ICoMST 2018 Call for short papers is open

by Editor fleischwirtschaft.com
Friday, January 26, 2018
Photo: ICoMST 2018

The 64th International Congress of Meat Science and Technology will be held in Melbourne, Australia from 12 to 17 August 2018.

This major forum promises to be a most rewarding experience of effective exchange of information and ideas on important topics in the world of meat science and technology while sampling some of the best hospitality and scenery on the planet.

The theme of the Congress is ‘Quality and Integrity for Global Consumers’. The Congress will focus on the following thirteen major themes; Provenance and fraud detection; Process control in the meat industry; Next generation technologies to assess carcass and meat quality; Food safety and microbiology; Smart packaging for quality, safety and integrity; Dietary muscle proteins for stage of life; Revolution in biometrics and consumer sensory science; Value adding to meat and offal; and Glycolytic and proteolytic metabolism across species. For this reason, professionals from research, academia, government and industry from around the world will find the 64th ICoMST stimulating and worthwhile.

The event will celebrate 20 years of Meat Standards Australia and 30 years since ICoMST was in Australia. The organizators have planned an array of informative and enjoyable technical and scenic tours and all attendees will experience Australian culture and hospitality through our social programme.

Melbourne is ideally located for those wishing to extend their stay and immerse themselves in Victoria’s beautiful landscape, excellent food and friendly culture. The town is known for its festivals, laneways, coffee and food. It has been voted by the Economist, as the ‘Worlds most livable city’ for seven years in a row.

Short paper submission is now open. The submission process will be through an online submission portal. Submitters are requested to create an account and submit a short paper for review according to the guidelines set out on the congress website. Papers will only be accepted if submitted in English.

 

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