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#1 SaRaRa

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Posted 16 November 2009 - 07:16 PM

Cheers mates!

My name is Filip (some people already know me in this forum) and I really love helping out whenever I can. If any student needs help with technical/processing/physicochemical issues... don't get shy... pm me and I will try to help in any way I can! I am not a teacher or anything (...yet :P) but I would love to become one someday! I just have a plain Bachelor but I do know some stuff! :P

The only problem right now is that I don't have enough free time because I am fulfilling my military services. But I 'll try to help anyway!



Good luck to all of you with your studies!
Filip



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Posted 17 November 2009 - 04:35 AM

Dear Filip,

Its good of you for your kind gesture to food technology students.Its my hope they will contact you for any help.

Regards,
Jeremy



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Posted 17 November 2009 - 04:41 PM

Thanx Jeremy! :biggrin:
Always glad to help in any way I can!



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Posted 25 January 2010 - 08:54 PM

hi Philip,
I am a student at greenwich uni for Msc food safety and quality management.
Any suggestion for selecting project topic.
i have one in mind: use of nanotechonology in food industry?
thanks for help
min



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Posted 06 February 2010 - 12:34 PM

Dear Min,

I am sorry for not replying fast but unfortunately I don't get in front of a PC often these days (I am serving in the Greek army as obliged by law).

I think that the topic that you 've chosen is and will be very important in the near future. There is another topic somewhere in the forum concerning nanotechnology which has some interesting links that you can check out. For the time being I 've found something for you to read:

Nanotechnology and food

Nanotechnology in agriculture and food

The development of regulations for food nanotechnology

Applications of nanotechnology to food

Nanotechnology for food applications: current status and consumer safety concerns

Risk governance of nanotechnology applications in food and cosmetics

Nanotechnology safety concerns revisited

Nanotechnology in food processing, packaging and safety (course at Lund University, Sweden)

Whenever I 'll have time I 'll look for more. Things will be easier for me if you let me know exactly what you are looking for since nanotechnology is a vast field.

Best wishes
Philip



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Posted 08 February 2010 - 07:49 PM

Many thanks Philip,
I haven't selected any topic yet but i must select something within 2 weeks.
If you have anything in mind hot which help in my career will appreciate your effort.
currently i am working meat processing industry.
your feed back welcome
many thanks
Regards
Min



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Posted 09 February 2010 - 10:30 AM

Some topics that I found online:

Biochips for disease detection in livestock

Biochips for animal breeding

Nanosensors to track livestock

Molecular food manufacturing

The handbook of nanotechnology

The future of active packaging techniques for meat and fish

In vitro meat

I 'll look more next time!
Good luck!
Philip



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Posted 03 August 2010 - 02:11 PM

Hi Philip,
Thanks for all this...
Have you got any other topics in mind.. doesnt matte related to nanotechnology.
I am looking for good reserachable topic so i can finish it up...
thanks for help
regards
Min




Some topics that I found online:

Biochips for disease detection in livestock

Biochips for animal breeding

Nanosensors to track livestock

Molecular food manufacturing

The handbook of nanotechnology

The future of active packaging techniques for meat and fish

In vitro meat

I 'll look more next time!
Good luck!
Philip



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Posted 04 August 2010 - 09:09 AM

Hey min,

You said you were working (internship I suppose) in the meat industry?
If you are interested in Meat Science and Technology here are some ideas/topics that might interest you:

- Meat packaging
- Meat microbiology
- Meat decontamination
- Meat fermentation
- Meat quality
- Novel technologies for microbial spoilage prevention of meat and meat products
- Automation technologies for the meat processing plant
- Sensors for quality control during processing of meat and meat products
- Quality assurance and HACCP system in meat processing industries
- Sensory evaluation of meat and meat products
- Restructured whole tissue meats
- Genetically modified organisms in meat products
- Bioengineering of farm animals and meat quality and safety
- Gene technology for meat quality
- Functional meat products
- Aging and tenderization mechanisms

Good luck!



Regards,
Philip



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Posted 24 November 2010 - 12:34 PM

Hi all

Same here i am always happy to help if anyone ever needs it.

I too only have a first degree in food safety & quality management and a background in mainly fresh produce, but be happy to help if i can :)

Kate



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Posted 11 April 2011 - 05:51 AM

:helpplease: Dear everybody



I need help in my assignment which is comparison between (coordinate measuring machine and high speed vision ) if possible anybody can give me help on it with websites or pdf or any information can be helpful .

