Program  Titles  Presenters  Topics 
Presenter Index

Aaslyng, M.D.
DMRI, Danish Technological Institute, Denmark
Age-related changes in consumers' ability to detect the boar smell compounds androstenon and skatole
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.4 - Age-related sensory perception and behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Adam, C.
GIVAUDAN FLAVOURS, Switzerland
How to add products on an existing sensory map?
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Adasme-Berríos, C.
Universidad Catolica del Maule, Chile
Does food safety affect perceived quality of fresh produce? A structural equation model
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Addey, A.
Firmenich, Brazil
Unveiling the intangible
Wednesday 14 August:  Workshop 5 - Latin America, a unique cultural landscape: What challenges for a successful sensory & consumer research?  -  14:00-16:00
 

Aguilar, D.
Pepsico Mexico Foods, Mexico
Methodology to hierarchy the product attributes using the Nagelkerke logistic regression
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Alencar, N.
University of Campinas, Brazil
Sensory profile of gluten-free bread produced with quinoa and amaranth flour and different sweeteners.
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Alex, T.
SAM Sensory and Marketing International, Switzerland
Implementing sensory panel methods in sensory focus groups to achieve more actionable recommendations for product development
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Almli, V.L.
Nofima AS, Norway
Consumer acceptance for intrinsic and extrinsic product properties in an evoked context
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Alves, A.R.C.
Serviço Nacional de Aprendizagem Industrial-SENAI BA, Brazil
Sensory analysis of lamb and caprine meat cuts from disposal animals prepared with different seasoning
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Amarillo, M.
Universidad de la República, Uruguay
Influence of colour of virgin olive oil on the quality perception of consumers
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Amorim, I.S.
Federal University of Lavras, Brazil
Cross-cultural comparison of Brazilian and Slovak panels by using mixed models
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.1 - Cross-cultural and income-related research  -  16:00-18:00
 
Parametric models for tournament designs in choice experiments: A case study with milk caramel spread
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.4 - Sensometrics  -  16:00-18:00
 

Amorim, L.
Comissão Vitivinícola Regional Alentejana, Portugal
Sensory analysis applied to a wine certification panel: A case study on how to train, qualify, validate and monitor the performance of a professional sensory panel
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Andrade, J.C.
Institute of Food Technology, Brazil
Correlation among CIE Lab color values and sensory color fading attributes in highly extended cook-in ham slice
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 
Frankfurter type sausage: Principle components analysis of descriptive terms
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Anjos, A.
UFPR, Brazil
Selection of judges for sensory analysis using item response theory: An initial approach
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.4 - Sensometrics  -  16:00-18:00
 

Antúnez, L.
Universidad de la República, Uruguay
Attentional capture and understanding of front-of-pack nutrition labels: Insights from visual search and eye-tracking
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Aquino, L.
UFF, Brazil
Addition of cheese whey in milk: The sensory methods can be useful?
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Araujo, R.
IFRJ, Brazil
Evaluating the impact of changes along the salmon sushi chain: The usefulness of ultra-flash profiling
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

ArceLopera, C.
Icesi University, Colombia
Quantitative analysis of product categorization in soft drinks using bottle silhouettes
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Archer, N.S.
CAHFS, CSIRO, Sydney, Australia
Variation of sweet taste in obesity is associated with altered taste receptor expression and dietary intake
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 9 - Health & wellness  -  14:00-16:00
 

Ares, G.
Universidad de la República, Uruguay
Combination of projective mapping and check-all-that-apply questions for sensory characterization of bioadhesive gels
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 
Cross-cultural conceptualization of wellbeing in the context of food consumption
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 1 - Cross cultural  -  14:00-16:00
 
How do consumers visually process CATA questions? Implications for question design
Thursday 15 August:  Workshop 6 - Using CATA questions for sensory profiling: Do's and don'ts  -  09:00-11:00
 
