Parallel Sections

Sustainability models (mathematical, IT, statistical, technical aspects)

Chair 1: Gyöngyi Bánkuti (Kaposvár University)
Chair 2: Mónika Nagy (Kaposvár University) Secretary: Anikó Rumbus (Kaposvár University)
Room: New Building 026

  1. Klaudia Ecker: Estonia – The digital path towards a sustainable future
  2. Ola ALjaafreh: Sustainable agriculture as a base of successful food production and export in Hungary.
  3. Anikó Rumbus: Robot programming in education
  4. Stettner et al: Mathematical analysis of a drone's flight path
  5. Bánkuti et al: The sustainable urban energy system of Kaposvár
  6. Biewendt et al: The Rebound Effect: A critical and systematic review on the current state of affairs
  7. Enikő Nagy: Aspects of data scientists in the labor market
  8. Bizderi et al: Comparative analysis of Somogy Country farmers’ data, based on the Hungarian Central Statistical Office and the Hungarian State Treasury Database.
  9. István Marits: IT in the focus of justice
  10. Zsombor Egyed: Soldery – HR/Recruiter assistant application

Sustainable food consumption

Chair 1: Takácsné György Katalin (Óbuda University)
Chair 2: Viktória Szente (Kaposvár University)
Secretary: Péter Sántosi (Kaposvár University)
Room: New Building 003

  1. Kristóf Kovács: The city brand of Kaposvár as a tool of sustainable development
  2. Julius Rather: Market segments in online trade exemplified by the German photo retailing industry
  3. Andrea Bauerné Dr. Gáthy et al: Sustainable food consumption
  4. Versavel Tecleab Haile et al: Students’ perception of service quality; a comparison study on gender in Ethiopia
  5. Katalin Szendrő: Consumer perception of insect as food in Hungary
  6. Diyawu Rahman Adam et al: Customer brand loyalty as a consequence of place attachment
  7. Krisztina Bence-Kiss: The contribution of the Krishna Conscious community to sustainable consumption in Hungary
  8. Péter Sántosi et al: Responsible customer behaviour - the case of local foods
  9. Zsuzsa Săplăcan et al: Determinants of adopting a zero waste consumer behavior
  10. Jay Stephen Siy: Outsourcing multimedia marketing for sustainable cost management in air travel
  11. Stefanie Brückel et al: Influencing factors on consumers behavior to purchase sustainable cosmetic products: a study in the German context
  12. Judit Lovasné Avató: Step by step with the carbon footprint: how important sustainability is in catering?
  13. János Zachár: Investigation of food waste generation by material flow
  14. Katalin Takácsné György et al: Sustainability and innovation

Searching for management and leadership excellence in age of sustainability

Chair 1: Szilárd Berke (Kaposvár University)
Chair 2: Gábor Szabó-Szentgróti (Kaposvár University)
Room: New Building 025

  1. Attila Pintér et al: Public knowledge of the Smart City concept in Kaposvár
  2. Gábor Szabó-Szentgróti et al: Industry 4.0: Economical and Labour market impacts in Hungary: Outlook
  3. Ramona Al Danaf et al: “CSR leadership”
  4. Gerriet Hinrichs: Waste of resources due to frictions in the case of recruiting lateral entrants
  5. Firas Zreidan et al: Family Business between Challenges and Continuity
  6. Henning Bundtzen: Accessing the corporate sustainability with a repertory grid analysis
  7. Lan Löffler: Leadership in times of modern banking
  8. Marian Krupa: Economic responsibility of employees and social responsibility of employers – towards the sustainable growth of a partnership oriented enterprise
  9. Georg Thomas: Sustainable leadership models and leadership styles as success-critical factors in small and medium-sized enterprises with high human capital.

Environmental management, corporate social responsibility, company sustainability tools

Chair 1: Katalin Herner (KÖVET)
Secretary: Ádám Csuvár (Kaposvár University)
Room: New Building 009

  1. János Handó: Ladybird Farm Leisure Centre
  2. Dennis Bombi: Kärcher as an example for sustainable corporate decisions
  3. László Márta et al: Top-and subsoil mixing due cultivation as degradation risk on chernozemic arable lands
  4. Erik Diez: Marketing in veterinary practice – Are rural veterinarians going with the trend?
  5. Thomas           Stoyke: Success or failure ecologically sustainable shopping centers
  6. Judith Molnár: Shop in Place- Food Hub project in Transylvania
  7. Peter Osiako: SUSTAINABLE TOUR OPERATION PRACTICES: A CASE OF "Let's Go Travel - Uniglobe" – Kenya. A Positive Company Example
  8. Ádám Csuvár: The justification and possible approaches to econometric modelling of households’ firewood usage
  9. Viktória Vásáry: Strengthening of links between agriculture and research and innovation through RDP interventions with the focus on improved environmental management and performance
  10. Enikő Lencsés et al: Reverse logistics of agricultural hazardous waste in the EU
  11. Julian Kaiser: Sustainability in regional universal banks: Keyword for public recognition or internalized value? Exemplary consideration based on the bank control
  12. Carsten Giebe et al: Data Analytics as a sustainable customer loyalty tool

