Keynote Speakers

Helen Jarvie, NERC Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, UK: "Back to the Future: Historical Phosphorus Fluxes, Legacies, and Water-Quality Management" (Opening session)
Susanna Kaasinen, Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission (HELCOM): "Towards Sustainable Phosphorus Management in the Baltic Sea Region" (Opening session)
Ellery D. Ingall, Georgia Institute of Technology: "Nature and Dynamics of Marine Dissolved Organic Phosphorus" (Theme 1: Phosphorus cycles and fluxes in the environment)
Emmanuel Frossard, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich (ETHZ): "How Much Phosphorus Do Our Agroecosystems Really Need?" (Theme 2: Sufficiency and efficiency of phosphorus utilization)
Christian Kabbe, Berlin Centre of Competence for Water: "Circular Economy - Challenges and Opportunities for Phosphorus Recycling" (Theme 3: Phosphorus recycling: technologies and product applications)
Christian Müller, Freie Universität Berlin: "Recent Developments in the Chemistry of Low-Coordinate Phosphorus Heterocycles" (Theme 4: Syntheses of and with phosphorus-containing compounds)
Barbara Cade-Menun, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada: "Phosphorus research and 31P-NMR spectroscopy: Current knowledge and future directions" (Theme 5: The development of advanced phosphorus analysis methods)
Susanne Stoll-Kleemann, University of Greifswald: "Meat consumption, Human Behaviour and Phosphorus" (Theme 6: From knowledge to action: P-related issues in politics and society)