by Antien Zuidberg, Professor Design Methods for Food at HAS University of Applied Sciences
Antien Zuidberg presents her view and research on 3D Food Printing. Another JakajimaTV talk with host Pieter Hermans.
Antien will be speaking at the 3D Food Printing Conference.
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About Antien Zuidberg
Antien Zuidberg has been connected to HAS University of Applied Sciences since 2007. Until 2012, she was lecturer for creative product development and graduation coordinator for the Food Design study programme. Since 2012, she has been a lecturer and coordinator for the Food Innovation study programme. Before that, she worked as a senior product developer at Campina Buttergold, she was R&D manager at Creamy Creation and Cluster Manager Physical Chemistry at DMV International. In 1995, she completed her PhD research at Wageningen University entitled ‘Physics of foam formation on a solid surface in carbonated liquids’. In her spare time, Antien is a mosaic artist.
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.”
4 Reasons to study at HAS
- An enterprising, world-class university with a comprehensive programme in agribusiness, food and environment
- Great carreer opportunies, 70% of our graduates find a job within 2 months after graduating
- Low tuition fees, EU approx. 2000 euro (first year 50% reduction for EU students), non-EU approx. 7500 euro
- An independent university that works actively with local and international business. Our educational concept focuses on entrepreneurial study involving substantial cross-fertilisation with day-to-day business practice. These ties provide real-life experiences for our students and teachers as well as strong support for businesses in terms of innovation, development and life-long learning