2018 Citrus Engineering Conference June 7th

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Citrus Engineering Technical Chapter

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  • 2018 Citrus Engineering Conference June 7th

    4 reasons to reserve your place at the 60th Citrus Engineering Conference
    1. Networking with fellow Citrus Engineering professionals
    2. Hear the latest info on Citrus industry related research and issues
    3. You owe yourself a day away from the office after another tough year
    4. Conference prices go up soon and you don't want to pay $15 more by forgetting to register.
    See full agenda and registration details below:

    60th Biennial

    CITRUS ENGINEERING CONFERENCE

     

    June 7, 2018

     

    Ben Hill Griffin Jr. Citrus Hall

    Citrus Research and Education Center

    Lake Alfred, Florida

    8 am Registration to 3:30 PM Close of Symposium

     

     

    Sponsored by

    The American Society of Mechanical Engineers

    Processing Subdivision Technical Chapter&

    Florida Section

     

    PROGRAM

     

    Juice and By Product Processing

    Elizabeth Webb, Engineering Manager, Vincent Corporation

     

    Overview of the PSR for the Processing Industry

    Michelle Smith, Senior Policy Analyst, US FDA Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition

     

    Alternatives to Traditional Feed Mill & Recovery of By-Products from Citrus Peel Disposal 

    Jose Biot, Global Technical Manager of Citrus Processing, Liquid Foods, JBT Corporation

     

    Steam Explosion to extract Additional Fruit Value from Waste and Unfit Fruit

    Christina Dorado, Research Chemist, USDA-ARS

    Citrus & Other Subtropical Products

    US Horticultural Research Laboratory

     

    Impact of Curing HLB on Costs, Prices, and the Orange Juice Market  

    C Allen Morris, R.A. Morris Agribusiness Consulting, LLC

     

    The Future of the Florida Citrus Industry

     Panel Discussion with audience participation

     

    After 15 years of challenges including declining sales,

    hurricanes and HLB, where do we go from here?

     

     

    A catered lunch is included with your registration. 

    This Conference will also be available by webcast for those who may be challenged by time or travel

     

    REGISTRATION INFORMATION

    To register via the Web, visit our secure registration site at

    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2018-60th-biennial-citrus-engineering-conference-tickets-44823421059

      

    Advanced Registrations

    BeforeMay 12

    May 12 or later

    On site Attendee (includes USB stick of proceedings)

    $65

    $80

    ASME member (includes USB stick of proceedings)

    $55

    $80

    Student (includes USB stick of proceedings)

    $35

    $45

    Webcast only (no lunch, proceedings available on line only)

    $50

    $60

     

    PDHs will be awarded, with certificates provided for Professional Engineers attending the full day conference.  PDHs are awarded through the ASME Florida Section, a licensed provider of PDHs in Florida through affiliation with ASME New York.  Please note Florida Professional Engineers attending the Conference are responsible for retaining a copy of their PDH certificate for the FBPE.

     

    For more information please contact James Stana, Secretary, Citrus Engineering Conference Planning Committee, at CitrusEngineeringSym@gmail.com

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