A Sense of Change
25 Jun 2012 09:00, Campden BRI, Chipping Campden
As the world of Consumer Sensory Science continues to expand, the approaches we use in our field are developing fast. During this one day conference, PFSG aim to give you a taster of some recently developed techniques and some issues that may change the way you measure subject response. In the afternoon the two workshops will give you hands on approach to evaluate some of them.
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||Registration & refreshments
||Welcome, introductions & update
||Nutrition and food acceptance: is it better to be wanted or liked?
Keynote speaker: Dr David Mela, Unilever R&D Vlaardingen, The Netherlands
||Measuring emotional response in Commercial Products
May Ng, University of Nottingham, sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline and Giract - winner of the 2011 PFSG travel award
Sensory claim substantiation in the UK: introduction and retailers perspective for non-foods.
Lauren Rogers, Sensory Science Consultant & Melissa Spears, Non-Food Quality Manager, Tesco Stores UK
||Lunch, posters & networking, plus workshop introduction
|13.30 & 14.40
||Workshop 1: Experimental Auctions: a tool to investigate willingness-to-pay
Dr Carolina Chaya, Technical University of Madrid & Dr Joanne Hort, University of Nottingham
|13.30 & 14.40
||Workshop 2: Getting Closer to the Real World of the Consumer: how new technologies and developments can help
Peter Burgess, Campden BRI
||Temporal Dominance of Sensations (TDS)
Keynote speaker: Dr Pascal Schlich, INRA, France
||Question and Answer Sesson, Wrap up
How to register:
To register, please visit www.campden.co.uk/training/sense-change.htm or contact: Training on
+44(0)1386 842104 or e-mail: email@example.com
Call for Poster Abstracts: new for 2012!
Abstracts should be no longer than 300 words on the topic of “Recently developed techniques and issues in sensory and consumer science”. Please email abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org by 16th March 2012
Early bird discount
IFST/SCI/E3S members (excl. students/retired) save £15 if you register and pay by credit card before 1st April 2012
IFST is offering a membership deal to non-members attending this conference