Past Papers & Posters

Here are a list of accepted past papers and posters.

 

Extraction and characterizations of gelatin from camel skins

Peter Williams

 

Methyl esterification patterns of commercial and chemically modified pectins

Peter Williams

 

Unique Properties of GRINDSTED® Pectin PRIME

Rasmus Lybech Jensen

 

Stabilization of beverages with gellan gum

Lise Stouby

 

A novel class of xanthan derivatives for preparing stable oil-in-water emulsions

Céline Fantou

 

Physicochemical Properties of the Ultrahigh Methoxylated Pectin

Xiao Hua

 

The effects of polysaccharides incorporating into sodium caseinate-high melting point fat microparticles to the survival of probiotic bacteria during simulated gastrointestinal digestion and storage

Peter Williams

 

PLENARY: Food industry: natural landscape on hydrocolloid use

Peter Williams

 

Chitosans and cyclodextrin polymers to design new biodegradable antifungal coating

Veronique Coma

 

Brush-like polysaccharides with motif-specific interactions

Gleb Yakubov

 

Design of pectin based hydrogels with tunable structures

Mikaela Börjesson

 

INVITED: Dietary Fiber, Prebiotics and The Gut Microbiome

Stuart Craig

 

Starch Suspension Mouthfeel: Correlating Sensory and Rheological Properties

Shen Siung Wong

 

INVITED: Function of modified starch as an emulsifier and moderator for the controlled release of bioactive compounds

Peter Williams

 

Effect of chia seed gum (Salvia hispanica L.) on the thermo-reversible gelation of kappa-carrageenan as influenced by calcium ions

Christos Soukoulis

 

Use of protein-polysaccharides based hydrocolloid system for improve targeted delivery of probiotics

iqra Yasmin

 

Development of biomimetic mucus gel material

María del Mar Collado González

 

Valorization of Gelidium sesquipedale seaweed for the production of polysaccharide-based fractions with interest in food applications

Marta Martínez Sanz

 

Protein/polysaccharide co-precipitates for the independent co-delivery of two actives from simple o/w emulsions

Fotis Spyropoulos

 

Stability evaluation of highly concentrated emulsions using Diffusing Wave Spectroscopy (DWS)

Peter Williams