Tag «sensory science»

PhD student profile, Noemi Sofia Rabitti

Noemi Sofia Rabitti (cycle 36)

PhD Student: Noemi Sofia Rabitti (ORCID n. 0000-0002-8710-099X)   Supervisor: Prof. Monica Laureati – DeFENS Dean: Prof. Diego Mora Research area: Food Science and Nutrition   Research topic Sensory and consumer science for the development of new, healthy and sustainable foods Project Synopsis Food preferences are the result of the combined effect of environment (exposure and experience) and …

Awarded PhD student, Camilla Cattaneo

Camilla Cattaneo (cycle 32)

Camilla Cattaneo, PhD student in the Food Systems PhD course (Università degli Studi di Milano), has been awarded with The Rick Bell Memorial Travel Scholarship to attend the 2019 Pangborn Sensory Science Symposium in Edinburg, Scotland this coming July. Camilla was selected among a very large number of excellent young sensory and consumer scientists for …

Camilla Cattaneo published an innovative sensory science study

Camilla Cattaneo (cycle 32)

Camilla Cattaneo, 3rd-year PhD student of the Food Systems programme at the University of Milan, has recently published in Nature-Scientific Reports some preliminary results regarding her PhD project, carrying out a innovative study in the field of sensory sciences aimed at investigating a possible relationship among taste perception, oral microbiota composition and nutritional intake. Cattaneo, …

Awarded PhD student, Camilla Cattaneo

Camilla Cattaneo (cycle 32)

We are all pleased and proud to announce that Camilla Cattaneo, PhD student in Food Systems University of Milan, has been selected as the Awardee of the Sensory Sciences Scholarship (15000 $) for the academic year of 2018/2019. The most prestigiuos scholarship in the Sensory Science field, is awarded annually worldwilde in honor of the memory of Prof. Rose Marie …

Seminar, 17 April 2018

PhD Food Systems

17th April 2018 (16.30, Room “Aula di Biochimica”, Via Celoria 2 – Milan; Faculty of Agricultural and Food Science) Towards integration of computational, sensory and cell-based approaches for studying taste Masha Niv (Institute of Biochemistry, Food Science and Nutrition, The Robert H Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel) …

PhD student profile, Camilla Cattaneo

Camilla Cattaneo (cycle 32)

PhD Student: Camilla Cattaneo Tutor: Prof. Ella Pagliarini – DeFENS Dean: Prof. Ella Pagliarini Research area: Food Science and Nutrition   Research topic Sensory perception, food preference and obesity: perceptive, psychological and behavioural determinants of obesity strategy to prevent overweight   Project Synopsis The aim of this PhD project is to evaluate taste perception in relation …

PhD student profile, Cristina Proserpio

Cristina Proserpio (cycle 29)

PhD Student: Cristina Proserpio Tutor: Prof. Ella Pagliarini, DeFENS Dean: Prof. Francesco Bonomi Research area: Food Science and Nutrition PhD title achieved on: 4th April 2017   Research topic Sensory perception, food preference and obesity: perceptive, psychological and behavioural determinants of obesity strategy to prevent overweight   Project Synopsis Fairly poor data have been reported …

Seminar, 20 April 2016

20th April 2016 (14.30, Room B8, Via Celoria 26 – Milan) Better understanding of bitter taste using computer simulations and sensory studies Dr. Masha Niv Institute of Biochemistry, Food Science and Nutrition Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment & Fritz Haber Center for Molecular Dynamics The Hebrew University, Jerusalem (ISRAEL)

Seminar, 30 June 2015

30th June 2015 (10.30, Hall V9; Via Vanvitelli – Milan) Micro and macro structure as a tool for defining the physical and sensory properties of food Dr. Stefano Renzetti Research Scientist; Functional Ingredients TNO, Zeist, The Netherlands