Symposium Program


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Day 1

Friday, 19th April 2024

08:30-09:00     Arrival and registration of participants

09:00-09:20     Opening ceremony

09:20-11:30     Paper presentations

11:30-11:50     Coffee break / Viewing posters and discussions

11:50-14:10     Paper presentations

14:10-15:30     Lunch

15:30-15:45     Participants Award Ceremony & Closing ceremony




Day 2

Saturday, 20th April 2024

09:00 – 17:30     Trip to Pietroasa Research and Development Station for Viticulture and Winemaking and to the Muddy Volcanoes


Pietroasele commune is best known for its archaeological thesaurus - the Pietroasele Treasure also known as Cloșca cu puii de aur (en. the Hen with golden chicks) –a late fourth-century Gothic treasure discovered in 1837, that included around twenty-two objects of gold.

But Pietroasa's real treasure today is wine.

These "treasures" were with more than 120 medals in national and international competitions, more especially for sweet wines, some spices, for which Pietroasa has an unsurpassed vocation. After becoming affiliated, in 2005, to the University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest, the university put two "bricks", rebuild the Station: young plantations were established and modern principles in winemaking were ensured, while making sure, at the same time, that students can gain both practical skills and theoretical knowledge.

Here, wine tastings and visits are organized, where the technological workflow and equipment, as well as the impressive historical collection of over 100,000 bottles can be viewed.

Recently, Pietroasa Research and Development Station for Viticulture and Winemaking, resumed trade with its exceptional wines under its own label - "Pietroasa veche."


The Muddy Volcanoes are a natural reserve in Buzau County, a rare geological wonder hidden behind Buzau mountains part of the Eastern Carpathian Mountains in our country. The area of muddy volcanoes is spread across 30 hectares of land in the Berca and Scortoasa communes.

Attested since 1867, they were declared a natural monument in 1924 and became a UNESCO geopark in 2022.


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