WP5

Brian Flynn, Creme Global

Brian Flynn is a Food Data Scientist at Creme Global and is the work package leader of WP5. Brian has a background in food science, food safety and dietary exposure, is a graduate of University College Dublin and spent a year at the European Food Safety Authority in the Food Ingredients and Packaging Unit.

Creme Global is a Dublin based company with expertise in scientific modelling, data analytics and computing. With over 10 years experience working with leaders in the food industry, research institutes and government organisations, Creme Global are committed to helping these organisations make better decisions on food safety issues with their data.

As part of the SAFFI project Creme Global will co-develop and deliver to stakeholders a decision-support system (DSS) tool. This tool will significantly enhance safety control all along the food chain by integrating the databases, procedures and methods and will be a framework for a generic DSS dedicated to other foods. Through various stages of the DSS design, from early data discovery to data gathering, validation and finally model and tool design – SAFFI project DSS tool will be built in close collaboration with experts across various work packages, in both EU and China.

Creme Global
4th Floor, The Design Tower
Trinity Technology & Enterprise Campus
Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2, Ireland
D02 P956

Contact
saffi@cremeglobal.com

News

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Food safety for infants

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Furan in food – EFSA confirms health concerns

  • 12 May 2020
  • Consumer exposure to furan and methylfurans in food could lead to possible long-term liver damage. T...

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 861917