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IA – ISEKI Academy

The IA (ISEKI Academy) is an internal body of IFA (ISEKI-Food Association) created to recognize outstanding achievements of scientific and technical expertise. Fore more information a leaflet can be downloaded.

 

ISEKI Academy Objectives:

  • to recognize and identify individuals with high reputation, especially from the ISEKI_Food Network for their outstanding contributions to the integration of Food Science and Engineering Knowledge into the Food Chain,
  • to promote international integration and Exchange of information, also from other sciences of importance for the ISEKI_Food Network
  • to provide recognition to individuals who have supported international education and training in the field of Food Science and Engineering Knowledge,
  • to promote scientific endeavor and encourage communication, discussion and interaction with similar groups,
  • to identify individuals for their highly distinguished PhD studies

 

IFA Academy members:

 

since  2016

Rui Costa IPC – Instituto Politécnico de Coimbra, Portugal
 Jesus Frias CelayetaDIT – Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
 Gustavo F. Gutiérrez-LópezNational School of Biological Sciences-National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico
 Peter HoUniversity of Leeds, UK
 Vassiliki OreopoulouNational Technical University of Athens, Greece
 Sam SaguyThe Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

since 2014

Kristberg KristbergssonUniversity of Iceland
Richard MarshallBath SPA University
Paola PittiaUniversity of Teramo
Marco Dalla RosaUniversity of Bologna
Gerhard SchleiningUniversity of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna
Paul SinghUniversity of California
Paulo SobralUniversity of São Paulo
Margarida VieiraUniversity of Algarve

 

  since 2011

 Elisabeth DumoulinAgroparistech
Helmut GlattesAustria
Klaus GuthyGermany
Harris LazaridesAristotle University of Thessaloniki
Saverio ManninoUniversity of Milan
Augusto MedinaSPI, Portugal
Cristina L.M. SilvaUniv. Católica Portuguesa