Loong-Tak Lim

Professor Loong-Tak Lim
Professor
Email: 
llim@uoguelph.ca
Phone number: 
519 824 4120 extension 56586
Office: 
Food Science Building - Room 122
Lab: 
Food Science Building - Lab 002

Professor

Dr. Loong-Tak Lim received his Doctoral degree in Food Science from the University of Guelph (1994-1999) and BSc. degree in Food Science from Acadia University (1990-1994).  He is the team leader of the Packaging and Biomaterial Group, focuses on research topics related to food packaging, electrospinning/electrospraying, encapsulation, biopolymer film/coating, and coffee technology. Prior to joining the University of Guelph in 2005 as a faculty member, he was with Husky Injection Molding Systems Ltd., Bolton, Canada (1999-2005), working extensively with injection molding and single/two-stage injection stretch blow molding technologies, as well as packaging prototyping. At the University of Guelph, he teaches two undergraduate courses (Food Packaging and Food Engineering Principles), and co-teaches several other courses at graduate and undergraduate levels. Studies from his research group have contributed to the understanding of food-packaging interaction and development of better packaging to increase the shelf-life of food. Through studying and exploiting the fundamental properties of food and polymeric materials, his research group has developed methodologies to produce ultrafine fibers and films that open up a myriad of potential end-use applications, both in food and non-food areas.

Academic History

Ph.D.   University of Guelph (1999)
B.Sc.   Acadia University (1994)
 

Professor Loong-Tak Lim in his office

(Last update: 23 May 2018)

