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PhasmaFOOD is proud to announce the workshop on "The role of Information Technology and Process Analytical Technology in assessing Food Quality & Safety -The case of the PhasmaFOOD project" that will take place on Thursday, 27 September, 2018 at the Agricultural University of Athens, Greece.

The workshop is aiming at presenting the project progress and the Prototype PhasmaFOOD device to an open audience, including industry representatives. The workshop program consists of complementary sessions that will present the broader spectrum of IT-supported advances readily applicable to quality and safety applications for the food industry.

Honorary support to the workshop is provided by SEVT the Federation of Hellenic Food Industry that represents the Food & Drink Industry in national, European and international level.

Final event program is available here (in Greek).

 

    

*Prototype PhasmaFOOD device

 

WORKSHOP

“The role of Information Technology and

Process Analytical Technology in assessing

Food Quality & Safety

The case of the PhasmaFOOD project

PROGRAM

Start time: 15.00

 

ΔΙΑΡΚΕΙΑ

 

20’

Entry and registration of participants

10’

Opening speech, Priorities for the Food Industry

Vasso Papadmitriou, General Manager, Federation of Hellenic Food Industry

15’

Introduction to Process Analytical Technology in the Food Industry

Alexandra Lianou, Laboratory of Microbiology and Food Biotechnology of AUA

20’

Introduction to the concept of non-invasive methods of food analysis - The case of the PhasmaFOOD project

George Koutalieris, INTRASOFT International, Project Coordinator of PhasmaFOOD

20’

Data mining from non-invasive food analysis methods through the SorfML online platform

Prof. George Nuchas,  Laboratory of Microbiology and Food Biotechnology of AUA

45’

Case-Studies

a) Demonstration of the PhasmaFOOD device protortype and presentation of the PhasmaFOOD project  achievements

Paraskevas Bourgos, WINGS, Technical Manager of PhasmaFOOD

b) Developing a cloud base repository - Applying non-invasive methods to meat quality assessment, evaluation of results & fresh meat supply chain monitoring - QAPP project

Assoc. Prof. Stathis Panagou, Laboratory of Microbiology and Food Biotechnology of AUA

 

c) Is it possible to apply Blockchain technologies to the Food Industry? Examples of related domains.

Prof. Pavlos Efraimidis, Democritus University of Thrace

30’

Round table - discussion - questions and closing of the workshop

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