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COST

Domain Committee Food and Agriculture


COST Action FA0907

Start Date 07/06/2010
Yeast Flavour Production - New Biocatalysts and Novel Molecular Mechanisms Acronym: BIOFLAVOUR
MONITORING

PROGRESS REPORT
Reporting Period: from 1 May 2011 to 1 May 2012

This Report is presented to the relevant Domain Committee.

It contains three parts:
I. Management Report prepared by the COST Office/Grant Holder

II. Scientific Report prepared by the Chair of the Management Committee of the Action

III. Previous versions of the Scientific Report; i.e., part II of past reporting periods
The report is a “cumulative” report, i.e. it is updated annually and covers the entire period of the Action.
Confidentiality: the documents will be made available to the public via the COST Action web page except for chapter II.D. Self evaluation.
Based on the monitoring results, the COST Office will decide on the following year’s budget allocation.


Executive summary (max.250 words):

A special session was dedicated to BIOFLAVOUR in the XIII Weurman Flavour Research Symposium that was held 27-30th September 2011 in Zaragoza, Spain. The session was opened with a conference by Action Chair G.M. de Billerbeck presenting the BIOFLAVOUR Network. The scientific and technical activities of the BIOFLAVOUR Consortium were furthermore developed through lectures, short communications and poster presentations by COST Action experts.

A Training School entitled “Metabolite profiling approaches in microorganisms and higher plants” was organized jointly by COST Actions FA0907 (BIOFLAVOUR) and FA1006 (PlantEngine) from March 19th to 22nd 2012.

The 3rd edition of the scientific meeting entitled European Yeast Flavour Workshop organized by COST Action FA0907 BIOFLAVOUR will take place 20-22nd June 2012 in Vevey, Switzerland. The 4th MC and WG Meetings will be held at that occasion.



A first draft of the Bioflavour Strains Database (BSD) architecture was defined and the corresponding web interface is being conceived. A new version of the Action website will be opened in the next months.



I. Management Report prepared by the COST Office/Grant Holder
I.A. COST Action Fact Sheet



Action FA0907 Fact Sheet



Title

Yeast flavour production - New biocatalysts and novel molecular mechanisms (BIOFLAVOUR)



Contacts

MC Chair




Science Officer:




Administrative Officer:

Dr Gustavo M. DE BILLERBECK
Tel. +33(0)5 6155 9272
Fax. +33 (0)5 6155 9400
debiller@insa-toulouse.fr




Dr Ioanna STAVRIDOU
COST Office
ioanna.stavridou@cost.eu
0032498173151




Mr Christophe PEETERS
COST Office
christophe.peeters@cost.eu
+32 2 533 38 43



Details

Draft Mou:







Mou:

264/09

Start of Action:

07/06/2010




Entry into force:

20/01/2010

End of Action:

06/06/2014




CSO approval date:

02/12/2009



Objectives

The main objective of this Action is to mainstream and catalyze transnational research in the flavour area, through coordination of research activities in genomics, functional genomics, biodiversity, metabolic engineering, and bioprocessing engineering. The immediate scientific and technological benefit will be to build the foundation for the development of biotechnological and eco-efficient production of natural flavour compounds that will eliminate potential risks for consumer’s health and the environment. Flavours and Fragrances (F&F) are highly important quality components in food, beverages, cosmetics, detergents and pharmaceutical products. Nowadays, most F&F molecules are produced by chemical synthesis or by extraction from plants. The need for environmentally friendly processes and the consumer’s preference for natural products encourage research and development in the biotechnological production of F&F. This calls for a strong investment in capacity building through molecular, genetic and metabolic studies of the microbial flavour synthesis, which is at the moment relatively scarce. This COST Action will build a unique European Yeast Flavour Network addressing fundamental research in natural bioflavour production through an innovative systems biology approach.



Parties

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Date




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Date




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Date




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Date

Belgium

22/03/2010




Bulgaria

30/09/2010




Czech Republic

23/09/2010




Denmark

11/06/2010

Finland

12/07/2010




France

10/02/2010




Germany

20/01/2010




Greece

02/08/2010

Israel

20/06/2011




Italy

20/01/2010




Netherlands

12/07/2010




Poland

04/03/2010

Portugal

23/09/2010




Serbia

20/01/2010




Slovakia

02/03/2010




Slovenia

02/08/2010

Spain

20/01/2010




Sweden

30/11/2010




Switzerland

22/07/2010




Turkey

23/05/2011

United Kingdom

20/01/2010






















Total: 21


Intentions to accept the MoU

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Date




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Date




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Date




Country

Date

Total: 0



Participating Institutions from non-COST countries

Brazil

Federal University of Pernambuco



Working Groups

WG1: Biodiversity and High Throughput Screening

WG2: Functional Analysis of Flavour Pathways by a Systems Biology approach

WG3: Engineering Strategies of Flavour Pathways and Production

WG4: Development of Tailored Bioprocesses for Natural Flavours Bioproduction





Website

http://bioflavour.insa-toulouse.fr

I.B. Management Committee member list


Management Committee

Chair

Vice Chair

Dr Gustavo M. DE BILLERBECK
INSA Toulouse 135 Avenue de Rangueil 31077 Toulouse Cedex 04 France
debiller@insa-toulouse.fr

Prof. Marie-F. GORWA-GRAUSLUND
Lund University Applied Microbiology 22100 Lund Sweden
marie-francoise.gorwa@tmb.lth.se

Domain Committee Rapporteur

Prof. Peter RASPOR
DC Rapporteur of FA0907 FA
Food science and technology departmentBiotechnical FacultyUniversity of Ljubljana Jamnikarjeva 101 1000 Ljubljana Slovenia
peter.raspor@bf.uni-lj.si