Very urgent because I have to submit my assignment as soon as possible

Thanks in advance

Sunuds

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Posted 03 June 2011 - 05:34 AM

Hi Dear,
Can you help me with finding a project topic?
Currently i studying Msc in food safety and Quality managment,
We gace to do project on food related subject.,
If anybody have any idea on good project please let me know.
I am quite happy to work with anyone.
My interest in PRebiotic or nanotechnologies etc.
but any other good project idea welcome.
thanks for help
regards
Min



Hi all

Same here i am always happy to help if anyone ever needs it.

I too only have a first degree in food safety & quality management and a background in mainly fresh produce, but be happy to help if i can :)

Kate



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Posted 03 June 2011 - 05:36 AM

Hi Dear,
Can you help me with finding a project topic?
Currently i studying Msc in food safety and Quality managment,
We gace to do project on food related subject.,
If anybody have any idea on good project please let me know.
I am quite happy to work with anyone.
My interest in PRebiotic or nanotechnologies etc.
but any other good project idea welcome.
thanks for help
regards
Min



Hi all

Same here i am always happy to help if anyone ever needs it.

I too only have a first degree in food safety & quality management and a background in mainly fresh produce, but be happy to help if i can :)

Kate



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Posted 07 September 2011 - 10:15 PM

Hi!


I just posted a new topic but... maybe you can help and give me some advice on my dissertation topic! :)


1. The cost, benefits, and barriers of implementing HACCP inthe dairy processing sector.
2. Incentives for the adoption of food safety standards: HACCP,BRC and SQF


3. Customer-driven food safety and quality assurance


What do you think? Or any otehr better ideas?
I've gotten more familiar with HACCP recently, but BRC and SQF will be quite new to me. So I wll have to purchase a copy on those standards if I choose that topic. I also want something that my company can relate to if I am getting their support on this.




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Posted 09 September 2011 - 12:09 PM

Hi!


I just posted a new topic but... maybe you can help and give me some advice on my dissertation topic! :)


1. The cost, benefits, and barriers of implementing HACCP inthe dairy processing sector.
2. Incentives for the adoption of food safety standards: HACCP,BRC and SQF


3. Customer-driven food safety and quality assurance


What do you think? Or any otehr better ideas?
I've gotten more familiar with HACCP recently, but BRC and SQF will be quite new to me. So I wll have to purchase a copy on those standards if I choose that topic. I also want something that my company can relate to if I am getting their support on this.



You do not need to purchase the SQF standard as it is freely available from the www.sqfi.com website. It is a good standard with a lot of information.

I shall also recommend you to consult the following website from Victoria (Australia). It has got a very useful information that you are seeking.


http://www.dairysafe...tid=3&Itemid=51

Regards



Dr Ajay Shah.,
BSc (Hons), MSc, PhD, PGCE(FE)
Managing Director & Principal Consultant
AAS Food Technology Pty Ltd
www.aasfood.com


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Posted 29 January 2012 - 01:27 PM

Hello!!!Are you still helping students??

Vasika eisai ellinas??:))

Cheers mates!

My name is Filip (some people already know me in this forum) and I really love helping out whenever I can. If any student needs help with technical/processing/physicochemical issues... don't get shy... pm me and I will try to help in any way I can! I am not a teacher or anything (...yet :P) but I would love to become one someday! I just have a plain Bachelor but I do know some stuff! :P

The only problem right now is that I don't have enough free time because I am fulfilling my military services. But I 'll try to help anyway!



Good luck to all of you with your studies!
Filip



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Posted 30 January 2012 - 07:52 AM

Hello! Well I can at least try!

kai nai! :)
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Posted 30 January 2012 - 04:43 PM

Ellinida eimai k egw k kanw master in Food Technology. Exw mia ergasia na kanw gia haccp analysis kai eimai ligo asxeth.An

mporeis na me voithiseis tha me eswzes!!

:rolleyes:

approx. translation
Greek I k I k I master in Food Technology. I have a job to do haccp analysis and I'm just ascheti.An
can you help me I would be saved!


Edited by Charles.C, 30 January 2012 - 08:11 PM.
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Posted 30 January 2012 - 05:25 PM

Ellinida eimai k egw k kanw master in Food Technology. Exw mia ergasia na kanw gia haccp analysis kai eimai ligo asxeth.An

mporeis na me voithiseis tha me eswzes!!

