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E3S Eurosense Student Awards 2020 – The reports of the winners

Read the reports of the winners from the conference – Eurosense 2020

Prof. Carolina Chaya and prof. Rebecca Ford presenting the awarding ceremony

The winners of the E3S student awards Eurosense 2020

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E3S EUROSENSE STUDENT AWARDS 2020 – THE WINNERS

The European Sensory Science Society is pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 edition of the E3S Eurosense Student Awards.

The E3S Eurosense Student Award Committee thanks all the 28 students that applied and congratulate them on the extremely high level of the extended abstracts submitted. There are four awards and two special mentions. The fourth award has been split due to an ex-aequo situation.

THE WINNERS

Julia Sick – E3S Eurosense Student Pieter Punter Award
University of Florence (SISS, Italy)

Development of an emoji-based self-report measurement tool to measure emotions elicited by foods in pre-adolescents

Oral presentation

Parallel session 5: Beyond liking 

Tuesday 15th December | 10h00 – 10h15

 

Naomi Muñoz Vilches – E3S Eurosense Student Award
Wageningen University & Research (MOA, The Netherlands)

Tell me what you imagine and I will tell you what you want: The effects of mental simulation on desire and food choice

Oral presentation

Parallel session 1: Consumer Behaviour

Monday 14th December | 9h50 – 10h05

 

Kaat Philippe – E3S Eurosense Student Award
INRAE, Center for Taste and Feeding Behavior (CSGA) (SFAS, France)

Child eating behaviours and parental feeding practices during the COVID-19 lockdown in France: Did they change?

Extended Flash poster presentation on COVID-19 & Poster presentation

Tuesday 15th December | 12h06 – 12h13

 

Emma Regan – ex aequo E3S Eurosense Student Award
University College Dublin (SFNI, Ireland)

Oral nutritional supplements – exploring if older and younger adults perceive their texture differently, using the temporal dominance of sensations technique

Oral presentation

Parallel session 9 : Healthy eating

Tuesday 15th December | 17h10 – 17h25

 

Martina Galler – ex aequo E3S Eurosense Student Award
Nofima, Ås – The Norwegian University of Life Sciences (SSG, Norway)

“A food blog as online tool for qualitative and creative research with children”

Oral presentation

Workshop 2

Monday 14th December | 14h25 – 15h55

 

Co-creation of healthy food ideas with children – creative focus group vs. web-based

Oral presentation

Parallel session 11: Consumer behaviour methods

Wednesday 16th December | 11h25 – 11h40

 

We would like to give special mentions to Lapo Pierguidi (SISS, Italy) and Ervina Ervina (SSG, Norway) for the high quality of their research presented in their submitted application.

Lapo Pierguidi – special mention
University of Florence, Italy

Sensory drivers of emotions and contexts in different cocktail preference segments

Oral presentation – Early Career Research Seminar and  Poster

Sunday 13th December | 12h40 – 12h50

 

Ervina Ervina – special mention
Nofima, Norway. The Norwegian University of Life Sciences (SSG, Norway).

Investigating the relationship between taste sensitivity and food liking in 11-year-old children

Oral presentation

Parallel session 9: Healthy eating

Tuesday 15th December | 16h40 – 16h55

 

If you are attending the conference, do not miss the oral/poster presentations of the winners and the award ceremony during the online – conference.

  • Tuesday 15th December 2020 – 9:35-9:45 E3S Students Awards, Rebecca Ford and Carolina Chaya

Further information: www.eurosense.elsevier.com

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E3S EUROSENSE STUDENT AWARDS 2020

EXTENDED Deadline for abstracts submission: 26th June 2020,
ONLY for those who submit a new abstract related to the current COVID-19 situation.

The European Sensory Science Society is pleased to announce that four awards of €1,500 will be given out to PhD students enrolled at Universities in E3S Member countries.

In addition to the traditional three E3S PhD awards, the board of E3S has in fact decided to dedicate a Special Award in memory of Pieter Punter (1947-2017), following the tradition started at Eurosense 2018. Pieter has been an integral backbone of E3S since its inception and he has been an enthusiastic and thought-provoking contributor in the field of sensory consumer research since the 1980s.

