F
A
O
P
M
A

FAOPMA PEST SUMMIT 2023 KAOHSIUNG TAIWAN

12-14 September 2023

KAOHSIUNG EXHIBITION CENTER

 

One Earth: Sustainable Pest Management for One Future

Click here to download the program in English

 

PEST MANAGEMENT IN THE EVER CHANGING, BORDERLESS WORLD
高雄市政府新聞局提供

Key Speakers

Distinguished ProfessorNan Yao Su

1 Termite management and sustainable future

Emeritus ProfessorErh-Lieh Hsu

2 History of Pest Management in Taiwan

ProfessorHoufeng Li

3 Use of deep learning neural networks for identification of termite pests

Dr.Faith Oi

4 The pitfalls of termite control jobs

Dr.Menandro Acda

6 Termite management in the Philippines

ProfessorIntan Ahmad

7 Managing dengue vectors in Indonesia

Wu-Chun Tu

8 Taiwan efforts in combating dengue vectors and the role of pest management professionals

Dr.Theeraphap Chareonviriyaphap

9 Managing Anopheles and Culex mosquitoes in Thailand

ProfessorChien Ming Shih

10 Biology and control of ticks in Taiwan

ProfessorStephen Doggett

11 Protecting you and your business from bad pest management choices

Taro Kanazawa

12 Creating branding and customer loyalty

Dr.Mark Gillespie

13 Rentokil, Mergers and Acquisitions, and Sustainable Growth

Gabby Salazar

14 Why I chose Merging rather than an Acquisition for my business

Christina Liew

15 Dengue and Covid-19

Dr.Chin-Gi Huang

16 Dengue vector surveillance in Taiwan

Dr.Steven Su

17 The use of IGRs against vector mosquitoes – potential and challenges

Kun-Hsien Tsai

18 Rickettsia felis and cat fleas – a re-emerging old problem with new control solutions

ProfessorChow-Yang Lee

19 The future control techniques of pest management

ProfessorHsiu-Hua Pai

20 Pesticide resistance surveillance and management in Taiwan - Present and Future

Dr.Julie Na

21 Why fumigation remains relevant in pest management

Dr.Ruide Xue

22 Repellents and toxic sugar baits against vectors

Vasili Tsoutouras

23 Creating a Pest Control Company that retains and attracts talent

Dr.Regine Lim

24 How to create a team culture among Y- and Z-generations in a pest control company

Dr.Rob Boschma

25 Customer relationship management software for pest management companies - what to look for

Viren Merchant

26 Organizational sustainability essentials - the human resource

ProfessorDini Miller

27 The challenges of pest management in low-income housing

ProfessorMichael K. Rust

28 Managing German cockroaches - bait, spray, or both?

ProfessorKok-Boon Neoh

29 Insecticide resistance in German cockroaches in Taiwan

Scotty Yang

30 Important invasive pest ants in Asia – identification, behavior and control strategies

Dr.Shuping Tseng

31 How genetics could help you and your business in the management of pest ants

Dr.Danny Chiman Leong

32 Fire ants in China – surveillance and sustainable management strategies

ProfessorHasber Salim

33 Rodent monitoring and management in the urban environment

Dr.Lyle Petersen

34 Vector-Borne Diseases in the United States: Current Threats and CDC Response Strategies

34

SPEAKERS

0

Delegates

0

EXHIBITORS

0

SPONSORS

Program

Sep12
DAY 1

0700–0900

Registration

0900–1000

Opening ceremony and speeches, Official opening of FAOPMA-Pest Summit 2023
(President of FAOPMA Pest Summit, Suchart Leelayouthyotin, …)

1000–1030

Official opening of Exhibition, VIPs visit to the booths, Tea Break

1030–1115

Keynote Lecture: Distinguished Prof Nan-Yao Su, University of Florida, USA
Termite management and sustainable future

1115–1145

Plenary Lecture: Emeritus Prof Err-Lieh Hsu, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
History of Pest Management in Taiwan

1145–1300

Lunch

1300–1500

Session 1A – Termite

Speakers:

1.Prof Houfeng Li (National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan)
Use of deep learning neural networks for identification of termite pests

2.Prof Faith Oi (University of Florida, USA)
The pitfalls of termite control jobs

3.Dr. Hasber Salim (University Sains, Malaysia)
Rodent monitoring and management in the urban environment

4.Prof Menandro Acda (University of the Philippines, Philippines)
Termite management in the Philippines

1300–1500

Session 1B – Mosquitoes & Ticks

Speakers:

1.Prof Intan Ahmad (Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia)
Managing dengue vectors in Indonesia

2.Prof Wu-Chun Tu (National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan)
Taiwan efforts in combating dengue vectors and the role of pest management professionals

3.Prof Theeraphap Chareonviriyaphap (Kasetsart University, Thailand)
Managing Anopheles and Culex mosquitoes in Thailand

4.Prof Chien-Ming Shih (Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan)
Biology and control of ticks in Taiwan

1500–1530

Tea break and exhibition

1530–1730

Session 2A (4 papers) – Business/Management/Human Resources

Speakers:

