Skip to main content

Process integration for rapid implementation of sustainable innovative food processing

Deliverables

Report on promotional material and scientific publications (draft M12)

Task 5.3: Management of promotional material and scientific publications (IRTA, M1-M36) (yearly draft and final M12, M24, M36) Promotional material such as leaflets, posters, brochures, folders, newsletters and press-releases will be produced to inform the general public on project activities. A project identity (logo and associated colour scheme etc) will be designed for promotional tools. The distribution of such materials in events dedicated to SME-AG associates, food equipment producers, food and beverages manufacturers, will draw their attention towards the project activities and will interest these stakeholders in the consortium dissemination activities, promoting the knowledge take-up and technology implementation of their respective SMEs. Material may be translated by the partners themselves based on the approved English version. The partners will be actively involved in content generation for promotional material and dissemination. Electronic newsletters will be sent every 6 months to the members and communication channels of some of the partners reaching a large number of stakeholders. Newsletter will also be posted on the project and individual partners’ websites. Promotional videos (one per technology) will be prepared and disseminated to different channels: YouTube, partners’ websites, industrial associations’ websites, booths on food technology fairs, ... Partners may present their research results at specific and popular science conferences, science days etc. and submit for publication in scientific journals in the food science & technology field worldwide, once it is clarified that sensitive IP (e.g. with patent potential) will not be prematurely disclosed. Partners involved: IRTA, ISI, DIL, FBR, SPE, ELE, HOG, DMK, FC, ENTEX

Report on promotional material and scientific publications (final M36)

Task 5.3: Management of promotional material and scientific publications (IRTA, M1-M36) yearly draft and final M12, M24, M36 Promotional material such as leaflets, posters, brochures, folders, newsletters and press-releases will be produced to inform the general public on project activities. A project identity (logo and associated colour scheme etc) will be designed for promotional tools. The distribution of such materials in events dedicated to SME-AG associates, food equipment producers, food and beverages manufacturers, will draw their attention towards the project activities and will interest these stakeholders in the consortium dissemination activities, promoting the knowledge take-up and technology implementation of their respective SMEs. Material may be translated by the partners themselves based on the approved English version. The partners will be actively involved in content generation for promotional material and dissemination. Electronic newsletters will be sent every 6 months to the members and communication channels of some of the partners reaching a large number of stakeholders. Newsletter will also be posted on the project and individual partners’ websites. Promotional videos (one per technology) will be prepared and disseminated to different channels: YouTube, partners’ websites, industrial associations’ websites, booths on food technology fairs, ... Partners may present their research results at specific and popular science conferences, science days etc. and submit for publication in scientific journals in the food science & technology field worldwide, once it is clarified that sensitive IP (e.g. with patent potential) will not be prematurely disclosed. Partners involved: IRTA, ISI, DIL, FBR, SPE, ELE, HOG, DMK, FC, ENTEX

Report on promotional material and scientific publications (draft M24)

Task 5.3: Management of promotional material and scientific publications (IRTA, M1-M36) draft M24 Promotional material such as leaflets, posters, brochures, folders, newsletters and press-releases will be produced to inform the general public on project activities. A project identity (logo and associated colour scheme etc) will be designed for promotional tools. The distribution of such materials in events dedicated to SME-AG associates, food equipment producers, food and beverages manufacturers, will draw their attention towards the project activities and will interest these stakeholders in the consortium dissemination activities, promoting the knowledge take-up and technology implementation of their respective SMEs. Material may be translated by the partners themselves based on the approved English version. The partners will be actively involved in content generation for promotional material and dissemination. Electronic newsletters will be sent every 6 months to the members and communication channels of some of the partners reaching a large number of stakeholders. Newsletter will also be posted on the project and individual partners’ websites. Promotional videos (one per technology) will be prepared and disseminated to different channels: YouTube, partners’ websites, industrial associations’ websites, booths on food technology fairs, ... Partners may present their research results at specific and popular science conferences, science days etc. and submit for publication in scientific journals in the food science & technology field worldwide, once it is clarified that sensitive IP (e.g. with patent potential) will not be prematurely disclosed. Partners involved: IRTA, ISI, DIL, FBR, SPE, ELE, HOG, DMK, FC, ENTEX

Project website

Task 5.1: Design, creation and maintenance of the project website (M6) Task leader: IRTA / Participants: all partners The project website will hold two sections: a public and a private domain. The public domain will contain general information about the project objectives, ongoing activities and dissemination events; whereas the private domain, only accessible to the consortium and the EC, will host internal documents, reports, meeting summaries and will serve as information exchange and communication platform between the partners. The website should be operable at M 6 and will be periodically updated and will be modified according to needs of the project activities. Partners involved: IRTA, ISI, DIL, FBR, SPE, ELE, HOG, DMK, FC, ENTEX

Report on dissemination and demonstration events developed to promote project results (draft M12)