Selected articles in refereed publication

  1. A. Jash, G. Paliyath, L-T. Lim. 2018.Activated releases of bioactive aldehydes from their precursors embedded in electrospun poly(lactic acid) nonwovens.RSC Advances.Accepted on 17 May 2018.
  2. Y. HorimotoR. Tan, L-T. Lim. 2018. Enzymatic treatment of pork protein for the enhancement of iron bioavailability. Int. J. Food Sci. Nutri.DOI: 10.1080/09637486.2018.1466270 (in press)
  3. Q. Xiao, L-T. Lim. 2018. Pullulan-alginate fibers produced using free surface electrospinning. Int. J. Biol. Macromol.112:809-817
  4. B. Biduski, W. Silva, R. Colussi, S. Halal, L-T. Lim, A. R.G. Dias, E. Zavareze. 2018. Starch hydrogels: The influence of the amylose content and gelatinization method. Int. J. Biol. Macromol. 113:443-449
  5. J.B. Moreira, L-T. Lim, E. Zavereze, A.R.G. Dias, J.A.V. Costa and M.G. Morais. 2018. Microalgae protein heating in acid/base solution for nanofibers production by free surface electrospinning. J. Food Eng. 230:49-54
  6. M. Bahram-Parvarand L-T. Lim. 2018. Fresh-cut Onion: A Review on Processing, Health Benefits, and Shelf-life. Compr. Rev. Food Sci. Food Saf.(in press; doi: 10.1111/1541-4337.12331)
  7. A. Jash and L-T. Lim. 2018. Triggered release of hexanal from an imidazolidine precursor encapsulated in poly(lactic acid) and ethylcellulose carriers. J Mater. Sci.53:2221-2235
  8. A. Cheema, P. Padmanabhan, A. Amer, M.J. Parry, L-T. Lim, J. Subramanian, G. Paliyath. 2018. Postharvest hexanal vapor treatment delays ripening and enhances shelf life of greenhouse grown sweet bell pepper (Capsicum annum L.). Post Harvest Biol. Technol.136:80-89.
  9. Y. Zhang, L-T. Lim. 2018. Colorimetric Array Indicator for NH3and CO2Detection. Sensors & Actuators: B. Chem.255:3216-3226
  10. Q. Xiao, L-T. Lim, Z. Zhao. 2017. Structure evolution of pullulan-alginate edible films during drying studied by low-field NMR. J. Food Process. Eng., e12636
  11. L. Prietto, V.Z. Pinto, S.L.M. El Halal, M.G. de Morais, J.A.V. Costa, L-T. Lim, A.R.G. Dias, E.R. Zavareze. 2017. Ultrafine fibers of zein and anthocyanins as natural pH indicator. J. Sci. Food Agric.doi:10.1002/jsfa.8769
  12. H. Ahmadi, D. Radford, A. Kropinski, L-T. Lim, S. Balamurugan. 2017. Thermal-stability and reconstitution ability of Listeria phages P100 and A511. Frontiers in Microbiology. doi:10.3389/fmicb.2017.02375
  13. M.D. Antunes, G. da Silva Dannenberg, A.M. Fiorentini, V.Z. Pinto, L-T. Lim, E. Zavareze, A.R.D. Dias. 2017.Antimicrobial electrospun ultrafine fibers from zein containing eucalyptus essential oil/cyclodextrin inclusion complex. Int. J. Biological Macrom. 104:874-882
  14. D. Radford, B. Guild, P. Strange, R. Ahmed, L-T. Lim, S. Balamurugan. 2017. Characterization of Antimicrobial Properties of Salmonella Phage Felix O1 and Listeria phage A511 Embedded in Xanthan Coatings on Poly(lactic acid) Films. Food Microbiology66:117-128
  15. S. Huang, B. Guild, S.  Neethirajan, P. Therrien, L-T. Lim, K. Warriner. 2017. Antimicrobial coatings for controlling Listeria monocytogenesbased on polylactide coatings modified with titanium dioxide and illuminated with UV-A. Food Control73:421-425
  16. J. Yao, S. Zhang, L-T Lim, X. Chen. 2017. Investigation of isothiocyanate release from electrospun modified poly(L-lactic acid)/mustard powder composite fibers. Polymer Journal49:449-456
  17. Y. Horimoto, L-T. Lim, 2017. Effects of different proteases on iron absorption property of egg white hydrolysates. Food Res. Int.95:108-116.
  18. L. Prietto, T.C. Mirapalhete, V.Z. Pinto, J. F. Hoffmann, N.L. Vanier, L-T. Lim, A.R.G. Dias, E. da Rosa Zavareze. 2017. pH-sensitive films containing anthocyanins extracted from black bean seed coat and red cabbage. LWT - Food Sci. Technol.80:492-500. 
