ICFSC 2022


Challenges And Trends

“Industrialization of the countryside as a driver of sustainable development”

ISSN: 2954-9183




Juan Harvey Castro Trujillo

Talk: La inocuidad en la cadena de abastecimiento de la guerra y el apoyo humanitario

Bio – Business Administrator with Specialization in Logistics Management and Master in Management of Value Networks and Logistics. He has extensive experience in Consulting on Logistics Networks, business creation, development and implementation of logistics systems, Commercial Management and Academic Processes. Trained to exercise leadership, work in the logistics area within quality management systems in production and transportation, administrative and commercial area.



Marcos Rodríguez Fazzone

Talk: Sistemas agro-alimentarios y la participación de la agricultura familiar y comunitaria (ACFC)

Bio – Senior Specialist in Rural Development, Food Systems and Family Farming. LTC (Lead Technical Consultant) for more than 15 projects, assuming the planning and technical direction of coordinators and multidisciplinary teams. Experience in social and productive inclusion strategies with vulnerable populations (indigenous, afro, women and rural youth, restituted and reincorporated). Advisor to the FAO Representative in Colombia in the management, design and implementation of policies and projects for territorial rural development and inclusive markets. Accompanying the implementation of the Comprehensive Rural Reform of the Peace Agreement. Development of rural development strategies in the areas most affected by the conflict.


Ana Luna

Bio – Vice-Dean of Business Engineering at Universidad del Pacífico. Full-time professor of the Academic Department of Engineering and researcher at CIUP. She holds a Ph.D. and a B.Sc. degree in Physics from the University of Buenos Aires (UBA-Argentina). In the research field, she has worked for several years in the Solid Lasers Division at DEILAP, CONICET headquarters. She has been president of the UBA chapter of the International Society for Optical Engineering, vice-president of the UBA chapter of the Optical Society of America and member of the Argentinean Physical Association. Area of expertise in Photonic crystals, solid lasers, evolutionary algorithms, multilayers, structural color, pulsed solid lasers with active and passive Q-Switching techniques.


Jesús González-Feliu


Talk: Sustainable supply chain innovation and public policy planning: the opportunities of decision support in urban food hub network development

Bio –Currently full professor in Supply Chain Management at Excelia Group la Rohelle Business School. He obtained his Master’s degree in Civil Engineering and Urban Planning in 2003 at INSA Lyon (France) and passed Ph.D. in computer and systems sciences – operations research in 2008 at Politecnico di Torino (Italy). Professeur, Pôle Supply chain, Purchasing and Project management directeur du Pôle CERIIM – Centre de Recherche en Intelligence et Innovation Managériales. Professor, Supply chain, Purchasing and Project management Department.





Rodrigo Gil


Talk: La industrialización del campo

Bio –Linked to the Jorge Tadeo Lozano University since 2006, first as a researcher at the Center for Bio-systems and then, since 2011, as a professor in the Department of Basic Sciences. He has participated in research projects in the area of modeling and simulation of natural processes. Some of the results obtained have been published in national and international scientific journals. Among his research interests are the study of methodologies to measure the impact of agriculture on the environment and the use of unmanned aerial vehicles for the surveillance of strategic ecosystems and crop monitoring. He is currently pursuing doctoral studies in Bioengineering at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium.


Gustavo Adolfo Rodriguez Yzquierdo

Bio – Teacher and Researcher in tropical fruit growing for 25 years. Undergraduate and Postgraduate Professor at the Central University of Venezuela (UCV) in agronomic management of fruit trees. Coordinator and Co-investigator of different projects in plantain, banana, passion fruit, pineapple, papaya crops. He is currently developing lines of research in stress ecophysiology, efficient management of water resources, mineral nutrition, integrated production of tropical fruit crops and sustainable agribusiness models in different production systems.