The next NOSE2020 will be held in Sicily, Italy

nose2020   The next NOSE-series conference, that will be the 7th International Conference on Environmental Odour Monitoring & Control, will be held from 13 to 16 September 2020 in Sicily, Italy.

   The call for abstracts for this important European conference on odour management, NOSE2020, organized by the Italian Association of Chemical Engineering has just begun and it will be open until the 15th December 2019. UPDATE: Conference postponed. Read more here.

    The topics for the abstract submission for oral or poster presentation are the following ones:

I- Odour regulation & relevant standards

II- New frontiers in odour measurement
a. Emission vs receptor
b. Sensorial vs instrumental
III- Dispersion modelling
a. Source term definition
b. Peculiarities of odour dispersion modelling
c. Model comparison/ validation
IV -Odour emission control
a. Process control
b. New frontiers in odour abatement
c. Other techniques for odour reduction

   The NOSE2020 Conference has earned a well-deserved position on the top list of conferences about odour management to-attend. Once again, the Polytechnical University of Milano will be in charge of the organization, where Ms. Selena Sironi, chairman of the scientific committee, will take the lead role in this event, so we are pretty sure that this will be a very well organized event as the previous ones.

   These events always provide a very interesting programme with the opportunity to exchange ideas with members from academia and industry, and to present the latest key innovations within Environmental Odour Monitoring & Control.

   If you don’t find enough reasons to go to next NOSE2020 Conference, the idea of visiting Taormina, one of the most beautiful places in Italy, should get you to register right now.

   For more information about the conference, visit the official website:


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