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ICUP 2022 Programme 18-3 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
6/26/2022 6/27/2022 6/28/2022 6/29/2022
8:00   BREEFING FOR MODERATORS BREEFING FOR MODERATORS WORKSHOP BREEFING FOR MODERATORS
 
8:30 REGISTRATION/HELP DESK REGISTRATION/HELP DESK REGISTRATION/HELP DESK
 
9:00 PLENARY SESSION PLENARY SESSION
 
9:30 OPENING CEREMONY

PARALLEL SESSIONS 4



COMPLEMENTARY TECHNOLOGY BED BUGS

SESSION 1 Workshop



PARALLEL SESSIONS 7



CHEMICAL CONTROL BLACK FLIES BED BUGS
 
10:00 PLENARY SESSION
 
10:30 COFFEE BREAK COFFEE BREAK COFFEE BREAK
 
11:00

PARALLEL SESSIONS 1



MOSQUITOES XYLOPHAGUS WASPS

PARALLEL SESSIONS 5



RODENTS MOSQUITOES

SESSION 2 Workshop



PARALLEL SESSIONS 8



BIRDS LEPISMATIDS TICKS
 
11:30
 
12:00

SESSION 3 Workshop



PLENARY SESSION
 
12:30 CLOSING CEREMONY
  LUNCH BREAK LUNCH BREAK LUNCH BREAK
13:00  
 
13:30
 
14:00
 

PARALLEL SESSIONS 2



BED BUGS ANTS COCKROACHES

PARALLEL SESSIONS 6



MEDICAL ENTOMOLOGY RODENTS

SESSION 4 Workshop



 
14:30
 
15:00
 

SESSION 5 Workshop



15:30
 
16:00 COFFEE BREAK COFFEE BREAK
   
16:30

PARALLEL SESSIONS 3



TERMITES COMPLEMENTARY TECHNOLOGY NON-CHEMICAL CONTROL POSTER SESSION
 
17:00
 
17:30    
 
18:00
 
18:30 REGISTRATION OPENS Guided Visit to Salo de cent
 
19:00 OPENING RECEPTION
 
19:30 CONFERENCE DINNER
 
19:59
MONDAY 27 | 11:30-12:30 
Agendar 2022-06-27 11:30 2022-06-27 12:30 Europe/Madrid PARALLEL SESSIONS 1: MOSQUITOES, XYLOPHAGUS AND WASPS
 
PARALLEL SESSIONS 1: MOSQUITOES, XYLOPHAGUS AND WASPS 

  • 212 Moving toward a One Health approach with Aedes aegypti infestation indexes based on adult surveillance to mitigate arbovirus transmission in an endemic city of Brazil

  • 001 Suitability of Korynetes caeruleus (Coleoptera: Cleridae) for biological control of Anobium punctatum ) (Coleoptera, Anobiidae)

  • 017 Controlling Yellowjackets in Urban Recreational Areas     

  • 207 Containing the spread of the tiger: Monitoring and control actions against Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) in urban areas in the Netherlands

  • 184 Clerids as a potential approach for biological control  - faunistic investigation in buildings infested with wood destroying insects

  • 036 Controlling invasive European wasps, Vespula germanica in Australia with MGK’s new yellowjacket bait   

  • 037 Vertical distribution of Culex pipiens complex mosquitoes compared with Aedes albopictus in an inland climate mountain area, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan

  • 176 Conservation of cultural heritage: biological control of wood destroying beetles with Spathius exarator   

  • 092 Species distribution models as a tool for AIS management planning: evaluation of Vespa velutina in the Balearic Islands.

