The commission is a COMCOF (Commissions, Committees and Federations) of the International Union of Microbiological Societies (IUMS) and established in 1990.
The aims of the Commission are
- to improve and standardise methods for isolation, enumeration and identification of fungi in foods;
- to promote studies of the mycological ecology of foods and commodities;
- to interact with regulatory bodies, both national and international, concerning standards for mycological quality in foods and commodities;
- to support regional initiatives in this area.
The Commission further aims to extend understanding of the principles and methodology of food mycology in the scientific community by publishing its findings, and by sponsoring meetings, specialist workshops, courses and sessions dealing with aspects of its work.
The 2019 ICFM Workshop on “Food- and Airborne Fungi – Challenges for Food Safety and Supply” will be organized in the cozy surroundings of Freising, a traditional Bavarian city in Germany.
June 03 - 05, 2019.
The meeting is open to participants from academia and industries. Current research will be presented as oral or poster presentations.
Venue: Pallotti Haus Freising, Freising, Germany
For registration and more information of the meeting in 2019 click here