Richfields WP9 Workshop on Dietary Assessment Food and Matching Tools


Date: Friday 8th April 2016 (09.00-17.00)
Location: Penta Hotel, Brussels City Centre (BE)

RICHFIELDS hosted a exploring workshop on how resources (e.g. food consumption and food composition databases) can be integrated and interoperability assured in the medium- and longer-terms.

EuroFIR members and representatives of industry, research, technology and funding particularly were welcomed.


Presentation: Introduction to Richfields: Research Infrastructure on Consumer Health and Food Intake using E-Science with Linked Data Sharing – Download presentation 
Paul Finglas (EuroFIR AISBL, BE)

Presentation: Connecting/Linking Food and Health Data to related RIs: Aims and Tasks (WP9) – Download presentation
Paul Finglas (IFR, UK) and Mark Roe (IFR,UK)

Presentation: EuroDISH approaches and results on food matching – Download presentation – Download presentation 
Barbara Korousic (JSI,SI)

Presentation: POS tagging probability weighted method for matching the Internet recipe ingredients with food composition data – Download presentation
Tome Eftimov (JSI,SI)

Presentation: New developments in food matching from Switzerland – Download presentation – Download presentation
Karl Presser (ETH, CH)

Presentation: Food matching approaches and developments using GloboDiet – Download presentation – Download presentation
Nadia Slimani (IARC, FR)

Presentation: Global needs for food matching tools as identified through the INDDEX project – Download presentation
Catherine Leclercq, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations on behalf of the INDDEX team

Presentation: DIET ASSES PLAN – DAP platform and tool as a Dietary Assessment Tool – Download presentation
Maria Glibetic & Mirjana Gurinovic (IRM, RS)

Presentation: Modelling and assessing population dietary intakes: methodologies and case studies – Download presentation
Sandrine Pigat (Crème Global, IE)

Presentations: Food matching experiences across other countries