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Keynote Speakers for CAFEi 2018

 

Keynote Speakers

 

 

Keynote: Precision Agriculture, Adapting to technology and operational challenges.

 

Prof Ian Yule

Director and Professor of Precision Agriculture

Massey Agritech Partnership Research Centre

  

         Research Expertise:

               1.     Precision Agriculture

               2.     Remote Sensing

               3.     UAV

               4.     Agricultural Engineering

 

Abstract

The world is constantly changing and precision agriculture is no exception. From starting off in the cropping sector of the USA in the 1980’s it has developed and adapted to new operational challenges in new fields of use. After forty years it includes much more than cropping, with livestock now being considered as well as different agricultural and horticultural crops, including trees crops. It came about because of our ability to recognise spatial variation and map those differences. We now realise that temporal variation is also extremely significant. What this means at the operational level is that we must respond to each new situation as best we can. In order to do that we must have good information that is accessible to the user. Technology is improving through means such as wireless communication, IOT, remote and proximal sensing. Our ability to capture data used to describe our environment has never been better. We now need to provide integration of captured data and transform it into usable management information.

We are now dealing with multi-scale, multi temporal data within complex agricultural environments and value chains where product provenance is required. Dealing with real world situations is challenging for scientists who have used traditional experimental methods to isolate factors affecting change or differences. New methods of data analysis and data mining offer further opportunities to explain our environment. All of these things illustrate the constantly changing world, and the technology and operational challenges that are created. Precision Agriculture is not the same as it was forty years ago and it will contniue to adapt and change. This paper examines some of the current and future challenges.

 

 

 

Keynote: Towards the Next Wave of Modern Agriculture - Smart Agriculture

 

Prof Ta-Te Lin

Secretary-General, Secretariat Office,

National Taiwan University

 

Research Expertise:

1.   Agricultural Mechanization and Automation

2.     Image Processing and Machine Vision

3.     Biological System Modeling and Simulation

4.     Mechatronics

5.     Cryopreservation of Biological Materials

 

Abstract

Agricultural mechanization lays the foundation of improving production efficiency as well as quality of farm produce. Labor intensive operations are replaced with powered machinery. Agricultural automation forms the additional layer of technology evolution in agriculture production utilizing digital computers, control devices and algorithms, and sensors. Integrated and automated systems deliver further enhancement of agricultural operations from production, postharvest processing, and logistics. With the advent of innovative technologies in the past decades, the traditional agriculture and food industry is undergoing rapid transformation. Smart agriculture becomes the next wave of modern agriculture that will effectively solve agricultural problems and support the sustainability of our planet. In this presentation, the evolution of engineering technologies that facilitate the agricultural development will be elucidated. Key technologies that play crucial roles of making the transformation are introduced and discussed, and the synergistic effect are made clear with examples of recent novel applications in agriculture research as well as industry. Modern agricultural operations or business will work differently because of fast-moving advancement of technologies such as devices, sensors, machines, communication and information technologies. Among many advanced technologies, internet of things (IoT), wireless sensor networks (WSN), mobile computing, data analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, drone technology, just to name a few, are permeating in various agricultural applications from field to fork. That is, the chain from crop, livestock, and aquaculture production, to food processing, logistics and distribution, and finally to consumers are linked with smart options to ensure food security as well as food quality. Information and data analytics play even vital role in farm management and agri-business. New business models emerge as a result of new technologies made available in a faster and faster pace in recent years. The synergistic mechanism of these advanced technologies to deliver a promising future agricultural world can be envisioned with a cyber-physical cycle. Application examples context-aware sensing approach using AI and image sensor network will be given to demonstrate the concept and importance of the cyber-physical cycle in the development of smart agriculture in the presentation.

 

 

Keynote: Overview on Agriculture potential in Malaysia

 

Othman Md Yusoff

Head of Halal Affairs

Nestle Malaysia

 

Bsc in Food Science and Technology from Putra University of Malaysia. With Nestlé for 30 years. Experience in manufacturing, research and development and Halal. Extensive working experience within Nestlé companies all over the world.

 

Abstract

Strength in products like palm oil, rice and chili - sustainability supply

Routine monitoring of contamination of agriculture-based materials.

Grading of agricultural products (egg, rice, fruits) to standardize quality. Certification of agricultural best practice by MOA, e.g.: MyGAP

Strong scientific and marketing supports from agricultural agencies such as MPOB, MPOC, BERNAS, MARDI, DVS, FAMA, etc.

Natural and ‘Green’ Agriculture Practices

Post-Harvest Innovations and Halal Certification.

 

Dependency on imported processed agriculture-based products (i.e. dehydrated vegetables, spices, chicken products)

To improve competency of SME to meet international standards.

 

Understanding the upstream of agriculture-based materials.

Advanced technology enables frozen fruits (e.g., durian) for export.

High export demand of tropical fruits (mangoes teen, banana, pineapple) and bird nest.

Free-range chicken – Healthy Hens

Micro-scale vegetable production and miscellaneous crops.

Business development of Halal products.