  • 149 Surveillance and control of invasive and native mosquitoes in sewers from an urban Mediterranean area

  • 191 Monitoring and control of the first infestation of the subterranean termite species Reticulitermes grassei (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae) in the north-eastern part of Switzerland

  • 187 Different methodologies in the control of asian hornet (Vespa velutina), mainly in neutralization of nests

  • 100 Insect pests in wood packaging materials    

  • 095 Encouraging results after five years controlling Vespa velutina nigrithorax (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) in Majorca

 

MONDAY 27 | 14:00-16:00 
Agendar 2022-06-27 14:00 2022-06-27 16:00 Europe/Madrid PARALLEL SESSIONS 2: BED BUGS, ANTS AND COCKROACHES
 
PARALLEL SESSIONS 2: BED BUGS, ANTS AND COCKROACHES
  • 034Comparison of the cost and efficiency of electronic bed bug monitors with passive bed bug monitors in apartment units
  • 061 The “Tapinoma nigerrimum complex” - A challenge for pest management in Central Europe
  • 213 Outdoor baiting programs provide effective control of Turkestan cockroaches (Blattodea: Blattidae) in California
  • 165 Infestations of the invasive ant Tapinoma magnum in western Switzerland   
  • 172 The effect of dose manipulation of commercial cockroach gel baits on the mortality of Periplaneta americana (Dictyoptera: Blattelidae)
  • 161 Bed bug management in the hospitality industry – operational experience   
  • 060 Successful control of Tapinoma magnum (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) in the city of Zurich, Switzerland
  • 160 The Impact of Sprays on Baits in Controlling German Cockroaches   
  • 024 Feeding Variation and Environmental Effects on Susceptibility of Bed Bugs to Phantom (Chlorfenapyr) Insecticide
  • 011 Performance of commercial cockroach gel baits against field-collected populations of the German cockroach, Blattella germanica (L.) from Singapore
  • 028 An old remedy in a new packaging: Diatomaceous Earth loaded tape against bed bugs
  • 033 Improving Urban Pest Ant Management by Low-Impact IPM Strategies   

MONDAY 27 | 16:30-17:30 
Agendar 2022-06-27 16:30 2022-06-27 17:30 Europe/Madrid PARALLEL SESSIONS 3: TERMITES, COMPLEMENTARY TECHNOLOGY AND NON-CHEMICAL CONTROL
 
PARALLEL SESSIONS 3: TERMITES, COMPLEMENTARY TECHNOLOGY AND NON-CHEMICAL CONTROL
  • 025 What Bites You? Pest identification quiz
  • 198 Reliable laboratory trial for testing innovative anti-termite barriers
  • 070 Efficacy of a 'Solutions Approach' for Area-wide Control of Subterranean Termites (Coptotermes formosanus and Reticulitermes sp) in Historic Buildings in Mobile, AL and Scottsdale, AZ
  • 162 Local authority pest control services in London during the Covid-19 pandemic    
  • 163 Oxidus gracilis (Diplopoda, Polydesmida) in Central Europe: documentation of first mass occurrences and methods to contain them
  • 144 Study of palatability, duration and elimination period of high density Sentritech baits, tested with Reticulitermes grassei and banyulensisNull      
  • 101 Cadra cautella (Lepidoptera, Pyralidae), a biological study of its bioecology under abiotic factors typical of warehouse

TUESDAY 28 | 09:00-10:30 
Agendar 2022-06-28 09:00 2022-06-28 10:30 Europe/Madrid PARALLEL SESSIONS 4: COMPLEMENTARY TECHNOLOGY AND BED BUGS
 
PARALLEL SESSIONS 4: COMPLEMENTARY TECHNOLOGY AND BED BUGS 
 
  • 197 Use of deep-learning technology for automated identification and monitoring of flying insects in industrial food facilities
  • 148 Towards defining the ideal sample size for spatial distribution modeling using a virtual vector
  • 192 SWOT analysis of Integrated Pest Control Measures used in Bed Bug control in Colombia and Spain
  • 169 Remote categorization of mosquitoes: a new sensor prototype

TUESDAY 28 | 11:00-12:30 
Agendar 2022-06-28 11:00 2022-06-28 12:30 Europe/Madrid PARALLEL SESSIONS 5: RODENTS AND MOSQUITOES
 
