Dr József Baranyi
- Mathematician, working on modelling microbial responses to food environments. Joined the Institute of Food Research in 1990.
- Leader of the Computational Microbiology Research Group
- Author or co-author of some 50 refereed research papers and edited chapters, with a total citation > 2500. The Baranyi model on bacterial growth is one of the most frequently quoted models in predictive food microbiology.
- Invited speaker and scientific committee member in numerous international conferences.
- Has been coordinating and participating in several projects funded by UK government, EU and industry. Invited expert on UK and EC projects and panels.
- Statistical advisor of Journal of Applied Microbiology 1996 - 2010
- Member of the Editorial Board of Applied and Environmental Microbiology since 1998
- Editor, BMC Microbial Informatics and Experimentation, since 2010
- Dynamic modelling of bacterial growth, survival and death.
- Modelling microbial complexity.
- Databases on microbial responses to the food environment - see ComBase
Le Marc Y, Skandamis PN, Belessi CIA, Merkouri, George SI, Gounadaki AS Schvartzman S, Jordan K, Drosinos EH and Baranyi J. (2010). Modeling the Effect of Abrupt Acid and Osmotic Shifts within the Growth Region and across Growth Boundaries on Adaptation and Growth of Listeria monocytogenes. Appl.Env.Microbiol 76. 99-2240.
Baranyi J., George, S. and Kutalik Z. (2009). Parameter estimation for the distribution of single cell lag times. J.Theor.Biol. 258.
Pin C. and Baranyi J. (2007). Kinetics of single cells: Observation and modeling of a stochastic process. Appl.Env.Microbiol. 72, 2163-2169.
McMeekin J., Baranyi J., Zwietering M., Ross T., Dalgard P., Bowman J. and Kirk M. (2006). Information systems in food safety management. Int. J. Food Microbiol. 112, 181–194
Kutalik, Z., Razaz, M. and Baranyi, J. (2005). Connection between stochastic and deterministic modelling of bacterial growth. J. Theor. Biol. 232 (2), 283-297.
Elfwing A., Le Marc Y., Baranyi J. and Ballagi A. (2004). Observing the growth and division of large number of individual bacteria using image analysis. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 70. 675-678
Baranyi J. and Tamplin M. (2003). ComBase: A Common Database on Microbial Responses to Food Environments. J. Food Prot. 67.1834-1840.
Baranyi J. and Pin C. (2001). A parallel study on modelling bacterial growth and survival curves. J.Theor.Biol. 210. 327-336.
Baranyi J., Pin C. and Ross T. (1999). Validating and comparing predictive models. Int.J. Food Microbiol. 48. 159-166.
Baranyi J. and Pin C. (1999). Estimating bacterial growth parameters by means of detection times. Appl. Env. Microbiol. 65. 732-736.
Baranyi J. (1998). Comparison of stochastic and deterministic concepts of bacterial lag. J.Theor.Biol. 192. 403-408.
Baranyi J. and Roberts T.A. (1995). Mathematics of predictive food microbiology. Int. J. Food Microbiol. 26. 199-218.
Baranyi J. and Roberts T.A. (1994). A dynamic approach to predicting bacterial growth in food. Int. J. Food Microbiol. 23, 277-294.
Baranyi J., Roberts T.A. and McClure P.J. (1993a). A non-autonomous differential equation to model bacterial growth. Food Microbiol. 10, 43-59.