The Scientific Committee of DOS selected the abstracts which will be presented during DOS World Congress 2016.
Dr Haruka Matsukura from Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology will demonstrate the new Smelling screen mini: Presenting spatial odor distribution
over the touch screen of a tablet computer during DOS World Congress 2016.
Dr Hiroshi Ishida from the Tokyo University of Agriculture and Engineering, Japan will give a presentation about the recent applications of the mobile robot with odor sensor. This presentation will be held on the first day of DOS World Congress 2016.
During DOS Congress 2016, Dr Yosuke Maruno, Dr Masaaki Iseki and Pr Takamichi Nakamoto from the Tokyo Institute of Technology will give a pratical demonstration of the cocktail maze using wearable olfactory display.
Dr Shuji Fujita from New Business Creation Dept of Sony Corporation will present the last innovation of SONY "AROMASTIC, a personal aroma diffuser, changes the way you enjoy scents" during Olfaction Congress 2016.
Dr Kea-Tiong (Samuel) Tang is working at IEEE BioCAS TC Chair Elect, Department of Electrical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan
- How can we realize a compact gas sensor array using high frequency?
- How sampling can be done properly with a maximum of time resolution ?
Odor sensing and classification have become important from a viewpoint of enforcement of information quality as one of five senses of human being. Dr Sigeru Omatu showed two kinds of odor sensors and their intelligent classification.
Dr Hyung-Gi Byun from the Kangwon National University, South Korea will give a presentation about "exhaled breath analysis for monitoring of lung cancer patients using E-Nose system" during the 3rd World Congress of the Digital Olfaction Society.
Monica Bordegoni is Professor at the Department of Mechanisms of the Politecnico di Milano, Italy.
During DOS World Congress 2016, she will give a very interesting presentation about "Enhancing user interaction with olfactory experiences".
How large effects does olfaction have on Quality of Experience (QoE) such as the sense of presence and fairness compared with other senses?
How do you assess the effects?
What kinds of applications with olfaction do you suppose in the assessment?
How does the network delay influence QoE?
Jesús Lozano Rogado is associate Professor of the electric, electronic and automation engineering department at the University of Extremadura, Spain. His main field of research is the development of artificial olfactory systems.
Dr. Michael Rapp is a researcher from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany and working on Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) sensor based analytical systems for gas, olfaction and bio- sensing. To fulfill a proper job of these systems he continuously work on new sampling methods to improve the signals in term of sensitivity, selectivity, unwanted cross sensitivity and a good reproducibility. This includes the use of microfluidic sampling systems especially in the area of biosensing. A major goal of his work is to keep the manufacturing and also the operating costs of these systems low and, thus, being able to emerge in new markets.
Dr Yossiri Ariyakul of King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Bangkok is an expert in Electronic Engineering. He was invited to give a talk during DOS World Congress to present the molecular recognition materials for high sensitivity explosive detection system.
Pr Takamichi Nakomoto is a high distinguished researcher from Tokyo Institute of Technology and working in the field of Intelligent information processing, Human interface, Measurement technology, Sensor, Sensor signal processing.
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Chairmen of the Conference
The Scientific Committee of Digital Olfaction Society Convention 2012 is honoured to announce that Pr Takamichi Nakamoto, from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan will introduce the first edition of the First World Convention on Digital Olfaction 2012, which will be held in Berlin in November 22-23, 2012.
Pr Takamichi Nakamoto will overview the perspectives of digital olfaction and highlight some strategic directions and applications.
Professor Takamichi Nakamoto
Associate Professor, Dept. Physical electronics, Graduate school of science and engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Measurement technology, Sensor, Sensor signal processing, LSI design.