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Namedr.ir. M Dekker
FirstnameMatthijs
Emailmatthijs.dekker@wur.nl

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DescriptionAssociate Professor
OrganizationDepartment of Agrotechnology and Food Sciences
Organization UnitFood Quality and Design
Phone+31 317 483 214
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Phone 2+31 317 482 520
Fax+31 317 483 669
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Visiting addressBornse Weilanden 9
6708WG, WAGENINGEN
Building/Room118/X1115
Postal addressPostbus 17
6700AA, WAGENINGEN
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  • Scientific Committee on the Healthier Food Logo 'het Vinkje' - Stichting Ik kies bewust
    Jan 2014 - Present

  • Scientific Committee on Safety Assessment of Novel Foods - CBG
    Jan 2012 - Present

  • Lecturer Dutch Packaging Center - NVC
    Jan 1996 - Present


Biography

Dr. Matthijs Dekker is Associate Professor in the group Food Quality and Design at Wageningen University, The Netherlands. After obtaining his PhD he joined Unilever Research Laboratory in The Netherlands for five years before returning to Wageningen University. His research is mainly on the effect of process and product design on health aspects of foods. Most of this research was on phytochemicals in fruit and vegetables. Recently this research includes the effects of process and product design on the digestive processes and bioavailability of phytochemicals. He has a special interests in mathematical modelling in food science and food packaging. He has over 120 peer-reviewed publications (h-index 37).


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  • FQD-10306 - Business and Consumer Perspectives on Food Quality
  • FQD-21306 - Food Packaging and Design
  • FQD-23306 - Research Topics on Food and Society, a Gamma-Beta Approach
  • FQD-31306 - Predicting Food Quality
  • FQD-37303 - Predicting Food Quality - Theoretical principles of modelling (online)
  • FQD-37403 - Predicting Food Quality - Solving food science problems by modelling (online)
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