 

 

Keynote: Engineering the Production of Rice for Food Security in Malaysia

 

Prof. Ir. Dr. Azmi Yahya

Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering,

Universiti Putra Malaysia

 

Research Expertise:

1.     Machinery Design

2.     Soil-Machine Dynamics

3.     Energy

 

Abstract

Rice is the staple food for the populace and a source of income to the rural dwellers in Malaysia.  With the current average rice yield of 3.8 tons/hectare under a total cultivated area of 673,745 ha of land, the local production can only fulfilled 73% of the country’s consumption. The average yield is regarded too low as compared to other rice producing countries in Asia while the yield variabilities are very high between the rice granaries areas in the country. Furthermore, very low work qualities exist in the various rice field cultivation operations due to improper selections and operations of the field machineries in the farms. The current mechanization index of 0.59 and cost benefit ratio of 1.28 are considered to be too low for a country that regards rice as an important security crop.  Attempt to increase the country’s rice production should not only focus on opening new cultivated area or breeding new high yield rice varieties since both efforts take time and involve big investments. However, immediate engagement should be on increasing the country’s average rice yield or total rice production by reducing the production variabilities that currently exist between and within the existing rice granaries areas in the country.  Such an effort can be made through precise use of input energies (i.e seed, fuel, fertiliser, chemical, human and machine) under the implementation of Good Agricultural Practices or GAP, proper selection and use of appropriate field machineries, and lastly engaging on R&D with prime objectives on solving real ground problems. Consequently, the present cost benefit ratio of rice could be increased with the increased in crop yield and the reduction of cost inputs through efficient management of the crops, fields and machineries.  With the population of 28,401,000 and per capita rice consumption of 110 kg/year, it is possible for the country to achieve 100% self-sufficiency from the present 73% sufficiency by increasing the current average rice yield of 3.8 tons/hectare to 4.8 tons/hectare while maintaining the same total cultivated acreage.

 

 

Keynote: On the Use of Advanced Food Processing Technologies to Produce Dysphagia Diets: A Brief Review

 

Prof. Sakamon Devahastin

Advanced Food Processing Research Laboratory, Department of Food Engineering, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi

 

Research Expertise:

1.   Thermal and Non-Thermal Processing of Foods And Biomaterials

2.     Heat and Mass Transfer

3.     Mathematical Modeling

 

Abstract

As many countries are rapidly approaching a state of being an aging society, a pressing need to serve more patients suffering dysphagia, which is a symptom involving the difficulty moving food, liquid, saliva and oral medication from the mouth to the stomach, is soon to be expected. Dysphagia diets need to be prepared to allow both swallowing safety and efficiency; in other words, these diets must be safely swallowable and provide adequate nutrition for the patients. An ability to prepare novel dysphagia diets is highly desirable as these diets can serve not only the aforementioned requirements but may also be able to provide adequate sensory satisfaction to the patients. In this presentation, some advanced food processing technologies that may be used to prepare dysphagia diets will be reviewed. These range from such simple processes as pureeing, foam-mat drying to more advanced processes like 3D printing, among others. Microstructural and textural modifications that need to be achieved for effective preparation of dysphagia diets will be mentioned.

 

 

 

CAFEi 2018 Program Overview

 

7th NOVEMBER 2018 (WEDNESDAY)

VENUE: THE EVERLY HOTEL, PUTRAJAYA

0800 – 0900 hrs

Pre-registration for Technical Visit at Lobby, Ground Floor

0900 – 1700 hrs

Technical Visit

1700 – 1900 hrs

Pre-registration for Conference, First Floor (To be confirmed)

 

 

8th NOVEMBER 2018 (THURSDAY)

VENUE: THE EVERLY HOTEL, PUTRAJAYA

0800 - 0845 hrs

Registration for conference outside of Mesmera Ballroom, First Floor

0845 - 1000 hrs

Venue: Mesmera Ballroom 1 & 2, First Floor

OPENING CEREMONY

·         Recitation of Doa

·         Welcoming Remarks by Chairman of International Conference on Agricultural and Food Engineering by

ASSOC. PROF. DR.-ING MOHD. NORIZNAN MOKHTAR

·         Opening Remarks by Vice Chancellor of UPM

PROF. DATIN PADUKA DATO’ DR. AINI IDERIS

1000 - 1020 hrs

TEA BREAK & REFRESHMENT

1020 - 1050 hrs

Venue: Mesmera Ballroom 1 & 2, First Floor

KEYNOTE I: PRECISION AGRICULTURE, ADAPTING TO TECHNOLOGY AND OPERATIONAL CHALLENGES

PROFESSOR DR. IAN YULE

Director and Professor of Precision Agriculture, Massey Agritech Partnership Research Centre, Massey University, New Zealand

Chairperson : Prof. Ir. Dr. Chin Nyuk Ling

1050 - 1120 hrs

Venue: Mesmera Ballroom 1 & 2, First Floor

KEYNOTE II: ON THE USE OF ADVANCED FOOD PROCESSING TECHNOLOGIES TO PRODUCE DYSPHAGIA DIETS: A BRIEF REVIEW

PROFESSOR DR. SAKAMON DEVAHASTIN

Professor, Department of Food Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand

Chairperson : Prof. Ir. Dr. Chin Nyuk Ling

1120 - 1150 hrs

Venue: Mesmera Ballroom 1 & 2, First Floor

KEYNOTE III: OVERVIEW ON AGRICULTURE POTENTIAL IN MALAYSIA

MR. OTHMAN YUSOFF

Head of Halal Affairs, Nestlé Malaysia Bhd.

