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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

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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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