ISOEN 2022, the biannual conference on articial olfaction will take place in Aveiro, Portugal

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isoen2022   The International Symposium on Olfaction and Electronic Nose (ISOEN) is organizing the 19th conference in the city of Aveiro, Portugal. ISOEN 2022 provides a forum for scientists, engineers and practitioners to share their latest findings, innovations and products in the area of artificial chemoreception.

    The “Olfaction & Electronic Nose Symposium” is organized by the International Society for Olfaction and Chemical Sensing (ISOCS), as an event to share knowledge between other specialists in the areas of artificial taste and olfaction. This conference is lately organized in a rotating way in Europe, America and Asia. This time is the go for Europe and that is why it is being celebrated in Portugal in the city of Aveiro.

Standard development on IOMS halted

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WG41 halted   Over five years have passed by since the first meeting of the Working Group (WG) 41 dealing with Instrumental Odour Monitoring Systems (IOMS). WG41 is under the umbrella of the Technical Committee 264 on Air Quality of the CEN. In these over 5 years, the group have met 20 times to try to get a draft of a text to be approved in the time frame available for CEN Standards, but WG41 could not deliver that draft. This means that there will not be a European standard on IOMS in the near future.

   CEN has decided to start over the process with WG41. After an initial extension given in 2019, the text could not be finalized, so now it is time to wrap up and start over again. This means that there will be no standard on IOMS in the near future. The new work item will be proposed by the end of the year in order to be approved during the next TC meeting (May 2022). Later it will be circulated and voted from all countries, which takes 6 to 8 months, so, according to some experts asked, the work will not start before February/March 2023.

Registration for the EN 13725 Interlaboratory Comparison 2021 is now open

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ILC2021   Olfasense has announced the registration for the annual proficiency test for Dynamic Olfactometry according to the European Standard EN 13725. All laboratories around the world are invited to participate in this edition of ILC2021 test.

   Once again, the German company Olfasense is behind the organization of the Interlaboratory Comparison for Olfactometry (ILC2021) according to the European Standard EN 13725. The registration period is now open.

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