Jaya Sundaram

Research Food Technologist
Agricultural Research Service
United States Department of Agricultural
E-mail: Jaya.Sundaram@degruyteropen.com

Fields of interest: 

Food Processing, Food safety and Food quality analysis using various spectroscopy methods

Recent publications:

Sundaram J, Park B, Yoon SC, Hinton A Jr, Windham WR, Lawrence KC:
Classification and structural analysis of live and dead Salmonella cells using Fourier Transform Infrared (FT-IR) spectroscopy and Principle Component Analysis (PCA).
Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry, 60: 991-1004. (2012)

Sundaram J, Kandala CV, Butts CL, Chen CY:
Nondestructive NIR reflectance spectroscopic method for rapid fatty acid analysis of peanut seeds.
Peanut Science, 38:1-8, (2011)

Sundaram J, Kandala CV, Butts CL, Windham WR:
Application of NIR reflectance spectroscopy for the determination of moisture content of in-shell peanuts: A nondestructive method.
Transaction of ASABE, 53(1):183-189, (2010)

Sundaram J, Kandala CV, Holser RA, Butts CL, Windham WR:
Determination of in-shell peanuts moisture, oil and fatty acid composition using near infrared reflectance spectroscopy.
Journal of American Oil Chemist’s Society. Vol 87, Nr 10, 1103-1114, (2010)

Sundaram J, Kandala CV, Butts CL:
Classification of in-shell peanut kernels nondestructively using VIS/NIR reflectance spectroscopy.
Sensing and Instrumentation for Food Quality and Safety, Vol 4, Nr 2: 82-94, (2010)

Sundaram J, Butts CL, Kandala CV:
Application of Near Infrared (NIR) technique to peanut grading and quality analysis: Overview.
Sensing and Instrumentation for Food Quality and Safety, Vol 3, Nr 3: 156-164,(2009)