  19. Q. Xiao, L-T. Lim, Z. Zhao. 2017. Drying process of pullulan edible films forming solutions studied by low-field NMR. Food Chem.230:611-617.
  20. X. Wang, L-T. Lim. 2017. Investigation of CO2Precursors in Roasted coffee. Food Chem.219:185-192.
  21. Y. Zhang, L-T. Lim. 2016. Inkjet-printed CO2colorimetric indicators. Talanta161:105-113.
  22. M. A. Rogers, Q. Feng, V. Ladizhansky, D. B. Good, A. K. Smith, M. Corridini, D. A. S. Grahame, B. C. Bryksa, P. D. Jadhav, S. Sammynaiken, L.-T. Lim, B. Guild, Y. Y. Shim, P.-G. Burnettd and M. J. T. Reaneyd. 2016. Self-assembled fibrillar networks comprised of a naturally-occurring cyclic peptide—LOB3, RSC Adv.6:40765-40776.
  23. X. WangJ. William, Y. Fu, L-T. Lim. 2016. Effects of capsule parameters on coffee extraction in single-serve brewer. Food Res. Int.89:797-805
  24. R. Dai, L-T. Lim. 2015. Release of Allyl Isothiocyanate from mustard seed meal powder entrapped in electrospun PLA-PEO nonwovens, Food Res. Int. 77:467-475. 
  25. K. Moomand, L-T. Lim, 2015. Effects of solvent and n-3 rich fish oil on physicochemical properties of electrospun zein fibres. Food Hydrocolloids46:191-200.
  26. K. Moomand, L-T. Lim, 2015. Properties of encapsulated fish oil in electrospun zein fibres under simulated in vitro conditions. Food Bioprocess Technol.8:431–444.
  27. A. Jensen, L-T. Lim, S. Barbut, M. Marcone, 2015. Development and characterization of soy protein films incorporated with cellulose fibers using a hot surface casting technique. LWT - Food Sci. Technol.60:162-170. 
  28. V.Z. Pinto, N.L. Vanier, V.G. Deon, K. Moomand, S.L.M.E. Halal, E.R. Zavareze, L-T. Lim, A.R.G. Dias. 2015.  Effects of single and dual physical modifications on pinhão starch. Food Chem.187-98-105.
  29. V.Z. PintoK. Moomand, N.L. Vanier, R. Colussi, F.A.Villanova, E.R. Zavareze, L-T. Lim, A.R.G. Dias. 2015. Molecular structure and granule morphology of native and heat-moisture-treated pinhão starch. Int. J. Food Sci. Technol.50: 282-289.
  30. S. Mihindukulasuriya and L-T. Lim. 2014. Nanotechnology development in food packaging: a review. Trend Food Sci. Technol.40:149-167.
  31. X. Wang, L-T. Lim. 2014. A kinetics and modeling study of coffee roasting under isothermal conditions, Food Bioprocess Technol.7:621-632.
  32. M. Verdugo, L-T. Lim, M. Rubilar, M. Rivas. 2014. Electrospun protein concentrate fibers from micro algae residual biomass, J. Polym. Environ.22:373-383
  33. B. Harper, S. Barbut, M. Marcone, L-T Lim. 2014. Effect of various gelling cations on the physical properties of ‘wet’ alginate films, J. Food Sci.79:E562-E567.
  34. Q. Xiao, Q. Tong, L-T. Lim. 2014. Drying process of pullulan edible films forming solutions studied by ATR-FTIR with two dimensional correlation spectroscopy, Food Chem. 150:267-273.
  35. R. Dai, L-T. Lim. 2014. Release of allyl isothiocyanate from mustard seed meal powder. J. Food Sci.79(1):E47-E53
  36. R. Chan, L-T. Lim, S. Barbut, and M. F. Marcone. 2014. Extrusion and characterization of soy protein film incorporated with soy cellulose microfibers. Int. Polym. Process.29(4):467-476.
  37. X. Wang, L-T. Lim, 2014. Effect of Roasting Condition on Carbon Dioxide Degassing Behavior in Coffee, Food Res. Int.61:144-151.
  38. K. Moomand, L-T. Lim, 2014. Oxidative Stability of Encapsulated Fish Oil in Electrospun Zein Fibres, Food Res. Int. 62:523-532. 
  39. S. Alborzi, L-T. Lim, Y. Kakuda, 2014. Release of folic acid from sodium alginatepectin- poly(ethylene oxide) electrospun fibers under in vitro conditions", LWT – Food Sci. Technol.59:383-388.
  40. J. Yao, L-T. Lim, Y. Li. 2014. Preparation and characterization of poly(lactic acid) with different molecular weights by thermal hydrolysis. Appl. Mechanics Mat.440:19-24.
