Eventi 2024
16th International Symposium – Cytochrome P450 Biodiversity & Biotechnology

16th International Symposium – Cytochrome P450 Biodiversity & Biotechnology

Dates: 23-27 June 2024
Location: Torino, Italy

Additional information


Date

Sunday 23rd / Thursday 27th June,  2024

 


Venue

Opening Ceremony – 23 JUNE 2024
  • ACCADEMIA DELLE SCIENZE
    Via Accademia delle Scienze, 6
    10123 Torino (Italy)
Symposium –  24/27 JUNE 2024
  • TEATRO VITTORIA
    Via Antonio Gramsci, 4
    10123 Torino (Italy)

 


TEATRO VITTORIA

 


ACCADEMIA DELLE SCIENZE


 

 

 

 

  • Gianfranco Gilardi (Chair)
  • Gianluca Catucci
  • Danilo Correddu
  • Giovanna Di Nardo
  • Sheila Sadeghi
  • Silvia Castrignanò
  • Arianna Marucco

 

 

  • Cryle Max – AUS
  • de Voss James – AUS
  • Gillam Elizabeth – AUS
  • Bohlmann Joerg – CA
  • Plettner Erika – CA
  • PandeyAmit – CH
  • Qi Xiaoquan – CN
  • Zhenhua Liu – CN
  • Bernhardt Rita – DE
  • Urlacher Vlada – DE
  • Bak Søren – DK
  • Møller Birger – DK
  • Laursen Tomas – DK
  • Feyereisen René – LU
  • Werck-Reichhart Danièle – FR
  • Di Nardo Giovanna – IT
  • Gilardi Gianfranco – IT
  • Sadeghi Sheila – IT
  • Shingo Nagano – JP
  • Daisaku Ohta – JP
  • Masahiko Mizutani – JP
  • Toshiyuki Sakaki – JP
  • Osami Shoji – JP
  • Lamb David – UK
  • Kelly Steve – UK
  • Osbourn Anne – UK
  • Paine Mark – UK
  • Goldstone Jed – US
  • Peters Reuben – US
  • Stegeman John – US
  • Schuler Mary – US
  • Sligar Stephen – US

 

Topics covered
  1. Biodiversity and Evolution
  2. Ecology and Bioremediation
  3. Green Catalytic Processes
  4. P450 and non-P450 Cascade Reactions
  5. Bioengineering
  6. Microbial and Fungal P450s
  7. Plant and Insect P450s
  8. P450-mediated Dialogue between Organisms
  9. New Structural-Functional Insights
  10. Industrial Applications

 

Confirmed Speakers
  • Carlos Acevedo Rocha (DK) – Technical University of Denmark
  • Soren Bak (DK) – University of Copenhagen
  • Rita Bernhardt (DE) – University of Saarland
  • Joerg Bohlmann (CA) – University of British Columbia
  • Max Cryle (AUS) – Monash University
  • Denise Dearing (US) – University of Utah
  • James De Voss (AUS) – University of Queensland
  • Giovanna Di Nardo (IT) – University of Torino
  • Rudi Fasan (US) – University of Texas
  • Elisabeth Gillam (AUS) – University of Queensland
  • Jed Goldstone (US) – Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
  • Steven Kelly (UK) – Swansea University
  • David Lamb (UK) – Swansea University
  • Chang Jun Liu (US) – Brookhaven National Laboratory
  • Thomas Makris (US) – North Carolina State University
  • Masaharu Mizutani (JP) – Kobe University
  • Birger Moller (DK) – University of Copenhagen
  • Shingo Nagano (JP) – Tottori University
  • Raimund Nagel (DE) – University of Leipzig
  • David Nelson (US) – University Memphis TN
  • Diederik Opperman (SA) – University of the Free State
  • Mark Paine (UK) – Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
  • Amit Pandey (CH) – University of Bern
  • Peter Roy (CA) – University of Toronto
  • Sheila Sadeghi (IT) – University of Torino
  • Toshiyuki Sakaki (JP) – Toyama Prefectural University
  • Mary Schuler (US) – University of Illinois
  • Emily Scott (US) – University of Michigan
  • Stephen Sligar (US) – University of Illinois
  • Bartek Troczka (UK) – University of Exeter
  • Vlada Urlacher (DE) – Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf
  • Francesca Valetti (IT) – University of Torino
  • Takatoshi Wakabayashi (JP) – University of Tokyo
  • Eric Jian You Wang (SA) – King Abdullah University
  • Daniele Werck (FR) – CNRS, Strasbourg
  • Jianbin Yan (CN) – Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences
  • Liu Zhenhua (CN) – Shanghai Jiao Tong University

