Released the preliminary program of the 3rd World Congress of the Digital Olfaction Society

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dos conference 2016   The Committee of the Digital Olfaction Society announced the preliminary program, the list of speakers and the demonstrations already confirmed for this 3rd World Congress of the Digital Olfaction Society which will be held in Tokyo, in December 7-8, 2016.

  The Digital Olfaction Society (DOS) hold the first World Congress on digital olfaction in 2013 in Berlin and the second one in 2014 in Tokyo, Japan. For this III World conference, Tokyo will repeat as host of the event.

This time the program is plenty of very interesting presentations. This is the preliminary list of papers for this conference.

II Meeting of the CEN group dealing with gas sensors and pattern recognition for odorant monitoring in Nimes, France

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cen meeting wg41 nimes   The second meeting of the Working Group (WG) 41 that is dealing with the first European Norm that will regulate the so-called “e-noses” took place in Nimes, France, the 11th of February 2016. In this meeting the title of the norm was further discussed. The question raised was: sensors for monitoring odorants or odours?

    Odorant? why not odour monitoring? A clear terminological distinction should be made between odorants (stimulus) and odour (sensation). In the same way that the olfactory system transduces chemical signals into perception (odours), the sensors "transduce" odorant signals into electric signals.

First Meeting of the CEN group dealing with gas sensors and pattern recognition.

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   The first meeting of the Working Group (WG) 41 that is dealing with the first European standard that will regulate the so-called “e-noses” took place in Antwerp, Belgium the 22nd of October 2015. The name initially given to the standard was "Electronic sensors for odorant monitoring" but this is just a provisional title.

   In January 2015 we published that a new proposal for a European Standard about electronic air monitoring of odorants with the so-called electronic noses (or e-noses) was filled. This WG was hosted inside the Technical Committee 264 on “Air Quality” and the appointed convenor was chosen to be Mr. Anton Philip van Harreveld.

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