Deepti Salvi

Assistant Professor, Food Engineering

Academic Degrees

Ph.D. (2008) Biological and Agricultural Engineering, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA

M.E. (2005) Food Engineering and Bioprocess Technology, Asian Institute of Technology, Pathumthani, Thailand

B. Tech (2003) Agricultural Engineering, Dr. B. S. Konkan Agriculture University, Dapoli, India

 

Research Interests

Food processing techniques such as cold atmospheric pressure plasma, high pressure processing, microwave processing, extrusion, ultraviolet processing to ensure food safety and quality

Investigation of the role of physical properties of food to control excessive caloric intake and enhance nutrient absorption in human gastrointestinal tract

Numerical modeling of transport phenomena in biological and food engineering

Current Projects

An Integrated Approach for Improving Growth and Quality of Sweet Basil Using Cold Plasma Activated Water and Mist (USDA NIFA Award # 2018-67018-28146)

 

 

Open Positions:

We are looking for motivated graduate students, undergraduates, visiting scholars/post-doctoral researchers who are passionate in conducting research in the area of food process engineering and food safety. If you are interested to join our team, please send me an email with your current CV.

See below current post-doctoral researcher opportunity in the lab: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/104936

 

Curriculum vitae

Food processing techniques such as cold atmospheric pressure plasma, high pressure processing, microwave processing, extrusion, ultraviolet processing to ensure food safety and quality

Investigation of the role of physical properties of food to control excessive caloric intake and enhance nutrient absorption in human gastrointestinal tract

Numerical modeling of transport phenomena in biological and food engineering