30th EFFoST International Conference “Targeted Technologies for Sustainable Food Systems” and Bilateral Networking Forum, Vienna, Austria, 28-30 November 2016


The conference will be organized by the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU)
on behalf of the European Federation of Food Science and Technology (EFFoST).

For the bilateral networking forum (www.B2Match.eu/effostnetworking2016),  participation is free of charge and will allow effective networking with business and research partners.

For the conference, participants from the Danube Region benefit from a 50 % reduction of the registration fee which can be obtained on individual request. In case of interest, please email to the conference chair: henry.jaeger@boku.ac.at

Register here

Conference Topics

  • Emerging agricultural concepts and use of new raw materials for sustainable food production
  • Water management and resource efficient food processing in the Danube region and beyond
  • Food safety - analysis, control and prevention of microbial and chemical contaminants in food
  • New paths for targeted food processing - design of new and re-evaluation of traditional techniques and ingredients
  • Non-thermal technologies and process combinations - analytic approaches and mechanistic insights
  • Food and health - food composition, structure design, digestion and ingredient bioavailability, gut microbiome
  • Sensor technology and quality monitoring during processing and storage
  • Modeling and simulation of food matrix properties and processing technologies
  • Food consumer science - sensory perception, emerging consumer needs and expectations
  • Microencapsulation for food applications - special topic endorsed by BRG
  • Food security and sustainability in the perspective of cereals and grains - special topic endorsed by ICC
  • Regulations and legislation for food safety, quality and innovation - special topic endorsed by GHI
  • Inspection and analysis of food (micro)structures -special topic endorsed by TomFood
  • New perspectives and novel insights on chemical composition of foods – special topic endorsed by EuCheMS

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