• Seiano, June 5-8 2017
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The  International School on Modeling and Simulation

in Food and Bio Processing

MSFS2017 is an international-short-term school aimed to introduce modeling “from fundamental phenomena up to complex multiphysics environment and multiscale” to fellows involved in research, both in academy and industries, in the field of food and bio processes. Particularly, the school is mainly addressed to fellows involved in research in food and bio-science...

 

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 Early bird deadline extended

 

The early bird deadline  has been extended up to March 31st

 

Poster session and special issue of IJFS

Training School MSFS2017: Poster session for participants & special issue of International Journal of Food Studies

 

We are happy to share with you that at International School on Modeling and Simulation in Food and Bio Processes (MSFS2017) there will be a poster session.

Each participant willing to present her/his research topic and results can bring over a poster, prepared in accordance with the instructions available at http://www.msfs2017.org.

Authors of best posters will be encouraged to submit a paper to a special issue of International Journal of Food Studies, dedicated to Modeling and Simulation in Food and Bio Processes. The Journal is indexed on several indexing archives including Scopus


 

 

 

The School

 

 

Aim of the School:

MSFS2017 is an international-short-term school aimed to introduce modeling “from fundamental phenomena up to complex multiphysics environment and multiscale” to fellows involved in research, both in academy and industries, in the field of food and bio processes. Particularly, the school is mainly addressed to fellows involved in research in food and bio-science, technology and engineering, who have limited experiences in modeling and/or fellows with intermediate knowledge....more

 

 

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Fabrizio Sarghini @ +390812539457

 

 

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