1. food safety in nowadays China 2. Raid detection technology 3. Innovation
Works at Beijing Customs. Graduated from Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics in 1993 with a master's degree in engineering. Engages in management about laboratory and instrument for many years. Since 2012, as one of the main participants, she has implemented the Verification and Comprehensive Evaluation for domestic instruments, improving the quality of domestic instruments.
Research on Verification and Comprehensive Evaluation for domestic instruments for improving the quality of the fast inspection instruments.
Food safety issues are the most concerned. Fast inspection instruments meet the demand of rapid food screening test with simple, fast, efficient and economical characteristics, and play an important role in food safety monitoring. However, due to the lack of testing standards, fast inspection instruments develop slowly. Instruments and methods are community. Research on Verification and Comprehensive Evaluation for domestic instruments establishes the testing standards, improves the quality of the instruments.
Qionglin LIANG, Ph.D
Tsinghua University | Tenured Associate Professor, Principal Investigator Chairman of Department of Chemistry
Prof. Dr. Liang got his Sc.B and Ph.D at Department of Chemistry, Tsinghua University successively in 2000 and 2005 respectively, then served as assistant professor here in 2005 and became associate professor in 2010 and now serves as tenured associate professor, Principal Investigator and the Chairman of Department of Chemistry, Tsinghua University. His interests focus on lab on a chip and mass spectrometry for biomedical or pharmaceutical analysis. Those research works are funding by several national major programs (MOST, 973, NSFC). He has published over 150 peer-reviewed papers with over 3000 citations and the H index is up to 30 from the Web of Science. He was co-authored five academic monographs and filed over 10 invention patents. He honored trice of the National Scientific and Technological Advance Prize and several other academic awards. He is a member of Youth Chemists Committee of Chinese Chemical Society (CCS), chairman of Youth Committee of Beijing Physical and Chemical Analysis and Testing Technology Society, vice chairman of Youth Committee of China Association for Instrumental Analysis (CAIA) and secretary-general of Chinese Biopharmaceutical Technology Association (CBTA).
Recent advance of lab-on-a-chip techniques for food safety fast testing
Beijing Normal University | Dr. Qu
Speaker: Qu Yonghua
Dr. Qu, associate professor of Remote Sensing Science and Application Institute in Beijing Normal University. He has been worked as a researcher on spectroscopy of visual and near infrared spectral analysis for about ten years. His featured paper about the hyperspectral response on the heavy metal stressed vegetation have been selected on several international academic conferences. He has established a quantitative model on the estimation of heavy metal content from hyperspectral data, which has been widely cited by the international peers.
Estimation of heavy metal content from hyperspectral data collected in the polluted mining area
A radiative transfer model, which can be used to estimate heavy metal content from hyperspectral data, has been proposed in this work. Currently, we take the copper polluted vegetation as the research subjects. In this case, the experiment on the copper pollution to the crop, vegetables and tabacum has been conducted in the indoor environment. Data collected in this experiment showed that there were apparent hyperspectral features of heavy metal stressed vegetation, and the absorbed features of copper ion were identified in our experiment.
Result showed that the proposed model can explain main factors that can affect the spectral features when there are internal structure changes caused by heavy metal stressing in the vegetation subject. The potential of this model is to estimate regional heavy metal pollution using remotely sensed hyperspectral data, which is more attractive for monitoring crop heathy in large spatial scale.
Beijing Zhiyunda Technology Co., Ltd | Engineer, Product Director.
Beijing Zhiyunda Technology Co., Ltd., Engineer, Product Director. Graduated from Tianjin University of Commerce in 2013. She has participated in projects such as the National Natural Science Foundation, the Tianjin Natural Science Foundation, and the Tianjin University of Commerce Youth Fund. Currently, Qianrui works at Beijing Zhiyunda Technology Co., Ltd. and has many years of experience in food safety and rapid testing. She has unique insights into the rapid detection of food safety, immunoassay technology, and rapid detection of product development.
Application of immunoassay technology in aquatic products industry
All aspects of aquatic product processing have risks of safety problems. To understand the risk factors affecting the quality and safety of aquatic products, it is necessary to analyze the main causes of aquatic product quality and safety issues. At the source, the irrational use of veterinary drugs, heavy metal pollution in the environment, and harmful substances generated by improper storage will fundamentally determine the safety of aquatic products. In the acquisition process, a slight oversight will cause inferior aquatic products or raw materials to enter the circulation market. In the process of processing aquatic products, if the quality control is not strict, there may be problems such as doping or illegal addition, and microbial contamination. In the process of storage and transportation, the control of the logistics conditions is not easy to cause microbial contamination. Finally, it is difficult to identify problem foods when products are distributed to consumers. These are the safety risks of aquatic products. Veterinary drug residue is one of the outstanding problems in the quality and safety of aquatic products. This paper introduces the rapid detection technology and development trend of veterinary drug residues in aquatic products. In the speech, the rapid detection technology for veterinary drug residues mainly includes three parts, namely, rapid sample pretreatment technology, analysis technology and detection technology.
Dr. Pan Ligang
Dr. Pan Ligang, born in January 1964, graduated from North West A&F University, and received the doctorate degree in Agriculture. He is of a Research Professorship and a member of the CPC. Now he is working for Beijing Research Center for Agricultural Standards and Testing (BRCAST) as the Director, the Deputy Director of the Laboratory (Beijing) of Quality and Safety Risk Assessment for Agro-Products, Ministry of Agriculture, the committee member of Agro-Products Quality and Safety Risk Assessment, the director-general and sectary general of Beijing Agro-Products Quality and Safety Society. Dr. Pan specializes in agro-medicine and agro-products quality and its safety.
In recent years, he presides in National High-tech R&D Program (863 Program), National Key Technology R&D Program, the Special Program from the Ministry of Agriculture, National Standards Establishment and Beijing Municipal Key Technology R&D Program etC;
Note-speech: the application of bio-sensing technologies in food safety testing
in recent years, bio-sensors technology is developed in rapid steps, and its application has been found in wide range like blood glucose and cervical cancer screening etC. In food safety, its development prospect is expected positively, even though right now it is just starting. The speaker and his research group are dedicated to the study of electrochemical biosensors and micro-chip, and has gained some progress.