Presentation: Processing Technology and its Central Role in Clean Label Products (2 person panel). Speaker #2 on High Pressure Processing
Speaker: Kathiravan Krishnamurthy, Ph.D., Scientist-Engineer, Assistant Professor, Department: IFSH/IIT
The focus of Kathiravan Krishnamurthy’s Ph.D., research includes but is not limited to novel food processing technologies for sterilization, pasteurization, and/or value addition; mathematical modeling; high pressure processing; ultrasound applications; plasma processing; microwave heating; continuous and pulsed ultraviolet light processing; gamma irradiation; infrared heating; and engineering design, control and optimization.
Kathiravan currently teaches classes in Food Process Engineering at the Illinois Institute of Technology. Current projects involve pulsed light as a decontamination tool for low moisture foods and selected applications of microwave and high pressure processing.
His participation in honor societies include: Alpha Epsilon: The honor society of Agriculture, food, and biological engineering, 2002-present; Gamma Sigma Delta: The honor society of Agriculture, 2002-present; Phi Tau Sigma: The honorary society of food scientists, 2007-present; Sigma Xi: The scientific research society, 2004-present.
Kathiravan has a Ph.D. in Agricultural and Biological Engineering (Pennsylvania State University), MS in Agricultural and Biological Engineering (Pennsylvania State University) and a BE in Agricultural Engineering (Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, India)
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2015 Clean Label Conference Presentation: Processing Technology and its Central Role in Clean Label Products (2 person panel). Speaker #2 on High Pressure Processing