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ARCHE Consulting will be present at the SETAC SciCon Online Meeting from 3 till 7 May 2020.

After careful consideration, the SETAC Europe Council has decided to host the SETAC Europe 30th Annual Meeting online. While we are disappointed that we will not be together in-person with our community this year, we are excited to accelerate the move toward more online interactions, which will ultimately help us reduce our carbon footprint and can fundamentally change the way we share and present our science.

It is our great pleasure to invite you to SETAC SciCon held on 3-7 May 2020 in the virtual space. We hope that you will enjoy plenty of good science as well as plenty of online interactions with presenters and delegates from across the world who all will gather in SETAC SciCon.

ARCHE Consulting will be giving several platform and poster presentations. An overview can be found below:

DateHourTypeTrackRoomTitleAuthorsSession
--Poster Only4.21-How to develop combined toxicological assessment for complex inorganic UVCBs: "Slags, Doré furnace" assessmentFederica Iaccino, Koen Oorts, Frederik Verdonck, Violaine VerougstraeteNew Developments in UVCB Risk Assessment
Monday
4 May
13:00-13:45 UTC Platform & Poster4.075Unexpected recovery and non-effects predicted with a mixture toxicity implementation in a population modelKarel Vlaeminck, Karel Viaene, Patrick Van Sprang, Karel De SchamphelaereEffect Modelling for Regulatory Environmental Risk Assessment: Current Applications and Future Directions
Monday
4 May
13:00-13:45 UTC Platform & Poster4.075Multiple individual-level toxicity effects on an Oncorhynchus mykiss population: synergy or one driving force?Sharon Janssen, Karel Viaene, Karel De SchamphelaereEffect Modelling for Regulatory Environmental Risk Assessment: Current Applications and Future Directions
Monday
4 May
13:00-13:45 UTC Platform & Poster4.075Developing a DEB-IBM to predict population level effects of Ni on the great pond snail, Lymnaea stagnalisKristi Weighmana, Karel Vlaeminck, Karel Viaene, Patrick Van Sprang, Karel De SchamphelaereEffect Modelling for Regulatory Environmental Risk Assessment: Current Applications and Future Directions
Monday
4 May
13:45-14:30 UTCPlatform & Poster2.101Development Of A Tiered Approach For Ecotoxicological Risk Assessment Of Abandoned Landfills And Dump SitesLeen Jansen, Marnix Vangheluwe, Tom Behets, Bart MeynsSoil Function and Biodiversity: Impacts and Resilience under Stressed Environments
Monday
4 May
17:00-17:30 UTCPoster Corner6.092Endocrine disruptor screening assessment of co-formulants in biocidal products - first experiences and development of an IT toolSabine NavisCurrent developments in the regulatory assessment of biocides in general and chemicals in the sediment compartment in particular (P)
Monday
4 May
17:00-17:30 UTCPoster Corner6.092Increasing the relevance of the emission scenario of Cu used as wood preservative with TICKET-UWMCharlotte Nys, Frederik Verdonck, Marnix VangheluweCurrent developments in the regulatory assessment of biocides in general and chemicals in the sediment compartment in particular (PC)
Tuesday
5 May
13:00-13:45 UTCPlatform & Poster4.042Ecological modelling in support of soil remediation in metal polluted nature areasKarel ViaeneBioremediation and Phytoremediation of contaminated ecosystems
Tuesday
5 May
13:45-14:30 UTCPoster3.025Advances in exposure and risk assessment of fertilizers under REACH: updates of the fertilizers environmental exposure (FEE) toolSabine NavisAdvances in exposure modelling: bridging the gap between research and application
Wednesday
6 May
15:45-16:30 UTCPlatform & Poster3.204EcoRelevance: Population modelling for metal risk assessmentKarel ViaeneSources, fate and effects of metals in the environment: advances in risk assessment, regulatory guidance, and remaining gaps
Wednesday
6 May
15:45-16:30 UTCPlatform & Poster3.204Integrating bioavailability of metals in fish population modelsSharon Janssen, Karel Viaene, Patrick Van Sprang, Karel De SchamphelaereSources, fate and effects of metals in the environment: advances in risk assessment, regulatory guidance, and remaining gaps

For more information please visit the SETAC Europe website.