New Economic Vision

Chair 1: Gergely Tóth (Kaposvár University)
Secretary: Valéria Lekics (Kaposvár University)
Room: New Building 008

  1. Dirk-Siegfried Hübner: Robert Constanza from 1991 "Ecological Economics: The Science and Management of Sustainability" in 2019
  2. Michael Götz: Introduction of the postgrowth economists Tim Jackson: Prosperity without growth
  3. Valéria Lekics: Case study of a post-growth economist: Donnie Maclurcan and the Post Growth Institute
  4. Manuel Rolf Adler et al: Abstract of Wackernagel's/ Rees's cutting-edge publication "Our Ecological Footprint"
  5. Florian Ross: Kate Raworth - Doughnut Economics: Seven ways to think like a 21st century economist (2017)
  6. Uwe Radtke et al: New Economic Visions - Postgrowth Economists: Christian Felber Establishes and advocates the Economy for the Common Good movement, transmittingpost-growth economics to businesses and banks
  7. Atilla Wohllebe: Max Roser: The Chartbook Of Economic Inequality
  8. Gergely Tóth: Postgrowth Economists - Dreamers, scientists and implementers of the post-growth age economic paradigm
  9. András Schlett: The price of efficiency Scitovszky. Tibor’s Critique of utility theory
  10. Faeyzh Barhoom et al: Review of Finance-Growth Nexus: Theories and Evidence

Adoption of sustainable practices in agri-food chains 1.

Chair 1: Tamás Rétfalvi (University of Sopron)
Chair 2: Zsolt Hetesi (National University of Public Service) Secretary: Tamás Horváth (Kaposvár University)
Room: New Building 164

  1. Báder et al: Decreasing the Shrinkage and Swelling of Longitudinally Compressed Wood
  2. Balogh et al.: Managing external data and building user interface for agro- environmental process models
  4. Csáki et al: NDVI-based downscaling of the CREMAP actual evapotranspiration maps
  6. Németh et al: Wood Modification Related Research at the University of Sopron
  7. Rétfalvi et al: Investigation of VOC components of honey samples
  8. Rétfalvi-Szabó et al: Ecotoxicological evaluation of trace element supplementation on anaerobic digestion
  9. Tóth et al: Wood Welding Using Water Steam and Pressure
  10. Vörös et al: Relationship between Wood Properties and the Microstructure of Cells

Adoption of sustainable practices in agri-food chains 2.

Chair 1: Csaba Borbély (Kaposvár University)
Chair 2: Szabó Kinga (Kaposvár University)
Room: New Building 165

  1. Bareith et al.: Agroforestry is the solution? Profitability of the agricultural farms the Hungarian case
  2. Barna et al.: Investigation of changing the land cover in the Game Management Landscape Center of Kaposvár University using a drone
  3. Borbély et al: Agroforestry systems in Hungary
  4. Csima et al.: Field utilization of biogas fermentation residues combined with bacterial fertilizers in sugar beet culture
  5. Csima et al.: Investigation of the yield enhancement effect of bacterial fertilizer and sugar factory biogas sludge in winter wheat field experiment
  6. Kovács Klaudia: The results of soil microclimate research in forestry alley cropping systems in Hungary
  7. Nagy et al.: Alternative wood usage in a potential agroforestry area
  8. Slezák-Bartos et al.: What makes "more than good wine"?
  9. Somfalvi-Tóth et al.: Climatologically potential distribution area of pine wood nemotade (B. xylophilus) in Europe based on ECMWF ERA5 reanalysis dataset
  10. Zagyvai-Kiss et al: Getting started with agro-forestry research at Fertőd - a hydrological approach

Adoption of sustainable practices in agri-food chains 3.

