Interested in innovation and research in food sciences
Student in Master 1 in food science, biology, physical chemistry or in engineering school
To obtain professional skills in food and wine research
After my Bachelor of Biology, I integrated the master degree of Food Science of the University ofBurgundy; During the first year, my two months internship, on physical chemistry of dairy drinks, mademe understand that I wanted to continue in the research field. The multidisciplinary approach of thecourses and the internship of 6 months proposed during the second year, allowed me to follow by aPhD. I am now leading researches on iron encapsulation in biopolymergels, topics at the cross section of physical chemistry, chemistry and biochemistry with possibleapplication in food, pharmaceutics and health sciences.
Aline Maire Du Poset,PhD Student, UMR PAM, Team PAPC,AgroSup Dijon
I Integrated the Master degree of Food Science after my Bachelor of Science (Biologie Option). During the first year, I discovered the food industry in gingerbread factory during my first internship on food quality. During the second year, the courses and the internship in a laboratory research in microbiology made me believe that I wanted to work in the field of industrial R&D. The master program and my professional experiences allowed me to follow my PhD. I am now leading researches on encapsulation of probiotic bacteria, a research topic in microbiology and physical chemistry, with possible applications in food and pharmaceutics.
Arnaud Heumann, PhD student,UMR PAM, Team VAlMIS/ PAPC, IUVV/AgroSup Dijon
I was foreign student who had a chance to integrate the master degree of Food Science of the Institute AgroSup Dijon in collaboration with the University of Burgundy. Within nine months of the formation, I learned a lot of knowledge and obtained professional skills that allowed me to publish my first international scientific article about the interesting results obtained during six months of internship. This increased my confidence and motivation to continue in the research field. Eighty percent of my class included me got Ph.D. after the master. I finally finished my thesis on yeast encapsulation and stabilization field. My career can now begin with the first job in Research and Development activities of Lesaffre Groups, a French yeast manufacturer, and the world's largest producer.
Thanh Dat Nguyen, PhD, Lesaffre, Engineer R&D