3D food printing @ HAS Hogeschool – Presented by Antien Zuidberg, HAS Hogeschool, at the 3D Food Printing Conference, Jun 28, Brightlands Campus, Villa Flora, Venlo, The Netherlands.
Lector A.Zuidberg will shortly introduce HAS hogeschool and the lectorate Design Methods in Food. 3 groups of students will shortly pitch their bachelor project, which will also be presented separately in stand 11.
What drives you?
Design methods in Food Innovations
What are the three things you would take with you on a deserted island?
A book, paper and pencils
What emerging technologies/trends do you see as having the greatest potential in the short and long run?
Personalised food , 3d food printing and Design Methods
What kind of impact do you expect them to have?
Improved (>10%) market success of food concepts
What are the barriers that might stand in the way?
Social media break down due to fake news and lack of trust
What do you hope people to learn from your presentation?
I hope to stimulate new technologies for useful innovations (health & sustainability)
About Antien Zuidberg
Study Food Technology at WUR, PhD in Food Physics at WUR, Product Research and development at Campina, Lecturer at HAS University of Applied Science, Programme Coordinator Food Innovation at HAS University of Applied Science, Lector Design Methods in Food at HAS.
About HAS Hogeschool
HAS University of Applied Sciences is the best educational and expertise Centre in the Southern Netherlands for the agrifood and environment sectors, with 2 sites: ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Venlo.
Basic principle of our internationalisation strategy: “Excellent professional education is an international effort.”
The 3D printing technology will be fundamental to the way people interact with food in the future. Supermarkets are already testing to 3D print customized cakes, restaurants are offering printed desserts. Some even claim that there will be a 3D food printer in every home in just two years.
However, much research is required to change the hype into reality. Which industries will be influenced by the technology? Which food components can be printed in the near future? And which aspects should be taken into account to ensure safety and maintainability of 3D printed food?
The 3D Food Printing Conference will answer this kind of questions.
The conference is part of a two-day Agri Food Innovation Event (June 27-28, 2018) that includes 4 dedicated conferences and an expo.