  41. R. Baba, C.J. Angammana, S.H. Jayaram, L-T. Lim. 2013. An IGBT-based pulsed power supply for fabricating noncontinuous nanofibers using electrospinning, IEEE Trans. Ind. Appl.48:1801-1807.
  42. L. Zhan, J. Hu, L-T. Lim, L. Zhan, J. Hu, L-T. Lim, L. Pang, Y. Li, J. Shao. 2013. Light exposure inhibiting tissue browning and improving antioxidant capacity of fresh-cut celery (Apium graveolens var. dulce). Food Chem.141:2473-2478.
  43. B.A. Harper, S. Barbut, L-T Lim, M.F. Marcone. 2013. Characterization of ‘wet’ alginate and composite films containing gelatin, whey or soy protein, Food Res Int.52:452-459.
  44. S. Mihindukulasuriyaand L-T. Lim. 2013. Oxygen detection using UV-activated electrospun poly(ethylene oxide) fibers encapsulated with TiO2nanoparticles. J. Mater. Sci.48:5489-5498.
  45. S. Mihindukulasuriyaand L-T. Lim. 2013. Heat sealing of LLDPE films: Heat transfer modeling with liquid presence at film-film interface. J. Food Eng. 116:532-540.
  46. S. Wang, M. Marcone, S. Barbut, and L-T. Lim. 2013. Electrospun Soy Protein Isolate-based Fibre Fortified with Anthocyanin-rich Red Raspberry (Rubus strigosus) Extracts. Food Res. Int. 52:467-472.
  47. Q. Tong, Q. Xiao, L-T. Lim. 2013. Effects of glycerol, sorbitol, xylitol and fructose plasticisers on mechanical and moisture barrier properties of pullulan–alginate–carboxymethylcellulose blend films, Int. J Food Sci Technol. 48:870-878.
  48. S. Alborzi, L-T Lim, Y. Kakuda. 2013. Encapsulation of folic acid and its stability in sodium alginate-pectin-poly(ethylene oxide) electrospun fibers. J. Microencapsulation30:64-71
  49. S. Mihindukulasuriyaand L-T. Lim. 2012. Effects of liquid contaminants on heat seal strength of low-density polyethylene film. Packag. Technol. Sci.25:271-284
  50. N. Wangand L-T Lim. 2012. Fourier Transform Infrared and Physicochemical Analyses of Roasted Coffee. J.Agric. Food Chem. 60:5446-5453.
  51. Y. Fuand L-T. Lim. 2012. Investigation of multiple-component diffusion through LLDPE film using an FTIR-ATR technique. Polym. Testing31:56-67
  52. Q. Xiao, L-T. Lim, and Q. Tong. 2012. Properties of pullulan-based blend films as affected by alginate content and relative humidity. Carbohydrate Polym.87:227-234
  53. Q. Xiao, Qunyi Tong, L-T Lim. 2012. Pullulan-sodium alginate based edible films: Rheological properties of film forming solutions. Carbohydrate Polym.87:1689-1695.
  54. A.C. Vega Lugoand L-T. Lim. 2012. Effects of poly(ethylene oxide) and pH on electrospinning of whey protein isolate fibers. J. Polym. Sci. B: Polym. Phys.50:1188-1197
  55. S. Wang, M. Marcone, S. Barbut, and L-T. Lim. 2012. Fortification of dietary biopolymers-based packaging material with bioactive plant extracts. Food Res. Int.49:80-91
  56. A. Negishi, L. Kreplak, T. E. Gillis, L-T Lim, D.S. Fudge. 2012. The production of fibers and films from solubilized hagfish slime thread proteins. Biomacromolecules13:3475-3482
  57. B.A. Harper, S. Barbut, L-T. Lim, M. Marcone. 2012. Microstructure and textural investigation of various manufactured collagen sausage casings. Food Res. Int.49:494-500
  58. S. Wang, M. Marcone, S. Barbut, L-T Lim. 2012. The impact of anthocyanin-rich red raspberry extract on the properties of soy protein isolate films. J. Food Sci.77:C497-C505.
  59. N. WangY. Fuand L-T. Lim. 2011. Feasibility study on chemometric discrimination of roasted Arabica coffees by solvent extraction and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy. J. Agric. Food Chem.59:3220-3226.
  60. Y. Fu, L-T. Lim and Y. Kakuda. 2011. Chemometric analysis of gas chromatographic data – Investigation on enological parameters of bag-in-box white wine. J. Chemometrics25:610-619.
  61. S. Alborzi, L-T Lim and Y. Kakuda. 2010. Electrospinning of sodium alginate-pectin ultrafine fibers. J. Food Sci.75:C100-C107.
