EVENTS
TRFOODMICRORISK 2014
18.02.2014

 

Predictive Modelling and Risk Assessment in Food Microbiology
A Workshop by
Prof. Dr. József Baranyi, Research Leader, Institute of Food Research, Norwich, UK
Prof. Dr. Mark Tamplin, Leader, Food Safety Center, University of Tasmania, AUSTRALIA
Dr. Mariem Ellouze, Project manager, French Institute for Pork Products, Paris, FRANCE
Prof. József Baranyi
Prof. József Baranyi is a Mathematician, research leader. Expertise: modelling microbial responses to food environments. Author or co-author of >70 refereed research papers, with > 3000 citations in total. Invited and keynote speaker, scientific committee member in numerous international conferences; has coordinated in several projects funded by UK government, EU and industry. Invited expert on UK and EC projects and panels. Held >60 predictive microbiology workshops all around the world. Statistical advisor of Journal of Applied Microbiology 1996 – 2010. Member of the Editorial Board of Applied and Environmental Microbiology since 1998. Editor, BMC Microbial Informatics and Experimentation, since 2010. His mathematical model on bacterial growth is one of the most frequently quoted models in predictive microbiology. Co-funder of the ComBase Consortium, 2003.