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The 48th Annual Food Science and Technology Conference hosted by University of Limerick and IFSTI

Mon, 16 Dec 2019

Date: Monday, December 16, 2019
Time: 10:00 to 16:30
Duration: All Day
Location: Health Sciences Building, University of Limerick, Ireland

University of Limerick and the Institute of Food Science and Technology of Ireland are delighted to announce the 48th Annual Food Science and Technology Conference. Building on previous successful events in University College Cork, Teagasc and University College Dublin we are delighted that this year University of Limerick will act as host. The primary purpose of the conference is assisting the professional development of young food scientists by providing them with opportunities to present their research in the broader food science and technology area, to interact and network with their peers, and to hear key-note addresses on a range of food-related issues from professionals working in the food industry. It also provides an exciting snapshot of the diversity and depth of food science and technology research ongoing in Ireland and a valuable opportunity to build new collaborations. Kerry Group will also host a careers stand at the event.

At the close of the conference, prizes will be awarded for best oral and poster presentations.

Registration: All interested parties can register at https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/48th-annual-food-science-and-technology-conference-tickets-79698663849

Call for Papers

The main themes of the conference are:

  •         Advances in Food Chemistry and Technology
  •         Food Processing and Technology Innovations
  •         Food Safety and Quality
  •         Nutrition and Health
  •         Food Business and Marketing
  •         Sustainable Food Production

Abstract Submission Instructions:  Abstract submission is now open for oral and poster presentations. Abstracts should be no longer than 300 words. They should briefly include an introduction, objective and materials and methods. The main focus should be on results and the abstract should end with a conclusion. Sufficient information should be provided (e.g., number of experimental units, means, standard errors and statistical significance) to enable the reader to evaluate the conclusions drawn. The abstract template is attached or can be downloaded from here. Completed abstracts should be submitted by email to IFSTIconference2019@ul.ie before November 25th 2019.