Starch World Americas

13-14 Jun, 2017 - Foz do Iguaçu, BRAZIL

Mabu Interludium Iguassu Convention
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About our Event Speakers
We pride ourselves in presenting to you accomplished leaders, authors and advocates with strong track records of achievement and vision in a wide array of backgrounds, professional fields and life experiences. We believe you will benefit from their years of knowledge and experience and also from the latest thinking and innovative processes driving individuals and organizations forward.
Mr. Willian Oliveira

Financial Planning and Analytics Director for Cargill Food Ingredients and Bio-Industrials for Latin America, being responsible for the Corn Milling, Texturizing, Acidulants and Cocoa Product Lines.
More than 11 years of solid experience on Corn Milling, Texturizing and Acidulants Market, has developed most of his career in Cargill, being passed by many different areas, such as Production Management, Business Development, Strategic Marketing and Financial Planning.

Academy experience on Finances and Strategic Planning and Food Engineering.



Mr. Willian Oliveira, Business Intelligence Director
Cargill Brazil
Challenges of Corn Milling Market in Brazil: Players, Products and Applications
Day 1 [Tue 13, June], at 09:10 AM
Dr. Penny Patton

Penelope Patton is a Senior Research Fellow in Innovation and Commercial Development with Tate & Lyle, located in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, USA.  She has worked in product development for Tate & Lyle, formally A.E. Staley, for 30 years, in the areas of starch chemical and physical modification, characterizations, fermentation, purification, and process optimization, resulting in 14 patents and patent applications.  She has developed carbohydrate-based products for use in foods and beverages, pharmaceuticals, adhesives, coatings, industrial thickeners and binders, and most recently was a key contributor to the development of CLARIA® clean-label functional food starches.

 

Penelope has a PhD in Polymer Science and Engineering from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, with specialization in polymer physical chemistry.



Dr. Penny Patton, Senior Research Fellow, Texturants
Tate & Lyle Ingr Americas
Texture by Design – Development and Use of Texture Maps for Optimizing Textural Attributes of Starch-thickened Foods
Day 2 [Wed 14, June], at 10:05 AM

Dr. Hans Theodor Regier Janzen

Dr. Hans Theodor Regier graduated from Universidad Nacional de Asunción, Paraguay and his area of academic specialization was in Administration in the IAE Business School in Buenos Aires. He lead from 2008 the Codipsa Company with four plants. Codipsa is the biggest tapioca starch exporter in South América.



Dr. Hans Theodor Regier Janzen, Executive Director
CODIPSA
Starch Production, Opportunities and Export Potential for South America, Central America & Caribbean Markets
Day 1 [Tue 13, June], at 10:45 AM
Chairman’s Introduction
Day 1 [Tue 13, June], at 02:00 PM
Mr. Bras Borba

Mr. Borba works at Haver & Boecker for 13 years and has 8 years’ experience in packing, palletizing and automatic loading solutions in agroindustry markets such as South America and Europe, he also has a strong know how in process optimization and operational costs reduction. He has a Mechanical Engineering degree from Universidade São Francisco, Sales Management MBA from ESAMC, and currently is the sales coordinator in the Packing Division.



Mr. Bras Borba, Sales Coordinator
Haver & Boecker Latinoamericana Maquinas LTDA
New Automatic Solutions for Packing and Palletizing
Day 1 [Tue 13, June], at 04:05 PM
Dr. Thierry Tran

Dr. Thierry Tran is a Researcher in Food Technology with CIRAD (International Center for Agricultural Research and Development, France), and is currently based at CIAT (Centro Internacional para la Agricultura Tropical) in Cali (Colombia). He has 12 years of experience in Cassava processing technologies and in Quality of cassava-based products, including improving energy and water efficiency, process yield, utilization of by-products, and environmental impact assessments. During that time he has worked for 8 years at Kasetsart University (Bangkok, Thailand), contributing to research on large-scale cassava starch production. Since 2016 he leads the research activities on post-harvest quality, preservation and processing within the Cassava Program at CIAT. Dr. Thierry Tran completed a PhD in Food Science and Technology from the University of Nottingham (UK) in 2003.



Dr. Thierry Tran, Sr. Researcher in Food Technology
CIRAD (Centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développement)
Cassava Breeding and the Starch Sector: New opportunities and Challenges
Day 1 [Tue 13, June], at 11:45 AM
Development of Pneumatic (Flash) Dryers for Starch and Flours with Improved Energy Efficiency (including for Small-scale Operations)
Day 2 [Wed 14, June], at 11:05 AM
Mr. Simon Bentley

Simon has 18 years of experience analysing and understanding commodity markets. He is a director of Commoditia, an advisory business based in Singapore focussed on supporting investors in, and traders and processors of South East Asian commodities.