Influence of rationality on food choice: Results from an eye-tracking study with yogurt labels
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Qualitative insights from a free-listing task for revisiting the Food Choice Questionnaire
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Using CATA questions for sensory profiling: Do's and don'ts
Thursday 15 August:  Workshop 6 - Using CATA questions for sensory profiling: Do's and don'ts  -  09:00-11:00
 

Arruda, A.C.
University of São João Del Rei, Brazil
Development and evaluation of sensory acceptance of loaf bread enriched with caupi bean (Vigna unguiculata (L.) walp) flour
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Åström, A.
SIK, Sweden
Comparison of the consumers expected and actual perception of food investigated by napping: A case study with bearnaise sauce
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Bacle, I.
Pierre Fabre Dermo-Cosmétique, France
Sensory evaluation and cosmetology
Monday 12 August:  Workshop 1 - Sensory evaluation and cosmetology  -  14:00-16:00
 

Baldin, J.C.
Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Sensory evaluation of fresh sausages added with jabuticaba (myrciaria cauliflora) extract
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Barcos, M.E.
Lausanne Nestlé Research Center, Switzerland
Screening of large number of samples with a fast and reliable new sorting approach
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Barnagaud, C.
MMR Research Worldwide, UK
Multiple panel descriptive sensory analysis in China, UK and USA using an incomplete block design
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 1 - Cross cultural  -  14:00-16:00
 

Barreto, A.G.
Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica Celso Suckow da Fonseca (CEFET/RJ – Campus Valença), Brazil
Brand impact on sensory acceptance of soft drinks
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Barros-Marcellini, A.M.
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Comparing methods of identify the appropriate sugar and pulp levels for fruit juice formulation: A consumer-driven approach
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Bastian, S.E.P.
University of Adelaide, Australia
Quality and cell death in Vitis vinifera L. (cv. Shiraz) berries: lipoxygenase and defender against apoptotic death gene expression and sensorial profiles for two grades of fruit
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.6  -  16:00-18:00
 
Relationships between sensory profiles and instrumental measurements in raw fruit to predict quality of final product
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 
What wine styles do consumers prefer with chocolate?
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.6  -  16:00-18:00
 

Behrens, J.H.
University of Campinas, Brazil
Factors affecting consumer's willingness to purchase irradiated foods in Brazil
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Influence of information on the acceptance and purchase intention of minimally processed and irradiated watercress
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Is aircraft indoor thermal sensation influenced by the season?
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Benassi, M.T.
UEL, Brazil
Impact of packaging of a plain-flavored soymilk on the purchase intention
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Ranking descriptive analysis: Evaluation of efficiency and repeatability in the sensory characterization of orange-flavoured soft drinks
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory characterization of brews from pure Coffea arabica, and Villa Sarchi and Timor Hybrid coffee cultivars growing in two locals of cultivation
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Bercik, J.
Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra, Slovakia
Light quality and colour perception: A study on consumer reactions and environmental concerns in the supermarkets in Slovakia
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Bezerra, V.S.
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Influence of  açai fruits  (Euterpe oleracea Mart.) conservation on the acceptance of açai drink.
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Bialkova, S.
University of Twente, The Netherlands
Principles of eye-tracking and its potential for consumer research
Monday 12 August:  Workshop 2 - Using eye-tracking methodology in consumer science  -  18:00-20:00
 
Using eye-tracking methodology in consumer science
Monday 12 August:  Workshop 2 - Using eye-tracking methodology in consumer science  -  18:00-20:00
 

Biasoto, A.C.T.
University of Campinas, Brazil
Relating sensory and instrumental data to evaluate losses of key aroma volatiles during cashew-apple (Anacardium Occidentale L.) juice concentration
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory profile and consumer acceptance of tropical grape juice produced in brazil
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Use of organic acids to increase the stability of Brazilian red wines produced in tropical semi-arid environmental conditions: Quality evaluation based on consumer test and time-intensity analysis
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Utilization of consumer test to optimize the drying conditions for 'Italia' raisins produced in the semi-arid climate in Brazil
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Bleibaum, R.N.
Tragon Corporation, USA
Three cross-cultural case studies of consumer preference segmentation for product innovation
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.1 - Cross-cultural and income-related research  -  16:00-18:00
 
