October 15 – 18, 2019 – 16th ASEAN FOOD CONFERENCE 2019

October 15 – 18,  2019 – 16th ASEAN FOOD CONFERENCE 2019

16th ASEAN FOOD CONFERENCE 2019

“OUTLOOK AND OPPORTUNITIES OF FOOD TECHNOLOGY AND CULINARY FOR TOURISM INDUSTRY”

Grand Bali Beach Hotel, Sanur – Bali, Indonesia Wednesday – Friday, 15 – 18 October 2019

The Asean Food Conference is intended to bring together experts, researchers and scientists in the field of food science and technology in ASEAN regions as food is an important aspect because of its significance in maintaining a healthy life and also its essential support for economic development. It features technical sessions focusing on the topics of food processing, food microbiology and fermentation, post-harvest technology, food safety, organic, and halaal foods, and much more.

Website: www.afc2019-bali.com – Download program: Tentative-Schedule-of-Conference__ABS.pdf (27 downloads)

Technical sessions

The technical session is divided into 7 sub-themes/topics:

  • Food Processing
  • Food Microbiology and Fermentation
  • Post-Harvest Technology
  • Health and Nutrition
  • Food Engineering and Packaging
  • Food Safety, Culinary, and Halal Foods
  • Food Management, Distribution, and Regulation.

Plenary session

  • Dr. Mary Schmidl, (President of IUFoST): Trends in Nutraceuticals and Functional Foods
  • Dr. Kenji Sato (Kyoto University): Marine Product: Current and Health Trends in Japan
  • Dr. Made S. Utama (UCDP, Udayana University): Food Tradition, Tourism and Biodiversity
  • Dr Aman Wirakartakusumah (President Elect of International Academy of Food Science and Technology, IUFoST): Global Food Sssues Towards 2045
  • Dr. Zhou Weibiao (NUS, Singapore): Reinventing Food Engineering to Achieve Global Food Security
  • Dr. Koh Yew Ming (MIFT, Malaysia): The Importance of Food Analysis and Food Traceability

SELAMAT Plenary Session:

  • Dr. Hans Marvin: (RIKILT Wageningen University and Research, Netherlands: Big Data in Relation to Food Safety and Food Security)
  • Dr. Teresa Crespo (iBET – Instituto de Biologia Experimental e Tecnológica, Portugal): Water Dangers and Food Safety: Mermaids, Sharks, Microorganisms and Viruses
  • Prof. Rijkelt Beumer (RIKLT Wageningen University and Research, Institute of Food Safety, Netherlands): Culinary Safety: Trends and Challenges