Maître de conférences
Etablissement : Université Bretagne Occidentale
Affectation de recherche : LUBEM (Laboratoire universitaire de biodiversité et écologie microbienne)
Equipe(s) : LUBEM-Quimper
Louis COROLLER is associate Professor in Food Microbiology at the University of Brest since 2007.
He has worked as a researcher in the field of quantitative microbial risk assessment and predictive microbiology at the National Veterinary school of Alfort in 2001, at the ADRIA in 2002. In 2003, he moved to the university laboratory of biodiversity and ecology (LUBEM) to work on inactivation of Listeria and Salmonella populations which are submitted to acid and osmotic stress. He obtained his doctoral thesis (PhD) in Microbiology from University of Brest in 2006. Since 2007, he is working as an associated professor in food microbiology at the technological institute of the University of Brest, which is located in Quimper.
His research activity focuses on quantitative description of microbial behavior in food. He is currently involved in projects on bacterial sporulation and outgrowth, inactivation during fermentation, integrative approach on the use of biomarkers in predictive microbiology.