Olores.org has just published the preliminary brochure of the previously announced Odora2024 conference. Scheduled for 12-13 November 2024 at BEC, Bilbao, Spain, the conference is set to be a key gathering for researchers, industry professionals and enthusiasts interested in the field of odour management.

   The preliminary brochure provides an overview of the topics and themes expected at the event, sponsorship opportunities and participation in the event, anticipating the opportunity to engage with the latest research and developments in the field of odour management. From discussions on the latest advances in odour analysis methodologies to the social implications of odour pollution, Odora2024 promises to offer a rich and diverse programme tailored to the interests of a wide audience.

  The Call for Abstracts is now open for ODORA2024, the upcoming Odour Conference organized by olores.org. Scheduled for November 12-13, 2024, in BEC, Bilbao, Spain, we invite you to submit for both oral and poster sessions. Take the chance to share your research! The submission deadline is April 15th. The official language is, this time, only Spanish. We are preparing for another event at the end of 2025, and the official language will be English.

   It’s been three years since we organized a conference (the last conference was the 9th IWA Odour Conference in 2021), so we think it’s time already for another one. This previous event had 160 participants from 19 different countries, and the last event organized in Chile in 2019 brought together around 180 people. We aim at 300 attendants.

   Once again we are back in action, and we are already organizing a new conference for the end of the year 2024. This time we will hold a conference in Spanish, on November 12 and 13, 2024, at the BEC (Bilbao Exhibition Centre) in Barakaldo, Bizkaia, Spain. Please note that the official language of this conference will be Spanish. We recommend attending the A&WMA, the IWA and the NOSE international conferences this year if you wish to use the English language instead.

   This type of event brings together engineers, scientists, researchers, students, local authorities, managers, industrial activities, and other professionals to address and discuss emerging odour issues and new advances in Odour Management.


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