Globally, the food and drinks industry is worth over $5 trillion annually. That’s more than both the automotive and oil and gas industries. The processes and technologies involved are complex and interlinked – engineering modelling and simulation (M&S) is crucial in many of these processes. From equipment design to product manufacturing, packaging, and distribution, simulation can optimise every step of the process, saving time, money, and resources: M&S can transform the way you work and innovate.
This exclusive NAFEMS seminar will give you an insight into just how widely-used simulation is becoming in the food and drink industry, and let you peak behind the scenes at how some major corporations and research institutes are transforming their processes and products using simulation.
- 09:30 - Registration
- 10:00 - Chairman's Introduction & Welcome, Stacie Tibos, Pepsi Co
- Introduction from our Venue Hosts, Ian Noble, Modelez
- Building a Strategy for Implementing Modelling and Simulation to Maximise Business Benefit, Andy Richardson, PHRONESIM LTD
- Building Simulation Capability and Creating a Strategy for Simulation in an Organisation, Beccy Smith, Modelez
- Morning Panel Session
- 12:10 - Lunch break
- 13:00 - Multi-objective Evolutionary Optimisation of Industrial Process Equipment: A Workflow for Facilitating both Sustainability and Profitability, Christopher Windows-Yule, University of Birmingham
- Making Sense of Sensors, Ali Sadeghioon, Innogence
- Lessons Identified from Element's Digital Engineering in the Food and Drink Sector, Andy Williamson, Element
- The Effect of Micro-aeration on the Chocolate Oral Process, Maria Charalambides, Imperial College London
- On Computational Developments for Food Technologies: From Concepts to Applications, Djordje Peric, University of Swansea
- Expert Led Panel Discussion Session & Closing Remarks
- 16:00 - Close
The material presented in this webinar has not been peer-reviewed. Any opinions are the presenters' own and do not necessarily represent those of IChemE or the Food & Drink Special Interest Group. The information is given in good faith but without any liability on the part of IChemE.
Disclaimer: IChemE will not be storing or controlling any data linked to this event.