Chairperson : Prof. Ir. Dr. Chin Nyuk Ling

1200 – 1300 hrs

Venues: Mesmera Ballroom 1 & 2 / Irama 5 / Irama 6 & 7

PARALLEL TECHNICAL SESSION 1

1300 - 1415 hrs

Venue: Outside of Mesmera Ballroom (To be confirmed)

LUNCH BREAK

1415 - 1630 hrs

Venues: Mesmera Ballroom 1 & 2 / Irama 5 / Irama 6 & 7

PARALLEL TECHNICAL SESSION 2

 

WELCOMING HIGH-TEA

1730 - 1830 hrs

Venue: Fuze Restaurant, Ground Floor

·         Recitation of Doa

·         Conference High-Tea

9th NOVEMBER 2018 (FRIDAY)

VENUE: THE EVERLY HOTEL, PUTRAJAYA

0830 - 0900 hrs

Venue: Mesmera Ballroom 1 & 2, First Floor

KEYNOTE IV: TOWARDS THE NEXT WAVE OF MODERN AGRICULTURE - SMART AGRICULTURE

PROFESSOR DR. TA-TE LIN

Distinguished Professor, Department of Bio-Industrial Mechatronics Engineering and Executive Vice President for University Affairs of National Taiwan University

Chairperson : Prof. Dr. Abdul Rashid Mohamed Shariff

0900 - 0930 hrs

Venue: Mesmera Ballroom 1 & 2, First Floor

KEYNOTE V: ENGINEERING THE PRODUCTION OF RICE FOR FOOD SECURITY IN MALAYSIA

PROFESSOR IR. DR. AZMI DATO’ YAHYA

Professor, Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universiti Putra Malaysia

Chairperson : Prof. Dr. Abdul Rashid Mohamed Shariff

0945 - 1030 hrs

Venues: Mesmera Ballroom 1 & 2 / Irama 5 / Irama 6 & 7

PARALLEL TECHNICAL SESSION 3

1030 - 1045 hrs

TEA BREAK AND REFRESHMENT

1045 - 1230 hrs

Venues: Mesmera Ballroom 1 & 2 / Irama 5 / Irama 6 & 7

PARALLEL TECHNICAL SESSION 4

1230 - 1400 hrs

Venue: Outside of Mesmera Ballroom (To be confirmed)

LUNCH BREAK

1430 - 1630 hrs

Venues: Mesmera Ballroom 1 & 2 / Irama 5 / Irama 6 & 7

PARALLEL TECHNICAL SESSION 5

1630 - 1645 hrs

TEA BREAK & REFRESHMENT

 

CLOSING CEREMONY AND AWARD GIVING

1700 hrs

Venue: Mesmera Ballroom 1 & 2, First Floor

CLOSING CEREMONY AND AWARD GIVING

·         Recitation of Doa

·         Closing Remarks by Co-Chairman of International Conference on Agricultural and Food Engineering,

ASSOC. PROF. DR. SITI KHAIRUNNIZA BEJO

·         Awards Ceremony

* Refer to floor layout of conference venue for locations of Parallel Technical Sessions

 

Floor Layout of Conference Venue

 

 

Conference Program & Poster

 

Parallel Technical Session 1

Date: 8th November 2018 (1200 hrs – 1300 hrs)

Time

Drying Technology

Packaging Engineering

Agricultural Processing

Venue:  Mesmera Ballroom 1& 2

Venue: Irama 5

Venue: Irama 6 & 7

Chairperson:

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Farah Saleena Taip

 

Chairperson:

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Rosnita A. Talib

Chairperson:

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Norashikin Abdul Aziz

1200

CAFEi2018- 203-202

Purwoko

 

INVITED SPEAKER

Associate Prof. Dr Mohammad Jawaid

CAFEi2018- 113-102

Farah Fahma

Biodegradation properties of TPS-PVA nanocomposite films with cellulose nanofibers from oil palm empty bunches as nanofiller

Biodegradable and compostable food packaging products from oil palm agricultural wastes

Preparation and characterization of cellulose nanofibers from oil palm empty fruit bunches (OPEFBs) and their application

1215

CAFEi2018- 226-217

Noor Zafira Noor Hasnan

 

CAFEi2018- 131-127

Panlop Sintuya

CAFEi2018- 241-225

Muhammad Hazwan Hamzah

Spine layout design for improving food hygiene and reducing travelled distances in a small-scale burger patties processing

Degradation kinetic of Diazinon and Triazophos pesticides in dried chili under gaseous ozone fumigation

Discolorization of palm oil mill effluent by treated palm oil mill boiler ashes

1230

CAFEi2018- 110-095

Penjumras, P.

