Lotta Kuuliala

Lotta Kuuliala
Ghent University | UGhent · Department of Food Safety and Food Quality

Doctor of Philosophy

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Probabilistic topic modelling is frequently used in machine learning and statistical analysis for extracting latent information from complex datasets. Despite being closely associated with natural language processing and text mining, these methods possess several properties that make them particularly attractive in metabolomics applications where t...
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A classical problem in the field of food science concerns the consensus evaluation of food samples. Typically, several panelists are asked to provide scores describing the perceived quality of the samples, and subsequently, the overall (consensus) scores are determined. Unfortunately, gathering a large number of panelists is a challenging and very...
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The development of quality monitoring systems for perishable food products like seafood requires extensive data collection under specified packaging and storage conditions, followed by advanced data analysis and interpretation. Even though the benefits of using volatile organic compounds as food quality indices have been recognized, few studies hav...
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High resolution rotational Terahertz (THz) spectroscopy has been widely applied to the studies of numerous polar gas phase molecules, in particular volatile organic compounds (VOCs). During the storage of foodstuffs packed under a protective atmosphere, microbial activity will lead to the generation of a complex mixture of trace gases that could be...
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The problem of obtaining the consensus evaluation of food samples is commonly considered by researchers in food science. Typically, trained panellists provide scores describing the overall quality of the samples. However, due to the fact that trained panellists are limited in number and very expensive, it is common to recruit untrained panellists t...
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During fish spoilage, microbial metabolism leads to the production of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), characteristic off-odors and eventual consumer rejection. The aim of the present study was to contribute to the development of intelligent packaging technologies by identifying and quantifying VOCs that indicate spoilage of raw Atlantic cod (Gad...
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Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) characterize the spoilage of seafood packaged under modified atmospheres (MAs) and could thus be used for quality monitoring. However, the VOC profile typically contains numerous multicollinear compounds and depends on the product and storage conditions. Identification of potential spoilage indicators thus calls fo...
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In food technology, antimicrobial packaging materials could inhibit or limit the growth of spoilage bacteria and thus improve the shelf life of packaged products. The present study provides new insights into the preparation and antimicrobial characterization of silver-containing packaging materials and their efficacy against typical meat spoilage b...

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