IFT and EFFoST have appointed ProdAl and Unisa as organizers of the 2018 edition of the International Nonthermal Processing Workshop and Short course.
The Workshop, which features several keynote lectures, will give room to short presentations, poster sessions and moments of plenary discussion, to stimulate exchanges of ideas and debates on the various topics covered, namely:
Nonthermal processes for better foods
Effect of nonthermal treatment on food structure and function
Use of nonthermal technologies for a more sustainable food industry
This orientation is further strengthened in the last session, dedicated to the industrial implementation of nonthermal technologies, when all the actors of the supply chain (vendor and user companies, researchers, consumer associations, GDO buyers and regulatory bodies) after telling their experiences in transformative terms, will be involved in a debate aimed at highlighting the complexity and opportunities to be explored.
The scientific program continues with the Short course, in ProdAl/Unisa laboratories. During this phase, different nonthermal technologies will be presented and discussed with the help of worldwide leaders of the field and will be enriched by the practical experience of the use of some of the units available in our laboratories.
The Elea team will hold a bunch of presentations at the nonthermal processing workshop to highlight the role of Pulsed Electric Fields in the food industry. We are looking forward to meeting you there!
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