 

CAFEi2018- 211-203

Sugiarto

CAFEi2018- 040-031

Norhayati

Development of gluten-free cream puff with addition of carboxymethylcellulose and carrageenan

Thermoplastic Starch-PVA-cellulose nanocomposite film for extending the shelf life of red chili

Effects of pasteurization and different concentration of xanthan gum on honey beverage

1245

CAFEi2018- 119-108

Sartika, D

 

CAFEi2018- 112-099

Siti Mariam Mohd Zahiruddin

CAFEi2018- 130-185

Saranyapak Chamnan

Preparation and physicochemical characterization of nanocellulose from Kapuk fiber (Ceiba Pentandra)

Mechanical and barrier properties of tapioca starch films incorporated with different types and concentrations of plasticizing agents

Effect of packaging materials on fresh quality of Longan fumigated with medium concentration-ozone gas

 

 


Parallel Technical Session 2

Date: 8th November 2018 (1415 hrs – 1630 hrs)

Time

Drying Technology

Food and Agricultural Waste Management

Agricultural Mechanization and Automation

Venue:  Mesmera Ballroom 1& 2

Venue: Irama 5

Venue: Irama 6 & 7

Chairperson:

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Khalina Abdan

Chairperson:

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hasfalina Che Man

Chairperson:

Dr Muhammad Razif Mahadi

1415

CAFEi2018- 146-140

Rajesh Kondareddy

 

CAFEi2018- 118-107

Arnata, I W.

CAFEi2018- 122-130

Najidah Abdullah

Drying kinetics of black turmeric (Curcuma caesia) with optimal controller assisted low cost solar dryer

Utilization of sago frond as cellulose source

Preliminary investigation of moisture content of jackfruit using shortwave near infrared spectroscopy

1430

CAFEi2018- 166-159

Uzair Mohamad

 

CAFEi2018- 091-145

Pitchaya Suaisom

CAFEi2018- 123-117

Dauda Solomon Musa

Development of a retractable tray dryer for drying crops in solar PV farms

Optimization of hydrothermal conditioning conditions for Pennisetum purpureum x Pennisetum americanum (Napier PakChong1 grass) to produce the press fluid for biogas production

 

Physical and mechanical properties of Raphia palm kernel at varying different moisture contents

1445

CAFEi2018- 170-168

Jesse Lee Kar Ming

 

CAFEi2018- 190-179

Abba, M. U

CAFEi2018- 155-148

Mohd Salahuddin Mohd Basri

Effectiveness of additives in spray drying performance: a review

Effect of maltodextrin concentration and slurry temperature on pineapple powder by using ultrasonic spray dryer

 

Mechanical analysis of a wedge device in sawing technology

1500

CAFEi2018- 024-018

Haswani Maisarah Mustafa

 

CAFEi2018- 191-183

Shinta Elystia

CAFEi2018- 161-155

Gana I. M.

Effect of ethanol-water compositions extraction on antioxidant properties of two drying conditions of jackfruit leaves extract (Artocarpus heterophyllus var. Mastura)

 

Removal of COD and total nitrogen from palm oil mill efluent in flat-photobioreactor using immobilized microalga Chlorella sp.

An investigative study on effects of mechanical parameters of automated grain drinks processing machine on drink consistency

1515

CAFEi2018- 076-057

Roslan, J.

 

CAFEi2018- 159-152

Talib, Ahmad Tarmezee

CAFEi2018- 186-175

Ibrahim, N.U.A.

Assessment on flux reduction and protein rejection behavior in fractionating tilapia by-product protein hydrolysate by ultrafiltration membrane

 

Viscoelastic modelling of fresh and dry oil palm fibre

Dielectric spectroscopy of palm olein during batch deep frying and their relation with degradation parameters

1530

 

 

CAFEi2018- 037-029

Mazween Mohamad Mazlan

 

Postharvest Engineering &

Drying Technology

 

 

CAFEi2018- 199-197

Munirah Hayati Hamidon

CAFEi2018- 109-093

Nurul Asyikin Md Zaki

 

Effects of extrusion variables on corn-mango peel extrudates properties, torque and moisture loss

 

Microwave drying characteristics and quality of Ananas comosus peel and core

Lettuces growth performance in vertical hydroponic garden system

1545

CAFEi2018- 104-156

Syafiza Abd Hashib

 

CAFEi2018- 127-113

So'bah Ahmad

CAFEi2018- 049-037

Shitu, A

Effect of spray drying temperature and maltodextrin concentration towards physical properties and antioxidant activity in Josephine pineapple powder and peels

 

Influence of process variable on integrated power-temperature drying process for rambutan seed fat yield: A Case Study

Development and testing of soil moisture monitoring device

1600

CAFEi2018- 101-087

Elisha Munsu

 

CAFEi2018- 147-163

Muharfiza

CAFEi2018- 011-019

Amer N.N. Kakahy

Effect of the addition of seaweed Kappaphycus Alvarezii on the physicochemical properties of chicken sausage

 

