Professor Dimitris Charalampopoulos
Last updated: 07 July 2022
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Professor Dimitris Charalampopoulos is a Professor of Food Biotechnology at the University of Reading. His research interests include microbial fermentation to produce platform and speciality chemicals, the development of functional food ingredients including bioactive oligosaccharides and probiotic bacterial cultures, as well as the valorisation of food waste and by-products focusing primarily on fibre and protein components.
He has published more than 85 papers on food bioprocessing, functional foods and waste valorisation and has been involved in several multi-partner research programmes. He was the Director of the BBSRC Network FoodWasteNet (2014-2019), and is currently Co-Director of the BBSRC Biomass Biorefinery Network (BBNet) and Senior Editor of the journal Food Chemistry
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Senior editor for the Food Chemistry journal