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California

Journal papers



  1. Lim, V., Hobby, A.M., McCarthy, M.J., McCarthy, K.L. 2015. Laminar mixing of miscible fluids in a SMX static mixer evaluated by Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). Chemical Engineering Science. 131: 1024-1033.

  2. Mihailova, O., Lim, V., McCarthy, M., McCarthy, K., Bakalis, S. 2015. Laminar mixing in a SMX static mixer evaluated by Positron Emission Particle Tracking (PEPT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). Chemical Engineering Science. 137: 1014-1023.

  3. Y.A. Mennah, G.M. Bornhorst, R.P. Singh. 2015. Acid diffusion into rice boluses as influenced by rice type, variety, and presence of -amylase. Journal of Food Science. 80(2): E316-325.

  4. G.M. Bornhorst, M.J. Ferrua, R.P Singh. 2015. A proposed food breakdown classification system to predict food behavior during gastric digestion. Journal of Food Science. 80(5): R924-934.

Abstracts, proceedings



  1. Esperanza Dalmau, Gail Bornhorst, Valeria Eim, Carmen Rosselló, Susana Simal. Influence of Freeze and Convective Drying on in Vitro Gastric Digestion of Apple. Poster P8. 4th International Conference on Food Digestion. Naples, Italy. March 17 – 19, 2015.

  2. T. Moxon, O. Gouseti, S. Bakalis, G. Bornhorst. An Engineering Approach to Study Food Digestion. Poster P9. 4th International Conference on Food Digestion. Naples, Italy. March 17 – 19, 2015.

  3. G. M. Bornhorst, Y.A. Mennah. Classification of sweet potatoes prepared with different cooking methods during gastric digestion. Poster Presentation. Abstract P3.097. International Congress on Engineering in Food 12 (ICEF12). Quebec City, Canada. June 13-18, 2015.

  4. Y.A. Mennah, J. Otwell, G.M. Bornhorst. Acid Diffusivity and Texture Kinetics of Sweet Potaotes during In Vitro Gastric Digestion. Poster Presentation. Abstract P1.190. International Congress on Engineering in Food 12 (ICEF12). Quebec City, Canada. June 13-18, 2015.

  5. Y.A. Mennah, G.M. Bornhorst. Sweet Potato Microstructural Changes during in vitro Gastric Digestion. Poster Presentation. Abstract 139. Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. July 11-14, 2015.

  6. J. Otwell, Y.A. Mennah, G.M. Bornhorst. Influence of Cooking Method on Acidity and Moisture Changes in Sweet Potatoes during in Vitro Gastric Digestion. Poster Presentation. Abstract 047. Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. July 11-14, 2015.

  7. Julia Otwell, Nicole O. Hall, Gail M. Bornhorst, and Bradley P. Marks. Effects of initial product water activity and time-varying pH on Salmonella survival during simulated gastric digestion of almond meal. Poster Presentation. Abstract 047. Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. July 11-14, 2015.

  8. T. Moxon, O. Gouseti, S. Bakalis, G. Bornhorst. Studying digestion from an engineering perspective. ECCE10: European Congress of Chemical Engineering. Abstract 2640.

  9. Esperanza Dalmau, Pedro J. Llabrés, Francisca Vallespir, Gail Bornhorst, Valeria Eim, Susana Simal. Effects of Freeze Drying and Convective Drying on in Vitro Gastric Digestion of Beetroot. Eurodrying 2015.

Presentations



  1. G.M. Bornhorst. Classification of Food Breakdown during Gastric Digestion and Relationship to Microstructural Changes. Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. June 11-15, 2015.


Georgia

Journal papers



  1. Flores F P, Singh RK, Kerr WL, Phillips DR, Kong F. 2014. Total phenolics content and antioxidant capacities of microencapsulated blueberry anthocyanins during in vitro digestion. Food Chem, 153:272-278.

  2. Flores, FP, Singh RK, Kong F. 2014. Physical and storage properties of spray-dried blueberry pomace extract with whey protein isolate as wall material. J Food Eng, 137:1-6.

  3. Flores FP, Singh RK, Kerr WL, Phillips DR, Kong F. 2015. In vitro release properties of encapsulated blueberry (Vaccinium ashei) extracts. Food Chem 168(1): 225-232.

