Call for E-Nose Standardization Volunteers

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ieee new standard e nose   The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has launched an open call for experts to participate in a new standard for e-noses. The organization is asking for volunteers to contribute to this new standard that will have a strong focus on specific applications of these devices. The IEEE Sensors Council and the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society will sponsor the initial phases of this expanded standardization effort.

   As many of you probably know, there is already an initiative of standardization of Instrumental Odour Monitoring Systems (IOMS) aka e-noses within the European Standardization Committee (CEN). However, this initiative has a strong focus in the use of these devices only for environmental air monitoring. The IEEE wants to expand the applications of IOMS (or e-noses) to other uses including, of course, the environmental one.

Digital Olfaction Society Annual Meeting, 3-4 December in Tokyo, Japan

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dos tokyo 2018  The Digital Olfaction Society (DOS) is regularly holding events more or less every two years. The first DOS event took place in Berlin, Germany and since then, a few more events have taken place, mostly in Tokio, Japan. This time, the conference will take place the days 3-4 of December 2018.

 The 3rd World Congress of Digital Olfaction Society was hosted by the Tokyo Institute of Technology in 2016. This successful event is having a continuation this year. Distinguished researchers from all around the world are invited to present and share their views about the digital olfaction in different applications.

Meeting in June of the CEN WG41 in Delft

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meeting delft july   The last 19th and 20th of June, the Working Group 41 dealing with Instrumental Odour Monitoring met in Delft, the Netherlands for a couple of days of intensive discussions. One of the Task Groups (TG) dealing with the minimum requirements for instrumental odour monitoring, presented some interesting points discussed in a previous meeting in Düsseldorf, Germany.

   A follow-up discussion was held afterwards on the 11th of July in Gosselies, Belgium.

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