Seminars

ESN is regularily offering seminars to its members to ensure that up to date knowledge on sensory and consumer sicence is distributed quickly, and can be applied in the lab. 

Participants and invited guests have access to the presentations via a password.

Vienna 2016

Digital tools: how to use immersive virtual reality and smartphone applications to understand consumers´experience (for detailed information and extra material enter your code here)

 

Budapest 2014

Innovative solutions in sensory and consumer science: practical application of approaches in the food and beverage sector (for detailed information and extra material enter your code here) 



digital tools: how to use immersive virtual reality and smartphone applications to understand consumers´experience


14th of April 2016, Vienna, organized by: Christelle Porcherot (Firmenich), Stephanie Kremer (WUR-FBR), Lise Dreyfuss (Biofortis), Valerie Almli (Nofima)

 

Programme

 

08:30  |  Good Morning and Welcome  
Christelle Porcherot, Stefanie Kremer, Lise Dreyfuss, Valerie Almli

Key Note Presentations   

08:45  | Nadia Berthouze (University College London), Opens external link in new windowwebsite, Opens external link in new windowTEDx talk

The affective body loop: sensing and modulating affect through body

09:30  | Benoit Bediou (UniGE) (University of Geneva), Opens external link in new windowwebsite

Role of playing action video games on sensory, attentional and cognitive skills   

10.15  |  Coffee Break & Live demonstrations  

eg: app to track people movement and enhance people's perception of their own capabilities in chronic pain rehabilitation

10.45  |  Benjamin Poussard (Paris Tech) Opens external link in new windowwebsite

Virtual and Augmented Reality technologies serving User Experience: an overview on their capabilities and limitations   

11.30  |  Mark Kramer (Uni Austria) Opens external link in new windowwebsite

Understanding Consumer Experiences Through Digital Tools   

12.15  |  Lunch


Short Presentations  & Live Demonstrations

13.30  Sven Henneberg (ISI) Opens external link in new windowwebsite

Usage of immersive technologies to overcome the stress ratio between internal and external validity   

13.50  | Ludovic Depoortere (Haystack) Opens external link in new windowwebsite

Sensory Research to go Social, Local & Mobile 

14.10  | Andy Woods (Flying Fish Research) Opens external link in new windowwebsite

Online research   

14.30  | Hilde Kraggerud (TINE) Opens external link in new windowwebsite

Use of smartphones and tablets in our sensory activities   

14.50  |  Rignald Span (EyeQuestion) Opens external link in new windowwebsite

EyeQuestion Mobile App      

15.10  |  Coffee Break & Live demonstrations   

eg: demo on crowd-sourced guided genetic algorithms for product design 

15.40  |  Bram van Mil (Noldus) Opens external link in new windowwebsite

Multimodal behavior analysis in virtual environments   

16.00  |  Erik Siwkowski (Tobii Pro) Opens external link in new windowwebsite

Virtual Reality Integrated Eye Tracking -Experiences and Trends    

16.20  Line Kerrad (Stratégir - Consumer & Shopper Researchers) Opens external link in new windowwebsite

Virtual reality vs. reality – Why virtual shopping environments are a reliable alternative to testing in real stores   

16.40  Mark Kramer (Qualcomm) Opens external link in new windowwebsite

Virtual Reality   

17:00  |  End of the meeting    



innovative solutions in sensory and consumer science: practical application of approaches in the food and beverage sector

Budapest, 8th of October 2014, organized by: Campden BRI Hungary

Programme


MORNING SESSION


10:00
  |  Welcome András Sebők, General Manager, Campden BRI Hungary

10:05  |  ESN Chairman’s introduction on ESN activities Klaus Dürrschmid, ESN Chairman

10:15  |  Novel approaches and techniques in sensory and consumer science Marleen Chambault, Campden BRI UK [link, soon to come]

10:40  |  Neuro-marketing tools Ludovic Depoortere, Haystack, Belgium [link, soon to come]

11:00  |  BREAK and opportunity to visit exhibits

11:20  |  Implicit and explicit measurement of emotional responses to sensory stimuli - comparison of facial expressions, forced choice associations and emotional ratings Klaus Dürrschmid, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Austria [link, soon to come]

11:40  |  Influence of anticipated emotions in the consumption of emotional loaded food Adrienn Hegyi, Campden BRI HU and Sara De Pelsmaeker, Ugent, Belgium [link, soon to come]

12:00  |  A large sample commercial study on emotion measurement for beverages: Comparing CATA and rating scales Hannelize van Zyl, Heineken, The Netherlands, A. Hasted and T. Worch, Qi Statistics Ltd, UK,
and H.L. Meiselman, Herb Meiselman Training and Consulting Services, USA [link, soon to come]

12:20  |  The use of disliking scale Martin J. Kern; SAM Sensory and Marketing International, Germany and Wender Bredie, Copenhagen University Faculty of Science Department of Food Science, LMC [link, soon to come]

12:40  |  Practical applicability of advanced techniques in industry practice
Q&A session with the morning speakers; Moderator: David Lyon, Firmenich UK Ltd [link, soon to come]

13:00  |  LUNCH and opportunity to visit exhibits

 

 



AFTERNOON SESSION


14:30  |  Seminar practical sessions with examples, demos and discussion with the speakers

Sensory statistics in practice

  • Digging deeper into your sensory and consumer data
    Chantal Gilbert, ACCE, Canada and Marleen Chambault, Campden BRI, UK [link, soon to come]
  • Consumer Check, or how to run preference mapping and conjoint analysis in a flash
    Valerie Almli, Nofima AS, Norway [link, soon to come]

Novel sensory / Consumer methods

  • The SAM pre-mapping tool - efficient rapid profiling for fast and reliable sensory screening of a high number of products [link, soon to come]
  • The impact of food pairing in hedonic product evaluation [link, soon to come]
  • How to exploit JAR scales and CATA best, considering the interactions between product characteristics [link, soon to come]
  • Sensory TURF role in managing product line optimization, Martin J. Kern, O. Gautreau, T. Alex and P. Manfredi, SAM Sensory and Marketing International, Germany [link, soon to come]
  • Introduction to Temporal Dominance of Sensations (TDS) and demonstration in TimeSens Pascal Schlich and Arnaud Thomas, INRA, CSGA, France [link, soon to come]


16:30
  |  Chairman’s summing up and seminar close Klaus Dürrschmid, ESN Chairman

 

 



EXHIBITS


Compusense at-hand: a complete online sensory and consumer testing platform, Compusense Inc., Canada

Ecotrophelia www.ecotrophelia.eu

FIZZ, software solutions for sensory analysis and consumer tests demo, Fizz by Biosystemes, France

Hungarian Product Show