DR. KEVIN F. YATENCO
ABPROD Chair/Professor 2
Agricultural and Bio-Process Division, Institute of Agricultural Engineering, College of Engineering and Agro-Industrial Technology, University of the Philippines Los Baños, College, Laguna (Tel # +63 (049) 536-3291)
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
|2000||PhD Bioindustry||Tokyo University of Agriculture, Japan|
|1993||MS Agricultural Engineering||University of Illinois at Urbana, USA|
|1989||BS Agricultural Engineering||University of the Philippines Los Baños|
Handling, packaging, transport, and storage of fresh fruits and vegetables; Drying and processing of agricultural/biological materials; Near-infrared spectroscopy for nondestructive testing of food/agricultural materials
PUBLICATIONS: (Google Scholar Page)
Malilay IXR, Yaptenco KF, Elepaño AR, Casas EV.(2012) “Gas Transmission Rates of Unperforated and Perforated Polyethylene Films for Modified Atmosphere Packaging Applications,” Philippine Journal of Agricultural & Biosystems Engineering (in press).
Yaptenco KF, Lacao MAJ, Esguerra EB, Serrano EP. (2010)“Optimization and Pilot-Scale Testing of Modified Atmosphere Packaging of Irradiated Fresh ‘Carabao’ Mango (Mangiferaindica L.) Fruits,” Philippine Journal of Crop Science. Vol. 35, pp. 23-33.
Yaptenco KF, Kim JG, Lee HE. (2007). “Respiration Modeling of Cherry Tomato (cv. Coco) at Different Temperatures for Modified Atmosphere Packaging Applications,” Philippine Agricultural Scientist Vol. 90, pp. 272-282.
Yaptenco KF, Kim JG, Lee BS. (2007). “Gas Transmission Rates of Commercially-Available Polyethylene and Polypropylene Films for Modified Atmosphere Packaging,” Philippine Agricultural Scientist Vol. 90, pp. 22-27.
|Course Code||Course Title|
|ABE 151||Crop Processing II|
|ABE 157||Postharvest Engineering of Perishable Crops|
|AENG 37||Introduction to Biosystems Engineering|
|AENG 237||Process Control Theory|
Member, Gamma Sigma Delta Honor Society of Agriculture
Member, International Society for Southeast Asian Agricultural Scientists