In agreement with his family and former colleagues, the prize will be awarded to a PhD student working on consumer research or sensometrics, with a taste for consumer diversity. Additionally, candidates should show involvement in debate in the field, so being quite active and out-spoken will be a plus. To demonstrate this, the candidates could attach a letter from their supervisor asserting their active and autonomous character, providing own ideas, participating in workshops, volunteering, etc.

The award winners will each receive €1500 after their attendance at the conference to help towards their travel and expenses. The winners will be also asked to prepare a report of their participation in the conference that will be posted on the E3S website.

EXTENDED AWARD APPLICATION DEADLINE: 26 JUNE 2020

To apply for this award you must

  • Be a PHD student enrolled at a University in a E3S member country (including students that that were enrolled at a University and defended their thesis since October 2019) and be an E3S member.
  • Submit an extended abstract (see instructions below) before 26 June 2020 to awards@e3sensory.eu as well as submitting a normal abstract online in the normal way through the Eurosense website (check the conference website for the deadline)

Extended abstracts’ instructions

The new extension is only addressed to those who submit a new abstract related to the current COVID-19 situation.

The extended abstract should be 1000 words and must have the following items:

  • Introduction
  • Methods
  • Results and Discussion
  • Conclusion
  • References

In order to facilitate editing, the following rules should be adhered to:

  • Use A4 page format (210 x 297 mm)
  • Leave 2.5 cm margins at the top, bottom, right and left sides of each page
  • Use Arial font
  • Use size 14 points bold for paper title, size 12 points bold for authors’ names, size 12 points bold for section titles, and size 12 points regular for the text.
  • Use single space between lines.

You must also submit the following:

  • A short CV
  • A supporting letter from a supervisor confirming eligibility of the student
  • A document in which it is indicated the code assigned through the official Eurosense abstract submission system and the national sensory science society whose the student is member of
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E3S Student video competition

The European Sensory Science Society is pleased to announce the winner of the E3S Student video competition – Eurosense 2018 is Marit Nijman – University of Nottingham.

Watch her video here

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E3S Eurosense Student Awards 2018 – The reports of the winners

Read the reports of the winners from the conference – Eurosense 2018

Prof. Carolina Chaya and prof. Ella Pagliarini at the awarding ceremony

 

The winners of the E3S and SISS awards Eurosense 2018

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E3S Student group video competition

Deadline extended to Friday August 24th, 2018

The researcher sending in the best pitch will be awarded with a ticket to the gala dinner for the Eurosense conference, plus €100 cash prize. The lucky winner will also be announced during the E3S award ceremony at Eurosense 2018, and their video will be played during the conference.

 

The video should be 2 minutes long, and include the following content:

  • Introduce who you are and your academic/industry association
  • Your main sensory and/or consumer research interest/s and the relevance of your research
  • Evidencing the wider impact and implications of your research
  • In English using generic sensory science language (no specific technical language without explanation)
  • Recorded in a talking head style (not containing any graphics or special effects)

Note that the quality of the video is not being judged, and the video can be recorded using a simple camera such as that found on a smartphone.

Videos will be judged on presentation style and content: originality, clarity and the discussion of the implication of the research will be assessed.

Pitches should be based on a recent sensory research study or an entire research project containing sensory work.

Entrants must be enrolled at a University in a E3S member country (including students that that were enrolled at a University and defended their thesis since October 2017) and be an E3S member belong to a national sensory science society to be eligible to enter the competition.

The deadline for sending in the video entries is August 12th 2018.

You can upload your video to Dropbox:

  • Share a new specific folder with (E3Sstudents@e3sensory.eu).
  • Give E3Sstudents@e3sensory.eu permission to edit the folder chose: “can edit”
  • The folder name should contain your name and affiliation (university and country)
  • When you share a folder there is an option to type a message, please mention: your name, email, affiliation, name of national sensory science society, and the title of your video.
  • Upload your video as a zip- file to the folder.

If you have any queries please contact the competition organisers: Marlou Lasschuijt (marlou.lasschuijt@wur.nl) or Roelien Van Bommel (roelien.vanbommel@wur.nl) – please do not send video to these email accounts.

