Early Career Scientists Section

The Early Career Scientists Section was formed to promote high standards of ethics and scientific endeavour among food scientists and technologists and to formalize a relationship for the young scientists selected to speak at the IUFoST World Food Congresses, chosen for exemplifying the best in young science from among nominations by IUFoST Adhering Bodies and members worldwide. Young Scientists invited to present their findings to the World Congresses will be granted admittance into the ECS section. This group will be creating its own structure and, amongst other activities, will be Ambassadors for IUFoST and IAFoST.


Administrative Council of ECSS

George Ooko Abong

Emmanouil Chatzakis

Cibuike Udenigwe


Early Career Scientists

Min-Jeong KIM (Singapore)

Matthew D. Moore (USA)

K Shikha Ojha (Ireland)

Azis Boing Sitanggang (Indonesia)

George Ooko Abong’ (Kenya)

Obadina Adewale (Nigeria)

Tonnia Anyasi (South Africa)

Brunna Cristina Bremer Boaventura (Brazil)

Donna Cawthorn (South Africa)

Miguel Cerqueira (Portugal)

Azad Emin (Germany)

Chatzakis Emmanouil (USA)

Daming Fan (China)

Lili He (USA)

Stefan Hubert (Germany)

Delphine Huc-Mathias (France)

Anet Režek Jambrak (Croatia)

Kristina Kukurova (Slovenia)

Yeting Liu (Singapore)

Xiaonan Lu (Canada)

Alexander Mathys (Switzerland)

Amanda Naaum (Canada)

Patrick Njage (South Africa)

Lydia Ong (Australia)

Christine Pin Rou Lee (Singapore)

Cornelia Rauh (Germany)

Kai Reineke (Germany)

Michael Rogers (Canada)

Eimear Shannon (Ireland)

Uthaiwan Suttisansanee (Thailand)

Chibuike Udenigwe (Canada)

Ziyun Wu (USA)