domestic Animal Breeding Genetics and Husbandry - 2020
ICABGEH - 20
Izmir, TURKEY (Online) - August 12 - 14, 2020
The International Congress on Domestic Animal Breeding Genetics and Husbandry - 2020 (ICABGEH-20) congress is organized by the Agricultural Faculty of Ondokuz Mayıs University and the Turkish Agricultural Engineers Association. ICABGEH-20 is the fifth international event of meeting series with participation of very popular invited speakers Dr. Maria DATTENA (AGRIS Sardegna), Dr. Roswanira Abdul WAHAB (Universiti Teknologi Malaysia), Dr. Abdul CHAUDHRY (Newcastle University) and Dr. Zeynel CEBECI (Cukurova University). This event has brought together leading researchers, engineers and scientists in the domain of interest from around the world. It also provides opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas and application experiences as online, to establish business or research relations and to find global partners for future collaboration.
The organizing committee is seriously planning and is already working towards enabling the international animal science scientific community to meet the challenges and to move safely and successfully into the advanced information era. To this end, ICABGEH-20 has been focused on recent developments, as far as research on animal science aiming at protecting the environment and food safety. Thus, ICABGEH-2020 has achieved its main twofold objective: Firstly, the presentation of current research works in the field of animal science, and secondly, connecting the animal science community.
Prof. Dr. Hasan ÖNDER,
Dr. Maria DATTENA
Dr. Maria Dattena currently works at AGRIS, Sardegna, Italy as a Senior Researcher. Dr. Dattena does research in Animal Science. Their current project is 'sheepnet.'
Dr. Roswanira Abdul WAHAB
Dr. Roswanira Abdul WAHAB currently works at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johore, Malaysia as a Senior Lecturer. She worked as a research assistant at the Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Skudai, Johor between 1997 – 1998, then she worked as a research assistant at the University of Leicester, the United Kingdom between 1998 – 2000, then she worked as a tutor at the Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Skudai, Johor in 2005, then she worked as a lecturer at the Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Skudai, Johor, between 2006-2011. Her research interests are mainly focused on enzyme technology and biomass engineering. Hence, the studies done so far in this research group have been multidisciplinary, a melting-pot of biotechnology, protein chemistry, physical chemistry and bioinformatics. Her research work is focused on enzymes such as lipases, β-glucosidases and cellulases, whereby all works on these enzymes complement current projects on biomass engineering. She has envisioned that the abundant Malaysian oil palm agricultural wastes could potentially be turned into value-added products while simultaneously minimizing unwanted passive dumping of such wastes. Another interest of her is working on developing green fingerprint visualization technology using biotechnological-based novel methods. The protocol for visualizing fingerprints for forensic applications recently developed in the is now undergoing the process of the patent application, awaiting endorsement by the Faculty. Although the method proposed recently is still in its infancy, the results have been encouraging and even surpass current techniques used by forensic experts. Most importantly, the protocol proposed in her work is considerably safer and probably more cost-effective. Her research resulted in over 180 journal articles and several books and according to Google Scholar, her total citations are 2054.
Dr. Abdul CHAUDHRY
Dr. Abdul Shakoor Chaudhry has conducted research, teaching, and engagement at the universities of Newcastle, Queensland, Bristol, Cambridge, and Faisalabad. He has initiated, managed, and completed numerous research and training projects. These projects were funded by different Feed and Biotechnology companies, National & International Governments, Charitable trusts, Research Bodies, World (Asian) and Islamic Development Banks and Universities etc. His research has mainly focused on the role of foods in either sustaining or improving animal performance in various situations. Dr. Chaudhry was able to develop non-invasive Bio-Molecular methods to test the quality of animal foods in supplying essential nutrients to various animals at different stages of their growth and development. Dietary manipulation to reduce pollution from farm animals has also been a vital area of his research. He has coordinated 2 International training programmes in Australia (1996-98) and 3 Higher Education Links here at Newcastle (2002-5 & 2007-10). Moreover, he leads British Council & HEC funded INSPIRE and TNE projects jointly with colleagues at GCUF (2011-18). Recently, his research with 'spices to modify methane' has received huge media attention. His invited interviews with CNN's Connect the World, BBC Look North, many BBC radios, New Zealand radio and many print and electronic papers are a few examples of the impact of his research. Search the INTERNET for 'sheep and spices' to view 100's of news items as a reflection of the societal & sustainable relevance of his research for the UK and worldwide.
Dr. Zeynel CEBECI