Disclaimer-Entrants must assure approval of partners involved in project, and ensure no confidential information is contained, and video submissions will become publicly accessible on the E3S website.

We look forward to seeing your entries soon

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E3S EUROSENSE STUDENT AWARDS 2018 – THE WINNERS

The European Sensory Science Society is pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 edition of the E3S Eurosense Student Awards. E3S is also pleased to announce that thanks to the contribution of the Italian Sensory Science Society (SISS) and in consideration of the outstanding quality of the applications, a 5th Award SISS-E3S has been offered in this Edition.

The E3S Eurosense Student Award Committe thanks all the twenty-one students that applied and congratulate them on the extremely high level of the extended abstracts submitted.

THE WINNERS

Frida Felicia Fry Vennerød
Nofima, Ås – Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo (Norway)

The development of taste preferences
Oral presentation

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Lapo Pierguidi
University of Florence (Italy)

Exploring product complexity dimension: contributions of sensory properties, emotions and individual differences
Oral presentation

Read the abstract

 

Alessandra De Toffoli
University of Florence (Italy)

Psychological traits affect liking and choice of phenol-rich foods
Flash presentation

Read the abstract

 

 

Martha Skinner – PIETER PUNTER Award
University of Nottingham (United Kingdom)

Variation in thermally induced taste response across thermal tasters
Poster presentation

Read the abstract

 

 

Quoc Cuong Nguyen – SISS-E3S Award
Nofima, Ås – The Norwegian University of Life Sciences (Norway)

Investigating the influence of different mouth behaviour on expectations of satiation and satiety
Poster presentation

Read the abstract

 

 

The award winners will each receive €1500 after their attendance at the conference to help towards their travel and expenses.

If you are attending the conference, do not miss the oral/poster presentations of the winners and the award ceremony during the conference at VeronaFiere, Verona (Italy)

  • Tuesday 4th September 2018 – 9:20-9:30 E3S PhD Awards, Carolina Chaya | Room: Verdi Auditorium

Further information: www.eurosense.elsevier.com

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E3S EUROSENSE STUDENT AWARDS 2018

The European Sensory Science Society is pleased to announce that four awards of €1,500 will be given out to PhD students enrolled at Universities in E3S Member countries.

In addition to the traditional three E3S PhD awards, the board of E3S has in fact decided to dedicate a Special Award in memory of Pieter Punter (1947-2017). Pieter has been an integral backbone of E3S since its inception and he has been an enthusiastic and thought-provoking contributor in the field of sensory consumer research since the 1980s.

In agreement with his family and former colleagues, the prize will be awarded to a PhD student working on consumer research or sensometrics, with a taste for consumer diversity. Additionally, candidates should show involvement in debate in the field, so being quite active and out-spoken will be a plus. To demonstrate this, the candidates could attach a letter from their supervisor asserting their active and autonomous character, providing own ideas, participating in workshops, volunteering, etc.

The award winners will each receive €1500 after their attendance at the conference to help towards their travel and expenses. The winners will be also asked to prepare a report of their participation in the conference that will be posted on the E3S website.

AWARD APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED: 1 MAY 2018

To apply for this award you must

  • Be a PHD student enrolled at a University in a E3S member country (including students that that were enrolled at a University and defended their thesis since October 2017) and be an E3S member.
  • Submit an extended abstract (see instructions below) before 1 May 2018 to Carolina Chaya (awards@e3sensory.eu) as well as submitting a normal abstract online in the normal way through the Eurosense website

Extended abstracts’ instructions

The extended abstract should be 1000 words and must have the following items:

  • Introduction
  • Methods
  • Results and Discussion
  • Conclusion
  • References

In order to facilitate editing, the following rules should be adhered to:

  • Use A4 page format (210 x 297 mm)
  • Leave 2.5 cm margins at the top, bottom, right and left sides of each page
  • Use Arial font
  • Use size 14 points bold for paper title, size 12 points bold for authors’ names, size 12 points bold for section titles, and size 12 points regular for the text.
  • Use single space between lines.

