- School of Agricultural Sciences,
- Department of Food Science and Technology,
- P.O. Box 32379,
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mobile: +26 -0979 700151
- Bachelors Degree in Food Science and Technology (University of Zambia, Zambia, 2004)
- Postgraduate Diploma in Food Technology (University of Leuven/Gent University, Belgium, 2005)
- MSc. Degree in Food Technology, major in Post harvest and Food Preservation Engineering (University of Leuven/Gent University, Belgium, 2006
- Vincent Nyau is a Lecturer in the Department of Food Science and Technology, School of Agricultural Sciences, University of Zambia from 2006 to date
- He has been involved in teaching students in the Department of Food Science and Technology and the Department of Community Medicine, Ridgeway Campus.
- He has Scientific and Technical Expertise in Food Processing (Fish and Fish Products, Cereals, pulses, milk and milk products, meat and meat products, poultry and poultry products, fermented food products, fruit and vegetables), Food Safety and Quality, and Plant Design (Food Processing plant)
- He participated as a principal investigator in a collaborative research project between Jassen Jassen, an American Pharmaceutical Company and the Post harvest laboratory at the University of Leuven in Belgium under the support of Prof. Jozef Coosemans (2005-2006). This was a project in Post harvest preservation of tropical and subtropical fruits, with an emphasis on the use of Imazalil, Pyrimethanil and Thiabendazole to control post harvest fungal diseases on pineapple fruits imported on the Belgian market
- He is a Standards Technical committee Member – A committee responsible for developing standards for peanut butter in Zambia (organized by the Zambia Bureau of Standards) – August 2007 to date
- He participated in producing a manual for Heifer Project International – Zambia training of trainers course in the Husbandry, Feeding, Milk Processing and Economics of Dairy Enterprise ( April 2008)
- He facilitated in Milk Processing Module for Heifer Project International – Zambia training of trainers course in the Husbandry, Feeding, Milk Processing and Economics of Dairy Enterprise (14th – 25th April, 2008)
His research thrust is in the area of preservation and processing of agricultural products to avoid post harvest losses.His main focus is coming up with simple, inexpensive food processing technologies that can easily and cheaply be accessed as well as coming with simple traditional storage structures for agricultural products. With regard to processing, the main topic of interest is the impact of the interaction between product properties and processing conditions on food quality, safety and functionality.