Writing instruments: Understanding the relationship between functionality and marketing benefits with consumer expectations and sensory performance
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Bloom, D.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Power comparison of discrimination test methodologies using complex beverage systems
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Warm-Up effect on researcher-designated and panelist-articulated 2-Alternative Forced Choice (2-AFC) discrimination testing methodologies
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Bobowski, N.
University of Minnesota, USA
A lontigudinal comparison of two salt reduction strategies and acceptability of a low sodium food
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Bona, E.
Universidade Tecnologica Federal do Parana, Brazil
Artificial neural networks as a tool for approach nonlinear relations between sensory attributes and consumer preference data: Radial-basis function method
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.4 - Sensometrics  -  16:00-18:00
 

Bonnet, M.
Unilever, Brazil
Latin America, a Unique Cultural Landscape:  What Challenges for a Successful Sensory & Consumer Research?
Wednesday 14 August:  Workshop 5 - Latin America, a unique cultural landscape: What challenges for a successful sensory & consumer research?  -  14:00-16:00
 

Bowen, A.J.
Vineland Research and Innovation Centre, Canada
Development of an objective sensory scale to measure consumer perception to freshness
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 7 - Product development  -  10:45-12:45
 
Influence of ethnic heritage on consumer preference for apples
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.1 - Cross-cultural and income-related research  -  16:00-18:00
 
Use of the "freshness scale" for determination of optimal storage conditions of ethnic vegetables
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Bravo Ccatamayo, C.S.
Sensory Evaluation Laboratory, Colombia
How it impacts on consumer perception of eye shadow the use of different shadow applicator from the original?
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.6  -  16:00-18:00
 

Bredie, W.L.P.
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
ElectroGastroGraphy in food satisfaction studies
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Flavour pairing of foods: A physical-chemical and multisensory challenge for health promotion
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 9 - Health & wellness  -  14:00-16:00
 

Brémaud, D.
BIOFORTIS Sensory & Consumer, France
Sense'n Perf more than a sensory tool to study performances
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Brin, N.
Pernod Ricard Center of Research, France
Free sorting performed by consumers as an alternative to external preference mapping on spirits
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Brockhoff, P.B.
Danish Technical University, Denmark
Automated mixed ANOVA modelling of sensory and consumer data
Tuesday 13 August:  Workshop 3 - Recent advances in sensometrics  -  10:45-12:45
 

Brugger, C.
Agroscope Changins Waedenswil, Switzerland
The influence of apple chewing time and frequency on the sensory perception of selected flavour attributes using Temporal Dominance of Sensation (TDS)
Thursday 15 August:  Oral Session 12 - Instrumental  -  09:00-11:00
 

Buainain, A.P.M.
International Flavors and Fragrances Inc, Brazil
Grape profiles for soy beverage based on consumer emotional responses
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sweeteners in vanilla cake: A good alternative for consumer
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Buck, D.T.
product perceptions, UK
A comparison of methods in modelling consumer acceptability on product sensory attributes
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.4 - Sensometrics  -  16:00-18:00
 
Improving consumer response to check all that apply (CATA) attribute batteries
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Budie, D.S.C.
Grupo Boticário, Brazil
Evaluation of olfactive attributes of soaps through descriptive quantitative analysis
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Bueno, J.T.
Grupo Boticário, Brazil
Comparison between sensory, technical and instrumental evaluations of roll-on antiperspirant concerning yellow residue appearance on white cloth
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Bunger, A.
Universidad de Chile, Chile
Sensory quality classification of "sopaipillas" by means of computer vision
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Burngasser, A.T.
Procter & Gamble, USA
Cata: To restrict or not restrict the checklist
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Busch-Stockfisch, M.
Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
How do alternative sweetener and selected hydrocolloids influence sweetness and sensory profile of a model soft drink?
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Byrnes, N.K.
Penn State, USA
Sorting and mapping of sampled chemesthetic agents in naïve assessors
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Cadena, R.S.
University of Campinas, Brazil
Acceptance of mango nectar: Shelf-life study
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
External preference mapping of mango nectar
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.4 - Sensometrics  -  16:00-18:00
 