Chair1: Silvije Jerčinović (Križevci College of Agriculture)
Chair2: Katalin Tóth (Kaposvár University)
Secretary: Boglárka Szerb (Kaposvár University)
Room: New Building 043

  1. Beke Lisányi: Exploring the potentials in local food schemes
  2. Honfy et al: Introducing agroforestry systems and an experimental site in Gödöllő, Hungary
  3. Horváth: The judgement of agro-forestry systems from the perspective of forest owners
  5. Kiss-Szigeti et al: Agroforestry innovations in Hungary and Europe
  6. Németh Bálint: An overview of agroforestry from antiquity to the present day
  7. Ponácz: Tools and methods for long term economic evaluation of renewable energy use
  8. Szendrő – Szigeti: Branding opportunities for agro-forestry products
  9. Szentesi Judit: Ecological and economic aspects of agroforestry as a sustainable, environmentally friendly farming system
  10. Szerb Boglárka: Exploring consumer preferences for agroforestry products with Q- method
  11. Kiss et al: Separation of gases without their decomposition, using electrostatic field

Regional and Rural Development

Chair: Diána Koponicsné Györke (Kaposvár University)
Secretary: Bence Szerb (Kaposvár University)
Room: New Building 044

  1. Bareith et al: Profitability and sustainability? Evidence from Hungary
  2. Duczon: The theory of „sustainable outsourcing”
  3. Ignjatovic: Resources of sustainable economics growth and development: the case of the Republic of Serbia
  4. Karimov et al.: An Empirical Analysis of the Relationship between Foreign Direct Investment and Unemployment Rate Regarding Turkey
  5. Kolber: Analysis of the impact of development tax benefit on employment
  6. Koroseczné Pavlin – Koponicsné Györke: The analysis of the cross-border corporate profit’s taxation
  7. Rajczi: Individual and social interests in agriculture
  8. Sipiczki – Varga: The financing of the agricultural enterprises in Hungary between 2012 and 2016
  9. Szerb et al.: Determinants of global maize export: The gravity model approach
  10. Titov et al.: The local population survey regarding RES in the Koppany Valley. Background information results


Room: Hall in front of New Building 170

  1. Báder et al: Sopron and the Longitudinal Wood Compression
  2. Bak et al: Possibilities of Using Nanotechnology in Colour Protection of Wood
  3. Barna et al.: Study of time series financial data of big game management between 2003 and 2015 in Somogy county
  4. Cseke et al: Analysis of a riparian zone groundwater supply in Kaszó
  5. Csonka – Bareith: Spatial drivers of agroforestry adoption in Hungarian settlements
  6. Gálos et al: Influence of aspect and vegetation on the diurnal temperature conditions
  7. Gribovszki et al: Riparian zone forest as an agro-forestry system and its water supply
  8. Horváth et al: Shrinkage and Swelling Examinations of Pleated Wood
  9. Jánoska: Changes in egg volume and egg weight during egg production period by pheasant and grey partridge
  10. Jánoska: The effect of different crude protein content of forages to the growing tendency of pheasant chicks
  11. Kalicz et al: Development of a throughfall sensing system for agro-forestry research
  12. Maul: Who is interested in buying agroforestry products?
  13. Nevezi et al: Eco-hydrology of a forest and a neighboring wet meadow - a riparian agro- forestry system
  14. Novák et al: The Wood Impregnating Polymer of the Future
  15. Stofa et al: Microclimatic conditions of a forested hill in Sopron
  16. Szécsi et al: A Short Review of the Benefits of Agroforestry Systems
  17. Szőke et al: Initial hydrological investigations in a wood pasture at Kőszeg (Hungary)
  18. Tuba: Arthropod and fungus communities on different poplar taxa
  19. Vadkerti-Tóth et al: The Anatomy of Wood Bending
  20. Vörös et al: Major Physical and Mechanical Properties of Selected Wood Species
  21. Vígh et al: Marginal cost estimation of agricultural output and ecosystem services in Hungary
  22. Endre Kiss: Application of silent electric discharges in environmental protection with special emphases in air quality management
  23. Kovács-Bokor et al: Assessment of the phytoextraction experiments of industrial sludges - soil mixtures and wheat (Triticum aestivum)
  24. Attila Kővári: Capture measurement results of SERVOMEX gas analyzer
  25. Kiss et al: Determination of the thermal properties of agricultural waste
  26. Imre Kovács: Formation of C2 compound in the biochemical degradation of cellulose: the case of acetaldehyde
  27. Kiss et al: Treatment of red mud and bauxite samples by electric arc


regions 4food eu webGood practices of international relevance for the digitisation of the agro-food industry – 3rd stakeholder meeting of the Regions4 Food project.
Nemzetközi kiválósági gyakorlatok az agár-élelmiszeripar digitalizációjában – a Regions 4Food projekt 3. stakeholder megbeszélése

Room: Old Building 1st floor Council Hall
1:30 pm – 2:30 pm Stakeholder meeting
2:30 pm – 3:00 pm Coffee break


The programme was supported by the EFOP-3.6.2-16-2017-00018
“Produce together with the nature – agro forestry as a new outbreaking possibility” project

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