Katharina Pälchen won the Best Flash presentation award at the Virtual International Conference on Food Digestion, web conference, 6-7 May 2021, for her presentation entitled ‘Moving towords more complex static in vitro digestion conditions to evaluate macronutrient digestion of chickpeas: the difference between simple and simpler’. Well-done, Katharina!Read More »
Katharina Pälchen won the Best Flash presentation award at the Virtual International Conference on F...
It has been great to see the overall research progress made by all our ESR during our final FOODENGI...
A large delegation of our ESRs was present at the 35th EFFOST Conference 2021, 1-4 November 2021, La...
Laura Noordraven won the PhD Student of the Year (first prize) at 35th EFFoST Conference, 1-4 Novemb...
Most of the fellows are currently writing scientific papers and their PhD thesis. Do you want to kno...
It has been great to see the overall research progress made by all our ESR during our final FOODENGINE event organized on September 29-30, 2021. Each fellow presented his overall research progress at the level of individual presentation and a specific part of the research was presented through as a poster. We are very proud on this generation of young ...Read More »
A large delegation of our ESRs was present at the 35th EFFOST Conference 2021, 1-4 November 2021, Lausanne, Switserland, to present their research work through oral or poster presentations. What nice to see how these young scientist are almost ready for obtaining their PhD. We are grateful for the international interest for the Foodengine related research topics.Read More »
Laura Noordraven won the PhD Student of the Year (first prize) at 35th EFFoST Conference, 1-4 November 2021, Lausanne, Switserland, award given in collaboration with Cargill, for her PhD research on the ‘Impact of thermal processing and storage on the rheological and flavour aspects of chickpea-based systems: focus on whole chickpea and chickpea flours’. We are very proud on Laura for this ...Read More »
Most of the fellows are currently writing scientific papers and their PhD thesis. Do you want to know which research output has been valorised in a research paper already? Visit the ‘Publication page‘ of the website to get an idea.Read More »
The FOODENGINE fellows are in the final stage of their PhD. The dates of the public PhD defenses will be announced on the PhD defenses page of the website. Please check this page regularly to stay updated.Read More »
After 1.5 years of having online workshops and winterschools, we are happy to announce that the final FOODENGINE event will take place in a live setting in Leuven (Belgium) on September 29 and 30, 2021. During these two days, the fellows have the opportunity to share the main findings of their research in a presentation and to present part of their ...Read More »
It has been a while since our first newsletter was posted, but here it is: Newsletter 2! In this edition, the fellows give an impression how their lives changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and how this impacted scientific conferences. Next to this, the fellows introduce you to the ‘Food supply chain’.Read More »
Last week, Krishna S. Hidangmayum (ESR 7) participated in the 6th International ISEKI-Food Conference (June 23- 25, 2021). He received an award for his poster on “Investigating instrumental and sensorial changes in a vegan tomato soup during accelerated storage”. Many congratulations Krishna!Read More »
On June 1 and 2, the last FOODENGINE workshop with specific skill training sessions was organised online. On the first day, the fellows learned more about Goals, Appraisals and Performance Culture. On the second day, some tips and tricks were given about CV writing and job interviews. As a continuation, the fellows will have the opportunity to have a real job ...Read More »