An extremely informative RFA 1 (Milk Composition-driven Adaptive Processing) Symposium was co-chaired today by Prof. Diarmuid (JJ) Sheehan and Prof. Seamus O’Mahony. There was a series of presentations to Industry partners from our Research teams on results of...
Many thanks to Jim Bergin and Michelle Collins, Tirlán for hosting the DPTC Centre Steering Committee recently. There was great engagement from both Industry and the Research Performing Organisations on the day.
Dr Anna V. Piterina, Mary Ferry, Dr Anne Marie Henihan, DPTC – Dairy Processing Technology Centre Director, and DPTC researchers Nurdan Ersöz and Kexin Zhang are delighted to be attending and exhibiting at the Society of Dairy Technology 80th Anniversary...
We are delighted to welcome Siemens Process Systems Engineering Ltd (SPSE) as an Associate Member to DPTC. SPSE is committed to working with both academic and industrial partners to advance the digitalistion capabilities of process industries to create added value in...
The DPTC Knowledge Day 2022 was held at the Midlands Park Hotel, Portlaoise, on 12 May. The day was a resounding success: with 10 presentations from invited speakers from across the globe, our attendees heard the latest in research from data integration in dairy to...
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