Dr Peter Ho Honoured by ISEKI-Food Academy
Dr Ho, a lecturer in the School of Food Science and Nutrition, has been recognised for his international work in the food industry and his contribution to food science.
Dr Ho's research interests are in sensory science, food product development, process measurement and food analytics. He has co-edited two books in the Springer series on Integrating Food Science and Engineering Knowledge into the Food Chain. He developed the MSc Food Quality and Innovation course and has been its programme manager since 2010, as well as BSc and MSc course modules in sensory science, quality assurance, product development, and product design and optimisation. He has received University funding to redevelop undergraduate course modules that aim to improve graduate employability and integrate transferable skills training into the curriculum.
He is also a member of the Institute of Food Science and Technology (UK), a board member of the ISEKI-Food Association and the EQAS Accreditation Commission. He is currently involved in the ERASMUS+ Knowledge Alliance project on the development of the European Food Studies and Training Alliance.
The ISEKI-Food Association aims to establish and maintain a network between universities, research institutions and companies in the food chain.
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