 

Sunday, 23 June  – Preliminary Programme

Venue:

Accademia delle Scienze
Via Accademia delle Scienze, 6 – 10123 Torino (Italy)

Monday, 24 June  – Preliminary Programme

Venue:

 

TEATRO VITTORIA 
Via Antonio Gramsci, 4 – 10123 Torino

 

 

Tuesday, 25 June  – Preliminary Programme

Venue:
TEATRO VITTORIA 
Via Antonio Gramsci, 4 – 10123 Torino

 

Wednesday, 26 June  – Preliminary Programme

Venue:
TEATRO VITTORIA 
Via Antonio Gramsci, 4 – 10123 Torino

26 June

 

 

 

Thursday, 27 June  – Preliminary Programme

Venue:
TEATRO VITTORIA 
Via Antonio Gramsci, 4 – 10123 Torino

 

 

Deadline for Abstracts:

15 April 2024

Abstracts submission;

Download the “Abstract Template”:   ABSTRACT_TEMPLATE-P450.doc

 

Please fill in the Registration form and upload the Abstract in .pdf format.
ONLY .PDF FORMAT WILL BE ACCEPTED

 

Click here for Registration & Abstract upload

 

Registration Fees

REGISTRATION FEES
EARLY FEE
LATE FEE
DAILY FEE
22% Italian VAT included
Before 5 April 2024
After 6 April 2024
  Full registration 470 €uro 600 €uro  /
  Young scientist (<35) 400 €uro 450 €uro  /
  PhD students 350 €uro 420 €uro  /
  Companies 550 €uro 700 €uro 300 €uro
  Social Dinner   60 €uro  /  /

 

The registration fee includes:
  • Admission to the scientific sessions
  • Access to the exhibition and posters
  • Welcome reception
  • Coffee breaks (according to programme)
  • Lunch breaks (according to programme)
  • Sightseeing tour

 

Cancellation & Refund Policy

All cancellation must be notified writing email to the Organizing Secretariat EVENTually according to the following conditions:

  • Before April 5th 2024: Refund of 50% of the fees paid
  • After April 6th 2024: No refund will be processed

 

Invoice

The registration fee can be invoiced to the individual participant or to the University/Company.

Please take note of the following in order to correctly fill out the online form:

Invoice to individual participant:
  • Please Enter your residential/private address and, if possible, also the tax code 
  • For Italians the tax code (CODICE FISCALE) or VAT number (PARTITA IVA) is MANDATORY
Invoice to University/Company:
  • Please enter the University/Company address
  • Is MANDATORY insert the tax code (P.IVA – VAT Number) of the University/Company
  • For Italians University/Company the SDI/CODICE UNIVOCO is MANDATORY for electronic invoicing (according to the Italian Fiscal Law)

Confirmation

The Organizing Secretariat EVENTually will send a confirmation by email to each participant upon receipt of payment.


Registration Form

PRE-REGISTRATION FORM ONLINE

 

 

 

 

Special rates for University of Torino visitors

Speciale rates for University of Torino visitors are available.

Hotels walking distance from the congress venue:

  • NH Collection Torino Piazza Carlina
    15 Piazza Carlo Emanuele II, 10123 Torino Italia
    Phone  +39 011 8601611 – nhcollectionpiazzacarlina@nh-hotels.com
    To obtain the discounted rate you must indicate that you are a Guest of the University of Turin.

