NOSE2022 will be held in Taormina, Sicily

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NOSE2022   The next NOSE-series conference, NOSE2022, that will be the 8th International Conference on Environmental Odour Monitoring & Control, will be held from 11 to 14 September 2022 in Taormina, Sicily, Italy.

   The previous NOSE2020 was delayed to 2021, but finally it was held virtually, due to COVID pandemic situation, so we are eager to have a face-to-face NOSE conference again. The call for abstracts for this Conference, organized by the Italian Association of Chemical Engineering, is open until December 15th 2021, so if you are interested in participating there, you can summit your abstract here.

   Since its first edition in 2008, the NOSE-series conference focuses on the most recent developments regarding environmental odour monitoring and control. The aim of the NOSE conference series is to give the opportunity to the scientific and industrial community members from all over the world to meet, exchange experiences and ideas, as well as discuss the main innovations related to odours, thereby including a wide range of different topics in order to give an all-embracing point of view on this continuously progressing issue.

   The topics for presentation and discussion in invited plenary lectures, lecture presentations and poster sessions for the NOSE2022 conference are the following:

I- Odour regulation & relevant standards
a. National regulations
b. Methodical standards
c. European guidelines (BREFs)
d. Policies for odour nuisance management

II- New frontiers in odour measurement
a. Emission vs receptor
b. Sensorial vs instrumental
c. Laboratory vs field measurement
d. Artificial intelligence approaches
e. Community participation
f. Odour mapping
g. Health effects of odour pollution

III- Dispersion modelling
a. Source term definition
b. Peculiarities of odour dispersion modelling
c. Fluctuations of odour concentrations
d. Model comparison/ validation

IV -Odour emission control
a. Process control
b. New frontiers in odour abatement
c. Indoor air pollution control
d. Other techniques for odour reduction

   If you want to know more about this conference, visit the official website here.

 


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