  4. Flores FP, Singh RK, Kong F. 2015. Anthocyanin extraction, microencapsulation and release properties during in vitro digestion. Food Reviews International “Forthcoming.” DOI:10.1080/87559129.2015.1041185.

  5. Kirmaci B, Singh RK, Shewfelt RL. 2015. Consumer acceptability and quality evaluation of potato strips baked in a radiant wall oven. Int J Food Prop 18: 1829-1836.

  6. Ling B, Tang J, Kong F. Mitcham EJ, Wang S. 2015. Kinetics of food quality changes during thermal processing: a review. Food Bioprocess Technol 8 (2): 343-358

  7. Nagaraj G, Singh R.K, Hung Y-C, Mohan A. 2015. Effect of radio-frequency on heating characteristics of beef homogenate blends. LWT – Food Sci Technol 60: 372-376.

  8. Ozturk S, Kong F, Trabelsi S, Singh R. 2015. Dielectric properties of broccoli powder and its temperature profile during radio frequency heating. J Food Eng “Forthcoming.”

  9. Potisate Y, Singhanat P, Kerr WL. 2015. The effects of predrying treatments and different drying methods on phytochemical compound retention and drying characteristics of moringa leaves (Moringa oleifera Lam.). Drying Tech 32(16): 1970-1985.

  10. Potisate Yuparat, Kerr WL, Phoungchandang S. 2015. Changes during storage of dried Moringa oleifera leaves prepared by heat pump‐assisted dehumidified air drying. Int J Food Sci Tech 50(5): 1224-1233.

  11. Rincon A, Singh RK, Stelzleni AM. 2015. Effects of endpoint temperature and thickness on quality of whole muscle non-Intact steaks cooked in a radio frequency oven. LWT – Food Sci Technol 64(2): 1323 – 1328.

  12. Tan J, Kerr WL. 2015. Rheological properties and microstructure of tomato puree subject to continuous high pressure homogenization. J Food Eng 166: 45-54

Presentations



  1. Do DT, Kong F, Penet C, Winetzky TLD, Gregory K. 2015. Comparative enzymatic activities of supplementary proteases using in vitro static and dynamic gastric digestion.  2015 IFT Annual Meeting, July 11 – 14. Chicago, IL. (Poster)

  2. Kong F, Do DT. 2015. Using dynamic gastric digestion model to study activity of supplemental enzymes. 12th International Congress on Engineering and Food (ICEF12). June 14-18, Québec City. Canada.

  3. Lukhmana N, Kong, F, Singh RK. 2015. Effect of micronization on physico-chemical properties of tart cherry puree. 2015 IFT Annual Meeting, July 11 – 14. Chicago, IL. (Poster)

  4. Ozturk S, Kong F. 2015. Dielectric properties and heating rate of broccoli powder as related to radio frequency heating. IMPI’s 49th Microwave Power Symposium. June 16-18. San Diego, California. (Poster)

  5. Ozturk S, Kong F. 2015. Dielectric properties of dried vegetable powders and their temperature profile during radio frequency heating. USDA NIFA Project Director (PD) Meeting July 24. Portland, Oregon. (Poster)

  6. Xu B, Kong F. 2015. Influence of temperature on viscosity property of microfibrillated cellulose (MFC). 12th International Congress on Engineering and Food (ICEF12). June 14-18. Québec City. Canada. (Poster).

Theses, dissertations



  1. Rincon A. 2014. Inactivation of E. coli in non-intact beef steaks using radiofrequency heating and its quality evaluation. PhD dissertation, The University of Georgia.

  2. Kirmaci, B. 2015. Characterization of baked potato strips processed in a radiant wall oven. PhD dissertation, The University of Georgia.

  3. Williams BS. 2015. Release properties of peanut nutrients during simulated digestion as affected by processing and particle size. MS thesis, The University of Georgia.