The potential of fluorescence technology for monitoring Miyauchi Iyokan (C. iyo Hort. Ex Tanaka) during post-harvest treatment

The effect of different spreader rates and fertilizers types on grain yields of barley

1615

CAFEi2018- 104-090

Syafiza Abd Hashib

 

CAFEi2018- 152-146

M. S. Abubakar

CAFEi2018- 108-172

Tukur Daiyabu Abdulkadir

Effect of inlet temperature, maltodextrin additions and feed flow rate towards physical properties of pineapple powder

 

Determination of selected engineering properties of Moringa Oleifera seed

Performance evaluation of electronic seed metering system for vacuum seed planter

 

Parallel Technical Session 3

Date: 9th November 2018 (0945 hrs – 1045 hrs)

Time

Food Processing

Packaging Engineering

Precision Farming and AgriGIS

Venue:  Mesmera Ballroom 1& 2

Venue: Irama 5

Venue: Irama 6 & 7

Chairperson:

Assoc. Prof. Ir. Dr. Siti Mazlina Mustapa Kamal

Chairperson:

Assoc. Prof. Dr. –Ing Mohd Noriznan Mokhtar

Chairperson:

Prof. Dr. Abdul Rashid Mohamed Shariff

0945

INVITED SPEAKER

Associate Prof Dr Wakisaka Minato

 

CAFEi2018- 089-192

Ruzanna Ahmad Shapi'i

CAFEi2018- 188-177

Renny Eka Putri

Stimulation of growth and metabolite accumulation of various microalgae

Mechanical properties of cassava starch-based film incorporated with bulk chitosan and chitosan nanoparticle: A comparative study

 

Rice yield prediction model with respect to crop healthiness and soil fertility

1000

CAFEi2018- 087-071

Narathip Sujinda

 

CAFEi2018- 003-195

Intan S. M. A. Tawakkal

CAFEi2018- 106-091

Khaled M. Darwish

Variations of temperature during microwave freeze drying of carrot slices

 

Characterization of jackfruit straw-based films: Effect of starch and plasticizer contents

Geospatial multi-criteria assessment and distribution analysis for farming management in Western Desert, Egypt

1015

CAFEi2018- 114-103

Mai, T. T. N.

 

CAFEi2018- 121-116

Norhazirah Nordin

CAFEi2018- 158-150

Ezrin Mohd Husin

Modification and application of quality index method scheme for Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) fillets in organoleptically quality assessment of the product stored at low temperatures

 

Mechanical and thermal properties of starch films reinforced with microcellulose fibres

Relationship between soil apparent electrical conductivity with nitrogen and CEC in oil palm plantation

1030

CAFEi2018- 064-047

Mohamad, A.

 

CAFEi2018- 126-110

Pui Liew Phing

CAFEi2018- 183-193

Abd. Kharim, M. N

Effect of Pulsed Electric Field (PEF) on physicochemical properties of goat milk

Physical and mechanical analysis of chitosan film incorporated with asam keping (Garcinia atroviridis)

 

Effect of variable rate application using inorganic foliar fertilization on paddy leaf chlorosis and yield performance

 

Parallel Technical Session 4

Date: 9th November 2018 ( 1045 hrs – 1230 hrs)

Time

Food Processing

Packaging Engineering & Food Security and Safety

Drying Technology and Food Processing

Venue:  Mesmera Ballroom 1& 2

Venue: Irama 5

Venue: Irama 6 & 7

Chairperson:

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Norhashila Hashim

Chairperson:

Assoc. Prof. Ir. Dr. Yus Aniza Yusof

Chairperson:

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Siti Khairunniza Bejo

1045

CAFEi2018- 019-013

Nur Azuan Husin

 

CAFEi2018- 057-036

M.D Belel

CAFEi2018- 247-222

Sriyana Abdullah

Study of inter-frond distance in oil palm tree on the incidence of Ganoderma using phase-shift scanner

 

Influence of crop planting ratio on the yield and quality of combined forage of corn-bambara nut grown under the tropical humid climate

Drying characteristics of fish cracker under different drying techniques

1100

CAFEi2018- 193-188

Mohd Hamim Abdul Aziz

 

CAFEi2018- 048-043

A.R. de Silva

CAFEi2018- 094-120

S.T Olorunsogo

Evaluation of soil resistivity in relation to basal stem rot incidence using soil moisture sensor.

Impact of Gamma irradiation on physical parameters, microbial safety and the total poly phenolic content of commercially available Ceylon black tea (Camellia sinensis L.)

 

Sensory evaluation of instant noodles produced from blends of sweet potato, soybean and maize flour

1115

 

 

CAFEi2018- 082-085

Nur Marahaini, M. N.

