Dr. Romanini will be in charge of the lecture “Imitating nature. The art of restoring embryo viability “that will take place on October 24th at 4:15 p.m. at the Meat, Breeders and Incubation Hall.
Dr. Eduardo Romanini has a solid academic background in Agricultural Engineering and Biosystems. He graduated (2006) and obtained a master’s degree (2009) from the University of Campinas (Unicamp) – Brazil. He has conducted several studies on the improvement of environmental control in livestock facilities and animal welfare as a member of the “Thermal animal comfort” research group led by Prof. Irenilza Naas.
Dr. Romanini further expanded his analytical and technical skills during his doctorate at the University of Louvain (KU Leuven) – Belgium, mainly in the field of precision breeding applied to poultry farming. He was a member of “Marie Curie Actions” working in close collaboration with the industry in the development of several embryonic response incubation technologies in a 4-year research project coordinated by Prof. Daniel Berckmans.
During the last 3 years, he was responsible for the incubation technical support in Latin America visiting several hatcheries. He has recently joined the Research & Development headquarters of Petersime in Belgium to coordinate the research and testing of clients on incubation and post-natal performance.
His main skills are interpersonal relationships and data science.