Hawaii

Journal papers



  1. Yamada, K., Choi W., Lee, I., Cho, B., and Jun, S. 2016. Rapid detection of multiple foodborne pathogens using a nanoparticle-functionalized multi-junction biosensor. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 77:137 - 143

  2. Mok, J.H., Choi, W., Park, S.H., Lee, S.H., and Jun, S. 2015. Emerging pulsed electric field (PEF) and static magnetic field (SMF) combination technology for food freezing. International Journal of Refrigeration 50: 137-145

  3. Choi, W., Lee, S.H., Kim, C., and Jun, S. 2015. A finite element method based flow and heat transfer model of continuous flow microwave and ohmic combination heating for particulate foods. Journal of Food Engineering 149: 159-170

  4. Lee, S.H., Choi, W., Kim, J., and Jun, S. 2015. Development of a dual cylindrical microwave and ohmic combination heater for minimization of thermal lags in the processing of particulate foods. LWT- Food Science and Technology 63(2): 1220-1228

  5. Shafel, T., Lee, S.H., and Jun, S. 2015. Food preservation technology at subzero temperatures: A review. Journal of Biosystems Engineering 40(3): 261-270

  6. Lee, S.H., Choi, W., Park, S.H., and Jun, S. 2015. Design and Fabrication of a Dual Cylindrical Microwave and Ohmic Combination Heater for Processing of Particulate Foods. Journal of Biosystems Engineering 40(3): 250-260

  7. Park, S.H. and Jun, S. 2015. Practical estimation of in situ physical properties of foods under high pressure. Food Science and Biotechnology 24(3): 777-782

  8. Chee, G., Shafel, T., Park, S.H., and Jun, S. 2015. Pulsed-CO2 Laser Beam Photothermal Technology Combined with Conjugated Gold Nanoparticles for the Selective Elimination of Surface E. coli K12 from Fresh Fruits. Journal of Food Process Engineering 38(5): 437-444

Abstracts, proceedings



  1. Lee, S.H. and Jun, S. 2015. Computational Modeling for Thermal Pattern and Lethality of Multiphase Foods in a Dual Cylindrical Microwave and Ohmic Combination Heater. The 2015 IFT Annual Meeting, July 11-14, Chicago, IL (031-028)

  2. Lee, I. and Jun, S. 2015. Multiplexed Detection of Foodborne Pathogens Using a Lateral Flow Type Multi-Junction Biosensor. The 2015 IFT Annual Meeting, July 11-14, Chicago, IL (099-029)

  3. Cebricos, J., Hoptowit, R., and Jun, S. 2015. Yeast Removal From Beer Using a Continuous Multistage Dielectrophoresis Device. The 2015 IFT Annual Meeting, July 11-14, Chicago, IL (099-041)

  4. Rungraeng, N. and Jun, S. 2015. Nanoscale Patternings on Stainless Steel Surfaces for Prevention of Bacterial Adhesion. The 2015 IFT Annual Meeting, July 11-14, Chicago, IL (099-100)

  5. Shafel, T., Lee, S.H., and Jun, S. 2015. Extension of Supercooled State in Beef Steak using Pulsed Electric Fields and Oscillating Magnetic Fields as a Novel Preservation Technique. The 2015 IFT Annual Meeting, July 11-14, Chicago, IL (Second place at Division Student Competition)

  6. Jun, S. 2015. Single walled carbon nanotube-based junction biosensor for detection of foodborne pathogens. FOOMA JAPAN International Food Machinery & Technology Exhibition, June 9-12, Tokyo, Japan

Presentations



  1. Jun, S. 2015. Food nanotechnology for biosensing and biofilm prevention. 2015 International Symposium and Annual Meeting at Alpensia Resort Convention Center, Pyeongchang, South Korea, August 24 -26.

  2. Jun, S. 2015. Food nanotechnology for biosensing and biofilm prevention. Rural Development Administration, Jeonju-si, South Korea, August 4.

  3. Jun, S. 2015. Nano-engineered surfaces for prevention of biofilm and bacterial adhesion. Korea Food Research Institute (KFRI), Seongnam-si, South Korea, June 30.

  4. Jun, S. 2015. Food preservation and beyond. Samsung Electronics Co, Suwon-si, South Korea, June 19.

  5. Jun, S. 2015. Nano-engineered surfaces for prevention of biofilm and bacterial adhesion. The 82nd Annual Meeting of Korean Society of Food Science and Technology (KoSFoST) at Bexco Convention Center, Busan, Republic of Korea, June 3 -5.

Theses, dissertations



  1. Natthakan Rungraeng 2014. Carbon nanotube surface coating to minimize biofilms formation during food processing. PhD dissertation, Molecular Biosciences and Bioengineering, University of Hawaii.

  2. Timothy Shafel 2015. Combination pulsed electric field and oscillating magnetic field assisted supercooling of beef and fish: a novel preservation technique. MS dissertation, Human Nutrition, Food and Animal Sciences, University of Hawaii.

