Development, validation and application of stochastic modelling
of human exposure to food chemicals and nutrients.
Montecarlo is a research project, funded by the
Quality of Life and Living Resources Programme (QoL), Key Action 1 on Health, Food and Nutrition within the Fifth Framework Programme of the EU Commission (DG XII).
The project duration is 3 years, with a start date of February 1st, 2000. There are 7 partners involved in Montecarlo, with IEFS being the co-ordinator.
This web-page will be continuously updated with Montecarlo progress reports and results. For any queries or comments regarding the Montecarlo project, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
User's Introduction to the Monte Carlo software,
as a Powerpoint Slide Show, or a series of
Read our publication in the Monte Carlo supplement of the Food Additives and Contaminants journal.
The Monte Carlo resulted in a follow on project called CREME which was funded by
Enterprise Ireland. The CREME project has resulted in a company being
formed called CREMe Software Ltd which supplies advanced exposure assessment
software and consultancy. See www.CREMeSoftware.com or email email@example.com
for more information. Prof. Mike Gibney is the principle investigator of the CREME project and a founding member of CREMe Ltd.