DOS Tokyo Updated Agenda – Tokyo – Japan December 3-4

Please find here the Updated Agenda of Digital Olfaction Society Annual Meeting will be held in Tokyo in December 3-4, 2018.

Tokyo DOS 2018 Speakers


Day 1 – December 3, 2018

Olfaction and Digital Olfaction: Now & Tomorrow
Marvin Edeas, Founder & Chairman of the Digital Olfaction Society Committee, France

Smell and smell perception: Recent advances & perspectives
Andreas Keller,
Rockefeller University, USA

Smell loss: a marker of cognitive decline, dementia, and mortality
Maria Larsson
, Stockholm University, Sweden

Can mice detect odour of neoplasm before clinical symptoms?
Agata Maria Kokocińska-Kusiak
, Institute of Genetics and Animal Breeding of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

A non-invasive measure of olfactory bulb function in humans
Johan Lundström
, Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Karolinska Institute, Sweden

Sexing up human pheromones: How a corporation created a “scientific” myth
Tristram Wyatt
, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Exploration into olfaction and experiential strategy: State of Art
Djamchid Assadi
, Groupe ESC Dijon-Bourgogne, France

Enhancing user interaction with olfactory experiences
Marina Carulli
, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

The Language of Smell: Connecting linguistic and psychophysical properties of odors
Jonas Olofsson
, Stockholm University, Sweden

The power of scents – Scent in context
Peter de Cupere
, PXL-MAD School of Arts in Hasselt, Belgium

Smells of a modern world: How to identify and characterize odorants in contemporary materials
Christoph Wiedmer
, Fraunhofer-Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV, Germany

Personal scent for a health and productivity management
Shuji Fujita, Sony Corp, Japan

The olfactory system in genesis of Alzheimer’s disease
Natalia Bobkova, Russian Academy of Science, Russia

Day 2 – December 4, 2018

Miniaturized electronic nose systems for digital olfaction: present and future applications
Jesús Lozano Rogado
, University of Extremadura, Spain

Bio-electronic nose: a mouse nose as an ultra sensitive and versatile chemical detector
Dmitry Rinberg,
NYU Neuroscience Institute, USA

Sniff-cam for real-time imaging of volatile chemicals
Kohji Mitsubayashi
, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan

Detection of target odors in cluttered environments
Dan Rokni
, The Hebrew University, Israel

Smell-enabled VR Games for olfactory training
Simon Niedenthal
, Malmö University, Sweden

Digital olfaction: imaging an odor
Thierry Livache
, CSO of Aryballe Technologies, France

Stability of the vortex ring trajectory by the shape of the APERTURE for generating scent fields
Kyuma Watanabe, Meijo University, Japan

Exploration of Biological Olfactory Mechanism using randomly mixed receptor signals decoded by reservoir computing
Sanato Nagata, Hitachi, Ltd., Japan

Odor sensing and classification by using machine learning
Sigeru Omatu, Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan

Scents and memory in Virtual reality
Veikko Surakka
, University of Tampere, Finland

OWIDGETS: A Device-IndEpendent toolkit for olfactory experience design
Emanuela Maggioni
, University of Sussex, United Kingdom

Challenges in the application of machine learning methods to the Prediction of odor and how to address them
Sebastian Hettenkofer
, Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS, Germany

Neural Network within an olfactory sensory unit for nestmate and non-nestmate discrimination of ant: The ultrastructures and mathematical simulation for olfactory imformation modification
Mamiko Ozaki, Kobe University, Japan

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