With more than one year into the project, the PHOTONFOOD partners have started to increase the presentation of first project results at international conferences.
Last week, Prof. Boris Mizaikoff (University of Ulm, Germany) presented the flexible mid-infrared photonics solutions for rapid sensing of food contaminants, developed within the project, at the LOPEC conference in Munich. His presentation took place within a workshop on 23 March 2022, organised by the MOLOKO and h-ALO projects, two related Photonics21 projects with which PHOTONFOOD collaborates in the ECREAM cluster.
The conference also provided a great opportunity to stay in touch with other researchers: “Funny thing was that I met a lot of ‘old’ collaborators working on complementary projects”, as Boris Mizaikoff stated.
The next conference attendance is already coming up: From 5-6 April, Polina Fomina from the University of Ulm will join our colleagues from the ECREAM cluster in Strasbourg at the SPIE Photonics Europe. You can meet Polina at booth 227 where she will present research on Analytical Performance of the Compact IR-ATR Spectrometer for the Analysis of Deoxynivalenol. Will you also visit SPIE Photonics Europe? Come by the booth – we are looking forward to discussing the PHOTONFOOD project with you!