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    Tentative Program for 5th Sustainable Phosphorus
    Summit 2016 (SPS-5 2016)


    August 16 (Tuesday)
    14:00 - 21:00 Registration
    18:30 - 21:00 Dinner


    August 17 (Wednesday)
    9:00-9:20 Opening Ceremony
      Chair: Fusuo Zhang
    Welcome address by:
    Governor (Yunnan Province, China)
    Prof. Bingsheng Ke (President of China Agricultural University, China)
    Mr. Wenxue Zhang (President of Yuntianhua Group, China)
    Prof. Pamela Matson (Stanford University, Fellow of the National Academy of Science of US)


    Plenary lectures
    Chair: Fusuo Zhang
    9:20-9:50 Plenary 1:Peter Vitousek (Stanford University, US) & Gabriel Maltais-Landry (University of British Columbia, Canada): N-P input stoichiometry as a constraint to sustainable use of P
    9:50-10:20 Plenary 2:Pedro A. Sanchez (Columbia University, US): Is phosphorus a renewable resource?
    10:20-10:50 Coffee break and poster presentations


    Session 1: P Resource and Biogeochemical Cycling
    Chairs: Jianbo Shen & Paul Withers
    10:50-11:20 Keynote 1:James Elser (Arizona State University, US): These are "the best of times, the worst of times": the latest news from the NSF P Sustainability Research Coordination Network (P RCN) and the North American Partnership for Phosphorus Sustainability (NAPPS)
    11:20-11:50 Keynote 2:Federica Tamburini (ETH Zurich, Switzerland): Studying the P cycle in the terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems with oxygen stable isotopes
    11:50-12:10 Oral 1:Minpeng Chen (Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences): Global P flows: A dynamic perspective
    12:10-13:30 Lunch
     
    Session 2: P Mining and Fertilizer Technology
    Chairs: James Elser & Jianchu Xu
    13:30-14:00 Keynote 1:Gerald Steiner (Danube University Krems, Austria): Developments and efficiency considerations in phosphate rock mining
    14:00-14:30 Keynote 2:Michel Prud'Homme (IFA, France): Trends in global phosphate supply
    14:30-14:50 Oral 1:Xiucheng Xu (Zhengzhou University, China): Patterns of phosphorus resources utilization in Yuntianhua group-Zhengzhou University
    14:50-15:10 Oral 2:Xuedong Ye (Chinese Association of Phosphorus Fertilizer Industry, China): Status quo of phosphogypsum comprehensive utilization in China
    15:10-15:30 Oral 3:Bruene Cremer (ICL Fertilizer Europe, Israel): ICL-closing the P2O5 loop
    15:30-16:00 Coffee break and poster presentations


    Session 3: P Use in China
    Chairs: Lixing Yuan & Philippe Hinsinger
    16:00-16:30 Keynote 1:Yufen Zhao (Xiamen University, China): Phosphorus chemistry and sustainable life on Earth
    16:30-16:50 Oral 1:Weiming Shi (Institute of Soil Science, CAS): Phosphorus accumulation in intensive agricultural field in China and its environmental impact
    16:50-17:10 Oral 2:Jianbo Shen (China Agricultural University, China): Phosphorus mobilization and efficient use in intensive cropping systems in China
    17:10-17:30 Oral 3:Hong Liao (Fujian Agriculture & Forestry University, China) Phosphorus promotes nitrogen nutrition through modifications to root architecture and nodulation in soybean
    17:30-17:50 Oral 4:Lixing Yuan (China Agricultural University, China): Enhancing phosphorus uptake efficiency through QTLs-based selection for root architecture in maize (Zea mays L.)
    17:50-18:10 Oral 5:Xin Liu (Nanjing University, China): Dynamics of phosphorus cycling in China
    18:10-19:30 Dinner
    19:30-21:30 Roundtables and Workshops on P sustainability
    Chair: Yonglong Lu
    (Suriya Narayanan / Paul Withers / Thomas Nesme / James Elser / Michael
    Obersteiner / Dana Cordell / Jianbo Shen / Haigang Li / Gang Pan)
    Annual meeting of the on-going P project by Natural Science
      Foundation of China: P fertilizer development strategy in China

    Chair: Yufen Zhao

    August 18 (Thursday)
    Session 4. Sustainable P Use in Agriculture
    Chairs: Thomas Nesme & Hong Liao
    8:30-9:00 Keynote 1:Paul Withers (Bangor University, UK): Managing phosphorus to achieve the sustainable intensification of agriculture
    9:00-9:30 Keynote 2:Zed Rengel (University of Western Australia, Australia): Farming most P-impoverished soils on the planet: case study of Australia
    9:30-10:00 Keynote 3:Philippe Hinsinger (INRA UMR, France): Phosphorus availability and bioavailability in soils - a key and a clue
    10:00-10:20 Oral 1:Tom Bruulsema (IPNI, Canada): Performance metrics for the role of phosphorus in sustainable intensification of agriculture
    10:20-10:50 Coffee break and poster presentations
    10:50-11:10 Oral 2:Shin-ichiro Mishima (National Institute for Agro-Environmental Sciences, Japan): Changes of phosphorus fertilization, yielding and stock in farmland soils in Japan from 1980 to 2010
    11:10-11:30 Oral 3:Philip White (The James Hutton Institute, UK): Physiological and genetic factors affecting phosphorus use efficiency of potato
    11:30-11:50 Oral 4:Susanne Schmidt (University of Queensland, Australia): A role of organic phosphorus for plant nutrition
    11:50-12:10 Oral 5:Martin Blackwell (Rothamsted Research, UK): Effectiveness of a novel compound fertiliser/soil improver derived from abattoir waste and impure industrial chemicals: results of grass and wheat trials
    12:10-13:30 Lunch


