PHOTONFOOD publications

The PHOTONFOOD consortium is dedicated to Open Science principles and publishes its results in peer-reviewed, open access journals. An overview of all publications up to date can be found below.


  • Freitag, S., Sulyok, M., Logan, N., Elliott, C. T. and Krska, R. (2022) The potential and applicability of infrared spectroscopic methods for the rapid screening and routine analysis of mycotoxins in food crops. Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety, 21, 5199–5224. DOI:


  • Femenias, A., Fomina, P., Tafintseva, V., Freitag, S., Shapaval, V., Sulyok, M., Zimmermann, B., Marín, S., Krska, R., Kohler, A., and Mizaikoff, B. (2023) Optimizing extraction solvents for deoxynivalenol analysis in maize via infrared attenuated total reflection spectroscopy and chemometric methods. Analytical Methods, 15(1), pp.36-47. DOI:
  • Ross, G.M.S., Zhao, Y., Bosman, A.J., Geballa-Koukoula, A., Zhou, H., Elliott, C.T., Nielen, M.W.F., Rafferty, K., Salentijn, G.IJ.. (2021) Best practices and current implementation of emerging smartphone-based (bio)sensors – Part 1: Data handling and ethics. TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry, 158, 116863,
    ISSN 0165-9936. DOI:
  • Geballa-Koukoula, A., Ross, G.M.S., Bosman, A.J., Zhao, Y., Zhou, H., Nielen, M.W.F., Rafferty, K., Elliott, C.T.,  Salentijn, G.IJ. (2023) Best practices and current implementation of emerging smartphone-based (bio)sensors – Part 2: Development, validation, and social impact. TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry, 161, 116986,
    ISSN 0165-9936. DOI:
  • Fomina, P., Femenias, A., Hlavatsch, M., Scheuermann, J., Schäfer, N., Freitag, S., Patel, N., Kohler, A., Krska, R., Koeth, J., and Mizaikoff, B. (2023) A Portable Infrared Attenuated Total Reflection Spectrometer for Food Analysis. Applied Spectroscopy, 0(0). DOI:
  • Aledda, M.Kohler, A.Zimmermann, B.Patel, N.Shapaval, V., and Tafintseva, V. (2023) Sparse wavelengths data in mid-infrared spectroscopy: Modelling approaches and channel sampling. Journal of Biophotonics, e202300049. DOI: