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.


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

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Alessandra De Toffoli
University of Florence (Italy)

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

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

Variation in thermally induced taste response across thermal tasters
Poster presentation

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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

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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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