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Published on March 20, 2008

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Slide1:  2001 17th International Congress of Nutrition Final Report Slide2:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) Heurigen Evening Reception by the Mayor of Vienna Opening Ceremony Slide3:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) Welcome Cocktail President‘s Dinner Slide4:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) Statements during the Opening Ceremony Slide5:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) Participant‘s Origin Worldwide Slide6:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) 3556 Participants coming from 113 countries with top participation from Japan (458 participants) USA (279 part.) Austria (264 part.) UK (197 part.) Germany (171 part.) Brazil (140 part.) Slide7:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) Participant‘s Origin Regions Slide8:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) Slide9:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) Requests for funding, financial support, travel bursary: 89 individuals requested financial support in advance, coming from Bangladesh, Benin, Brazil, Cuba, Czech Republic, Egypt, India, Iran, Kenya, Pakistan, Philippines, Poland, PR China, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, and others 81 individuals applied for a travel bursary, coming from Australia, Bangladesh, Benin, Brazil, Cameroon, Chile, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Iran, Kenya, Malaysia, Mexico, Micronesia, Nigeria, Philippines, Poland, South Africa, Tunisia, United Kingdom, USA, and others 70 individuals applied for the Young Investigator Award, coming from Australia, Austria, Brazil, Cameroon, France, Germany, India, Iran, Japan, Nigeria, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, USA, and others Slide10:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) IUNS Young Investigator Bursary The following persons received the bursary: Nadja Benajiba, Marocco Rachida Chabir, Marocco Angela De Silva, Sri Lanka Moutairou Egounlety, Benin Tatiana El-Bacha, Brazil Farnaz Khoshnevisan, Iran Rohana Jalil, Malaysia Anselimo Makokha, Kenya Renata Martucci, Brazil Purnim Menon, USA Ruchira Naved, Bangladesh Detty Nurdiati, India Aarinola Ojo, Benin Junichi Okumura, Japan Jeani Sengwana, South Africa Ashok Kumar Shrestha, Australia Nonzwakazi Sogavla, South Africa Jannett Torres, Phillipines Lei Wang, China Kun Zhu, Australia Slide11:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) Full Registrations, Free Registrations, Students – Some Statistics Type n total registrations, advanced 1500 registrations, late 706 2206 registrations student registrations, advanced 367 student registrations, late 123 490 students free registrations 466 free registrations for UN org‘s 29 495 free registrations members of Austria Nutrition Society 35 student members of societies 33 68 society members press registrations 80 50% reduced registrations 85 exhibitor registrations 38 1-day registrations 94 3556 participants accompanying persons, advanced 211 accompanying persons, late 65 276 accompanying p. Slide12:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) IUNS International Nutrition Award In memoriam: Rajammal P Devadas, Avinashilingam Trust and Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women, Coimbatore, India Slide13:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) Poster Prizes (supported by Procter & Gamble) were awarded to: Santosh Jain Passi, India Antonio de Padua Carneiro Almeida, Brazil Aedin Cassidy, United Kingdom Teresa Ochoa Rivera, Mexico Eva Perez, South Africa Rohana Abdul Jalil, Malaysia Lindi Sibeko, Canada Claude Lutton, France DO Kennedy, Japan Patricia Boulos, France Slide14:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) Proceedings due to technical problems still in process publication is planned for fall 2002 publication will be in Forum Nutrition, Vol 56, Karger Publishers, Basel, Switzerland, ISBN 3–8055–7381–2 hard cover book of appr. 500 pages, including all statements, plenary lectures, special lectures, and keynote lectures check announcements on the congress web-site (still online) or at www.karger.ch Slide15:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) variable expenses for congress participants and accompanying persons 29.0 other 1.5 insurance 0.9 invited speakers 16.4 rentals 27.7 social program 7.4 promotion 0.4 postage 2.6 staff 3.5 scientific secretariat 4.3 printing 5.8 congress material 0.6 E X P E N S E S sponsoring 25.6 exhibition 4.8 accompanying persons 1.7 congress fees 66.8 I N C O M E total budget: 1,503,423 EURO (1,511,391 USD or 15,293,060 ZAR) Slide16:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) Closing Ceremony Slide17:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) List of Sponsors Slide18:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) Congress News Slide19:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) MEET THE STUDENTS Special occasion for the student participants to meet and enjoy music and dancing in the baroque building of the University of Vienna 300 students used this occasion for cultural exchange Slide20:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) Meeting Point/Room: Meeting Points and Rooms for smaller groups (up to 40 participants) were available throughout the entire congress for adhoc and closed meetings Slide21:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) Technical Equipment server slide center scientific secretariat lecture halls Local area network for the administration and central control of PowerPoint presentations, announcements to all participants, and general administration services for participants (receipts, confirmations, etc.) Slide22:  17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001 (ICN2001) Scientific Contributions 7 Plenary Lectures 9 Special Lectures 2 Debates 216 Keynote Lectures 481 Oral Communications 2108 Posters

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