Globally, the food and drinks industry is worth over $5 trillion annually. That’s more than the automotive and oil & gas industries put together. The processes and technologies involved are complex and interlinked – engineering modelling and simulation (M&S) can be crucial in many of these processes. From equipment design to product manufacturing, packaging, and distribution, simulation can help to optimize every step of the process, saving time, money, and resources: M&S can transform the way you work and innovate.
This one day face-to-face seminar follows the previous webinar held on May 3rd and will bring together simulation users throughout this wide-ranging economic sector. The group will share experiences, examine and solve unique industry-specific problems, and create a vibrant community of analysts and designers to drive the technology forward in the world of food and drinks.
The seminar aims to communicate how engineering modelling and simulation is being used in the Food and Drink Industry. Through industry leaders and high level academic presentations, delegates will gain an appreciation for the breadth and depth of modelling applications in the industry as well as see how other organisations and research institutes are using this strategy to transform the way they work and innovate. We also hoping to have presentations and discussion addressing the challenges of implementing modelling and simulation including feedstock variation and in-line material characterisation and how such modelling leads to cost-effective process optimisation.
The anticipated contents of the day and potential presentations will cover the following themes:-
|Member Price||£50.00 | $61.74 | €56.72|
|Non-member Price||£80.00 | $98.78 | €90.74|
|Credit Price||Free when using 1 Member Credits|
|Start Date||End Date||Location|
| ||Birmingham, UK|| |
This seminar is brought you by the NAFEMS Food and Drink Industry Community
To be confirmed in Birmingham, UK
Thank you to our co-sponsors ...
The Food & Drink Special Interest Group of the Institution of Chemical Engineers provides a community for anyone with an interest in this complex and diverse industry sector, whatever their background. Their mission is to ‘Empower Food & Drink Engineering Professionals’ by promoting the profile of food engineering, supporting member’s professional development, advocating sustainable practises and developing networks to support the profession.
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We would like to extend an invitation to your company to be part of this event. There are several outstanding opportunities available for your company to sponsor the seminar, giving you maximum exposure to a highly targeted audience of delegates, who are all directly involved in simulation, analysis, and design.
Please contact the event organiser
Jo Potts, for further information
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