Markus Jungen

Markus Jungen got an engineering degree (Dipl-Ing.) after studies in food technology and biotechnology at the University of Bonn with focus on flavour chemistry and statistical design of experiments (DoE) at reaction kinetics modelling of D-limonene degradation and off-flavour formation.

Markus Jungen

Markus Jungen got an engineering degree (Dipl-Ing.) after studies in food technology and biotechnology at the University of Bonn with focus on flavour chemistry and statistical design of experiments (DoE) at reaction kinetics modelling of D-limonene degradation and off-flavour formation.

His professional experiences are composed by working in R&D and QA of wheat flour and bakery improvers and since November 2009 as Technical Manager IQCS (bottler control) and IRMA (semi-finished goods control) at SGF INTERNATIONAL E.V., Nieder-Olm, Germany.

In his current position, he is performing analytical evaluation of fruit juices’ authenticity throughout the supply chain from tree to bottle and he is involved in the organisation of plant inspections and audits world-wide in the framework of SGF’s voluntary control systems. Assessments regarding current legal frameworks at semi-finished goods and finished goods are his daily routine work.

In addition, he is driving further development in KDD (knowledge discovery in databases), in particular statistical modelling SGF’s Analytical Database and he is expert in questions of fruit juice authentication.

Markus Jungen is member of the German “DLG-Kommission für Fruchtgetränke und Erfrischungsgetränke”, member of German VdF’s “Unterausschuss Richtwerte und Schwankungsbreiten bestimmter Kenngrößen (RSK)” and member of the AIJN Code of Practice Expert Core Group.