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Jibin He

T:
01642 384089
Job title:
Senior Lecturer in Food Science and Technology
E:
jibin.he@tees.ac.uk
School/department:
School of Science, Engineering & Design
 
 
Research:
Science, Engineering and Design research
 
 

About Jibin He

Jibin He

Jibin He
Senior Lecturer in Food Science and Technology, School of Science, Engineering & Design
T: 01642 384089
E: jibin.he@tees.ac.uk
Research: Science, Engineering and Design research

Dr. Jibin is a Senior Lecturer of Food Science and Technology in the School of Science and Engineering. Jibin initially joined Teesside University in 2013 as a Research Associate working on a flagship research project funded by Innovate UK (previously known as Technology Strategy Board). The project is aiming to reduce the use of oil and the rate of its degradation in the manufacture of fried ethnic snacks, crisps and ambient snacks through investigating key processes and ingredient variables which impact upon oil quality and ultimately product quality. This project has been very successful so far and is anticipated to have significant impact on relevant food industries across the UK.

Prior to his career at Teesside, Jibin completed his PhD in Plant Biology at Rothamsted Research (BBSRC), in cooperation with Oxford Brookes University and Campden BRI. The topic of his PhD research concerned the distribution of chemical composition within wheat grain in relation to their processing properties.

Jibin initially obtained his BSc in Food Science & Engineering from Harbin Commerce University, China, and earned his MSc in Food Science & Quality Assurance from University of Leeds.

Research interests

· Food Chemistry
· Raw Material and Agriculture
· Food processing
· Applied Food Technologies

Enterprise interests

Jibin is currently managing several research projects and consultancy projects collaborating with varies food manufactures and food technology companies.  He is passionate about transferring knowledge base into practical use such as develop new process or improve currently processing technologies.

In the news

  • Designing a brand new burger
    Darlington & Stockton Times, 03/03/2017
    Four food science students from Teesside University were selected to take part in ABP Food Group's burger design competition.


  • Teesside University students take part in burger design competition
    Northern Echo (web), 23/2/2017; Darlington & Stockton Times, 23/2/2017; Northern Echo, 24/2/2017
    Four food science students from Teesside University were selected to take part in ABP Food Group's burger design competition.