ISOEN2015. Early Bird Registration rate ending April 29

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ISOEN 2015 flyer largeThe preliminary program is finally available and now you can check which will be the papers presented in this interesting conference. For more information about ISOEN2015 check their website here.

As the only global event dedicated to E-senses ( E-nose, E-tongue and E-eye ) and to odor generation / transmission , the 16th International Symposium on Electronic Nose is a not-to-be-missed event!

A great opportunity for exchanging business or academic viewpoints with experts from all over the world, in order to foster tomorrow’s innovations in E-senses!

ONLINE SUBMISSION >>

The late call for abstract submission for the International Symposium on Olfaction and Electronic Noses 2015 will open on May 1st.

Abstracts for poster presentations only are invited on the conference topics:  E-Senses System - Odor generation - Olfaction - Online Analytical techniques - Solid State Sensor Technologies -  Applications

INVITED SPEAKERS >>
 
Pr Hiroshi Ishida, Tokyo University Agric. Tech., Japan
Olfactory displays: Toward digitalization and reproduction of scents
Pr Ricardo Gutierrez-Osuna, Texas A & M University, USA
Signal processing for chemical sensors: past, present, and future
Pr Andrey Legin, St Petersburg University, Russia
Taste sensors: do they really feel taste?
Pr Udo Weimar, Tübingen University, Germany
20 years improvement in gas sensors
Dr Peter Boeker, Bonn University, Germany
E-nose: Correlation versus causality
Thierry Coutureau, SEB group international, France
Smart home appliances
David Clapham, GlaxoSmithKline, UK
Demand for e-tongue in the pharmaceutical industry

AWARDS
 
The best presentation at the ISOEN is rewarded with the Wolfgang Göpel Memorial Award. This award is sponsored by the Göpel family and the Institute of Physical Chemistry (University of Tübingen).
The best industrial presentation on Electronic Nose or Electronic Tongue applications is rewarded by Alpha-MOS.
Important Dates
 
Abstract submission opening January 10
Extended deadline for submissions March 8
Late news call submission deadline May 15
Notification of acceptance May 22
Early bird registration March 16
Regular registration April 30
Last minute & on-site registration June 1
Tutorial registration June 15

Registration Fees
 
Early bird ISOCS member standard 410 €
Early bird ISOCS member student 230 €
Early bird standard 460 €
Early bird student 260 €
Early bird Accompanying person 137 €
Early bird Gala dinner   89 €

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