The Scientific Committee

Patrick Boulanger

Historian, Director of the Cultural Review Marseille, former President-Director of the Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters of Marseille, Advisor to the Cultural Policy of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Marseille Provence, former Curator of the Museum of Marine and Economy of Marseille, Κnight of the National Order of Arts and Letters

Milena Bucar-Miklavcic

Head of laboratory at Science and Research Center ZRS (in the field of olive oils and Mediterranean agriculture) of Koper. Head of Slovene National Olive Council, Head of numerous national, bilateral and international research projects

Konstantinos Giakoumis

Ph.D. in Byzantine, Ottoman & Modern Greek Studies, Associate Professor of Art History and World Civilizations POLIS University, Tirana

Sonia Mlayah Hamzaoui

Institute of Cultural Heritage of Tunisia, Responsible for Collections and Research Dr. in Sociology of Food, Nutritionist

Dr Noureddine Ouazzani

Founder and Manager of ‘Agropole Olivier’, Competence Center for the Development and Promotion of the Olive Oil Sector, Professor ENA / University Agriculture of Meknes

Dott. Sergio Campanella

Expert of Integrated Sustainable Development and Territorial Innovation
Director Local Action Group “Eloro” (Eloro LAG / GAL Eloro)

Ana Maria Romero

President of the Spanish Association of Olive Tree Municipalities (AEMO), president of the Mediterranean Olive Oil Cities Network (RECOMED)

Antonio J.M. Silva

Integrated researcher and member of the Scientific Committee of the Centro de Estudos em Arqueologia, Artes e Ciências do Património – University of Coimbra (CEAACP). Associated expert of the PhD School « Food Heritage, Cultures and Identities » – University of Coimbra (FLUC), Collaborator of the UNESCO Chair in Intangible Heritage and Traditional Know-How: Linking Heritage – University of Evora (CIDEHUS), Member of the international network ‘Food heritage of the Lusophony’ (DIAITA)

Françoise Tondre

Vice-President of the Federation of Conservatories of Natural Spaces, formerly responsible for Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe (Strasbourg)

Indio Vignes

Graduated in management of cultural landscapes by the DYCLAM Consortium, Jean Monnet University of St-Etienne, Museum, Natural History of Paris (France), Polytechnic Institute of Tomar (Portugal), Federico II University of Naples (Italy) – Director of Historical Heritage of the city of Laguna, Santa Catarina, Independent architecture-heritage researcher

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