PARALLEL SESSIONS 5: RODENTS AND MOSQUITOES 
 
  • 153 Efficacy against mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) following small unmanned aerial system applications of Deltamethrin formulation in Florida
  • and California, the United States
  • 175 The relation between urban greenspace, the abundance of wild rats, and their zoonotic pathogen prevalence and diversity
  • 178 Integrated control of Aedes albopictus in allotment gardens, residentials and sewerage systems in Fürth, Germany
  • 114 Analysis of large-scale rodenticide bait consumption in the sewer system of the city of Madrid
  • 151 DEVELOPING NEW TOOLS FOR ASIAN TIGER MOSQUITO BIOCONTROL IN VALENCIA (SPAIN): USE OF LOCAL Wolbachia WPip TO INDUCE INFERTILITY THROUGH CITOPLASMIC INCOMPATIBILITY
  • 130 REPRODUCTIVE SEASONALITY AND FERTILITY OF NORWAY RATS (RODENTIA: MURIDAE) IN THE CITY OF BARCELONA
  • 182 Distribution of Aedes albopictus and Aedes japonicus in urban and peri-urban environments in the Basque Country (northern Spain)
  • 211 Understanding mouse resistance in a Mediterranean city: Implications for rodent control
  • 055 Do rock-pools mosquitoes cause any impact on citizens? The case of Ae. mariae in a touristic Mediterranean island of Spain.

TUESDAY 28 | 14:10-16:30 
Agendar 2022-06-28 14:10 2022-06-28 16:30 Europe/Madrid PARALLEL SESSIONS 6: MEDICAL ENTOMOLOGY AND RODENTS
 
PARALLEL SESSIONS 6: MEDICAL ENTOMOLOGY AND RODENTS 
 
  • 136 A new One Health approach in Leishmaniasis: reservoir role of the sewer rat, Rattus norvegicus, in cities
  • 029 Does rapid reduction in population size affect the call patterns and frequency of ultrasonic vocalisations in captive bred wild type house mice?
  • 096 MEDICAL IMPORTANCE OF INTRODUCED SPIDERS
  • 015 HOUSEHOLD ARTHROPODS AND THEIR ASSOCIATED BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES
  • 159 EVALUATION OF SNAP-TRAPS AS A NON-CHEMICAL CONTROL METHOD FOR A BROWN RAT INFESTATION
  • 196 On-site real-time West Nile virus surveillance to improve the reaction time of adulticide mosquito control management
  • 049 Sustained release long-life lures and bait consumption motivators for rats
  • 077 DEVELOPMENT OF AN INNOVATIVE CHOLECALCIFEROL RODENTICIDE BAIT

TUESDAY 28 | 09:00-10:30 
Agendar 2022-06-28 09:00 2022-06-28 10:30 Europe/Madrid WORKSHOP 1
 
WORKSHOP 1 
 
  • Rodents: Rat behaviour, Jason Munshi (USA)
  • Termites: Management in the Philippines, Partho Dhang (Philippines)
  • Bed Bugs: Field work experiences, Dini Miller (USA)
  • Round of questions & answers

TUESDAY 28 | 11:00-12:00 
Agendar 2022-06-28 11:00 2022-06-28 12:00 Europe/Madrid WORKSHOP 2
 
WORKSHOP 2 
 
  • Insecticides: Application, Bill Robinson (USA)
  • Rodenticides: Non-anticoagulant alternative, Cholecalciferol. Sharon Hughes (UK)
  • Light Traps: UV Led used for Flies, Steve Broadbent (Australia)
  • Biocide regulation: UE Biocidal Directive, Daniel Bajomi (Hungary)
  • Round of questions & answers

TUESDAY 28 | 12:00-13:00 
Agendar 2022-06-28 12:00 2022-06-28 13:00 Europe/Madrid WORKSHOP 3
 
WORKSHOP 3 
 
  • IPM: Sustainability of IPM Strategies under pest resurgence, Viren Merchant (India)
  • Rat Management: a novel accessory tool to monitor and control rat populations in the urban environment, Michael Sage (France)
  • Consumer Products: The Changing Role of the Urban Entomologist in their Development, Stewart Clark (USA)
  • Round of questions & answers