Others


  1. Jun, S. 2015. UH News, Two UH-developed technologies presented at prestigious showcase, Invited to present at the prestigious First Look LA showcase of university technologies held on June 24, 2015 at UCLA’s California NanoSystems Institute. http://www.hawaii.edu/news/2015/07/08/two-uh-developed-technologies-at-prestigious-showcase/


Idaho

Journal papers (follow style guide for JFS, copied below)



  1. Joyner (Melito) HS, Meldrum AD. In press. Rheological study of different mashed potato preparations using large amplitude oscillatory shear and confocal microscopy. Journal of Food Engineering. doi: 10.1016/j.jfoodeng.2015.08.032

  2. Anvari M, Tabarsa M, Cao RCC, You S, Joyner (Melito) H, Behnam S, Rezaei M. In press. Compositional characterization and rheological properties of an anionic gum from Alyssum homolocarpum seeds. Food Hydrocolloids. doi:10.1016/j.foodhyd.2015.07.030.

  3. Joyner (Melito) HS, Damiano H. 2015. Influence of various hydrocolloids on cottage cheese cream dressing stability. International Dairy Journal. 51:24-33.

Presentations



  1. Meldrum AD, Joyner (Melito) HS. 2015. Rheological Study of Different Mashed Potato Preparations using Large Amplitude Oscillatory Shear and Confocal Microscopy. Poster presentation. Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting; Chicago, IL, July 11-14.

  2. Meldrum AD, Joyner (Melito) HS. 2015. Relationships Among Small-Strain Rheological Behavior, Large-Strain Rheological Behavior, and Structure of Different Mashed Potato Preparations. Poster presentation. The 7th International Symposium on Food Rheology and Structure; Zurich, Switzerland, June 7-11.

  3. Joyner (Melito) HS. 2015. Emulsion Stability and Testing. The Association for Dressings & Sauces 2015 Technical Meeting, San Antonio, TX, May 3-5.


Illinois

  1. Lu L, Ku K-M, Palma-Salgado S, Storm A, Feng H, Juvik JA, Nguyen TH. 2015. Influence of epicuticular physicochemical properties on porcine rotavirus adsorption to 24 leafy green vegetables and tomatoes, PLOS ONE, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0132841.

  2. Dhamole P, Feng H. 2015. Screening of non-ionic surfactant for enhancing biobutanol production, Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Forthcoming.

  3. Ereifej KI, Feng H, Rabanah T, Almajwal A, Alu’datt M, Gammoh SI, Oweis LI. 2014. Chemical composition, phenolics, anthocyanins concentration and antioxidant activity of ten wild edible plants. Food and Nutrition Sciences, 6: 581-590.

  4. Palma-Salgado S, Pearlstein AJ, Luo Y, Park HK, Feng H. 2014.Whole-head washing, prior to cutting, provides sanitization advantages for fresh-cut Iceberg lettuce (Latuca sativa L.). International Journal of Food Microbiology, 179C: 18-23.

  5. de Frias JA, Feng H. 2014. Pretreatment of furfural residues with switchable butadiene sulfone in the sugarcane bagasse biorefinery, Green Chemistry, 16, 2779-2787.

  6. Kentish S. Feng H. 2014. Applications of power ultrasound in food processing, Annual Review of Food Science and Technology, 5:14.1–14.22.

  7. Palma Salgado S, Pearlstein AJ, Luo Y, Feng H. 2014. Quality of Iceberg (Lactuca sativa L.) and Romaine (Lactuca sativa L. var. longifolial) lettuce treated by combinations of sanitizer, surfactant, and ultrasound, LWT - Food Science and Technology, 56: 261–268.

  8. Doona CJ, Feeherry FE, Feng H, Grove S, Krishnamurthy K, Lee A, Kustin K. 2015. Combining sanitizers and nonthermal processing technologies to improve fresh-cut produce safety. In: .) Pillai D, Shayanfar S, editors, Electron Beam Pasteurization and Complementary Food Processing Technologies, Woodhead Publishing, New York, NY.

  9. Lee H, Zhou B, Feng H. 2015. Power ultrasound application to fruit products. In: Rosenthal A, Barbosa-Canovas G, Welti-Chanes J, Deliza R, editors, Fruit Preservation Novel and Conventional Technologies, Springer, New York, NY. Forthcoming.