Belgium

Dr Sofie SAERENS
MC Member
KULeuven Gaston Geenslaan 1 3001 Heverlee Belgium
sofie.saerens@biw.vib-kuleuven.be

Dr Philippe THONART
MC Member

p.thonart@ulg.ac.be



Bulgaria

Prof. Anna KUJUMDZIEVA
MC Member
Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski 8, Dragan Tsankov Str. 1164 Sofia Bulgaria
kujumdzieva@biofac.uni-sofia.bg

Prof. Angel ANGELOV
MC Member
Dept. Biotechnology, University of Food Technologies 26 Maritza Blvd. 4000 Plovdiv Bulgaria
angelov@uft-bio.com



Czech Republic

Prof. Ivo SAFARIK
MC Member
Institute of Nanobiology and Structural Biology of GCRC Na Sadkach 7 370 05 Ceske Budejovice Czech Republic
ivosaf@yahoo.com

Prof. Jana HAJSLOVA
MC Member
(not yet registered)
jana.hajslova@vscht.cz
PENDING



Denmark

Prof. Lene JESPERSEN
MC Member
University of Copenhagen Rolighedsvej 30 DK-1958 Frederiksberg C Denmark
lj@life.ku.dk





Finland

Dr Brian GIBSON
MC Member
VTT Tietotie 2 FI-02044 Espoo Finland
brian.gibson@vtt.fi

Dr Mari SANDELL
MC Member
University of Turku Functional Foods Forum, Department of Biochemistry and Food Chemistry 20014 Turku Finland
mari.sandell@utu.fi

Dr Anu VUORISTO
MC Substitute Member
(not yet registered)
anu.vuoristo@vtt.fi
PENDING





France

Dr Gustavo M. DE BILLERBECK
MC Member
INSA Toulouse 135 Avenue de Rangueil 31077 Toulouse Cedex 04 France
debiller@insa-toulouse.fr

Prof. Jean-Marie FRANCOIS
MC Member
INSA 135, Avenue de Rangueil 31 Toulouse France
fran_jm@insa-toulouse.fr

Dr Philippe BLANC
MC Substitute Member
INSA 135 avenue de Rangueil, INSA/LISBP 31077 Toulouse cedex 4 France
blanc@insa-toulouse.fr





Germany

Prof. Wilfried SCHWAB
MC Member
TUM Biomolecular Food Technology, Liesel-Beckmann-Str. 1 Freising Germany
schwab@wzw.tum.de

Dr Jens SCHRADER
MC Member
DECHEMA e.V. Karl-Winnacker-Institut, Biochemical Engineering, Theodor-Heuss-Allee 25 60486 Frankfurt/Main Germany
schrader@dechema.de

Prof. Matthias WUST
MC Substitute Member
University of Bonn Endenicher Allee 11-13 53115 Bonn Germany
matthias.wuest@uni-bonn.de

Dr Marlene ETSCHMANN
MC Substitute Member
DECHEMA e.V. Theodor-Heuss-Allee 25, Spenerstr. 60486 Frankfurt/Main Germany
etschmann@dechema.de



Greece

Dr Adamantini PARASKEVOPOULOU
MC Member
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki School of Chemistry, Laboratory of Food Chemistry and Technology, University Campus 54124 Thessaloniki Greece
adparask@chem.auth.gr

Dr Fani MANTZOURIDOU
MC Member
ARISTOTLE UNIVERSITY OF THESSALONIKI SCHOOL OF CHEMISTRY, LABORATORY OF FOOD CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGY , UNIVERSITY CAMPUS 54124 THESSALONIKI Greece
fmantz@chem.auth.gr



Israel

Dr Ayelet FISHMAN
MC Member
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Technion City 32000 Haifa Israel
afishman@tx.technion.ac.il





Italy

Prof. Patrizia ROMANO
MC Member
Universit degli Studi della Basilicata Via dellAteneo Lucano, 10 85100 Potenza Italy
patrizia.romano@unibas.it

Dr Angela CAPECE
MC Member
Universit degli Studi della Basilicata Viale dellAteneo Lucano, 10 Potenza Italy
angela.capece@unibas.it



Netherlands

Prof. Jack PRONK
MC Member
TU DELFT Julianalaan 67 2628 BC Delft Netherlands
J.T.Pronk@tudelft.nl

Dr Jean-Marc DARAN
MC Member
Delft University of Technology Department of Biotechnology, Julianalaan, 67 2628BC Delft Netherlands
j.g.daran@tudelft.nl



Poland

Dr Dorota KREGIEL
MC Member
Technical University Wolczanska 171 90-924 Lodz Poland
dkregiel@p.lodz.pl

Prof. Wojciech AMBROZIAK
MC Substitute Member
Government institutionHigh educationInstitute of Fermentation Technology and MicrobiologyTechnical University Wolczanska 171/173 90-924 Lodz Poland
ambro@p.lodz.pl



Portugal

Dr Arlete MENDES-FAIA
MC Member
Universidade de Trs-os-Montes e Alto Douro Quinta de Prados - Edifcio de Enologia 5001-801 Vila Real Portugal
afaia@utad.pt





Serbia

Prof. Viktor NEDOVIC
MC Member
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Agriculture Nemanjina 6 11081 Belgrade - Zemun Serbia
vnedovic@agrif.bg.ac.rs

Prof. Branko BUGARSKI
MC Member
Group of Biomedical EngineeringDept. of Chemical and Biochemical EngineeringFaculty of TechnologyUniversity of Belgrade Karnegijeva 4, Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 292 11000 Beograd Serbia
branko@tmf.bg.ac.rs


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