ESN research at Pangborn 2019
Members and partners of ESN will be involved in several activities at the Pangborn Sensory Science Symposium in Edinburgh. These showcase some of the projects and activities that ESN members and industry partners are involved.
Use of Different Test Conditions to Better Understand the Emotional Responses to Samples Provided from Consumers – presented by Thierry Worch Oral Presentation under ‘Emotions’ Session Monday 29th July (Pentland) from 11:00 to 11:20
Wellbeing and Feeling Good: Exploring Consumers’ Associations Across Different Cultures and Product Markets – presented by Martin Kern Oral Presentation under ‘Health, Lifestyle and Wellbeing’ Session Monday 29th July (Pentland) from 14:10 to 14:30
Individual Differences Underlying Satiation, Food Intake and Liking in Semisolid Foods – presented by Paula Varela Oral Presentation under ‘Health, Lifestyle and Wellbeing’ Session Monday 29th July (Pentland) from 15:30 to 15:50
Effect of Context on Perfume Elicited Emotions – Interactive Workshop Wednesday 31st July (Fintry) from 10:40 to 12:40 Organised by Christelle Porcherot (Firmenich) and Sophie Raviot-Derrien An ESN led interactive workshop - come and take part in the workshop and take the opportunity to take part in a live experiment!
Modulating Texture Properties to Control the Satiating Capacity of Foods – presented by Jean A McEwan Scientific Committee Recommended Poster (TP1_24) On Display for the Entire Conference (Lennox Suite) Dedicated Presenting Time Monday 29th July from 16:10 to 18:00
To Code or Not to Code, That is the Question – presented by Anne Hasted Poster Session 1 (Lennox Suite) Monday 29th July from 16:10 to 18:00