As part of the 3D Food Printing Conference, Wageningen University & Research together with TNO and TU/e organize the 3D Food Printing Experience. On the 29th of June they invite you to their 3D print demonstration area in Wageningen and provide you with in-depth talks and lessons learned on the various 3D printing technologies and also share demonstrations using their state-of-the-art 3D printing equipment.
Program 3D Food Printing Experience
|09:30||Welcome by dr. Ronald Visschers, Managing Director TIFN|
|09:45||Dr. Kjeld van Bommel, senior scientist TNO: 3D Food Printing – Equipment Developments|
|10:15||Dr. Jerome Diaz, senior scientist Wageningen Food & Biobased Research: 3D Food Printing – Formulation Developments|
|10:45||Coffee break and networking|
|11:00||Dr. Alexandra Schröter, Global Innovation Manager, Bosh Siemens Hausgeräte GmbH - Innovation & Alliances on 3D Food Printing|
|11:30||Q&A session with all speakers|
|11:40||Prof. dr. ir. Arthur Mol, Rector Magnificus/ vice-president Executive Board WUR to kick off the Digital Food Processing Initiative (DFPI)|
|12:00||Move to 3D Food Printing demonstration area|
|12:15||Various 3D Food Printing demonstrations using our state-of-the-art equipment. Poster area from WUR and AMSYSTEMS with fundamental research lines in 3D Food Printing.|
|13:00||Lunch and networking|
More information is available here.
Innovation in food and agriculture has come a long way in the past century, resulting in the production of more food than ever before. However, the food industry is facing new challenges due to rapid societal changes: in 2040 there will be 9 billion people to feed; there is an increasing demand for personalized, nutritious, and healthy food; and food production should be done in an affordable way without harming the environment. Radical innovations are required to meet the demands of the near future. 3D printing provides the food industry the opportunity to adapt and change their production processes.
3D food printing research program
In order to accelerate and facilitate the application of 3D food printing, TNO together with Wageningen University & Research and Eindhoven University of Technology, have joined forces to develop a comprehensive 3D food printing research program.