Conference Themes 

For its 2023 edition, Green Food Tech will present several conferences on the following topics: 

  • Food losses and waste reduction
  • Processing of emergent foods and food ingredients
  • Multicriteria sustainability assessment
  • Advancements in green food technologies
  • Involvement of stakeholders to integrate new technologies in food value chains
  • Resilience of modern food system
GastronomiQc Lab's International Rendez-vous - Sustainable food in gastronomy


Some confirmed speakers

Geneviève Gésan-Guiziou, Ph. D.

INRAE Rennes, France
Keynote Speaker

How to encourage putting technological innovations for food producers and food SMEs into practice: The experience of the EU-FAIRCHAIN project

Geneviève Gésan-Guiziou is a senior scientist in Process Engineering and leader of the Membrane Processing group in UMR STLO, Science and Technology of Milk and Eggs, INRAE in Rennes, France. She is also the coordinator of the H2020 FAIRCHAIN project (

Her research focuses on milk concentration and drying operations. She is also much involved in research on the environmental impact of processes. In addition to the use of life cycle analyses, she develops multi-objective optimization techniques to take into account economic, technical and environmental aspects at the same scale.

Rob Vos, Ph. D.

International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), USA
Keynote Speaker

Food System Challenges – Solutions for a Sustainable Future

Rob Vos is Director of the Markets, Trade, and Institutions Division (MTID) at the International Food Policy Research Institute since September 2017. He is also coordinator of the Food Security Portal. Previously, he was, among other things, Director of Agricultural Development Economics at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO. He has also served as FAO’s director for social protection, rural employment, and gender equality and as coordinator of FAO’s strategic program for rural poverty reduction. Rob holds honorary professorships at the International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University, The Netherlands, and at FLACSO, Ecuador. He has published widely on sustainable development issues, including food security, climate change, trade policy, inequality and poverty, financing for development, poverty and social policy analysis, and macroeconomic and general equilibrium modeling for development policy.