Dr. Jeyan Arthur Moses



Dr. Jeyan Arthur Moses

Assistant Professor


Specialization : Food Process Engineering

Dr. Jeyan Arthur Moses completed his B.Tech. and M.Tech. from Karunya University, Coimbatore. For his outstanding academic performance in both degrees, he was awarded Gold Medal and received Best Outgoing Student Award and Food Processing Award. He completed his Ph.D. from NIFTEM-Thanjavur (formerly Indian Institute of Food Processing Technology). His research work focused on the simulation and validation of three-dimensional airflow pressure patterns in grain beds, which he carried out at the Canadian Wheat Board Centre for Grain Storage Research, University of Manitoba, Canada.

He has received International Union of Food Science and Technology (IUFoST) Young Scientist Award, National Academy of Sciences India (NASI) Young Scientist Platinum Jubilee Award, Association of Food Scientists & Technologists India (AFSTI) Young Scientist Award, Society of Chemical Industry (SCI) - UK Seligman APV Bursary, Dr. V. Subrahmanyan Best Scientist Award, iCFP Young Scientist Award (Bangkok), Science & Engineering Research Board (SERB) Early Career Research Award, TN State Council for Science and Technology’ Travel Grant for Young Scientists and Grant for Dissemination of Innovative Technology, AFSTI Dr. K.R. Bhattacharya Memorial Travel Grant and SERB-ITS Grant.

He has also received Best Paper and Model Awards in various technical platforms, including being the co-recipient of the prestigious American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) Superior Paper Award, Indian Society of Agricultural Engineers (ISAE)-JAE Best Paper Award, IEEE Best Paper Award, IUFoST Selected Poster Award, Nestlé Poster Award and ICFoST Best Poster Award.

His research focuses on 3D printing of foods, nutraceutical delivery systems, food nanotechnology and computational modeling of food processing systems. He serves as editorial board member and reviewer for reputed journals, and has authored over 260 publications.

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