Task 5.4: Dissemination and demonstration events (IRTA, M6-M36) (yearly draft and final, M12, M24, M36) The project will host a variety of dissemination events, which will include stakeholder workshops and conferences, where feasible back to back with project meetings - These are workshops (which can be held at the same places than project meetings: M12 and M24 ) where project results will be disseminated to industrial users (all the technologies in each workshop). The specifics of these events will correspond to the planned work and results as they become available and defined in the Dissemination Plan (WP5.1) at the beginning of the project and updated throughout the project. Furthermore, partners may present the project and their research results at specific and popular science conferences, science days etc. once it is clarified that sensitive IP (e.g. with patent potential) will not be prematurely disclosed. An industry associated group (IAG) will be implemented where companies interested in the technologies can participate, profiting from the positive experience e.g. gained in the Associated Membership Platform of HighTech Europe or the Industrial Advisory Board of NovelQ. These companies will give input on the project actively ensuring and directing the applicability for industrial implementation. The members of IAG will be addressed for demonstration days of WP5, typically for 0.5-1 day testing of their products in a confidential environment (Three for each technology: PEF-F, HPTS and LS-Extrusion) and more organised in the form of page 42: open demo-workshops with presentations and a practical demonstration (one for each technology). These are demo workshops specific for each technology to be held in the facilities of DIL and FBR, with a practical demonstration with a case study, between M24 and M36 The i³-Food partners will jointly present at two booths the technology potential of the prioritised technologies at renowned food technology fairs (e.g. BTA Barcelona, SIAL Paris). The Wiki-based knowledge portal Food TIP of HighTech Europe will be used to transfer project findings. At least three new technology data sheets will be written for Food TIP and if needed existing data sheets related to the investigated technologies will be updated if new findings are available. It is anticipated that exhibition presence at international fair and conferences will attract potential end users of the developed results. Synergies will be sought with relevant projects to hold joint events to enhance impact and share costs. Partners involved: IRTA, ISI, DIL, FBR, SPE, ELE, HOG, DMK, FC, ENTEX also month 24 and 36

Report on dissemination and demonstration events developed to promote project results (final M36)

Task 5.4: Dissemination and demonstration events (IRTA, M6-M36) yearly draft and final, M12, M24, M36 The project will host a variety of dissemination events, which will include stakeholder workshops and conferences, where feasible back to back with project meetings - These are workshops (which can be held at the same places than project meetings: M12 and M24 ) where project results will be disseminated to industrial users (all the technologies in each workshop). The specifics of these events will correspond to the planned work and results as they become available and defined in the Dissemination Plan (WP5.1) at the beginning of the project and updated throughout the project. Furthermore, partners may present the project and their research results at specific and popular science conferences, science days etc. once it is clarified that sensitive IP (e.g. with patent potential) will not be prematurely disclosed. An industry associated group (IAG) will be implemented where companies interested in the technologies can participate, profiting from the positive experience e.g. gained in the Associated Membership Platform of HighTech Europe or the Industrial Advisory Board of NovelQ. These companies will give input on the project actively ensuring and directing the applicability for industrial implementation. The members of IAG will be addressed for demonstration days of WP5, typically for 0.5-1 day testing of their products in a confidential environment (Three for each technology: PEF-F, HPTS and LS-Extrusion) and more organised in the form of page 42: open demo-workshops with presentations and a practical demonstration (one for each technology). These are demo workshops specific for each technology to be held in the facilities of DIL and FBR, with a practical demonstration with a case study, between M24 and M36 The i³-Food partners will jointly present at two booths the technology potential of the prioritised technologies at renowned food technology fairs (e.g. BTA Barcelona, SIAL Paris). The Wiki-based knowledge portal Food TIP of HighTech Europe will be used to transfer project findings. At least three new technology data sheets will be written for Food TIP and if needed existing data sheets related to the investigated technologies will be updated if new findings are available. It is anticipated that exhibition presence at international fair and conferences will attract potential end users of the developed results. Synergies will be sought with relevant projects to hold joint events to enhance impact and share costs. Partners involved: IRTA, ISI, DIL, FBR, SPE, ELE, HOG, DMK, FC, ENTEX

New technology data sheets on FoodTIP

Task 5.5: New Technology data sheets launched on FoodTIP (DIL, M34) For each technology, an novel new technology data sheet will be created and launched on FoodTIP Partners involved: DIL, IRTA,

Report on dissemination and demonstration events developed to promote project results (draft M24)

Task 5.4: Dissemination and demonstration events (IRTA, M6-M36) yearly draft and final, M12, M24, M36 The project will host a variety of dissemination events, which will include stakeholder workshops and conferences, where feasible back to back with project meetings - These are workshops (which can be held at the same places than project meetings: M12 and M24 ) where project results will be disseminated to industrial users (all the technologies in each workshop). The specifics of these events will correspond to the planned work and results as they become available and defined in the Dissemination Plan (WP5.1) at the beginning of the project and updated throughout the project. Furthermore, partners may present the project and their research results at specific and popular science conferences, science days etc. once it is clarified that sensitive IP (e.g. with patent potential) will not be prematurely disclosed. An industry associated group (IAG) will be implemented where companies interested in the technologies can participate, profiting from the positive experience e.g. gained in the Associated Membership Platform of HighTech Europe or the Industrial Advisory Board of NovelQ. These companies will give input on the project actively ensuring and directing the applicability for industrial implementation. The members of IAG will be addressed for demonstration days of WP5, typically for 0.5-1 day testing of their products in a confidential environment (Three for each technology: PEF-F, HPTS and LS-Extrusion) and more organised in the form of page 42: open demo-workshops with presentations and a practical demonstration (one for each technology). These are demo workshops specific for each technology to be held in the facilities of DIL and FBR, with a practical demonstration with a case study, between M24 and M36 The i³-Food partners will jointly present at two booths the technology potential of the prioritised technologies at renowned food technology fairs (e.g. BTA Barcelona, SIAL Paris). The Wiki-based knowledge portal Food TIP of HighTech Europe will be used to transfer project findings. At least three new technology data sheets will be written for Food TIP and if needed existing data sheets related to the investigated technologies will be updated if new findings are available. It is anticipated that exhibition presence at international fair and conferences will attract potential end users of the developed results. Synergies will be sought with relevant projects to hold joint events to enhance impact and share costs. Partners involved: IRTA, ISI, DIL, FBR, SPE, ELE, HOG, DMK, FC, ENTEX

Searching for OpenAIRE data...