ISOEN2019 will take place in Fukuoka, Japan the 26-29 May 2019

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isoen2019   The International Symposium on Olfaction and Electronic Nose (ISOEN) is organizing the 18th conference in the city of Fukuoka, Japan. ISOEN 2019 provides a forum for scientists, engineers and practitioners to share their latest findings, innovations and products in the area of artificial chemoreception.

   A couple of years has passed since the last event in Montreal, Canada and now, it is time for another event, this time in Japan. ISOEN 2019 will be held at ACROS Fukuoka close to Fukuoka airport. Fukuoka is an energetic city and the centre of core city of politics, economy, culture and fashion in Kyushu located in western Japan.

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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