09:13 uur 26-04-2017

PSE, NIZO openen Centre of Excellence voor product- en procesmodellering van voeding

LONDEN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–  Process Systems Enterprise (PSE), een bedrijf in geavanceerde procesmodellering, en NIZO, wereldwijd toonaangevend in uitbesteed onderzoek naar voedsel en voeding, hebben op het Advanced Process Modelling Forum aangekondigd een Centre of Excellence (CoE) voor voedingsproducten en procesmodellering.

Het CoE combineert op één locatie instrumenten voor mechanistische productmodellering en procesmodellering, met toonaangevende technieken voor de karakterisering van voedingsmiddelen en semi-industriële faciliteiten voor pilottesten op schaal. Het centrum slaagt daarin door de expertise, testfaciliteiten en ervaring in kenschetsing van voedingsmiddelen te combineren met het modelleringsplatform gPROMS en de modelreeksen van PSE.



PSE, NIZO announce Centre of Excellence for Food Product & Process Modelling

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)– At today’s Advanced Process Modelling Forum Process Systems Enterprise (PSE), the Advanced Process Modelling company, and NIZO, the world’s leading food & nutrition contract research organisation, announced the formation of the Centre of Excellence (CoE) for Food Product and Process Modelling.

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The CoE will provide a single point service that combines mechanistic product and process modelling tools with industry-leading food characterisation techniques and semi-industrial scale pilot facilities, by integrating NIZO’s expertise, pilot facilities and experience in food characterisation and modelling with PSE’s gPROMS modelling platform and unit operation model libraries.

The integrated software and services solutions will result in better designed and operated processes with less variability, leading to better product quality, lower energy use and hence CO 2footprint, and more flexibility when dealing with varying raw ingredients. Over and above the manufacturing benefits, the ability to combine models and experimental data to provide accurate prediction enables food & beverage organisations to explore the formulation and manufacturing decision space rapidly and effectively to accelerate design decisions.

PSE provides the gPROMS FormulatedProducts modelling suite for optimising the formulation and manufacture of formulated products, including food and pharmaceuticals, using high-fidelity process and material models of unit operations such as crystallization and spray drying combined with product performance models. PSE pioneered the Systems-based Pharmaceutics approach increasingly being adopted by major pharmaceutical companies and now being applied to food & nutrition.

NIZO, originally formed by the Dutch dairy industry but now a private and independent company, develops processes and products for food and health companies worldwide. By applying science and technology expertise in proteins, bacteria and processing at laboratory scale and in its food grade processing centre in Ede, the Netherlands, NIZO’s research helps customers create competitive advantage through development of novel products and production processes.

Marc Goemans CCO at NIZO, says “we are very excited about the Centre of Excellence. It offers a unique capability and allows us to provide to our customers the most advanced set of modelling tools and services for food product and process design and upscaling, based on true understanding of the underlying food science. NIZO looks forward to working with PSE to bring this capability to the market”.

Sean Bermingham, VP for PSE’s Formulated Products business unit, says “the combination of mechanistic models and experimental data is a powerful approach that helps food companies to accelerate getting the right food products to market in the most cost-effective and sustainable way. We very much look forward to working with NIZO to provide a holistic service that covers all these aspects”.

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Kate Burness
Maykel Verschueren, Principal Scientist Processing
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