2nd Call for Presentations & Posters, ODOURS 19, Aveiro, Portugal

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ODOURS19   The International Conference on Odours ODOURS 19 and the XIV CNEA - Congresso Nacional de Engenharia do Ambiente that will be held in University of Aveiro, Portugal, the days 16th - 17th May 2019, has extended the deadline for oral presentations and posters.

   The 2nd Call for Presentations and the 2nd Call for Posters were opened last week with a deadline of April 12, 2019. Learn more about how you can apply to make a presentation or present a poster here.

24th CASANZ International conference will take place in Queenstown, New Zealand, the 16-18 September 2019

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casanz 2019 The Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand (CASANZ) is organizing the 24th Biennial conference to be held from 16-18 September 2019 at The Rydges Lakeland Resort, Queenstown, New Zealand. This conference is different from other ones related to air quality in that there usually is a special section dealing with odour management. That is why this event is usually a hot spot for odour managers with interests around the pacific area.

 CASANZ is also unique cause it has an Odour Special Interest Group (OdourSIG) that it is quite active organizing different events.  For example the OdourSIG usually organizes a special section that usually attracts a few papers on odour management. The call for abstracts for next CASANZ2019 in Queenstown has been launched. Due date for abstract submission is the 31st of March.

The 8th IWA Odour Conference: Abstract submission extends to 31st March, 2019

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   Abstract extended The deadline to submit your abstract to “The 8th IWA Odour & VOC/Air Emissions Conference” is extended to March 31st 2019.

   We call on scholars and experts to share their recent developments in research and practice on Odour & VOC/Air Emissions to ensure an odorless and healthy atmospheric environment in neighborhood, community, city and society.

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