Mr. Simon Bentley, Managing Director
Commoditia Ltd
Mexico's Starches and Fructose Market Outlook
Day 1 [Tue 13, June], at 02:05 PM
Chairman’s Introduction
Day 2 [Wed 14, June], at 09:00 AM
Regional Trade in Starch and Sweeteners Consumption
Day 1 [Tue 13, June], at 09:40 AM
Ms. Cavell Francis-Rhiney

Dr Cavell Francis-Rhiney is the Local Raw Material Business Development Lead for Red Stripe a Heineken company in Kingston Jamaica. Her portfolio is specifically geared towards the delivery of a sustainable brand value engineering (BVE) agenda for Red Stripe’s existing brands using acceptable local substitutes. Cavell’s background is in the field of sustainable development with a focus on food security, climate change and supply chain development.



Ms. Cavell Francis-Rhiney, Local Raw Material Business Devt Mgr
Red Stripe (Part of Heineken Group)
Novel Approach of Using Cassava as Raw Material for Maltose Syrup Production in Jamaica’s Brewery Sector
Day 1 [Tue 13, June], at 02:35 PM
Dr. Mauricio Peñarrieta

Mauricio Peñarrieta obtained a PhD degree in Food Chemistry in Lund University Sweden in 2009. He is assistant Professor of the Chemical Institute of Universidad Mayor de San Andrés in La Paz Bolivia since 2011. Co-founder MD of Swebol Biotech, a Bolivian - Swedish Food Company working in the development of unique food products based in research 



Dr. Mauricio Peñarrieta, Co-founder
Swebol Biotech Bolivia (Part of Universidad mayor de San Andrés, UMSA)
Starches from Andean Food: Tubers, Quinoa and Cañahua (Chenopodium sp.)
Day 1 [Tue 13, June], at 03:35 PM
Dr. Sidney Netto Parentoni

Graduated in Agronomy (Federal University of Viçosa-1983), Master in Plant Breeding and Genetics (University of Minnesota-USA-1993), Ph.D in Plant Breeding and Genetics (ESALQ/USP 2007). Researcher in Plant Breeding and Genetics at Brazilian Agriculture Research Corporation (Embrapa) since 1989. Major research areas are: maize breeding and genetics, with emphasis on nutritional efficiency (phosphorus and nitrogen), abiotic stresses (drought, aluminum tolerance and acid soils). I have been responsible for the release of a number of maize hybrids and open pollinated varieties at Embrapa. Author/coauthor of more than a 100 scientific and technical papers. Head of Research and Development at Embrapa Maize and Sorghum from 2011 until present. 



Dr. Sidney Netto Parentoni, Associate Director of R&D (Maize & Sorghum Research Ctr)
EMBRAPA - Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa Agropecuária
Developments in Corn Production and Breeding in Brazil
Day 1 [Tue 13, June], at 11:15 AM
Dr. Alexsander Luis Moreto

Currently a researcher at the Agricultural Research and Rural Extension Company of Santa Catarina (EPAGRI), at the Experimental Station of Urussanga, Southern Region of Santa Catarina, where develops research work with genetic breeding of cassava. Agronomist graduated from the Federal University of Lavras in 2003. He holds a Masters and PhD in Genetics and Plant Breeding from the Federal University of Lavras, 2008.



Dr. Alexsander Luis Moreto, Researcher
Empresa de Pesquisa Agropecuária e Extensão Rural de Santa Catarina (Epagri)
Cassava Cultivation & Developments in the State of Santa Catarina: Current Situation & Opportunities
Day 2 [Wed 14, June], at 11:35 AM
Ms. Angelica Salado

Angélica Salado é é responsável pela condução de pesquisas de mercado e elaboração de conteúdo analítico sobre o desempenho e as tendências de consumo para Bebidas (alcoólicas e não alcoólicas) e Tabaco no Brasil. Ela é formada em Relações Internacionais com ênfase em Marketing e Negócios pela ESPM (Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing).  Angélica tem seis anos de experiência em pesquisa e inteligência de mercado.

 

Angélica Salado is responsible for conducting research and producing in-depth content for industries such as Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic Drinks, Soft Drinks and Tobacco. She has a bachelor’s degree in International Affairs from ESPM (Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing). Angélica has six years of experience in market intelligence.



Ms. Angelica Salado, Research Analyst
Euromonitor International
Global & Brazilian Markets Opportunities for ‘Healthy’ Food
Day 2 [Wed 14, June], at 09:05 AM
Dr. Eduardo da Costa Nunes

Researcher of the Agricultural Research and Rural Extension Company of Santa Catarina (EPAGRI), where he develops researches with cassava, in the areas of production systems and physical-chemical characterization (Metabolomics). Agronomist graduated from the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC). He holds a PhD in Biotechnology and Biosciences from the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC-2013)



Dr. Eduardo da Costa Nunes, Researcher
Empresa de Pesquisa Agropecuária e Extensão Rural de Santa Catarina (Epagri)

Day 2 [Wed 14, June], at 11:35 AM