James McGill Professor
Postharvest technologies for food security and food safety. Electro-technologies for drying and thermal processing of crops and produce, extraction of value compounds from agriculture residues, and disinfestation of grains. Enhancement of heat/mass transfer using particulate medium in spouted and fluid beds. Methods to extend storability and increase nutritive content of fresh produce in storage. International projects on post-harvest engineering to reduce food losses and drudgery.
Circular Economy, food security, sustainability in food system, plant-based beverages