 

 

 

CAFEi2018- 079-063

Nurul Izzah Khalid

Process Modelling and Simulation

 

CAFEi2018- 036-028

Umar Etsu Shehu

Data structure development by data linkages across multi-disciplines in agricultural, food and research value chain " from seeds to food product”

 

Electrolyzed water as a green cleaner: chemical and physical characterization at different electrolysing parameters

Simulation of heat penetration and distribution in palm fruitlets during sterilization process

1130

CAFEi2018- 097-082

Yusuf, A

 

CAFEi2018- 083-068

Johnny Andrew

CAFEi2018- 237-220

Mohamad Firdza Mohamad Shukery

Assesment of variability pattern of color and fruit traits in Harumanis mango (Mangifera Indica L.) of diverse Perlis geographical origin

 

Managing low level presence of genetically modified crops from Malaysia’s perspective

Towards developing an oil palm eco-industrial town – optimal planning through multi-period optimization model

1145

CAFEi2018- 115-105

Ali, M. A.

 

CAFEi2018- 099-084

Nazatul Shima Azmi

CAFEi2018- 078-060

Outi Mäyrä

Effect of different drying treatments on concentration of curcumin in raw Curcuma longa L.

 

Characterization of tapioca starch/polyaniline as antioxidant biocomposites film

Data based modelling and feature generation as a tool for a plant disease forecasting

1200

 

CAFEi2018- 214-223

Nurfatimah Mohd Thani

 

 

 

CAFEi2018- 098-083

Nur Shafira Nisa Shaharum

Effect of enzyme concentrations on total reducing sugar from croissants and doughnuts leftovers via enzymatic hydrolysis

 

 

Mapping of the distribution of oil palm using Landsat 8 data by comparing machine learning and non-machine learning algorithms

 


Parallel Technical Session 5

Date: 9th November 2018 (1430 hrs – 1630 hrs)

Time

Food Processing

Farm Management Information System &

Precision Horticulture

Process Modelling and Simulation

Venue:  Mesmera Ballroom 1& 2

Venue: Irama 5

Venue: Irama 6 & 7

Chairperson:

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Rosnah Shamsudin

Chairperson:

Prof. Ir. Dr. Azmi Dato’ Yahya

Chairperson:

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Samsuzana Abd Aziz

1430

CAFEi2018- 062-045

Nur Farhana Abd Rahman

 

CAFEi2018- 061-044

Abaji, Akumave

CAFEi2018- 187-174

Lee C. H.

Effect of drying temperature on Malaysia pomelo (Citrus grandis (L.) Osbeck) pomace residue under vacuum condition

 

The value of Tiv indigenous knowledge in climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies in Nigeria

Simulation study for the compressed BMC materials of Kenaf/Coir reinforced unsaturated polyester: flow behaviour and the effects of charges shapes studies

 

1445

CAFEi2018- 085-070

Mohammad Fikry

 

CAFEi2018- 088-104

Dan Jeric Arcega Rustia

CAFEi2018- 149-141

Daniel Onwude

Moisture transfer kinetics during roasting of Palm Date seeds

Stochastic models for greenhouse whitefly emergence behaviour based on wireless image monitoring system measurements

 

Backscattering imaging potential for validating couple heat and mass models for the hot-air drying of Sweet Potato


1500

 

 

CAFEi2018- 053-062

Nur Izzati Md Saleh

 

 

 

CAFEi2018- 156-149

Martins Gaji Bunu

Soil and Water Engineering &

Aquaculture Engineering

CAFEi2018- 096-081

N. M. Nasidi

Optimization of enzymatic hydrolysis for the production of antioxidative peptide from Nannochloropsis Gaditana using Response Surface Methodology

 

Socio economic factors influencing the attitude toward safety practices of agrochemical use among arable crop farmers in Mubi Agricultural Zone, Adamawa State, Nigeria

Reclamation of irrigated Sodic Soil using millet chaff as an amendment

1515

CAFEi2018- 041-033

Hasbullah Hassan Basri

CAFEi2018- 055-042

Gyata, Benjamin Aondofa

CAFEi2018- 137-134

Nova Anika

Green-Synthesised Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles (ZnO NPs) using pineapple peel waste for production of Anti-Bacterial And Anti-Fungal Starch-ZnO NPs Films

 

Comparative assessment of adoption determinants of electronic wallet system by rice farmers in Benue and Taraba States, Nigeria

River flow modeling using Artificial Neural Networks: A case study in the Sumani watershed, Indonesia

1530

 

CAFEi2018- 069-052

Nur Amira Mohd Supian

 

Food and Agricultural Waste Management

 

CAFEi2018- 103-135

Nur Qursyna Boll Kassim

CAFEi2018- 028-023

Abdulsalam, M.

Effect of gaseous ozone processing on color degradation of cold pressed mango (Mangifera Indica L.) juice

 

Microwave irradiated coconut shell-activated carbon for decolourisation of Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME)

Quantification of Soil N, P and K balance in Peat Soils: Influence of fluctuating water table

1545

 

CAFEi2018- 138-129

Heiza

 

Agricultural Processing

Plant and Animal Environment

CAFEi2018- 153-147

S. K. Shittu

CAFEi2018- 264-232

Siti Nur Fatimah Othman

Surfactant-assisted aqueous extraction of passion fruit seed oil

Development of a statistical model for solvent oil extraction from soybean (Glycine max (L.))

