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Press release 2015 (Buehler AG)
 

"Top European scientists discuss latest research"

EFCE PRESS RELEASE 4/2014


Producing emulsions in food could be less energy intensive


 

 

 


Highlights

Section on Food

 
European Workshop on Food Engineering and Technology
 

  • 11th European PhD Workshop on Food Engineering and Technology
    Presentations of selected national PhD students in Food Engineering and Technology at European level
    Nestle PTC, Singen, Germany, 27-28 April 2017
         Programme
      REPORT
  • 10th European PhD Workshop on Food Engineering and Technology
    Bühler AG, Uzwil, Switzerland, 28-29 April 2016
         REPORT
  • 9th European PhD Workshop on Food Engineering and Technology
    Bühler AG, Uzwil, Switzerland, 24-25 March 2015
        
    REPORT: Download the press release here  
  • 8th European Workshop on Food Engineering and Technology
    German Institute of Food Technologies (DIL), Quakenbrück, Germany, 1-2 April 2014
         ProgrammeHandout
  • 7th European Workshop on Food Engineering and Technology
    Barilla Headquarters, Parma, Italy, 7-8 May 2013
        First announcement and call for nominations
  • 6th European Workshop on Food Engineering and Technology
    Singen, Germany, 7-8 March 2012
        First announcement and invitationProgramme
  • 5th European Workshop on Food Engineering and Technology
    Valencia, Spain, 22-23 March 2011
        First announcement and invitation
  • 4th European Workshop on Food Engineering and Technology
    Belgrade, Serbia, 27 - 28 May 2010
        First announcement and invitation
  • 3rd European Workshop on Food Engineering and Technology
    Naples -Portici, 21-22 May 2009
  • 2nd European Workshop on Food Engineering and Technology
    Massy, France, 26-27 May 2008
        Programme
  • 1st European Workshop on Food Engineering and Technology
    Berlin, Germany, 21-22 May 2007
        Programme

 


 

Julius Maggi Research Award

  
The Julius Maggi Research Award, sponsored by Nestlé's Product Technology Centre in Singen, is a prize of 2,500 Euros which is awarded to the best scientific paper presented by a PhD student at the annual European Workshop on Food Engineering and Technology . Selection criteria of the international jury include the practical importance to the food industry, the high quality, and the presentation in a clear and convincing way. The winner  and and runner-up are also invited to spend a week at the Nestlé Research Center in Switzerland. .
 

Winners of the Julius Maggi Research Award

2017

The 3 top candidates were:

  • Kristin Lügger, TU Hamburg-Harburg, Germany
    "Lipid migration in crystalline fat suspensions: Investigation of possible pathways and mechanisms"
  • Jannina Dombrowski, TU Munich, Germany
    "Structural characterization of milk protein-stabilized foams: A multiscale approach"
  • Katariina Rommi, VTT Espoo, Finland
    "Enzyme-aided recovery of protein from rapeseed cold-press cake"
2016
  • Winner: Pia Meinlschmidt, Technical University Munich / Fraunhofer IVV, Germany
    "Low-Allergen Food Ingredients – An Insight into Nonthermal Food Processing Technologies to Mitigate Soybean Allergy"

Two candidates received the second place:

  • Ulrike Schmidt, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
    "Citrus pectin as a hydrocolloid emulsifier: Emulsifying and emulsion stabilizing properties"
  • Kemal Aganovic, DIL e.V. / KZ Leuven, Belgium
    "Headspace fingerprinting and sensory evaluation to discriminate between traditional and alternative pasteurization of watermelon juice"
2015

17 selected PhD students from 12 European Countries, including Israel) were invited and hosted by Bühler (up to 500 € / student for travel and accommodation expenses) after a rigorous review process of the applications received by the key food engineering professors. 14 European food engineering Professors were also present at the event. The 3 top candidates were:

  • Cornelia Koller, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
  • Juhani Sibakov, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland
  • Katharina Kelemen, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

This year’s Julius Maggi Research Award, sponsored by Nestlé PTC Singen, was given to Cornelia KOLLER from ETHZ for her project on ‘High-Pressure Micro-Foaming of Fat-Continuous Confectionary Systems’.

All 3 top candidates will be invited to present their work at a Nestlé Product and Technology Center.

Download the press release about the winner of the 2015 Julius Maggi Research Award here

2014   

Award winner: David LLOYD, University of Birmingham, UK

2nd price: Erika GEORGET, Leibniz University, Hannover, D

3rd price: Delphine HUC, National Research Institute of Science and Technology for Environment and Agriculture (IRSTEA), F

All 3 top candidates will be invited to the Nestlé PTC Singen, Germany, to present their results and to get insights into Nestle R&D activities.

Out of the top contenders of the previous PhD workshops 3 have meanwhile assumed professorships (Technion,IL; U. Osnabrück, D; U BOKU, Vienna,A)
 
Download the press release about the winner of the 2014 Julius Maggi Research Award here

2012 Ms Katharina SCHOESSLER
2010 Dipl.-Ing. Wolfgang KUEHNL
2009 Mr. Dan GOLDMAN
2008 Dr.-Ing. Kevin K. PARDEY
2007 Dr. Thomas KARBOWIAK

 

 

 

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