  10. Liu D, Feng H. 2014. Ultrasound Properties of Foods, In: Rao MA, Rizvi SHS, Ashim AK, Ahmed J, editors, Engineering Properties of Foods, 4th ed.. CRC Press, London. UK.

  11. Sandhu, J. S. and P. S. Takhar (2015). "Effect of frying parameters on mechanical properties and microstructure of potato discs " Journal of Texture Studies (In Press).

  12. Dit-u-dompo, S. and P. S. Takhar (2015). "Hybrid mixture theory based modeling of transport mechanisms and expansion-thermomechanics of starch during extrusion." American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Journal (In Press, published online).

  13. Bansal, H., P. S. Takhar, C. Z. Alvarado and L. D. Thompson (2015). "Transport mechanisms and quality changes in chicken nuggets during frying–Hybrid mixture theory based multiscale modeling and experimental verification." Journal of Food Science (In Press).


Iowa

Journal papers



  1. Banach, J.C., Clark, S., and Lamsal, B.P.* 2015. Microstructural Changes in Model High-protein Nutrition Bars Formulated with Modified Milk Protein Concentrates, Journal of Food Science, (Forthcoming).

  2. Shaw, A., C. Strohbehn, L. Naeve, P. Domoto, and L. Wilson. 2015. Current trends in food safety practices for small growers in the Midwest. Food Protection Trends 35(6):462-470.

  3. Shaw, A., C. Strohbehn, L. Naeve, P. Domoto, and L. Wilson. 2015. Systematic Approach to Food Safety Education on the Farm. Journal of Extension. Manuscript Forthcoming.

  4. Shaw, A., C. Strohbehn, L. Naeve, P. Domoto, and L. Wilson. 2015. Knowledge gained from good agricultural practices courses for Iowa growers. Journal of Extension. Volume 53 Number 5.

  5. Svoboda A., J. Dzubak, A. Mendonca, L. Wilson, A. Nair and A. Shaw. 2015. Effectiveness of broad spectrum chemical produce sanitizers against foodborne pathogens on cantaloupe and watermelon surfaces. Journal of Food Protection. Forthcoming.

  6. Svoboda A., A. Mendonca, L. Wilson, A. Nair and A. Shaw. 2015. Use of sanitizers to extend shelf life and quality of cantaloupe and watermelon. Journal of Food Quality. Forthcoming.

Presentations



  1. Banach JC, Clark S, Lamsal BP. 2015. Sensory and textural properties of high-protein nutrition bars formulated with extruded milk protein concentrate. Poster presentation at IFT Annual Meeting, July 11-14, Chicago IL.

  2. Banach JC, Clark S, Lamsal BP. 2015. Free sulfhydryl and microstructural changes in model high-protein nutrition bars formulated with extruded or toasted milk protein concentrates. Poster presentation at IFT Annual Meeting, July 11-14, Chicago IL.

  3. Angela Shaw, Cathy Strohbehn, Linda Naeve, Lester Wilson, and Paul Domoto. 2015. Assessment of Food Safety Practices for Small Scale Fruit and Vegetable Growers in the Midwest. Poster IAFP, August 7, Portland OR.

  4. Wilson, L.A. 2015. Training Food Scientists: Current and Future Needs. IFT Annual Meeting July 11-14, Chicago IL.

  5. Wilson, L.A., and 10 others. 2015. Determining the Optimum Harvest Time for Aronia Berries to Maximize Their Antioxidant and Sensory Properties. IFT Annual Meeting July 11-14, Chicago IL.


Kentucky

Journal papers



  1. Adedeji, A. A., Zhou, Y, Fang, Y., Davis, A., Fahrenholz, A. & Alavi, S. 2015. Utilization of sorghum ingredients and its co-product in aquatic animal feed production. Aqua. Res. Accepted.

  2. Adedeji AA, Alakali J, & Ngadi MO. 2014. Characterization of thermophysical properties of Afzelia (Afzelia africana) seed. Ame J.of Nutr and Food Sci 1: 57- 63.

Presentations



    1. Adedeji, A.A. and Shi, J. (2015). Presentation to Kentucky Small Grain Growers Association (KYSGGA) to defend a proposal on “Fundamental understanding of Millet Functionality as Ingredient in Human Food Applications and Biofuel Production”. July 30, 2015.

