2nd Food Structure and Functionality Forum Symposium - From Molecules to Functionality
28 February – 2 March 2016, Singex, Singapore
The Food Structure and Functionality Forum (FSFF) is delighted to announce the 2nd Food Structure and Functionality Forum Symposium – from Molecules to Functionality, to be held in Singapore from 28 February to 2 March 2016 to reflect the growing importance of Asian research in this field.
The 3rd Food Structure and Functionality Forum Symposium will be announced soon.
The conference will highlight the latest research efforts in food structuring and de-structuring.
The FSFF is primarily focused on the structuring of food tailored towards end-user functionality (e.g., improved texture, taste perception, health, shelf stability). The conference will bring together experts in food engineering, food science, food technology and nutrition, and aims to build on the success of the first Symposium held in Amsterdam in 2014.
This is a significant opportunity for you to join leaders from industry and academia to ensure you keep abreast of recent developments in this fast developing field and for you to network with your international colleagues.
- Underlying mechanisms of functional behavior and properties
- Colloidal and interfacial design and behavior
- Sensory and consumer sciences, and food-body interactions
- New concepts and processes for creating functionality
- New and advanced approaches for characterization of functionality
The Isaac Heertje distinguished scientist award
The Food Structure and Functionality Forum has established the Isaac Heertje Distinguished Scientist Award to recognise a high-level scientist from industry, government or academia that has made a significant contribution to the field of food structure and functionality.
Award recipient(s) will receive a certificate of recognition, contribution towards accommodation and travel expenses for the 2nd Food Structure and Functionality Forum Symposium and a complimentary conference registration and gala dinner ticket.
For more information and to submit your nomination for the Issac Heertje distinguished scientist award, please click here
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