3rd Central European Congress on Food ((CEFood 2006))

Venue: Sofia

Location: Sofia, Bulgaria

Event Date/Time: May 22, 2006 End Date/Time: May 24, 2006
Registration Date: May 22, 2006
Early Registration Date: Mar 01, 2006
Abstract Submission Date: Mar 01, 2006
Paper Submission Date: May 22, 2006
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The programme of CEFood 2006 is structured around the following five main themes:
1. Smart Technologies for Sustainable Food
Production and Preservation
2. Food Quality, Manufacturing and Preservation
3. Continuous Traceability and Ubiquitous Food Chain Management
4. Advances in Food Refrigeration and Cold Chain Logistics
5. Improved Nutrition for Life, Health and Longevity

More specifically, the organisers call research contributions on any of the topics listed below or on other relevant areas:

Post-harvest technologies
Fruit and vegetable processing technologies
Meat and meat product technologies
Milk and dairy product technologies
Fermentation technologies
Brewing, enology and soft drink production
Confectionery and snack foods
Cereal technologies
Fat and oil technologies
Food preservation technologies
Refrigerated processing, chilled and frozen foods
Refrigerated warehousing
Refrigerated transport
Retail refrigeration
Household handling of refrigerated foods
Cold chain equipment and logistics
Nutrition, dietetics and functional foods
Food chemistry, food ingredients, additives and bioactive compounds
Residues and contaminants in foods
Organic foods and supply chain
Food biotechnology, microbiology and genomics
Food safety and hygiene throughout food chain
Food pathogens, food born diseases and risk assessment
Achievements in food engineering and food process engineering
Food packaging and labelling
Innovative IT applications in food chain
Instrumental measurement and theoretical prediction of food properties
Advanced sensors for in-situ and on-line monitoring of food quality
Modelling, simulation and optimisation in food industry
Thermodynamics and heat transfer processes in food chain
Continuous traceability and ubiquitous food chain control
Shelf-life prediction and control
Energy efficiency and environmental friendliness of food chain
Consumer aspects, food policy, economics and legislation