TUESDAY 28 | 14:10-15:00 
Agendar 2022-06-28 14:10 2022-06-28 15:00 Europe/Madrid WORKSHOP 4
 
WORKSHOP 4 
 
  • Urban IPM Program: example Bcn, ASPB (Spain)?
  • Comunication: 10 years of the blog "desinsectador.com", Carlos Pradera (Spain)
  • COVID-19: Role of the Municipal Vector Control Department of Madrid, José María Cámara (Spain)
  • Round of questions & answers

TUESDAY 28 | 15:00-16:30 
Agendar 2022-06-28 15:00 2022-06-28 16:30 Europe/Madrid WORKSHOP 5
 
WORKSHOP 5 
 
  • Urban Pest & IoT: Tech trends in IPM, Ángel Serrano (Spain)
  • Insects: Argentinian experience, Hernán Funes (Argentina)
  • Cockroaches: Strategies for outdoor cockroach management, Andrew Sutherland (USA)
  • Round of questions & answers

WEDNESDAY 29 | 09:30-10:30 
Agendar 2022-06-28 09:30 2022-06-28 10:30 Europe/Madrid PARALLEL SESSIONS 7: CHEMICAL CONTROL, BLACK FLIES & BED BUGS
 
PARALLEL SESSIONS 7: CHEMICAL CONTROL, BLACK FLIES & BED BUGS 
 
  • 204 Comprehensive evaluation of insecticide resistance and alternatives for bed bug control: a global challenge with a southern perspective
  • 047 Health and control costs of blackflies in a pest hotspot at Spain.
  • 173 The tropical bedbug (Cimex hemipterus) has established in Central Europe
  • 030 CHALLENGES IN THE PLANNING AND EXECUTION OF FIELD TRIALS TO DEMONSTRATE EFFICACY OF URBAN INSECT CONTROL PRODUCTS UNDER EUROPEAN BIOCIDAL PRODUCT REGULATION GUIDELINES
  • 195 Ecology and distribution data of Simulium erythrocephalum, a health-important species, in western Spain
  • 180 Evaluation of Cimex lectularius (Bed bug) preference to harbouring material and what implications this has to monitoring trap manufacturing.
  • 183 Revealing the diversity of blood-sucking Dipteran pests in urban areas of Northern Spain
  • 177 How to improve the efficiency of bedbugs sticky monitors?

WEDNESDAY 29 | 11:00-12:00 
Agendar 2022-06-28 11:00 2022-06-28 12:00 Europe/Madrid PARALLEL SESSIONS 8: BIRDS, LEPISMATIDS & TICKS
 
PARALLEL SESSIONS 8: BIRDS, LEPISMATIDS & TICKS
 
  • 128 Prevalence of sensitization to avian or fungal proteins in different work environments
  • 048 IPM and the grey silverfish Ctenolepisma longicaudata and other species of Lepismatidae in Austrian museums
  • 099 Assessment of the tick scutal index of Hyalomma lusitanicum (Acari, Ixodidae) to infer the feeding duration on bitten patients from Eastern Spain
  • 167 Striking a balance between effort and performance for bird damage control: Example of crow management in Tokyo, Japan
  • 129 A new method of controlling the grey silverfish (Ctenolepisma longicaudata (Zygentoma:Lepismatidae) using commercially available cockroach bait
  • 152 PHENOTYPIC AND GENOTYPIC CHARACTERIZATION OF TICKS (Acari: Ixodidae) RELATED TO BITES IN HUMANS IN SPAIN

Important Dates

  • Call for abstract:
    Monday September 27, 2021
  • Dead-line abstract submission:
    Friday November 26, 2021
  • Abstracts acceptance message:
    Monday December 27, 2021
  • Final Manuscript due-date:
    Monday January 31, 2022
  • Dead-line Early bird registration fee:
    Monday February 28 2022

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