Call for abstracts for the NOSE2024

   The well-known International Conference on Environmental Monitoring of Odours and VOCs, the NOSE2024, organized by AIDIC on this occasion on 15-18 September 2024, in Naples, Italy, has already opened the call for abstracts.

   NOSE2024 will take a series of presentations and discussions in invited plenary lectures, lecture presentations and poster sessions. The deadline for abstract submission is December 15th, 2023. The Conference, organized by AIDIC: The Italian Association of Chemical Engineering, is the 9th Conference of the NOSE series.

   The topics are the following:

1. Odour regulation & relevant standards
-National/international new regulations
-Technical standards and revisions

2. Sources sampling and characterization
-Area sources
-Sampling hoods
-Laboratory odour potential estimation

3. Chemical characterization of odours
-GC analysis
-Identification of odorants
-Analytical techniques
-Speciation of complex mixtures

4. Sensorial measurements
-Dynamic olfactometry
-Hedonic tone
-Field inspection

5. Odour & gas sensing
-Instrumental Odour Monitoring Systems IOMS
-Electronic noses
-Real-time odour monitoring
-Performance verification
-Machine learning applied to sensor data

6. Community participation
-Citizen science
-Odour reports

7. Toxicity and health
-Panel exposure risk assessment
-Odorants' toxicity
-Risk evaluation for residents and workers exposed to odours

8. Dispersion modelling
-Odour impact assessment
-Models intercomparison
-Sensitivity and uncertainty analysis
-Peak concentration values
-Model validation
-Inverse dispersion modelling

9. Odour emission control
-Odour abatement technologies and methods
-Operational parameters optimization
-Abatement efficiency

   The previous NOSE Conference, the 8th International Conference on Environmental Odour Monitoring & Control, was held in September 2022 in Taormina, Sicily, Italy.

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


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