As already announced, the Conference OLORES·19 has received well over 40 abstracts. These abstracts are pending evaluation by the Scientific and Organizing Committee.
These days, all the abstracts are being distributed among all the members of the scientific committe. These members have the task of checking the abstracts and guiding the authors. Each one of the members of the scientifc committee has 2 abstracts to check, and each abstract must be peer reviewed by at least 2 peers.
We are glad to share with you the list of submitted abstracts (the order in which the papers are presented below is the order in which they were received):
Session I: Odour legislation, standards and regulations.
- Díaz Jiménez, C.: Is it possible to set a single odour limit?
- Cardona Martinez, J.: Odour events that may still occur under the standard immission compliance of Resolution 1541 of 2013.
- Nolazco Tapia, C.: Analysis of the management of environmental complaints for unpleasant odours generated by culinary activities in the district of San Isidro, Lima – Peru.
- Zacarías Marzuca, M. et al.: Collection and analysis of the International odour control for animal husbandry.
- Caimanque, D.: Approach and criteria for the design of the first regulation odour control in Chile.
- Salas, J.: Odour emission standard for the pig sector in Chile.
- Campos Morales, S. et al.:Analysis of the citizen complaints in the Integrated System of Environmental Complaints (SITADA) as an identifier of the odour pollution in Costa Rica.
Session II: Environmental Odour formation. Dynamic Olfactometry and other techniques. Odour perception. Quality assurance and control.
- Rodriguez, L. et al.: Odour study in the territory of Talaudiére, example of industrial collaboration in the identification of odour impact and potential improvements.
- Gatica Rivera M.: Diagnosis of odorant emissions in the fishing sector of the Coronel Industrial Park, Chile.
- Schleenstein, G.: Evaluation of odour annoyance through repetitive surveys - Evidence from a case study.
- Andresen, M.: Development of a mobile dynamic olfactometer and LIMS for odour labs.
- Muñoz, I. et al.: Common errors in dynamic olfactometry laboratories.
- Burbano Ardila, J. et al.: Evaluation of odour concentration in a small slaughterhouse in Colombia.
- Pinilla-Gil, E. et al.: Evaluation of the odour impact of an alcohol industry in Tierra de Barros, Spain.
- Ramos, P. et al.: Nasapp: Social impact management caused by odour pollution.
- Maia, L.: Evaluation of the effectiveness of the revitalization works of the Fundão Canal - campus of the "Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro" - from the monitoring of odours, measured by passive sampling of hydrogen sulphide.
Session III: Calculation of the odour impact. Odour dispersion modelling.
- González, A. et al.: Online pollutant modelling: Challenges and Key Components.
- Tarela, P. et al.: Ventilation of enclosed areas in waste water treatment plants to control emissions of gases and odors.
- Monticelli, D. et al.: Odours emission in an urban and industrialized area.
- Mannebeck, C.: Approaches for holistic odour impact management.
- D’Abreton, P. et al.: Odour source identification in a complex flow environment using a particle trajectory model.
- Cháves, F. et al.: Odour diagnosis and management from the mixing chamber and distribution of waste water (CAM04) to the WWTP Machopo Trebal.
- Tropis, C. et al.: Real time prediction of odour dispersion.
- Cereceda-Balic, F. et al.: Air quality modelling to establish the impact of the activities of ENAP's Quintero Terminal in the city of Quintero during the annoying odour events of 2018.
- Arias, R.: The D-NOSES project: citizen science to improve the traditional odour pollution management.
- Barclay, J.: The importance of knowing your process and sources.
- Cartelle, D. et al.: Use of machine learning to improve odour forecast.
Session IV: Electronic devices for gases and odorant detection. Odorant monitoring techniques.
- Romanytsia, I. et al: Non-stop monitoring and odour detection with an electronic nose and associated prediction model.
- Schnitzler, P.: A tool for detection and classification of odours.
- Cereceda-Balic, F. et al: Air quality monitoring to establish the impact of the activities of ENAP's Quintero Terminal in the city of Quintero during the annoying odour events of 2018.
- Soza de la Carrera, J. et al: Odour Control Automation in Santa Fe Plant.
- Hernández Espinoza, D. et al: Evaluation of changes in the concentration of odorant compounds in the thermomechanical drying phase of waste from olive oil extraction.
- Guillot, J.M.: Measurement of odorous compounds with a device based on SPRi Technology.
Session V: Odorant abatement techniques.
- Hort, C. et al.: Study of the combination of different indoor air pollution treatment techniques for the removal of nitrogen oxides, VOCs and particulate matter.
- Balfagón, J. et al.: Alternatives for deodorization in primary and secondary treatments.
- Calderón Jiménez, A. et al.: Case study on the reduction of the impact of the emission of offensive odours in the domestic waste water treatment plant of the municipality of Santa Fe Antioquia.
- Cháves, F. et al.: Odour management at the El Rutal biosolids centre.
- Garcés, J. et al.: Comparison of two sensory odour monitoring systems: odour panel (simple version) v/s continuous odour monitoring.
- Ubilla Thompson, P.: Odour Control Technologies. Scrubber System Design.
- López, J.M. et al.: Best Available Techniques (BATs) for minimising VOC emissions from hydrocarbon storage.
- Morales, M. et al.: Vapour Recovery Units for Refining Applications: Experiences in Europe.
- Cerdá Ortiz, R. et al.: Study of the neutralization of odours in process waters through the use of different oxidizing agents.
- Amo Peña, A. et al.: Use of propulsion systems to improve atmospheric dispersion in conducted emission sources in animal and vegetable fat production industry.
- Martínez, J.V. et al.: Smart Inspection: new technologies for leak detection in solid urban waste treatment plants.
In addition, we will have several first-rate guests as keynote speakers:
- Anna Bokowa, EOC Consulting, from Canada: The Importance of Updates on Odour Detection Threshold Values for Pure Compounds
- Jennifer Barclay, Atmospheric Science Global, from New Zealand
- Ton van Harreveld, Odournet , from Spain
- Patricio Reich, TSG Enviromental, from Chile
We are still open to receive any abstract you may send us, but chances are there that it will probably be a poster, as we are running out of free slots for presentations.
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