The SMARTMILK technology will be presented in an open demonstration due to February 27th, 2013, to share the final results of an alternative milk treatment method to pasteurisation that is based on a combination of thermosonication and pulsed electric field (PEF) technologies.
IRIS R&D headquarters in Castelldefels, Barcelona (Spain) will hold this technical session, addressed to all SMEs, companies and organisations in the agrofood and dairy sectors. The project consortium, from organisations and universities across Europe, will be present at the SMARTMILK final event.
Wednesday, February 27th – OPEN DEMONSTRATION SESSION
09:45 – Welcome and register
10:15 - Presentation of the SMARTMILK project
10:30 – Introduction to MTS and PEF technologies and laboratory results, by Dr James Lyng from University College de Dublin (UCD)
11:00 – SMARTMILK technology as a result of upscaling, by IRIS technical engineer Ivan Vilaró.
11:15 – Demonstration of the SMARTMILK technology, including Q&A, in IRIS laboratories.
12.00 – Validation of the SMARTMILK technology, by Dr Ana Rodríguez from the Dairy Products Institute of Asturias (CSIC-IPLA)
12.15 – Conclusions and future steps of the SMARTMILK technology
12.30 – End of the Open Demonstration
12.30 – Final conclusions and evaluation
13.00 – End of the Consortium meeting and optional lunch
Dr Edurne Gaston Estanga, from IRIS, will lead the demonstration event. She coordinates the SMARTMILK project and she leads the Food Technology area in IRIS. The technical team of the project and members of the consortium will attend this event and will answer questions raised by any attendee.
Everybody is welcome to attend this open demonstration, which is planned to start around 10am and finish before 1pm as below:
Should you wish to register, please contact Natalia Llansana by sending an email to nllansana [at] iris.cat or calling to +34 93 557 01 12.