    2. Adedeji A.A. and Pekarchik, K. (2015). How to make yummy yogurt at home. A 4-H Teen Conference workshop held in Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering Department on June 9 – 10, 2015.

    3. Adedeji A. A. (2015). Food Engineering Program in Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering department at University of Kentucky. A seminar given on February 6, 2015 during BAE Graduate Recruitment Weekend.


Michigan

Journal papers



  1. Smith DF, Marks BP. 2015. Effect of rapid product desiccation or hydration on thermal resistance of Salmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis PT 30 in wheat flour. Journal of Food Protection 78(2):281-6.

  2. Garcés-Vega F, Marks BP. 2014. Use of simulation tools to illustrate the effect of data management practices for low and negative plate counts on the estimated parameters of microbial reduction models. Journal of Food Protection. 77(8):1372-1379.

  3. Breslin TJ, Tenorio-Bernal MI, Marks BP, Booren AM, Ryser ET, Hall NO. 2014. Evaluation of Salmonella Thermal Inactivation Model Validity for Slow Cooking of Whole-Muscle Meat Roasts in a Pilot-Scale Oven. Journal of Food Protection 77(11):1897-1903.

  4. Wang, X., Ruan, Z., Guan, W., Kraemer, R., Zhong, Y., Liu, Y. 2015. Glycerol utilization by Rhizopus oryzae for lactic acid accumulation. Biotechnology and Bioprocess Engineering 20, 389-395.

  5. Selke, S., Auras, R., Nguyen, T., Castro A., Cheruvathur, R., Liu, Y. 2015. Evaluation of Biodegradation-Promoting Additives for Plastics. Environmental Science & Technology 49(6), 3769-77.

  6. Ruan, Z., Hollinshead, W., Isaguirre, C., Tang, Y. J., Liao, W., Liu, Y. 2015. Effects of inhibitory compounds in lignocellulosic hydrolysates on Mortierella isabellina growth and carbon utilization. Bioresource Technology 183, 18-24.

  7. Wang, X., Ruan, Z., Sheridan, P., Boileau, D., Liu, Y., Liao, W. 2015. Two-stage photautotrophic cultivation to improve carbohydrate production in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. Biomass and Bioenergy 74, 280-287.

  8. Wang, X. Q., Ruan, Z. H., Sears, B. B., Liu, Y., Liao, W. 2015. Transgenic expression of a bacterial thermophilic amylase in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii chloroplast. BioEnergy Research 8, 527-536.

  9. Liu, Z., Stromberg, D., Liu, X., Liao, W., Liu, Y. 2015. A new multiple-stage electrocoagulation process on anaerobic digestion effluent to simultaneously reclaim water and clean up biogas. Journal of Hazardous Materials 285, 483-490.

  10. Zhong, Y., Ruan, Z., Zhong, Y., Archer, S., Liu, Y., Liao, W. 2015. A self-sustaining advanced lignocellulosic biofuel production by integration of anaerobic digestion and aerobic fungal fermentation. Bioresource Technology 179, 173-179.

Presentations



International Conference on Inverse Problems in Engineering. May 12-17, 2014. Cracow, Poland.

      1. Dolan K. (oral presenter), Gumudavelli V., Mishra D.K., Subbiah J., Thippareddi H., Velugoti P.R., Froning G. 5/14/14. Inverse method to estimate microbial growth parameters under dynamic temperature conditions for Salmonella Enteritidis in egg yolk.

      2. Dolan K. (oral presenter), Cattani F., Mishra D., Oliveira S.D., Ferreira C.A.S., Periago P.M., Aznar A., Fernandez P.S., Valdramidis V.P. 5/13/14. Estimation of microbial kinetic parameters under dynamic thermal processes targeting on the inactivation of Bacillus sporothermodurans spores.


2014 Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting, June 21-24, New Orleans.

      1. Roidoung, S. (poster presenter), Dolan, K. The Effect of Pasteurization Treatment on Anthocyanins, Color, Vitamin C, and Total Phenolic Compounds in Cranberry Juice.

      2. Otwell J, Hall NO, Bornhorst GM, Marks BP. 2015. Effects of initial product water activity and time-varying pH on Salmonella survival during simulated gastric digestion of almond meal. IFT Abstract. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Institute of Food Technologists. July 16-19, 2015. Chicago, IL.




