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Food Analytics Conference 2020

on Analytical Technologies for Food Quality and Sustainable Food Production

Due to the present circumstances around the world and the continued spread of COVID-19, the Nils Foss Excellence Prize committee has decided to cancel this year’s prize award scheduled for November. The new Food Analytics Conference, which was set to launch in connection to the prizes, will also be cancelled this year.

 

The conference is the first of its kind and focus is on research leading to significant breakthroughs in the application of analytical technologies that leads to improvements in sustainability, quality and safety in food production.

 

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Food Analytics Conference will be a full day conference with presentations for which abstracts are invited. See Call for Papers.

 

 

The conference is hosted by FOSS and following the conference, the Nils Foss Excellence Prize of 100,000 EUR will be awarded to a scientist who has demonstrated excellent innovative research within analytical technologies and thus made significant contributions in the food, feed and/or agricultural area.

 

 

Last year’s prize winners, professor David Julian McClements (University of Massachusetts) and assistant professor Qian Janice Wang (Aarhus University), will give keynote lectures at the conference.

 

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Call for Papers

The scientific committee will screen abstracts and the submitting authors will be notified whether their abstract has been accepted for an oral presentation.  

 

Abstract Submission (use template)

Call for papers
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Themes

Last year’s winners of the Nils Foss Excellence Prize and the Nils Foss Talent Prize will be presenting at the conference. Their research areas will be among the themes for this year’s Food Analytics Conference.

 

Analytical technology in food and agriculture: Spectroscopic methods ● environmentally sustainable analytics ● process analytical technology

Data analytics in food and agricultural science: Artificial Intelligence ● machine learning ● chemometrics ● big data

Food structure: Physicochemical methods ● interactions & interfaces ● structural design ● texture analysis

Sensory science: Instrumental methods ● flavour (head space) analysis ● sensometrics

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Venue

The conference will take place at the assembly hall in the main building of the University of Copenhagen. You will find the entrance to the conference from Frue Plads.

 

The address is:

Festsalen, Frue Plads 4, 1165 Copenhagen K.

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Program and Speakers

Last year’s winners of the Nils Foss Excellence Prize and the Nils Foss Talent Prize will be presenting on their relative fields of expertise, which will also serve among the themes for the conference.

 

The full program will be added here ahead of the conference.

Nils Foss Prize Winners 2019
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Scientific Committee

Professor Søren Balling Engelsen (chair), Department of Food Science, University of Copenhagen

Professor Rob Hamer, Unilever

Professor, Head of Department Per B. Brockhoff, Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Technical University of Denmark

Head of Department Michelle H. Williams, Department of Food Science, Aarhus University

Director of Institute Christine Nellemann, National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark

Publication

Following the conference, proceedings will be peer reviewed by two reviewers and upon accept they will be made publicly available online with a Digital Object Identifier (DOI).

 

Proceedings must be submitted for peer review no later than the day of the conference.

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Contact

For any inquiries concerning the Food Analytics Conference, you are welcome to contact:

 

conference@foss.dk

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