The researchers at CASS work closely with the Australian government and food industry to help guide policy and marketing. We also promote sensory and flavour science research both within Australia and internationally.
Research within CASS currently spans across a number of sensory and food topics.
- Sensory panels
- Cross-cultural consumers
- Children as consumers
- Salt and sugar
- Food choice and behaviours
- Non-traditional tastes (fat and carbohydrates)
- Satiety (feeling of fullness)
- Flavour analysis
- Consumer product insight
It is really good to see that the Asian Pacific region now has a substantial research centre that aims to provide the best innovative consumer and sensory science which meets industry and academic needs.
Join our research team
To become a CASS research student, you need to have a clear vision of what you want to investigate and which academic staff member you wish to study with.
We welcome specific enquiries by all prospective Honours, PhD and postdoctoral students to CASS staff.
Once you know what you want to do, discuss your proposal with a potential supervisor at CASS.
Are you a current Deakin undergraduate student interested in sensory or consumer science? Learn more about our 12-week CASS-Academy program to gain some hands-on industry experience while you study.
Become a research or industry partner
CASS is always keen to hear from organisations interested in partnering with us. If you have an idea or wish to utilise our knowledge and resources, please contact us.