Programme Sensometrics 2020 - original 

Programme can be subject to changes.   Detailed programme in this link

21 April: Tutorials and welcome reception

Tutorials programme here

19:00              Welcome reception at the conference hotel Clarion

22nd of April: Day 1

8:30-9:00       Opening

9:00-9:45       Invited speaker Harald Martens:

                          “Quantitative Intuition:  Combining prior knowledge and big data“

9:45-10:30      Flash presentations of 6 posters (7 minutes per poster, including questions)

10:30-11:30     Break & Poster session

11:30-13:00     Session 1: Individual differences and consumer segmentation – part 1

                          Oral presentations, 5 presentations, each 18 minutes including questions.

13:00-14:00    Lunch

14:00-15:30    Joint SSP and sensometrics workshop:

                          Artificial Intelligence in Sensory practice: Separating Promise from Hype

                          Participants: Amanda Grzeda, John Ennis, Leah Hamilton

15:30-16:00    Break

16:00-1730     Session 2: Individual differences and consumer segmentation – part 2

                          Oral presentations, 5 presentations, each 18 minutes including questions.

17:45-18:30     General Assembly

23rd of April: Day 2

 

8:30-9:15         Invited speaker: Marieke E. Timmerman:

                          “Segmentation with complex data: Arriving at an insightful representation”  

9:15-10:00      Flash presentations of 6 posters (7 minutes per poster, including questions)

10:00-11:00    Break & Poster session

11:00-13:00    Session 3: Getting more out of sensory and consumer data

                          Oral, 5 presentations, each 18 min. including questions  + SO-PLS presentation (30 minutes)

13:00-14:00    Lunch

14:00-15:30    WORKSHOP: Applying Text Mining Methods for Sensory Evaluation Research

                          Organizers: Sébastien Lê, Jacob Lahne

                          Participants: Sébastien Lê, Anne Hasted, Jacob Lahne, Alexiane Luc, Benjamin Mahieu, Leticia Vidal

                          Facilitator: Jean A McEwan

15:30-16:00    Break

16:00-17:30    Session 4: Analysing data from temporal and emerging methods

                          Oral presentations, 5 presentations, each 18 minutes including questions  

 

19:00                Conference dinner - included in conference fee

24rd of April: Day 3

 

8:30-9:15        Invited speaker: Michael Meyners

                         “Controversy regarding relevance and rigor of Sensometrics for industrial applications”

9:15-10:30      Session 5: Textmining and network analysis

                         Oral presentations, 4 presentations, each 18 minutes including questions  

10:30-11:00    Break

11:00-12:30    WORKSHOP: PLS regression and related component based methods in sensory science

                          Lead by Tormod Næs

                          Participants: Marieke E. Timmerman, Harald Martens, John Castura

12:30-13:00    Closing remarks

13:00-14:00   Lunch 

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