  62. E. Baba, C.J. Angammana, S.H. Jayaram, L-T. Lim. 2010. Paper H2 - Electrospinning of alginate and poly-ethylene oxide blends using pulsed electric fields to fabricate chopped nanofibers. In: Proceedings of ESA Annual on Electrostatics, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, June 22-24, 2010.
  63. A.C. Vega Lugoand L-T. Lim. 2009. Controlled release of allyl isothiocyanate using soy protein and poly(lactic acid) electrospun fibers. Food Res. Int.42:933-940.
  64. Y. Fu, L-T. Lim and P. D. McNicholas. 2009. Changes on enological parameters of white wine packaged in bag-in-box during secondary shelf-life. J. Food Sci. 74(8):C608-C618.
  65. Y. Zhouand L-T. Lim. 2009. Activation of lactoperoxidase system in milk by glucose oxidase immobilized in electrospun polylactide microfibers. J. Food Sci.74(2):C170-C176.
  66. Y. Li, L-T. Lim and Y. Kakuda. 2009. Electrospun zein fibers as carriers to stabilize (-)-epigallocatechin gallate. J. Food Sci.74(3):C233-C240.
  67. L-T. Lim, R. Auras and M. Rubino. 2008. Processing technologies for poly(lactic acid). Prog. Polym. Sci.33:820-852.
  68. A.C. Vega Lugoand L-T. Lim. 2008. Electrospinning of soy protein isolate nanofibers. J. Biobased Mater. Bioenergy2:223-230.
  69. E. Reinoso, G.S. Mittal and L-T. Lim. 2008. Influence of whey protein composite coatings on plum (Prunus domestica L.) fruit quality. Food Bioprocess Technol.1(4):314-325.
  70. Q. Tong, Q. Xian and L-T. Lim. 2008. Preparation and properties of pullulan-alginate-carboxymethylcellulose blend films. Food Res. Int.41:1007-1014
  71. Y. Qin, M. Rubino, R. Auras and L-T. Lim. 2008. Impact of polymer processing on sorption of benzladehyde vapor in semicrystalline polypropylene. J. Appl. Polym. Sci.110:1509-1514.
  72. Y. Qin, M. Rubino, R. Auras and L-T. Lim. 2007. Use of a magnetic suspension microbalance to measure organic vapor sorption for evaluating the impact of polymer conversion. Polym. Testing26(8):1082-1089. 
  73. T. Pham, F. Thibault and L-T. Lim, 2004. Modeling and simulation of stretch blow molding of polyethylene terephthalate. Polym. Eng. Sci.44(8):1460-1472.
  74. Z. Zhang, L-T. Lim and M.A. Tung. 2001. Aroma barrier and mechanical properties of EVOH and nylon 6,6 films as influenced by relative humidity. J. Appl. Polym. Sci.79:1949-1957.
  75. Y.C. Gao and L-T. Lim. 2000. Degeneration character of gels under cyclic loading and its constitutive relation. Mech. Res. Comm.27(2):211-216.
  76. L-T. Lim, Y. Mine and M.A. Tung. 1999. Barrier and tensile properties of transglutaminase cross-linked gelatin films as affected by relative humidity. J. Food Sci.64(4):616-622.  
  77. L-T. Lim, I.J. Britt and M.A. Tung. 1999. Sorption and transport of water vapor in nylon 6,6 film. J. Appl. Polym. Sci.71:197-206. 
  78. M.A. Tung, Z. Zhang, L-T. Lim and I.J. Britt. 1999. Limonene permeation through EVOH and nylon 6,6 films as influenced by relative humidity.  In: Proceedings of the 6th Conference of Food Engineering (CoFE ’99), AIChE Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, October 31-November 5, 443-448.
  79. L-T. Lim, I.J. Britt and M.A. Tung. 1998. Sorption and permeation of allyl isothiocyanate in nylon 6,6 films as affected by relative humidity. J. Plastic Films Sheeting14(3):207-225.
  80. L-T. Lim, Y. Mine and M.A. Tung, 1998. Transglutaminase Cross-linked Egg White Protein Films: Tensile Properties and Oxygen Permeability. J. Agric. Food Chem.46(10):4022-4029.
  81. L-T. Lim and M.A. Tung. 1997. Vapor pressure of allyl isothiocyanate and its transport in PVDC/PVC copolymer packaging film. J. Food Sci.62(5):1061-1066.
  82. L-T. Lim, J. Tang, J. He. 1995. Moisture sorption characteristics of freeze dried blueberries. J. Food Sci.60(4):810-814.