  • Hotel Victoria
    4 Via Nino Costa ,10123 Torino Italia
    Phone  +39 011 5611909 – info@hotelvictoria-torino.com
    To obtain the discounted rate you must indicate that you are a Guest of the University of Turin.

Special rates for P450 Congress


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University Accommodation

EDISU Piemonte offers the participants the opportunity to stay in EDISU HALLS OF RESIDENCE.  EDISU Piedmont, Regional Agency for the Right to Education of Piedmont, has been created to foster the access and attendance to university studies in favour of capable and worthy students although without economic means. EDISU Piedmont arranges its own actions by offering services aimed to ease the studies, the attendance and the every day life for the students, whit the aim of reducing the inequality in access to university studies. Between the services, are included those granted by contest based on specific criteria defined by the appropriated notices of competition, and those arranged for all the students, such as the food services, the study halls and computer rooms  and further initiatives.

EDISU Piemonte provides its own Halls of Residence for the accommodation of the participants in congresses organized in the city of Turin .
The facilities are located in the city center or nearby, have rooms furnished with simplicity and taste but functional and comfortable, all equipped with free Internet wi-fi or LAN cable and phone (receive-only).

 

Owing to its position, Torino – easily reached by car, train or plane – is the natural connection point between the surrounding Alpine valleys and is where the major national and international communication routes converge. www.muoversinpiemonte.it

Five motorways come to the city via the ring road that runs along the north, west and south sides of the town:

– A4 Trieste-Venezia-Milano-Torino – www.autostrade.it
– T1/T2-A5 Tunnel Monte Bianco-Aosta-Torino – www.ativa.it – www.tunnelmb.com
– A6 Savona-Torino – www.autostrade.it
– A21 Piacenza-Torino – www.autostrade.it
– T4-A32 Tunnel Fréjus-Torino – www.sitaf.it – www.tunneldufrejus.com

There are a number of slip roads off the A55 ring road for the areas just outside the city (airport, Lingotto, Juventus Stadium, Rivoli, Venaria Reale, Stupinigi included); for the town centre, the main exits are Corso Regina Margherita (North) and Corso Allamano (South).
An extensive road network connects Torino with the province and, from there, to the main national and trans-European roads:
SS 10 Monselice (Pd)-Torino
SS 11 Venezia-Torino
SS 20 Ventimiglia-Col di Tenda (Cn)-Torino
SS 23 France-Sestriere-Torino
SS 24 France-Cesana Torinese-Torino
SS 25 France-Colle del Moncenisio-Torino
SS 26 France/Switzerland-Aosta-Torino

Torino is a very important railway junction, especially for fast connections throughout Italia and part of Europe on the Lyon-Paris line with the trains Frecciarossa, Frecciabianca, Italo and TGV.
There are five stations in town, two of them international (Porta Nuova and Porta Susa) while three are mainly for local transport and the metropolitan rail service (SFM):
Porta Nuova – Corso Vittorio Emanuele II 53
Porta Susa – Corso Bolzano
Lingotto – Via Pannunzio 1
Stura – Corso Romania 501
Rebaudengo Fossata – Via Fossata

The trains to/from the airport (and then going on to the Valli di Lanzo) and to Alto Canavese are provided by GTT-Gruppo Torinese Trasporti departing from the stations:
Dora – Via Giachino
Porta Susa – Corso Bolzano

For information and timetables of trains:
Trenitalia – www.trenitalia.com
NTV – Italo – www.italotreno.it
GTT – SFM – www.sfmtorino.it
SNCF – TGV – www.tgv-europe.com/it

Here are many links connecting the main cities in Italia and abroad with Torino.
For information on routes, prices and timetables:
www.busradar.it
www.comparabus.it

Autostazione EXTRA.TO
Corso Bolzano/Via Grattoni-Torino – www.extrato.it

Autostazione Terminal Bus
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II 131h – www.autostazionetorino.it

In Torino trains, buses, taxis and car hire are available for everyone, from those in wheelchairs to mums with buggies.
www.turismabile.it

From the Airport

In the airport complex, on the “Arrivals” floor, taxis and hire car firms can easily be found; Torino can also be reached by train and bus.

