Venue: Aulan, Alnarpsgården (programmet streamas fram till kl 16.10/the program will be streamed until 16.10 o'clock)
13.00-13.15 Welcome, What happened during 2019 and how does the future look like)
Dean Håkan Schroeder, Pro-Dean Karl Lövrie and Faculty Director Margit Nothnagl
13.15-13.45 Food for a healthy life and planet – what to eat?
Elinor Hallström (RISE, Lund)
Elinor is a nutritionist and researcher at RISE within the field of sustainable nutrition.
13.45-14.30 ”Our food today, tomorrow and beyond”
Pitch-presentations from the Departments at the Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop Production Science:
- Future fruits, Kimmo Rumpunen – Department of Plant Breeding Kimmo is a researcher and plant breeder responsible for breeding of apples, black currants and sea buckthorn. Kimmo has a great interest in plant domestication and healthy food innovation from plant to product, especially with a focus on drinks.
- A fly in the soup – IPM on the menu, Johan Stenberg - Department of Plant Protection Biology
Johan is a professor of integrated plant protection. His research concerns eco-evolutionary optimization of integrated pest and pollinator management in food crop systems.
- Are vegetables always healthy? Lars Mogren - Department of Biosystems and Technology
Lars is researcher in the group Microbial Horticulture. His main research focus is how production conditions affect vegetable quality.
- Early memories influence future food choices! Elisabeth von Essen, Department of Work Science, Business Economics and Environmental Psychology
Elisabeth is a researcher in mental health and food and a licensed psychotherapist. Her research is about how food choices, cooking and meal situations can be a way to deal with inner psychological conflicts and desires, and how food is used as a means to deal with various emotional and interpersonal situations and contribute to long-term sustainability and psychological development. Of particular interest is organic and vegetarian / vegan food.
- Food culture and sustainable spatial planning. A Master's program proposal, Ingrid Sarlöv Herlin – Department of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Management
Ingrid is a professor of Landscape Planning. Her cross-disciplinary work covers integrated planning of sustainable landscapes; the relationship between food and landscapes, policy tools for landscape planning, landscape character assessment; landscape identity and drastic landscape changes; landscape ecology and cultural heritage of landscapes.
- Urban and Circular Food Production, Daniel Bergquist - Department of Urban and Rural Development
Daniel is a researcher in landscape architecture, and coordinator in a project at SLU Future Food and SLU Urban Futures, in the area of Food and Cities. His research interests cover interdisciplinary sustainability assessment, regenerative design, urban planning and sustainable food systems.
14.30-14.40 Ask not what food can do for SLU – ask what SLU can do for food, Vice-dean Lena Ekelund Axelson
Lena’s research includes horticultural economics, ranging from market and marketing, to business and strategy, with a focus on competition; between firms and between different regions and systems. In particular, studies on fruit and vegetables have comprised consumer attitudes and behavior. Sustainable food and tasty tomatoes are her special interests.
15.10-15.40 Tareq Taylor talks about climate-smart food and health
Tareq is one of Sweden's most prominent chefs. Tareq won the Chef's Fight 2017 (TV4) and was awarded the Best Malmö Ambassador the same year. Tareq has written many cookbooks and often gives lectures around the country. He runs restaurant and food studio Kockeriet in Malmö, Paul Taylor Lanthandel in Stockholm and the online restaurant Maten é completed in Lund.
15.40-16.10 Panel discussion (Erik Alexandersson – facilitator)