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University of Illinois Packaging Program

 

The internationally recognized UIUC Packaging Program was founded in 1992 to bring University of Illinois students in engineering and the sciences into the field of packaging.

Our unique approach provides students in all levels of degree programs with the knowledge and scope necessary to integrate advanced theoretical concepts and applied skills into packaging and its related disciplines.

Additionally, research conducted in conjunction with the University of Illinois' massive research facilities continues to expand and implement advanced technical concepts for use by the packaging industry.

 


 

  New Textbook Announced!


Sections on:

  • Materials and Package Production
  • Food Processing
  • Degradation Reactions
  • Shelf Life and Estimation Techniques
  • Engineering Principles
  • Transportation and Dynamics
  • Inventory Management and Economics
  • Materials Properties
  • Problem Solving Methodology
  • Optimization and Advanced Tools
  • Future Developments

Scott A. Morris “Food and Package Engineering”  Wiley & Sons. 

Publisher's link:   ISBN: 978-0-8138-1479-7

Available from Amazon.com

 

 


Scott A. Morris, Ph.D.  

Scott A. Morris  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  1304 West Pennsylvania Ave. #382-M
  Urbana, IL 61801 USA
  (217) 333-9330
  (217) 333-9329 Fax

  smorris@illinois.edu