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    STSMs 2016/2017

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    Expert Judgement Workshop, 26th August 2016

    An expert judgement workshop is being held at the University of Strathclyde on Friday 26th August!

    Food safety and food security workshop

    Session 1

    Simon French Introduction to Structured Expert Judgement: history, notable uses and methodologies

    Olaf Mosbach EFSA’s experience to introduce and use Expert Knowledge Elicitation in administrative risk assessments

    John Ingram A Food Systems approach to Food Safety

    Session 2 

    Andrea Gross-Boskovic Food Safety Framework in Croatia with an accent on Risk Assessment – case study

    Cristina Silva Overview of Global Food Safety Issues – The role of Food Science and Technologists

    Charis Galanakis Challenges and Opportunities of the agri-food sector: the second life of wastes

    Emel Aktas Factors Driving Waste in the Food Supply Chain

    Session 3

    Andy Hart Food safety and uncertainty; what kinds of uncertainty are there, how can they be minimised, what is the role of elicitation and what uncertainties does that bring, how to communicate uncertainty to non-specialists, decision makers, government.

    Rachel Loopstra Food Insecurity from the household perspective in OECD countries

    Nicole Darmon Nutritional quality and carbon impact of diets in France: what have we learnt from nutritional epidemiology and diet modeling?

    Kitty Verhoeckx

    Jim / Martine Networking expert judgements for decision support

    Session 4

    Dietrich Knorr Food safety and food security aspects of emerging technologies

    Ann Nicholson Delphi expert elicitation of Bayesian networks

    Anca Hanea, Melbourne University CEBRA, developer (with Mark Burgman) Classical meets modern in the IDEA protocol for structured expert judgement

    Martine Barons & Anca Hanea An IDEA for pollinator abundance decision support

    Session 5

    Danny Williamson: Do we trust elicited prior judgement and, if not, what value can we extract from a Bayesian analysis?

    Kenisha Garnett: Using scenario planning methods to explore plausible, alternative future states of the UK Food system