III conference of Odours in the Environment, 23-24 November 2015, Bilbao, Spain

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    This time, the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) and olores.org are organizing the III International Conference about Odours in the Environment, the 23-24 of November 2015 in Bilbao, Spain. Estimation and evaluation of odour emission in the environment usually involves the assessment of several issues, starting with odour emission through estimation, evaluation and impact. The program of the Third Conference of Odour emission in the Environment will issue these topics and current development in this field and will serve as a reference point for the development of further trends. Please note that the official language of this III International Conference will be Spanish.

    In the first Conference in Madrid, Spain, we got 60 people and put them all in a conference hall for two days to discuss several topics related with odour management. We also got 5 booths there. In the second conference in Santiago, Chile, we did a simultaneous translation and we brought the best experts in different fields. This time we got 170 people and 10 booths from different companies. The aim of this III Conference of odours in the Environment in Bilbao is to expand the critical mass of people involved in the management and evaluation of odours, including scientifics, consultancy labs, technicians, regulators, etc.


    Both the discussion about current topics and the development of solutions is usually carried out without the possibility to exchange information and ideas in scientific circles. To this effect, the III International Conference on Environmental Odour Management will be useful to increase communication in a discussion forum and development of solutions. The experience of the specialists is wide, but it is clear for us that it is necessary this forum for communication and discussion.

Official language in this conference will be Spanish. No direct translation will be provided this time, so if you decide to present your paper in English there might be chances that not everybody will understand it.

Official web site of the event

www.olores.org/Conferencia2015

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Important dates to remember

   These are the important dates to remember in this event.

  • Call for interest in participate: until 1st February
  • Call for abstracts: Until the 1st of April.
  • Provisional Program: until 7th of April.
  • Reception of papers: until 1st June.
  • Papers corrected by the Scientific Committee: until 1st of July.
  • Reception of papers corrected: until 1st of August
  • Final Program: the 1st of September.
  • Registration dates: from the 3rd of April to the 20th of November 2015.

Program:

   Download the last version of the Program here (unfortunately just in Spanish)

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Registration

   Registration for this conference is online. We highly reccommend to register well in advance.

    Register in this event here.

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Sponsored by:

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Silver Sponsor

 

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