2002, 7-11 July, Australia ASAP/ ISAH Conference and Executive Board meeting, Adelaide, Australia Organizer: Thomas Banhazi
1999, 22-25 April, Postojna, Slovenia Environmental Protection and Animal Welfare. Postojna, Slovenia Organizer: Marko Amon
1996, 6-7 November, Varna, Bulgaria International Scietific Conference, Varna , Bulgaria Organizer: Andrei Kozarov
1996, 28 -31 October, Mexico City, Mexico "Demands on Animal Hygiene Education and Research" Mexico City , Mexico Organizer: J. Saltieral O.
1996, 21 - 24 May, Kosice, Slovakia "Ecology and Veterinary Medicine" Kosice, Slovakia , Organizer: Jan Venglovsky
1995, October- Budapest, Hungary Symposium of the International Society for Animal Hygiene, Budapest , Hungary Organizer: Pal Rafai
1994, Marz- Hannover, Germany-West Hygiene and animal welfare during transportation. Organizer: Prof. Dr. J. Hartung. This conference continues with the tradition of "in-between-seminars" and is held under the ISAH heading. It concentrates on topical problems of environmental protection in relation to veterinary medicine, animal hygiene, hygiene and epidemiology.
1990, 18 - 19 September - Stuttgart-Hohenheim, Germany-West Actual problems of disinfection of animal houses, of farm-yard manure and slurry. Organizer Prof. Dr. D. Strauch
1987, Jun - Krakow , Poland Microphysical problems in biology and animal hygiene. Organizer Prof. Dr. T. Janowski
1984, August- Hannover, Germany-West Dust in animal houses. Organizer Prof. Dr.H.G. Hilliger
1980, 13 September - Vienna, Austria Bacteriology, mycology and mycotoxicology of animal feeds. Organizer Prof. Dr. H. Willinger
1978, 21 - 22 September - Altmünste, Austria Hygiene of the disposal of animal carcasses, slaughterhouse offal and food wastes (animal rendering). Organizer Prof. Dr. H. Willinger
1977, 5-7 September - Krakow, Poland Methods and results of hygienic investigations of air in animal stables. Organizer Prof. Dr. T. Janowski
The interest in this conference is indicated by the number of submitted papers and participants, also d from abroad. Thanks to the sponsors it includes also social events which can contribute to establishment of new and strengthening of existing contacts.
In conclusion, we can express our hope that this conference will meet even with greater success than the two previous ones and by its contents and atmosphere will be entered in a list of successful in-between-seminars of the International Society for Animal Hygiene.