Young Scientist Lecture – Dr. Cornelia Rauh


Glaucia Maria Pastore (Brazil) presents Young Scientist Award Winner Cornelia Rauh (Germany) with a certificate of recognition

Winner of the Young Scientist Award – Dr. Cornelia Rauh from the Friedrich-Alexander University in Germany is one of seven Young Scientists to win the Award. Dr. Rauh also won the opportunity to lecture during the Opening Plenary where she discussed ‘Mathematical modelling, numerical simulation and adaptive control of processes in food and biotechnology.’

These Young Scientists had to meet the criteria of:

  • A Candidate who best exemplifies food science and technology nationally
  • A Candidate’s ability to represent himself/herself in an oral presentation in a plenary setting
  • A Candidate whose focus exemplifies the Congress theme: “Addressing Global Food Security and Wellness through Food Science and Technology” with international application

The other Young Scientists to win this award are:

Fernanda Vanin (Brazil)

Chibuike Udenigwe (Canada)

Yeting Liu (Singapore)

Donna-Maree Cawthorn (South Africa)

Claudia Troeger (United Kingdom)

Lili He (United States)

Congratulations to all the winners!

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