  1. Dolan, K.D., Mishra, D.K. Estimation of Bacillus Stearothermophilus kinetic parameters of inactivation using a sublethal adaptation model in conduction-heated foods. Poster. International Association for Food Protection, August 3-4, 2014, Indianapolis, IN

  2. Syamaladevi R, Tadapaneni RK, Garces-Vega F, Tang J, Marks B, Carter B, Sablani S. 2015. Water activity variation at elevated temperatures and thermal resistance of Salmonella in selected low-moisture foods. IAFP Abstract P1-62. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection. July 25-28. Portland, OR.

  3. Liu S, Zhong Q, Smith D, Villa-Rojas R, Tang J, Zhu M, Marks B. 2015. Validation of Enterococcus faecium NRRL B2354 as a surrogate for Salmonella in thermal treatment of wheat flour at different water activities. IAFP Abstract P-63. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection. July 25-28. Portland, OR.

  4. Steinbrunner P, Jeong S, Suehr Q, Marks B. 2015. Factors affecting x-ray inactivation of Salmonella in low-moisture foods. IAFP Abstract P1-66. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection. July 25-28. Portland, OR.

  5. Garces-Vega F, Marks B. 2015. Re-interpretation of water activity effects on temperature dependency of Salmonella inactivation in low-moisture foods. IAFP Abstract P1-77. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection. July 25-28. Portland, OR.

  6. Carroll J, Jeong S, Suehr Q, Marks B. 2015. Factors affecting dry cross-contamination of Salmonella during almond processing. IAFP Abstract P1-79. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection. July 25-28. Portland, OR.

  7. Suehr Q, Jeong S, Marks B. 2015. Modeling of cross-contamination of Salmonella during almond processing. IAFP Abstract P1-80. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection. July 25-28. Portland, OR.

  8. Limcharoenchat P, Marks B, Ryser E, James M, Hall N. 2015. Comparing the effect of product structure on thermal resistance of Salmonella Enteritidis PT30 on/in almond and wheat products. IAFP Abstract P1-82. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection. July 25-28. Portland, OR.

  9. Hildebrandt I, Marks B. 2015. Meta-analysis of Salmonella survival/inactivation kinetics in low-moisture foods. IAFP Abstract P1-95. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection. July 25-28. Portland, OR.

  10. Garces-Vegas F, Jeong S, Dolan KD, Marks BP. 2015. Modeling Salmonella inactivation in low moisture foods: Using parameter estimation to improve model performance. Abstract P.090. Presented at the 9th International Conference on Predictive Modelling in Foods. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. September 8-12, 2015.

  11. Liao, W., Chen, R., Roman, M., Liu, Z., Sanyal, O., Liu, Y., Lee. I. 2015. Integrating solar-bio-nano-technologies to develop a self-sustaining organic waste utilization system. Oral presentation. 2015 ASABE Annual International Meeting, New Orleans, LA. July 26-29.

  12. Zhong, Y., Ruan, Z., Zhong, Y., Archer, S., Liu, Y., Liao, W. 2015. A self-sustaining advanced lignocellulosic biofuel production by integration of anaerobic digestion and aerobic fungal fermentation. Oral presentation. 2015 ASABE Annual International Meeting, New Orleans, LA. July 26-29.

  13. Li, Q., Powers, W., Rozeboom, D., Liu, Y., Liao, W. 2015. Mitigate air emissions from animal feeding operations and recover nutrients using an integrated water curtain-microalgal culture system. Oral presentation. 2015 ASABE Annual International Meeting, New Orleans, LA. July 26-29.

  14. Liu, Z., Liao, W., Liu. Y. 2015. Integrating electrocoagulation (EC) and biological routes to convert organic residues into value-added chemicals. Poster presentation. 37th Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals, Sand Diego, CA. April 27 – April 30.

Theses, dissertations



  1. Mohammed Aldosari, M.S. Thesis: Effects of different drying methods on the total phenolics, antioxidant properties, and functional properties of apple pomace. 2014.

  2. Hildebrandt IM. 2015. Quantifying sources of error in Salmonella thermal inactivation models in meats and low-moisture foods. M.S. thesis. Biosystems Engineering. Michigan State University. East Lansing, MI.

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