FCFP 2010 Photographs
For full resolution images please contact Patrick Gordon. All images are courtesy of Juan Manuel Peralta.
Lectures at FCFP 2010 were held in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology at the University of Cambridge.
Dr. Tony Hastings, formerly Unilever, UK
Prof. Joanna Verran, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Over 60 delegates attended the meeting, from a wide range of industries and academia.
The workshop aimed to bring together experts in the field, graduate students and industrial practitioners to meet, network and hear about interesting developments or work in progress.
Work was presented in both oral and poster formats. Parallel sessions were not used.
The conference material was organised into eight sessions: Surfaces; Fouling & Techniques; Cleaning & Techniques; Dairy Fouling; Dairy Cleaning; Membrane Fouling (I); Membrane Fouling (II); Membrane Cleaning.
Prof. X. Dong Chen, Monash University, Australia
Dipl. Ing Eva Scharnbeck, CEA Ecoflex GmbH, Germany
Dipl. Phys Eva Wallhäußer, TU Munich, Germany
Assoc. Prof. Ken Morison, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Dr. Reuben Mercadé-Prieto, University of Birmingham, UK
Cristiane Boxler, TU Braunschweig, Germany
Sarah Creber, University of Cambridge, UK
Dr. John Chew, University of Cambridge, UK
The conference dinner was held in Jesus College, Cambridge.
Thomas Pintelon, University of Cambridge, UK
Dr. Mike Bird, University of Bath, UK
Prize winners (from left): Dr. Wolfgang Augustin, TU Braunschweig, Germany, Pulsed flow for enhanced cleaning in food processing; Kylee Goode, University of Birmingham, UK, Characterising the cleaning mechanisms of yeast and implications for improving cleaning in place; Patrick Gordon, University of Cambridge, UK, Studies into the swelling of gelatine films using a scanning fluid dynamic gauge. The prizes were kindly sponsored by NIZO, Netherlands.