Penalty analysis: Acceptance and ideal sweetness in mango nectar
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Shelf-life of mango nectar: Descriptive sensory profile
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Time-intensity analysis of mango nectar in storage time
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Camacho, S.
TI Food and Nutrition, The Netherlands
Paint it yellow: The influence of the thickness of oral coatings on dynamic sensory perception
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Camargo, G.A.
Food Technology Institute-APTA, Brazil
New fruit product for school meals: Acceptability of children
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Caramelle, J.
Rogil Research N.v., Belgium
How neuro-marketing tools help measure product and pack fit: A case study to open the black box.
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 3 - Advances  -  18:00-20:00
 

Cardello, A.V.
U.S. Army Natick RD&E Center, USA
Short vs. long emotion questionnaires: Evidence of halo dumping?
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Carmona-Escutia, R.P.
Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Mexico
Evaluation of two fast methods for descriptive profiles in Mexican cheeses
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Carpanedo, T.
Alpha MOS, France
Quantification of the bitterness level of olive oils with an electronic tongue
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Carpenter, G.H.
King's College London, UK
The extentional properties of saliva
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Carr, B.T.
Carr Consulting, USA
Statistical analyses of emotions data
Tuesday 13 August:  Workshop 3 - Recent advances in sensometrics  -  10:45-12:45
 

Carstesns, E.
Univ. of California, Davis, USA
Eugenol and carvacrol induce a temporally desensitizing pattern of oral irrntation and enhance warmth and heat pain sensitivity on the tongue
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Carvalho, L.P.
Biofortis Sensory and Consumer, Brazil
New approach for CATA questions applied on oils and fats categories
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Carvalho, N.B.
Universidade Federal de Viçosa, Brazil
Application of artificial neural networks (ANN's) in food sensory analysis
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 
Consumer attitude regarding products containing probiotics
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Casaubon, G.
Centro de Aromas y Sabores DICTUC, Chile
Evidences of cognitive impact by odor recognition training: inter-modality by learning wine aromas
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Caselato de Sousa, V.M.
University Federal of State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Experimental design, acceptance and intention of purchase of the apple muffin made with amaranth flour
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Castro-Gutierrez, N.
Université de Toulouse - Institut national polytechnique de Toulouse, France
Biorenewable packaging : relevant sensory indicators to the development of  agro-based material dedicated to lactic type cheeses preservation
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Castro, N.
Université de Toulouse, INP, LCA, France
Cannabis sativa : Analytical and sensory assessments to develop a non-food product
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Castura, J.C.
Compusense Inc., Canada
A consumer-validated CATA list for whole grain breads
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
A preliminary review of multiple group principal component analysis for descriptive sensory data
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.4 - Sensometrics  -  16:00-18:00
 
Existing and new approaches for analysing data from check all that apply questions
Thursday 15 August:  Workshop 6 - Using CATA questions for sensory profiling: Do's and don'ts  -  09:00-11:00
 
Panel tracking via thurstonian modeling
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.4 - Sensometrics  -  16:00-18:00
 

Catanéo, C.
ONIRIS, France
How quotation tests performed by naïve panels can contribute to the determination of relative taste intensity : Application to saltiness perception of alimentary salts
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Chambault, M.C.
Campden BRI, UK
The application of rapid sensory approaches to characterize large sets of non-food products: A comparison of sorting, sorted napping and napping
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Chambers, D.H.
Kansas State University, USA
Using sensory methods to study cross cultural food safety behaviours
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 1 - Cross cultural  -  14:00-16:00
 