1.Stephen Doggett (Westmead Hospital, Sydney, Australia)
Protecting you and your business from bad pest management choices

2.Taro Kanazawa (Hysia, Japan)
Creating branding and customer loyalty

3.Mark Gillespie (Rentokil Initial)
Rentokil, Mergers and Acquisitions, and Sustainable Growth

4.Gabby Salazar (Rentokil Initial, Philippines)
Why did I choose acquisition over merger

1530–1800

Session 2B (5 papers) – Mosquitoes & fleas

Speakers:

1.Dr. Lyle R. Petersen, (Division of Vector-Borne Diseases, CDC)
Vector-Borne Diseases in the United States: Current Threats and CDC Response Strategies

1.Dr Christina Liew (National Environment Agency, Singapore)
Dengue and Covid-19

2.Dr Chin-Gi Huang (National Health Research Institute, Taiwan)
Dengue vector surveillance in Taiwan

3.Dr Steven Su (EcoZone International, California, USA)
The use of IGRs against vector mosquitoes – potential and challenges

4.Prof Kun-Hsien Tsai (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
Rickettsia felis and cat fleas – a re-emerging old problem with new control solutions

1830–2130

Gala Dinner

Sep13
DAY 2

0830–1030

Session 3A (4 papers) –Pest management

Speakers:

1.Prof Chow-Yang Lee (University of California, USA)
The future control techniques of pest management

2.Prof Hsiu-Hua Pai (National University of Kaohsiung, Taiwan)
Pesticide resistance surveillance and management in Taiwan - Present and Future

3.Julie Na (Syngenta, Malaysia)
Why fumigation remains relevant in pest management

4.Dr Ruide Xue (Anastasia Mosquito Control District, Florida, USA)
Repellents and toxic sugar baits against vectors

0830–1030

Session 3B (4 papers) – Business/ Management/Human Resources

Speakers:

1.Vasili Tsoutouras (Allstate Pest Control, Australia)
Creating a Pest Control Company that retains and attracts talent

2.Regine Lim (Entopest, Malaysia)
How to create a team culture among Y- and Z-generations in a pest control company

3.Rob Boschma (Specialist termite control, Australia)
Customer relationship management software for pest management companies - what to look for

4.Viren Merchant (Pest Control Associates, India)
Organizational sustainability essentials - the human resource

1030–1100

Tea break and exhibition

1100–1230

Session 4A – Cockroaches

Speakers:

1.Prof Dini Miller (Virginia Tech, USA)
The challenges of pest management in low-income housing

2.Prof Michael Rust (University of California, USA)
Managing German cockroaches - bait, spray, or both?

3.Assoc Prof Kok-Boon Neoh (National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan)
Insecticide resistance in German cockroaches in Taiwan

1100–1230

Session 4B – Pest ants

Speakers:

1.Prof Scotty Yang (Virginia Tech, USA)
Important invasive pest ants in Asia – identification, behavior and control strategies

2.Prof Shuping Tseng (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
How genetics could help you and your business in the management of pest ants

3.Danny Chiman Leong (United International college, China)
Pest ant species in China with control cases of Macao's ants

1230–1330

Lunch

1330–1530

Sponsors/Innovators Session 20 min (6 papers)

1530–1600

Tea break and exhibition

1600–1700

Sponsors/Innovators Session 10 min (6 papers)

1700–1730

Closing ceremony

Sep14
DAY 3

Options: (1) Training Session Training, (2) Excursion/Tour

Buy Ticket

EARLY BIRD

$USD 475$USD 500

≒ NTD $14540

  • registration before
    15 Jun 2023

GROUP DISCOUNT

$USD 475

≒ NTD $14540

  • group registration between 2-29 delegates

GROUP DISCOUNT

$USD 450

≒ NTD $13775

  • group registration of minimum 30 delegates

GALA DINNER ONLY

$USD 160

≒ NTD $4898

  • no access to the conference or exhibition

Exchange Rate Reference Sources: https://rate.bot.com.tw/xrt?Lang=zh-TW

$USD 1 = $NTD 30.61 / update time: 2023/3/28 上午 10:22:05

Training Session

Training Session

$USD 250

≒ NTD $7653

  • Training Session Class Info

Ticket purchase instructions

  • 1.Early bird is $150 regardless of group
  • 2.After 6/15, group 180$,Standard $200
  • 3.Only participate in AIB $250
  • all above include lunch

Exchange Rate Reference Sources: https://rate.bot.com.tw/xrt?Lang=zh-TW

$USD 1 = $NTD 30.61 / update time: 2023/3/28 上午 10:22:05

Tourist

Exchange Rate Reference Sources: https://rate.bot.com.tw/xrt?Lang=zh-TW

$USD 1 = $NTD 30.61 / update time: 2023/3/28 上午 10:22:05

Sponsors & Exhibitors

Sponsor/Exhibitor Invitation Letter and Application Form
Exhibitors REGISTRATION

Access

GETTING HERE

Hotels

INQUIRY

Tel:

+886-7-591-9756
+886-980065445

Email:

tepma2020@gmail.com

Address

81148 高雄市楠梓區高雄大學路700號
<國立高雄大學 人文科技研究中心>