Deadline extension for abstract submission ODORA2019

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Callforabstract extended    The 14th of February will be the last day to submit your abstract. The organizing committee has extended the deadline 2 more weeks for this V International Conference on Odour and VOCs Management, which will be held in Santiago, Chile the 26th and 27th of November 2019 (ODORA2019). If you want to be anybody in the odour management world this, and only this, is your opportunity.

   There is a limit of 30 abstracts for this 2-days conference. That's it. Admission of papers will solely be based on available number of allotments and will be strictly distributed on first-come, first-served (FCFS) basis, provided that the scientific committee backs the quality of the proposals. Abstracts in English are of course welcome. English is one of the official languages of the event. Direct translation will be provided.

Put your company in the heart of ODORA2019

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Sponsorships   We are looking for very special and outstanding companies to sponsor our biggest event on environmental Odour Management ODORA2019.  We would like to invite you to present your brand and participate in the "V International Conference on Environmental Odour and VOCs Management”, which will be held on the 26th and 27th of November 2019, in Santiago, Chile. We want to make this event a unique and special experience and we are looking for very unique and special sponsors. Is that your company?

  We are not looking for ordinary sponsors with an interest on odour management. We do not want anything ordinary in our event. That's not our style. If you check in previous editions, we have traditionally counted on extraordinary companies to sponsor our events. If you are doing outstanding things on odour management, this is your event. We want you to make many contacts, to be known by potential clients. We want your company to be known as an extraordinary company! are you in?

Scientific committee of ODORA2019

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scientific committee    For this V International Conference on Environmental Odour and VOCs Management (ODORA2019), that will be held in Santiago, Chile, the 26th and 27th of November 2019, we have tried to gather a well known group of experts in this field. This way, we have counted on people with relevant experience in each of the fields in order to increase the quality of the presentations.

   The Scientific Committee for this event is formed by a group of more than 40 experts. This list is not closed, so if you want to be part of the scientific committee and you think you are capable of reviewing the papers in any of the areas to be discussed during this Conference, do not hesitate to contact us.

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