Effect of different nitrogen fertilization on cabbage (Brassica Oleracea) and development of Diamondback Moth (Plutella Xylostella)

 

1600

CAFEi2018- 046-170

Bernard Maringgal

 

CAFEi2018- 116-106

Farahana Nabilah

Agricultural Mechanization and Automation

CAFEi2018- 197-214

Nazmi Mat Nawi

Phytochemical composition and antioxidant activity of Malaysian stingless bee honey (Kelulut Honey)

 

Physical and mechanical properties of unripe Nipah Banana Fruit for the development of banana peeling machine

Comparison of field performances between mini and large combine harvesters for rice harvesting in Malaysia

1615

CAFEi2018- 194-186

Amanina Amani Kamarul Zaman

 

CAFEi2018- 239-221

Mohd Nazli Naim

 

UV-C dosage effect on microbial disinfection of pineapple-mango juice blend using Dean-vortex technology

Electrophoretic mobility of nano-emulsified cinnamon oil in sodium dodecyl sulphate- polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE) system

 

 

 

List of Poster Presenter

No

Full Author

Paper ID

Presenter

Paper Title

1.

Shamshiri, R. R., Hasfalina, C. M., Ahmad, D.,  Khairunniza-Bejo,S., and Weltzien, C.

CAFEi2018- 014-007

 

Redmond Ramin Shamshiri

Evaluation of Naturally Ventilated Screenhouse and Evaporative Cooled Greenhouse based on Comfort Ratio of Microclimate Parameters

2.

Hasfalina, C. M., Nazri, E., and Zawawi, M. A. M

CAFEi2018: 034-026

Nazri Ebrahim

Simulation and Prediction of Groundwater Contaminants from Cattle Farm by Visual MODFLOW.

3.

Talib, R. A., Mazlan, M. M., Ahmadi, T., Taip, F.S., Chin N.L., and Sulaiman, R.

CAFEi2018: 038-032

Rosnita A. Talib

Specific Mechanical Energy Consumption during Extrusion Cooking of Corn-Mango Peel Blends

4.

Sulaiman, S., Sahat, N. S., Naim, M. N., Baharuddin, A. S., Salleh, M. A. M., Mokhtar, M. N.

CAFEi2018: 059-038

Nur Shakira Sahat

Chemical-Physical Treatment For Production of Cellulose Nanofiber from Kenaf Bast Fiber.

5.

Mohamad, A., Shah, N.N.A.K., Sulaiman, A. and Noranizan, M. A.

CAFEi2018: 067-049

Azizah Mohamad

Effect of Pulsed Electric Field (PEF) on physicochemical properties of goat milk.

6.

Rashid, N.Y.A., Jamaluddin, A., Ghani, A. A., Razak, D. L. A., Jonit, J., Mansor, A., Manan, M.A.

CAFEi2018: 071-061

Nur Yuhasliza Abd Rashid

Quantification of metabolite changes by Aspergillus Oryzae on rice bran fermentation.

7.

Makinde, O. J., Maidala, A., Sikiru, A.B., and Ajibade, A.J.

CAFEi2018: 073-055

John Makinde

Converting agro Industrial wastes into feed ingredient for growing rabbits (Oryctolagus cunniculus) in Northern Nigeria.

8.

Yap, C. A., and Jarroop, Z.

CAFEi2018: 081-072

Yap Chin Ann

Residue levels and dissipation behaviors of chlorpyrifos on black pepper berries and soil.

9.

Zuwariah, I., Noor Fadilah, M.B.,  Hadijah, H., and Rodhiah,R.

CAFEi2018: 100-086

Zuwariah Ishak

Comparison of amino acid and chemical composition of jackfruit seed flour treatment.

10.

Zuwariah, I., Hadijah,H., and Rodhiah,R.

CAFEi2018: 100-101

Zuwariah Ishak

Evaluation of Proximate and Amino Acid Composition of High Protein Biscuit From Jackfruit Seed Flour.

11.

Sapoan, M., Iskandar, A, Sugiarto, Sunarti, T.C., and Fahma, F.

CAFEi2018: 107-125

Muhamad Sapoan

Antimicrobial Sachet Based Cellulose-Alginate Nanocomposite.

12.

Aziz, S. A., Puat, N. H. A., Mohamed, K. A., Zulkepli, S. A., Masdek, E. M and Hussin, N.

CAFEi2018: 128-112

Nurul Hidayah Ahmad Puat

Development of Enzyme-Based Biosensor Probe for Detection of Zineb Residues In Vegetables.

13.

Firmanda, A., Purwoko, and Fahma, F.

CAFEi2018: 133-121

Afrinal Firmanda

Microbial Celullose  as a Medium of Topical Drug Delivery System in Primary Wound Dressings.

14.

Tanoto, W., Mangunwidjaja, D., and Fahma, F.

CAFEi2018: 135-124

Wirianto Tanoto

Antimicrobial Activities of Lignin Nanoparticles from Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunches (OPEFBs).

15.

Syahputra, R. and Fahma, F.

CAFEi2018: 136-126

Ryandanil Syahputra

Isolation and Characterization of Lignin Nanoparticles From Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunches (OPEFBs).

