The ICPMF board is formed by ten members, from different organizations all over the world, being active in the field of Predictive Modelling in Food and demonstrating a relevant contribution and engagement in the sustainable development of this area in the different scopes of application: Academia, Industry and Government. The ICPMF board has the remit of maintaining the organization of the biennial ICPMF conference and promoting workshops, symposia and other activities aimed to transfer the generated know-how and scientific and technological advances to the food modeler community, the food sector and society in general.
Nestlé Research center
University of Cordoba
National Food Institute (DTU Food) Technical University of Denmark
University of Malta
Anderson de Souza Sant'Ana
University of Campinas
Polytechnic Institute of Braganza
French Dairy Board (CNIEL)
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National Food Institute (DTU Food) Technical University of Denmark
M.H. (Marcel) Zwietering
Wageningen University and Research
Physics Department, Imperial College, University of Debrecen (Previously Head (2006 - 2016) of Computational Microbiology Research Group Former Institute of Food Research
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