E3S STUDENT AWARDS 2014 – THE WINNERS
The European Sensory Society is pleased to announce the winners of the Student Awards are:
- 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
- Yuchi 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
- Grace 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
Yuchi’s presentation presented on Monday 8 September at 11:15-11:30. Virginie and Grace’s posters will be displayed throughout the duration of the conference. Please take the time to congratulate them at the conference.
Details of the award: 3 awards of 1000 Euros are available to assist students giving an oral or poster presentation at Eurosense 2014
Closing date for applications: 4th April 2014
Eligibility: Applications are accepted from PhD students enrolled at Universities in E3S Member countries.
Application: A 1000 word extended abstract outlining the research to be presented, a short CV, and a supporting letter from a supervisor confirming eligibility of the student.
Submission: Applications should be made when submitting your conference abstract by email to Joanne.email@example.com
Conditions: Successful applicants will be expected to acknowledge E3S support on their presentation and submit a report, written in English, on their experience and the benefits of attending Eurosense. The report may be published at the discretion of E3S in its publications or on its website.
Further information: http://www.eurosense.elsevier.com/e3s-student-awards.html
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