Soojin Jun  , PhD
Professor, Department of Human Nutrition, Food and Animal SciencesCollege of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources – University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
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Emerging food processing and packaging technologies, Food nanotechnologies, and Biosensors.
- Lee, S.H., Yamada, K., and Jun. S. 2013. Ultraviolet Radiation Assisted with Ohmic Current for Microbial Inactivation in Apple Juice. Transactions of the ASABE 56(3): 1085-1091.
- Nguyen, L.T., Choi W., Lee, S.H., Jun, S. 2013. Exploring the Heating Patterns of Multiphase Foods in a Continuous Flow, Simultaneous Microwave and Ohmic Combination Heater. Journal of Food Engineering 116(1): 65-71.
- Lu, L. Chee, G., Yamada, K., and Jun, S. 2013. Electrochemical impedance spectroscopic technique with a functionalized microwire sensor for rapid detection of foodborne pathogens. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 42: 492-495.
- 2013, USDA/NIFA, AFRI, Novel Freezing Technique using Combined Pulsed Electric and Magnetic Fields to Maintain the Qualities of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
- 2009, USDA-AFRI, Development of Combined Continuous-Flow Microwave and Pulsed Ohmic Heating Technologies for Rapid and Uniform Heating of Multiphase Foods.
Current Graduate Students (Chair)
- Natthakan Rungraeng (PhD, MBBE home): Food nanotechnology
- Seung Hyun Lee (PhD, MBBE home): Food processing
- Jin Hong Mok (MS, HNFAS home): Food freezing
- Kara Yamada (MS, HNFAS home): Biosensor
- Inae Lee (PhD, MBBE home): Food nanotechnology
- Tim Shafel (MS, HNFAS home): Food processing and chemistry