Physics and Physical Chemistry of Foods

We integrate physics, structure design and development, and application-driven research, to enable innovations more effectively. We aim to a) deliver fundamental knowledge, new mesostructures, and application concepts, for academic partners, industry and society, and b) to educate students to apply such integration in their future careers.

Our courses

The Laboratory of Physics and Physical Chemistry of Foods is involved in teaching several courses, like
- Introduction to Food Technology
- Physical Chemistry for Food Scientists
- Food Physics
- Molecular gastronomy
- History of food production
- Unifying Concepts for Life Sciences
- Advanced Food Physics
- Advanced Molecular gastronomy


The group also contributes to a number of courses of other chair groups, such as:
- Food Properties and Function
- Food Ingredient Functionality
- Case Studies Product Quality
- Product and Process Design

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