:rolleyes:



wx... me HACCP kai food safety genika, den mporw na se voh8hsw polu. Kuriws me process engineering kai enzyma exw sxesh. Ti akrivws exeis na kaneis ?


approx. translation

oh ... with HACCP and food safety in general, I can not help you much. Especially with process engineering and related enzymes I. What exactly have to do;

Edited by Charles.C, 30 January 2012 - 08:13 PM.
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Posted 30 January 2012 - 05:41 PM

An dn exeis idea k esu ti na sou lew!!Tha ponokefaliaseis!:doh:

Prepei na kanoume to haccp plan gia thn paragwgh chicken and mushroom pie.Vasika mou apantisan kapoia atoma se post pou ekana k kati pistevw katalava.Tha to palepsw k vlepoume..Thanks anyway!!:rolleyes:

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If you already have idea k you what to tell you! It baffled!: Doh:

We must do haccp plan for the production of chicken and mushroom pie.Vasika I was told some people to post something that I k I k katalava.Tha the fight seen .. Thanks Annie


Edited by Charles.C, 30 January 2012 - 08:16 PM.
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Posted 30 January 2012 - 08:09 PM

Dear naisa,

Pls be informed that Sarara speaks excellent English as i believe you do also.

Greeklish is not very (other) forum-user friendly.

Rgds / Charles.C


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Posted 31 January 2012 - 06:15 AM

hi Filip
i think this is not relevant but might be you could help me .
actually i m planning to move new zealand . i spent more than 2 years in sydney for the study and i like this city but unfortunately, there was not such programe or category for food technologist for immigiration so i tried to NZ and my process in pipeline almost near to end some requirements that i have to fullfill and than will move to NZ next couple of months .
i just want to get info , actually i want to study as part time what i m thinking that , i have been with food industries almost more than 3 yrs most of time in biscuit manufacturing industries and i love baking u know very diversities and innovations . i want from you to give some advice about which city will be good for me and what type of course should i do there.

thanks
saqib


Cheers mates!

My name is Filip (some people already know me in this forum) and I really love helping out whenever I can. If any student needs help with technical/processing/physicochemical issues... don't get shy... pm me and I will try to help in any way I can! I am not a teacher or anything (...yet :P) but I would love to become one someday! I just have a plain Bachelor but I do know some stuff! :P

The only problem right now is that I don't have enough free time because I am fulfilling my military services. But I 'll try to help anyway!



Good luck to all of you with your studies!
Filip



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Posted 31 January 2012 - 07:46 AM

Dear Charles,

Apologies for that! You have a point!

Dear Nasia,

Unfortunately I am not an expert in HACCP but I could provide you with some basic background if you like or some references.
But, what I would do for starters is to make a production process scheme of the "Chicken and mushroom pie", noting down:

- all residence/processing times
- pressures
- composition of the product (especially moisture content and water activity) in each step
- which spoilage & pathogenic microorganism can grow on that product, on each individual ingridient and in their combination (if possible)
- where, why, how and for how long the product is stored and what sort of packaging is used
- how does the retailer store it/treat it
- how does the consumer store it/treat it

..but I think you already did this so far!
I will try to look for some nice books for you but since I am busy as hell right now I will do it another time (maybe this week hopefully)
Take care and good luck!


Ta leme,
Philip



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Posted 31 January 2012 - 07:57 AM

Dear saqib,

New Zealand sounds amazing! Never been there but I would love to! Well I can't really propose you what city to go since I dont know what you consider best (other points of view of quality of life). What I do know is that they have an excellent university - Massey University and a very famous research institute - Riddet institute. You could definately look there for a Food Technology programme. Also, Fonterra is established there which along with the Dutch company Friesland Campina, are the biggest milk & dairy companies globally. I hope that was of help!

http://www.massey.ac...massey/home.cfm

http://riddet.massey.ac.nz/

http://www.fonterra....terra.com/home/


Best wishes,
Philip



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Posted 31 January 2012 - 02:00 PM

Dear Charles,

Apologies for that! You have a point!

Dear Nasia,

Unfortunately I am not an expert in HACCP but I could provide you with some basic background if you like or some references.
But, what I would do for starters is to make a production process scheme of the "Chicken and mushroom pie", noting down:

- all residence/processing times
- pressures
- composition of the product (especially moisture content and water activity) in each step
- which spoilage & pathogenic microorganism can grow on that product, on each individual ingridient and in their combination (if possible)
- where, why, how and for how long the product is stored and what sort of packaging is used
- how does the retailer store it/treat it
- how does the consumer store it/treat it

..but I think you already did this so far!
I will try to look for some nice books for you but since I am busy as hell right now I will do it another time (maybe this week hopefully)
Take care and good luck!


Ta leme,
Philip


Dear Philip,

Thanks for the information. The truth is that I have already done some work on that part of the project but thanks anyway!!

Take care!

Nasia




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