By Train
The SFMA railway line connects the airport with the Dora GTT in 19 minutes, from where it is possible to reach Porta Susa, the underground and the city centre. Once the “Integrated Ticket B”, costing €3.00, has been stamped, it is usable for 120 minutes on SFMA, the underground, and the GTT urban and suburban network. All tickets can be bought at the ticket office in the Arrivals hall, the Airport and Dora GTT stations, and at bars and tobacconists showing the GTT sign.
GTT – SFM – www.sfmtorino.it

By Bus
The journey time for the bus service between the airport and Torino centre is about 45 minutes, stopping at Porta Susa and Porta Nuova. Tickets cost €7.00
ARRIVA – https://torino.arriva.it/

By Taxi
Taxis are available outside the Arrivals hall and reach the centre of Torino in about 30 minutes, for a cost of approximately € 40,00. TAXI TORINO – www.taxi-torino.it

Car Hire
The main car hire companies can be found at the airport: their offices are located in the Arrivals hall and inside the tunnel of the multi-storey car park.

A transport service is available for the disabled between the airport and city: the vehicles are found on the Arrivals floor in an easily accessible reserved area. Passengers wishing to use this service should contact the free-phone number shown at least 48 hours in advance (9am-1pm / 2pm-3pm).
800.514999 – www.aeroportoditorino.it

The city of Torino also has direct daily bus services to the Intercontinental Airport “Malpensa 2000” (about 100km). – ARRIVA – https://torino.arriva.it/

 

 

10 Good reasons to visit Torino

Lively and elegant, always in movement, nonetheless Torino is incredibly a city set in the heart of verdant areas: gently resting on the hillside and enclosed by the winding course of the River Po, it owes much of its charm to its enchanting location at the foot of the western Alps, watched over by snowy peaks.

The first Capital of Italia invites you to discover its ancient and modern history, the palaces and museums, the parks and tree-lined avenues, the river and the hills, the restaurants and historic coffee houses, the long colonnaded streets and the multiethnic neighbourhoods, the great events and the many little pleasures which have always made it unique, in a balance between the rational Roman town layout, the measured pomp of Piemonte baroque and the originality of the modern and contemporary architecture.

Torino must be discovered step by step strolling along its streets and piazzas; mostly, it has to be lived, for a week end or for more days. That is why there are some things by all means “to see”, “to do”, “to taste” and “to know”.

  1. OVER 40 MUSEUMS FOR A REMARKABLE VISIT
  2. THE ROYAL RESIDENCES DECLARED A WORLD HERITAGE SITE BY UNESCO
  3. TWO THOUSAND YEARS OF ARCHITECTURE AND CONTEMPORARY DESIGN 
  4. IMPORTANT CHURCHES, PLACES OF WORSHIP AND THE MYSTERY OF THE HOLY SHROUD
  5. CONTEMPORARY ART IN ALL ITS FORMS
  6. THE EXCELLENCE OF “MADE IN TORINO
  7. SHOPPING BY DAY, THROUGH 18 KM OF PORTICOES, AND EMOTIONS BY NIGHT
  8. THE CAPITAL OF TASTE, CHOCOLATE AND APERITIFS
  9. A CITY FEATURING GREEN SPACES, WATER AND SPORTS
  10. THE CITY WHICH HOUSES LEONARDO DA VINCI’S SELF-PORTRAIT


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The Torino Metropoli area consists of the urban area of the city with its outer areas bordered by what has always been historically known as the Corona delle Delizie – the crown or ring of “delights” formed by the Royal Residences dotted around the outside of the city.

The biggest attraction is the city of Turin itself with all its cultural offers: museumssites and monumentscontemporary artmajor eventsindustrial tourism and the Royal Residencessituated in the town centre and the metropolitan area. And then, not forgetting the food and wine offer.

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SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

Scientific & Organizing Local Committee

Scientific & Organizing Local Committee:

Email P450-Torino-2024@unito.it

 

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