    Session 5: P Recovery and Reuse
    Chairs: Zed Rengel & Weiming Shi
    13:30-14:00 Keynote 1:Ludwig Hermann (Outotec GmbH, Germany): Challenges and opportunities for nutrient recycling in a circular economy lessons learned in Europe
    14:00-14:30 Keynote 2:Kazuyo Matsubae (Tohoku University, Japan): Resource logistics of phosphorus focusing on the demand and supply structure in Asia
    14:30-15:00 Keynote 3:Willem Schipper (Willem Schipper Consulting, The Netherlands): A comparison of recycling technologies of P
    15:00-15:20 Oral 1:Hisao Ohtake (Waseda University, Japan): Industrial considerations of phosphorus use for redefining the sustainable value chain based on recycling
    15:20-15:40 Oral 2:Becker Gero (Hohenheim University, Germany): Phosphorus reclamation conversion of sewage sludge to fuel and fertilizer
    15:40-16:10 Coffee break and poster presentations
    16:10-16:30 Oral 3:Yaoji Li & Yongqing Guo (Yunnan Phosphate Chemical Group Co., Ltd, China): Effects of phosphorus feed additives on animal productivity and phosphorus composition in manure
    16:30-16:50 Oral 4:Rob de Ruiter (Ecophos, The Netherlands): Change your mind about phosphorus: high quality products from low quality rock or urban waste
    16:50-17:10 Oral 5:Tiequan Zhang (Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Canada): Assessing phosphorus loss in surface runoff and tile drainage with P-based liquid and solid cattle manure application
    17:10-18:10 Panel Discussion on Industrial P Technology and Re-use
    Chairs: Ludwig Hermann & Bruene Cremer
    (Rob de Ruiter
    -Ecophos / Ludwig Hermann-Outotec /
    Willem Schipper-
    Willem Schipper Consulting / Bruene Cremer-ICL /
    Tom Bruulsema
    -IPNI / Tao Zhang-CAU)
    18:10-18:40 Poster presentations
    19:00-20:30 Banquet


    August 19 (Friday)
    Session 6: Holistic P Flow and Efficiency
    Chairs: Zhengxia Dou & Philip White
    8:30-9:00 Keynote 1:Oene Oenema (Wageningen UR, The Netherlands): International trade of food and feed and the need for manure and waste treatment and trade
    9:00-9:30 Keynote 2:Thomas Nesme (University of Bordeaux, France): Indicators and tools for holistic food chain design
    9:30-10:00 Coffee break and poster presentations
    10:00-10:20 Oral 1:David Vaccari (Stevens Institute of Technology, US): A substance flow model for global phosphorus: sensitivity to interventions for conservation
    10:20-10:40 Oral 2:Lin Ma (Institute of Genetic and Developmental Biology, CAS): Sustainable pathway of phosphorus management in the food systems of China
    10:40-11:00 Oral 3:Shenghui Cui (Institute of Urban Environment, CAS): Resource footprint and environmental effect of phosphorus metabolism in anthroposphere


    Session 7. Environment Sustainability and Management Strategies
    Chairs: Philip Haygarth & Oene Oenema
    11:00-11:30 Keynote 1:Dana Cordell (University of Technology Sydney, Australia): Policy tools and frameworks for phosphorus security
    11:30-12:00 Keynote 2:Michael Obersteiner (International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Austria): Governing P within a wider SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) framework
    12:00-13:30 Lunch
    13:30-14:00 Keynote 3:Philip Haygarth (Lancaster University, UK): Fluxes of phosphorus from soil to water and implications for sustainability
    14:00-14:20 Oral 1:Marco Roelcke (Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany): Soil P status and organic residue management options in a Chinese peri-urban region with high livestock densities
    14:20-14:40 Oral 2:Jiechen Wu (China Agricultural University, China): Systems perspectives on modelling and managing future phosphorus flows in urban area: case studies in Stockholm, Sweden
    14:40-15:00 Oral 3:Zhengxia Dou (University of Pennsylvania, US)鐚Phosphorus: from feeds to feces to soils and potentially water bodies
    15:00-15:20 Oral 4:Gang Pan (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China; Nottingham Trent University, UK): Using pollutant phosphorus as resources for sustainable ecological restoration and food chain reconstruction in eutrophic water systems
    15:20-15:50 Coffee break and poster presentations
    15:50-16:10 Oral 5:Jianchu Xu (Kunming Institute of Botany, CAS): Agroforestry: new opportunities for phosphorus pollution management and ecological restoration
    16:10-17:10 Panel Discussion on P Governance and Policy
    Chairs: Arnoud Passenier & Dana Cordell
    17:10-17:40 Closing remarks: Philippe Hinsinger & Fusuo Zhang
    18:00-20:00 Dinner


    August 20 (Saturday):
    7:30-12:30 Post-P summit tour: Field Tour to Explore P Industrial Chain from Mining to Fertilizer, organized by Yuntianhua Group
    12:30-13:30 Return to hotel
    13:30-14:30 Lunch

     

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