Special Issue "Spectroscopic Methods in Food Analysis"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 June 2021.
Interests: infrared spectroscopy; chemometrics; food chemistry; vibrational spectroscopy; NIR
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Technological disruptions such as big data (e.g., machine learning) and sensors (e.g., near and mid-infrared), are becoming fundamental to characterise, monitor and measure a wide range of characteristics and properties in foods. These technologies are defining new approaches in how food production systems are analysed, measured and/or monitored. The combination of these technologies in combination with advance mathematical analysis and processing approaches are also creating new opportunities for interdisciplinary research in both food sciences and industry. This Special Issue on “Spectroscopic Methods in Food Analysis” is aiming to cover the most recent advances and applications of vibrational spectroscopy methods and techniques into food (composition, authenticity, fraud, process analysis, safety, etc.).
I warmly welcome colleagues to submit their original contributions to this Special Issue, which will be of interest to a wide range of readers.
Prof. Dr. Daniel Cozzolino
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Near infrared
- Mid infrared
- Big data