Schedule at a Glance

Simultaneous translation in Portuguese and Spanish will be available.

Sunday  |  Monday  |  Tuesday  

 

Sunday, June 7

1400 - 1700   
Global Pest Management Coalition Meeting

1500 - 1800
Registration

1800 - 1930
Welcome Reception

Monday, June 8

0700 - 1600
Registration

0830 – 0850   
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Andrew Chan, President, SPMA; Vasili Tsoutouras, President, FAOPMA; Chris Gorecki, President, NPMA; Henry Mott, President, CEPA

0850 – 1015   
Harnessing 21st Century Technology to Promote Better Pest Control, Communication and Environmental Stewardship?
Chow-Yang Lee, Ph.D., University of California ?

1015 - 1030    
Refreshment Break 
Sponsored by

 

1030 - 1130
Meeting Global Client Expectations in the 21st Century?
Dan Baldwin Terminix International; Anthony O’Donovan Tesco

1130 - 1200
Challenges Facing Pest Management Professionals Servicing Today’s Food Industry
Mirko Baraga, (Argentina)

1200 - 1300
Networking Lunch
Sponsored by

1300 - 1345
Challenges Facing Pest Management Professionals Servicing Today’s Food Industry?
Jerry Hu, Ph.D., Aardwolf, Pestkare (S) Pte Ltd; Tomoki Sumino, Earth Chemicals

1345 - 1445
Artificial Intelligence Applications for Pest Management 
Peter Trotman, Pest Pulse; Junichiro Katayama Semco Co

1445 - 1515
Refreshment Break
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1515 - 1615
Integrating Pest Management Technologies into Food Protection Programs
Foong-Kuan Foo, PhD, AntiCimex; Hiang-Hao Chan, PhD Rentokil Singapore

1630 - 1730
Technological Impacts on Food Safety Audits and Regulation 
Dave Lilly, Ecolab; Bill Simos, HACCP International; Jim Fredericks, NPMA

1800 - 2100
Reception
Join us for an evening with fun entertainment and networking to celebrate World Pest Day!

Tuesday, June 9

0830 - 1330
Registration

0830 - 0900     
Opening Remarks

Sponsored by

0900 - 1000  
Challenges from Climate Change Influenced by Temperature on the Quality of Pest Control ?
Partho Dhang, Philippines 

1000 - 1030
Refreshment Break
Sponsored by

 

1030 - 1100  
Large-Scale Vector Surveillance Program and Management of Vector-Borne Diseases?
Qiyong Liu, Ph.D., Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Beijing; Claudia Riegel, Ph.D., New Orleans Mosquito, Termite and Rodent Control Board

1115 - 1200
Technology Applications for Managing Mosquito Populations 
Lee-Ching Ng, Ph.D., National Environment Agency, Singapore; Gene White, Rentokil 

1200 - 1300
Networking Lunch

1300 - 1345
Understanding the Need for Industry Stewardship to Sustain Important Pest Control Products for the Future
Alan Buckle, Ph.D., Campaign for Responsible Rodenticide Use 

1345 - 1430
Rat Monitoring in Urban Environments Using Technological Advances in Remote Monitoring 
Rajesh Balan, Ph.D., Singapore Management University; Claudia Riegel, Ph.D., New Orleans Mosquito, Termite and Rodent Control Board