FOODSIM - The Simulation in Food and Nutrition Conferences Page

Aim

During the last decades several research groups developed mathematical models with increasing relevance for practical application in the food industry. The next step is to implement these models into both R&D and process operation in the industry. In doing this, new issues arise such as standardisation and coupling of different simulation models

History

The FOODSIM conference, conceived in 2000 by a team of five Professors from ENITIAA (Daniel Thiel, Jean-Yves Monteau, Lionel Boilleraux, Dominique Della Valle and Michel Havet ) in cooperation with the European Simulation Office, brings together model developers, food experts and (potential) industrial users of model simulation tools. The conference presents the state-of-the-art in using computer models in development and operation of food products. Special attention is given to the industrial implementation, use and benefits. From its start in the year 2000 the event has become the pivotal event on food and food safety simulation and modelling.

One of the results of the FOODSIM conferences has been the establishment of a COST proposal on Modelling and Simulation in the Food and Bio-industries. A copy of the proposal, which can also be found under projects can be downloaded here.

Conferences

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