Book Chapters and Others

  1. L-T. Lim. 2018. Gases and vapors used in food. In: Encyclopedia of Food Chemistry (accepted on 23 Feb 2018; in press).
  2. B. Guild, H.B. Tee, L-T. Lim. 2016. Chapter 20: Nanotechnology-based packaging materials for fresh and processed meats. In: Advanced Technologies for Meat Processing, 2nd edition, F. Toldrá and L.M.L. Nollet (editors). CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL (accepted 3 Nov 2016; in press).
  3. H. Ahmadi, Q. Wang, L-T. Lim, and S. Balamurugan. 2018. Encapsulation of Listeria phage A511 by alginate to improve its thermal stability. In: Bacteriophages, M. Clokie, A. Kropinski, R. Lavigne (eds.), Methods in Molecular Biology, vol. 1681, Humana Press, New York, NY.
  4. L-T. Lim. 2015. Chapter 18: Encapsulation of bioactive compounds using electrospinning and electrospraying technologies. In: Nanotechnology and Functional Foods: Effective Delivery of Bioactive Ingredients, 1st edition. C. Sabliov, H. Chen and R. Yada (Ed.). John Wiley & Sons, DOI: 10.1002/9781118462157.ch18
  5. L-T. Lim. 2015. Chapter 8: Enzymes for food-packaging applications. In: Improving and Tailoring Enzymes for Food Quality and Functionality. R. Yada (Ed.).  Woodhead Publishing, 161–178.
  6. L-T. Lim. 2015. Chapter 12: Application of nano- and microncapsulated materials to Food Packaging. In: Nano- and Microencpsulation for Foods, 1st edition. H-S. Kwak (Ed.) John Wiley & Sons, 301-323
  7. X. Wang and L-T Lim. 2015. Chapter 27: Physicochemical characteristics of roasted coffee. In: Coffee in Health and Disease Prevention. V.R. Preedy (Ed.) Elsevier. 247–254.
  8. L-T. Lim. 2014/2015. Current Developments in Food Packaging. Technical Articles SIFST. December 2014/January2015. 51- 55.
  9. S. Netramai, M. Rubino and L-T Lim. 2012. Chapter 21: Gas-based antimicrobials in active packaging. In: Antimicrobial Polymers. J.M. Lagaron, M.J. Ocio, and A. Lopez-Rubio. (Ed.) John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 459-488
  10. L-T. Lim. 2011. Nano-structure packaging technologies. In: Modified Atmosphere Packaging for Fresh-Cut Fruits and Vegetables. A. Brody, H. Zhuang, and J. Han. (Ed.) John Wiley & Sons.
  11. L-T. Lim. 2011. Active and intelligent packaging materials. In: Comprehensive Biotechnology 2nd edition, R. Yada (Ed.) 629-644
  12. L-T. Lim, K. Cink, and T. Vanyo. 2010. Processing of poly(lactic acid). In: Polylactic acid - Synthesis, Properties, Processing and Applications. R.A. Auras, L-T. Lim, and S.E.M. Selke. (Ed.) John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, New Jersey.
  13. L-T. Lim. 2008. Advances in biodegradable packaging for foods. The International Review of Food Science and Technology 76-79
  14. L-T. Lim, Y. Mine, I. Britt, M.A. Tung. 2002. Chapter 9 - Formation and properties of egg white films and coatings. In: Protein-based Films and Coatings. A. Gennadios. (Ed.). CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. 233-252

Book

  1. R. Auras, L-T. Lim, S.E.M. Selke, and H. Tsuji. 2010. Polylactic acid - Synthesis, Properties, Processing and Applications. John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, New Jersey.

Contributions to practical applications of knowledge

  1. L-T. Lim; M. Nicholas; H. Godwin. Method and apparatus for testing aldehyde in a polyester polymer. Canadian Patent 2,454,728; US Patent 6,902,700; US Patent 6,835,573

  2. S.D.F. Mihindukulasuriya, L-T. Lim, G. Paliyath, J. Subramanian, and J.A. Sullivan. Methods to Encapsulate and Control Release of Volatile Organic Compounds for Increasing Shelf-Life of Perishable Products. U.S. Provisional Patent Application No. 61/927650; PCT/CA2015/000027

  3. W. Wang, W. Huang, and L-T. Lim. 2016. Composition for controlled release of volatile compounds for antimicrobial active packaging. US Patent application 62/335,964.

Present team members

  • Amr Zaitoon (PhD.)           

  • Raymond Luo (PhD.)

  • Ayesha Jabeen (MSc., co-advise)

  • Caihua Shi (MSc.)

  • Matthew Zwicker (MSc.)

  • Dongning Yu (MSc.)

  • Jessey Cowell (MSc.)

  • Zheng Zhang (MSc.)

  • Wenjun Song (MSc.)

  • Tabrez Dulvi (MSc.)

  • Xiuju Wang (Post-doc)

  • Yasumi Horimoti (Post-doc visitor)

Past team members

  • Wenjun Song (MSc.)

  • Apratim Jash (MSc.)

  • Hanie Admadi (PhD.)