You must also submit the following:

  • A short CV
  • A supporting letter from a supervisor confirming eligibility of the student
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E3S STUDENT AWARDS 2016

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E3S STUDENT AWARDS
EUROSENSE 2016

The European Sensory Science Society is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 E3S Student Awards:

Oral presentation:

  • X_ZhouXirui Zhou, University of Reading, UK:
    Elucidating the relative effects of sensory modalities (taste, mouthfeel and odour) on fat perception, and investigating the relationship between fatty acid sensitivity, fat perception and preference
    Read the abstract
    Monday 12 September 2016:  Sensory Drivers for Health and Wellbeing
    15:20-15:40
  • READ THE REPORT

 

Poster presentations:

  • Image CristinaCristina Proserpio, University of Milan, Italy:
    Impact of BMI and gender on cross-modal interactions in custard dessert
    Read the abstract
    Monday 12 September 2016:  Poster Session 1  –  14:00-15:00
  • READ THE REPORT

 

 

 

  • Pasfoto Louise den UijlLouise den Uijl, Wageningen UR, Netherlands:
    Silver senior meals; applying mealtime functionality for tailoring protein-enriched meals to older consumer segments
    Read the abstract
    Monday 12 September 2016:  Poster Session 1  –  14:00-15:00
  • READ THE REPORT

 

 

The award winners will each receive €1000 after their attendance at the conference to help towards their travel and expenses.

The European Sensory Science Society is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 E3S Student Awards. If you are attending the conference, do not miss the oral/poster presentations of the winners and the award ceremony on Monday 12th:

  • Monday 12th September 2016 – 08:45-09:00 E3S PhD Awards, Joanne Hort – Elsevier Grants, Julien Delarue (SFAS) | Room: Amphithéâtre Romanée Conti
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E3S Eurosense Student Award 2016

Eurosense-Mast-1000x131e3s logoE3S EUROSENSE STUDENT AWARDS 2016

The European Sensory Society is pleased to announce that three awards of €1,000 will be given out to PhD students enrolled at Universities in E3S Member countries.

The award winners will each receive €1000 after their attendance at the conference to help towards their travel and expenses.

AWARD APPLICATION DEADLINE: 1 APRIL 2016

To apply for this award you must:

  • Be a PHD student enrolled at a University in a E3S member country
  • Submit an extended abstract (see instructions below) before 1 April 2016 to Joanne Hort (Joanne.Hort@nottingham.ac.uk) as well as submitting a normal abstract online in the normal way

Extended abstracts’ instructions

The extended abstract should be 1000 words and must have the following items:

  • Introduction
  • Methods
  • Results and Discussion
  • Conclusion
  • References

In order to facilitate editing, the following rules should be adhered to:

  • Use A4 page format (210 x 297 mm)
  • Leave 2.5 cm margins at the top, bottom, right and left sides of each page
  • Use Arial font
  • Use size 14 points bold for paper title, size 12 points bold for authors’ names, size 12 points bold for section titles, and size 12 points regular for the text.
  • Use single space between lines.

You must also submit the following:

  • A short CV
  • A supporting letter from a supervisor confirming eligibility of the student
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E3S Student Award 2014

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E3S EUROSENSE STUDENT AWARDS 2014 – THE WINNERS

The European Sensory Society is pleased to announce the winners of the Student Awards:

Virginie Pouyet, AgroParisTech/Centre de recherche de l’Institut Paul Bocuse, France, for her poster entitled:

Influence of flavour enhancement on food liking and consumption in elderly depending on their cognitive status

Read Virginie’s Eurosense report

YuchiShen.ashxYuchi Shen, University of Reading, UK, for her oral entitled:

Investigating the relationship between genetic and phenotypic measures of taste sensitivity and their impact on food perception, liking and choice

 Read Yuchi’s Eurosense report

3d0c7c0Grace Tan, Wageningen University, The Netherlands, for her poster entitled:

Exploring the psychology and product factors underlying the acceptance and rejection of edible insects amongst Thai and Dutch consumers

Read Grace’s Eurosense report

Further information: E3S Student Awards

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