The ASTM Committee E18 on Sensory Evaluation will be holding a new meeting in New Orleans, LA US

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astm e18 meeting 2017The ASTM Committee E18 on Sensory Evaluation of Materials and Products meets twice a year, usually in April and October. This time the ASTM E18 meeting will be hold in New Orleans, from Tuesday, October 10th 2017 to Thursday, October 12th 2017. Many professionals attend these three days of technical meetings that usually conclude with a presentation on relevant topics in the Sensory Evaluation Field.

   The Committee E18 was formed in 1960 and to date it has around 240 members spread in 10 technical subcommittees that currently maintain jurisdiction over 31 standards. Some of these 1-hour meetings will deal with interesting aspects such as panelist performance, sensory quality or panelist feedback among many other interesting subjects. In addition a session about terminology will be also hold.

The call for abstracts for the WEF conference is open

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wef odors 2018The WEF has just announced the opening of the call for abstracts for the largest odor conference in US. The final date for abstract reception is September, 7, 2017. This conference will once again bring together environmental professionals from around the world for a showcase on odors and air pollutants management.

The Air Quality and Odor Control (AQOC) Committee of the Water Environmental Federation (WEF) is a very active team of the WEF that counts on around 80 members. Every other year they organize the largest conference on environmental odor management and this time they will organize their next event in March 2018 in Portland.

The next WEF Odors and Air Pollutants will take place in Portland, Oregon in March 25 – 28, 2018

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wef 2018  This conference will once again bring together environmental professionals from around the world for a  showcase on odors and air pollutants management. The biennial Odor Conference is designed to educate practitioners, facility owners, operators, researchers, and public administrators about current odor issues, including regulatory requirements and methods for analyzing problems and finding solutions.

   Targeting the Pacific Northwest, the 2018 Odors and Air Pollutants Conference is designed to foster informed decision-making, networking to share effective control of odors and air pollutants, and innovative approaches. The conference's technical program includes both real-life experiences and lessons learned as well as cutting-edge technologies and research.  The conference will include oral presentations, interactive discussions, posters, a pre-conference workshop, exhibits, mobile sessions, and several opportunities for networking in dynamic settings.

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