This track will present basic research pertaining to food engineering, including measurement, modeling, and control of food processing systems. Sessions will address categories such as transport processes; physical, chemical, and microbiological properties; and integration of transport processes and kinetics leading to quality, safety predictions, and connections between food and health.
For a listing of the 2013 session proposal topical areas for this track, please view the 2013 Topical Priorities guide (PDF).
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