Yulie Meneses

Research Area:
Areas of interest include the development of conservation strategies that will allow the effective use of water and energy;  application of water reconditioning systems (including membranes filtration and biological treatment of waste water) that will allow water reuse in different food processing activities without compromising food safety of products.

Five Selected Publications:

  • Meneses Y., Stratton J, and R. Flores. 2017. Water reconditioning and reuse in the food industry: Current situation and challenges. Trends in Food Science & Technology. 61: 72–79.
  • Meneses Y., R. Flores. 2016. Feasibility, safety, and economic implications of whey-recovered water in cleaning-in-place systems: A case study on water conservation for the dairy industry. Journal of Dairy Science. 99 (5): 3396–3407
  • Meneses Y., Cannon K., R. Flores. 2014. Keys to Understanding and Addressing Consumer Perceptions and Concerns about Processed Foods. Cereal Foods World. 59 (3): 141-146.
Yulie Meneses
Research Assistant Professor
Water for Food Processing Specialist

Education:
B.S.  Agroindustrial Engineering, Zamorano University, Honduras.


M.S  Food Science and Technology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Focused on food safety


Ph.D.  Food Science and Technology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Focused on water conservation strategies for the food industry

Contact Information:
259 Food Innovation Center
Lincoln, NE 68588-6205
402 472 2182
yuliemeneses@unl.edu

Water for Food Institute