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Welcome to Digital Olfaction Society Annual Meeting

On behalf of the Digital Olfaction Society scientific committee, we are pleased to announce the Digital Olfaction Society Annual Meeting which will be held on November 29-30, 2022, in Tokyo, Japan, in-person & online. We are very optimistic that Tokyo will be open for tourists at this time.

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Among DOS 2022 Speakers

Digital Olfaction Society: What’s Next?

Marvin Edeas

Founder & Chairman of the Digital Olfaction Society Committee, Institut Cochin, INSERM U1016, Université de Paris, France

Detection of TCA in the Cork Stopper Industry Using Digital Olfaction Technology

Jesus Lozano Rogado

DOS President, University of Extremadura, Spain

A Measure of Smell Enables the Creation of Olfactory Metamers

Noam Sobel

Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot Israel

New Horizons in Application of Digital Olfaction for Table Olive Industry

Daniel Martín Vertedor

Scientific and Technological Research Center of Extremadura (CICYTEX-INTAEX), Spain

Electronic Noses for Food Processing

Maria Luz Rodriguez-Mendez

Universidad de Valladolid, Spain

Opportunities and Challenges for Biosensors and Nanoscale Analytical Tools for Pandemics

Nikhil Bhalla

Nanotechnology and Integrated Bioengineering Centre (NIBEC), Ulster University

Internet of Things (IoT)-based Olfaction in Agriculture

Mahdi Ghasemi

Department of Mechanical Engineering of Biosystems, Faculty of Agriculture, Shahrekord University, Shahrekord, Iran

Gas Sensors and Electronic Noses: Recent Developments at Spanish National Research Council

José Pedro Santos

Instituo de Tecnologías y de la Información ITEFI-CSIC, Spain

How Wearable Technologies Can Support Scientific Research About the Human Reactions to Olfactory Stimuli?

Alessandro Tonacci

The Institute of Clinical Physiology, National Research Council of Italy (IFC-CNR), Italy

Disposable Sensors for On-Site COVID-19 Testing

Can Dincer

University of Freiburg, Germany

Among Short Oral Presentations

In Search of Covid-19: The Ability of Biodetection Canines to Detect Covid-19 Odors from Clinical Samples
Marthe Charles, University of British Columbia, Canada

DOS 2022 Agenda

Among DOS 2022 Tracks:

  • Olfaction & Issues 2022: Science, Applications & Strategies
  • Digital Olfaction and COVID-19
  • Digital Olfaction 2022: Recent Advances & Perspectives
  • Digital Olfaction Videos & Demonstrations
  • Digital Olfaction Poster Session

Who is attending DOS 2022 ?

Aromyx, Inc
EIPurpan
Takasago
LG Japan Lab Inc.
Procter and Gamble
Olfasense GmbH
Ricoh Company, Ltd.

Erasmus University
GEMFluidix
INSERM U1016
Instituo de Tecnologías y de la Información ITEFI-CSIC
Institut Cochin
Institute of Clinical Physiology
International Flavors & Fragrances
Malmö University

Max Planck Institute for Intelligent System
Politecnico di Milano
Shahrekord University

Suntory Global Innovation Center
Tampere University
The Hebrew University
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Universidad de Extremadura
Université de Paris
University of Chicago
University of Extremadura
University of Freiburg
University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover
Vancouver Coastal Health
Weizmann Institute of Science

Call for Innovations and Demonstrations

The Scientific Committee invites all academics and industries to present their innovations and products in the olfaction and digital olfaction world by submitting an abstract.

You are also invited to present innovations and products in the olfaction and digital olfaction world by submitting an abstract.

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The 6th Annual Meeting of the Digital Olfaction Society was held in Tokyo on December 3-4, 2018. Pictures of DOS 2018 of the congress are available by clicking here.

The Digital Olfaction Society published the Final Agenda of DOS 6th Annual Meeting 2018 which was  held at AP Tokyo Yaesu Dori – Convention Center, Tokyo, Japan on December 3-4, 2018.

Digital Olfaction 2018 Demonstrations

Personal scent for a health and productivity management
Cedric Duvert,
Sony corp, Japan
 
Technology for scent classification and production
Jussi Rantala, University of Tampere, Finland
 
Transmitting aromas by using a miniaturized electronic-nose and an olfactory display
Jesús Lozano Rogado, University of Extremadura, Spain
 
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