Biosystems and Food Engineering Research Review 25

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Title: Biosystems and Food Engineering Research Review 25
Editors: Cummins, Enda; Curran, Thomas P.
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Date: 31-May-2020
Online since: 2020-11-06T15:17:25Z
Abstract: The Twenty Fifth Annual Research Review describes the ongoing research programme in the School of Biosystems and Food Engineering at University College Dublin from over 124 researchers (15 academic staff, 1 technician, 10 postdoctoral researchers and 98 postgraduates). The research programme covers three focal areas: Food and Process Engineering; Bioresource Systems; and Bioenvironmental Engineering. Each area is divided into sub-areas as outlined in the Table of Contents which also includes the name of the research scholar (in bold); the research supervisor(s); the title of the research; the nature of the research programme; and the research sponsors.
Funding Details: Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine
European Commission Horizon 2020
Irish Research Council
Science Foundation Ireland
University College Dublin
metadata.dc.description.othersponsorship: China Scholarship Council
Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland
Type of material: Book
Publisher: University College Dublin. School of Biosystems and Food Engineering
Keywords: Food and process engineeringBiosystemsSustainable energyEnvironmental technologyBioenvironmental engineering
Language: en
Status of Item: Not peer reviewed
ISSN: 1649-475X
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