• This page includes results from the project "ControlAR: Model-based process engineering to CONTROL Antimicrobial Resistance for the food industry 4.0". RTI2018-093560-J-I00 (MCIN/AEI/FEDER, UE).
  • This is a continuation of the project RESISTANCE DPI2014-54085-JIN. Click in the link for details.
  • The project at a glance

    What?
    This is a three-year project for the "ControlAR: Model-based process engineering to CONTROL Antimicrobial Resistance for the food industry 4.0". The idea was funded by the Ministry of Research, Innovation and Universities in collaboration with the European Regional Development Fund (Proyectos de I+D+i «Retos investigación» correspondientes al Programa Estatal de I+D+i Orientada a los Retos de la Sociedad, RTI2018-093560-J-I00)
    Why?
    The principles behind the food industry 4.0 are critical to controlling antimicrobial resistance while adapting the industrial processes to consumers' demands of minimally processed foods and natural antimicrobials. There are three main necessities for the food industry 4.0 in this context:
    How?
    The project aims to develop a protocol that integrates monitoring, modelling and optimisation in real-time:
    Who?
    Principal Investigator: Míriam R. García1

    Current team members: Adrián Pedreira Bar (PhD Student, Orcid, twitter) and Nerea Martínez López (PhD Student ResearchGate)

    Previous members: Martín Pérez Rodríguez (Postoctoral Fellow, Orcid), Yeşim Taşkın (EIT Food RIS Fellowship, ResearchGate) and Jose Antonio Férez (Research Assistant)

    In collaboration with: Carlos Vilas, Eva Balsa Canto, Antonio A. Alonso, Marta López Cabo, Xosé A. Vázquez, Miguel Mauricio and Diego Oyarzún.
    Where?
    1Bioprocess Engineering Group. IIM - CSIC, Vigo Spain
    When?
    September 2019 to August 2022.

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