  • Felix Yip (Undergraduate)

  • Abdallah Omar (Undergraduate)

  • Brandon Guild (MSc.)           

  • Hans Bernard Tee (MSc.)

  • Wenjing Wang (MSc.)

  • Wenyu Wang (MSc.)

  • Yanan Zhang (MSc.)

  • Natalie Welc (MSc. FSQA)

  • Yang Qu (MSc. FSQA)

  • Joshua William (Summer student)

  • Sonu Mathew (Summer student)

  • Colin Jones (Summer student)

  • Dennis Cha (Summer student)

  • Xiuju Wang (Post-doc)

  • Yasumi Horimoti (Post-doc)

  • Kanwarjeet Kaur (Post-doc)

  • Maryam Bahramparvar (Post-doc)

  • Xiuju Wang (PhD.)

  • Khalid Moomand (PhD.)

  • Ruyan Dai (MSc.)

  • Suramya Mihindukulasuriya (PhD.; Post-doc)

  • Solmaz Alborzi (PhD.; Post-doc)

  • Gloria Wang (Summer student)

  • Ana Cristina Vega Lugo (MSc., PhD.)

  • Roc Chan (Summer student; MSc.)

  • Niya Wang (MSc.)

  • Alexander Jensen (Summer student; MSc.)

  • Nosakhare Uwaila-Obayagbona (MSc. FSQA)

  • Carly Warren (Summer Student)

  • Jason Kuhnow (Summer student)

  • Yucheng Fu (PhD.)

  • Sally Huynh (Summer student)

  • Yuting Zhou (MSc.)

  • Ying Li (MSc.)

  • Angie Lam (Summer student)

  • Clint Seukeran (MSc.)

  • Jennifer Harman (MSc.)

  • Matt Whitman (MSc. FSQA)

  • Grace Wong (MSc.)

Past visiting scholars

  • Jie Li (PhD., Shandong Agricultural University, China) 

  • Guihua Xu (Professor, Henan Institute of Science and Technology, China)

  • Qian Xiao (Professor, Hunan Agriculture University, China)
  • Laura Martins Fonseca (PhD., Universidad Federal de Pelotas, Brazil)

  • Dianini Hüttner Kringel (PhD., Universidad Federal de Pelotas, Brazil)

  • Barbara Biduski (PhD., Universidad Federal de Pelotas, Brazil)

  • Juliana Moreira (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Brazil)

  • Min Yi Loke (Sci. Diploma, Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore)

  • Fatin Zafirah Bte Musa (Sci. Diploma, Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore)

  • Camila B.M. Moreno (PhD, Universidad de La Frontera, Shile)

  • Linlin Wang (MSc., Jiangnan University, China)

  • Pei Woon Tan (Sci. Diploma, Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore)

  • Wee Teng Tan (Sci. Diploma, Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore)

  • Larissa C.D.S.V. Goncalves (BSc., Brazil Sci. Without Border internship, Brazil)

  • Julia Koury Marques (BSc., Brazil Sci. Without Border internship, Brazil)

  • Junyan Yao (Professor, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China)

  • Chavin Ong (Sci. Diploma, Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore)

  • Yee Qian Ong (Sci. Diploma, Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore)

  • Dineth Samarawickrama (MSc., Industrial Technology Institute, Sri Lanka)

  • Vinicius Goncalves Deon  (BSc., Universidad Federal de Pelotas, Brazil)

  • Vânia Zanella Pinto - (PhD., Universidad Federal de Pelotas, Brazil)

  • Nelly Mateeva (Professor, Florida A&M University, USA)

  • Winter Walker (MSc., Florida A&M University, USA)

  • Raheja Anant  (PhD., IIT Madras, India)

  • Marcela Verdugo (PhD., Universidad de La Frontera, Chile)

  • Junyan Yao (Professor, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China)

  • Shilei Zhou (Scientist, Wahaha Ltd, China)

  • Liangying Xing (Scientist, Wahaha Ltd, China)

  • Qian Xiao (PhD., Jiangnan University, China)

  • Qunyi Tong (Professor, Jiangnan University, China)

  • Samuel Aw Cheong Soon (Lecturer, Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore)

  • Adriana Valencia (MSc., University of Sonora, Mexico)

  • Thilde Marboe (MSc., Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Denmark)