16.

Jusoh, S. S. N., and Harith, H. H.,

CAFEi2018: 139-128

Siti Sarah Nabila Jusoh

Physical Motion Tracking of Manual Oil Palm Harvesting Using Wireless Tracker.

17.

Husaini, H., Nor, M. Z. M. and Shamsudin, R.

CAFEi2018: 140-132

Mohd Zuhair Mohd Nor

Adoption of Sausage Technology to Convert Banana-Based Traditional Dessert to A Ready-To-Eat Food.

18.

Wan Mohd Fariz, W. A., Rosnah, S., Azman, H., Mohd Shahrir, A., Saiful Azwan. A., Asnawi, S., H., and Zainun, M. S.

CAFEi2018: 148-180

Wan Mohd Fariz Wan Azman

Effect of Different Grater Position On The Size Of Grated Sago (Metroxylon spp.).

19.

Suhaime, N., Sairi, M., Abbas, Z., Mohamed Nafis, N. B., Othman, Z., Mhd Adnan, A. S. and Shamsulkamal, A. R.

CAFEi2018: 150-142

Masniza Sairi

The Comparison of Experimental and Simulated Reflection Coefficients for Determining The Moisture Content of Mango Cv. Chok Anan.

20.

Rosnah Shamsudin, Che Mohd Syafiq Che Ahmad, Mohd Zuhair Mohd Nor and Hasfalina Che Man

CAFEi2018: 175-212

Rosnah Shamsudin

Development of Multilayer Vertical Shelves @ VERSMAP To Increase The Production Rate of Azolla Pinnata.

21.

Nurain Syafika Radzali, Nur'Ain Mohd. Jaafar, Mohd Shamsul Anuar, and Suraya Mohd Tahir

CAFEi2018: 175-213

Mohd Shamsul Anuar

Compaction, Mechanical Strength and Disintegration of Palm Oil Empty Fruit Bunch (EFB) Carboxymethyl Cellulose (CMC) Tablets.

22.

Hafid, H.S., Jie, C.C., Baharuddin, A.S., Mohammed, M.A.P, Sulaiman, A., Wakisaka, M., Mokhtar, M. N.

CAFEi2018: 176

Halimatun Saadiah Hafid

Residual Oil Recovery from POME And EFB at Palm Oil Mill

23.

Mohd Dom, Z. Mohd Abd Kader, K.A. and Kadir Basha, R.

CAFEi2018: 179-189

Zanariah Mohd Dom

An Intensified Esterification Process of Palm Oil Fatty Acid Distillate Catalyzed By Delipidated Mesocarp Lipase.

24.

Md Saleh, R. Kumar, A., Hensel, O. and Sturm, B.

CAFEi2018: 181-171

Rosalizan Md Saleh

Mathematical Modelling of Thin Layer Drying of Carrot.

25.

Ifmalinda, Renny Eka Putri

CAFEi2018: 184-173

 

Ifmalinda

 

Identification of Luwak Coffee Volatile Coumpound With Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS) Method

26.

Abdul Ghani, N. H., Yu, W., Bingol, G., and Young, B.

CAFEi2018: 195-187

Nur Hamizah Abdul Ghani

The Formation of Alkylpyrazines in Roasted Coffee at Different Roasting Speed.

27.

Etti, C. J., Yusof, Y. A., Chang, L. S., and Ekanem, V. G.

CAFEi2018: 200

Yus Aniza Yusof

Flowability and Nutritional Properties of Wheat-Unripe Plantain Composite Flour.

28.

Nor Salasiah, M. and Jirarat, T.

CAFEi2018: 202-196

Nor Salasiah Mohamed

Effect of Food Additives Treatment on The Quality of White Shrimp (Litopenaeus Vannamei).

29.

Mohd, M. F., Harith, H. H

CAFEi2018: 230

Hazreen Haizi Harith

An Investigation of The Feasibility of Using an Exoskeleton in Oil Palm Harvesting Activity

30.

Roseliza K.B., Muhammad Affifuddin M. S., Siti Hajar, O. and  Faridah, S.

CAFEi2018: 255-227

Roseliza Kadir Basha

Mechanical Properties of Bio-Based Film From Tilapia Scale Gelatin.

31.

Cieh, N.L., Mokhtar, M.N., Baharuddin, A.S. and Mohammed, M.A.P.

CAFEi2018: 263-233

Ng Lin Cieh

Development of Novel Lipase Immobilization System For The Production Of Monoacylglycerol (MAG) From Biomass Residual Oil.

32.

Sulaiman, S., Mokhtar, M. N., Naim, M. N., Baharuddin, A. S. and Salleh, M. A. M.

CAFEi2018: 269

Safwan Sulaiman

Dynamic Mathematical Modelling of Foulant Layer in Enzymatic Membrane Reactor System

33.

Mokhtar, M. N.

CAFEi2018: 058

Mohd Noriznan Mokhtar

Dynamic Mathematical Modelling and Simulation of Militube Sterilization Process

 

 

 

 

 

Last update: 23 October 2018