Chambers, E.
Kansas State University, USA
Sensory complexity: Beyond individual attributes
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 8 - Fundamentals  -  10:45-12:45
 

Charbonnier, L.
University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands
Functional MRI of challenging food choices: Forced-choice between equally liked high- and low-calorie foods in the absence of hunger
Tuesday 13 August:  Oral Session 5 - Food Choice  -  10:45-12:45
 

Chau LooKung, E.G.
Universidad Católica Santo Toribio de Mogrovejo, Peru
Optimization of a mixture of cacao powder using acceptance tests and response surface methodology
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.6  -  16:00-18:00
 

Chen, M.X.
Campden BRI, UK
Food-related lifestyle segmentations - comparison of food choice and behaviours between consumer groups in Great Britain and Saudi Arabia
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Cho, H-Y.
Ewha Womans University, Republic of Korea
Effects of stimuli sequence on duo-trio and unspecified tetrad tests: Influence of subjects' familiarity to the reference
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Choi, J-H.
Ewha Womans University, Republic of Korea
Optimal sensory evaluation protocol to model concentration-response curve of sweeteners
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 8 - Fundamentals  -  10:45-12:45
 

Cho, W.I.
Sensometrics Co., Ltd, Republic of Korea
Effect of personality on food-eating traits and food-related lifestyle in Korea
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Chung, L.
Kyung Hee University, Republic of Korea
Cross-cultural consumer acceptability of Dasik (Korean traditional confectionary) by Korean, Chinese, and Western panel
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.1 - Cross-cultural and income-related research  -  16:00-18:00
 
Descriptive analysis of the Sanchae namul (seasoned dish with wild edible greens)
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory characteristics of the Bugak (Korean traditional fried dishes)
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Churchill, A.
Givaudan UK Ltd, UK
From controlled laboratory experiments to consumer decisions: Measurement of the effect of context on the perception of fragrance in consumer products
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Ciappini, M.C.
UCEL, Argentina
Descriptive quantitative analysis applied to bee honey
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory characteristics of eucalyptus and clover honeys
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory evaluation of peach juice added with L. Casei lc-01
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Cipolli, K.M.V.A.B.
Food Technology Institute, Brazil
Acceptability of new product with red pepper and chili pepper
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Acceptability of red and yellow peppers and chili pepper spreadable jams
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Civille, G.V.
Sensory Spectrum, Inc, USA
Food and beverage pairings: A sensory approach to a culinary phenomenon
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 7 - Product development  -  10:45-12:45
 
Harmonizing sensory attributes with nutrition claims and emotional benefits
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 9 - Health & wellness  -  14:00-16:00
 
Understanding hair softness through 3 lenses:  In context descriptive analysis panel, spectrum descriptive analysis panel and qualitative consumer narrative panel
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Cleeremans, A.
Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Conscious and nonconscious influences in the sensory domain
Tuesday 13 August:  Plenary talk 5 - A. Cleeremans  -  09:05-09:35
 

Coetzee, C.
University of Stellenbosch, South Africa
Repetitive oxidation of Sauvignon blanc wine: The evolution of aroma compounds
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Conti-Silva, A.C.
Universidade Estadual Paulista “Julio de Mesquita Filho”, Brazil
Acceptability and intensity aroma of extrudates of soy protein isolate pre-flavoured
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Effect of the extrusion conditions in the flavour acceptance of extrudates corn grits flavoured
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory acceptance of breads formulated with inulin and oligofructose
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory analysis of honey bread formulated with passion fruit peel flour
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Corollaro, M.L.
Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy
Thinning via shading: The sensory quality of apples grown by a new technique
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Correa, A.C.
DEPAN-Fea-UNICAMP, Brazil
Equi-sweet of different sweeteners in cashew beverage with prebiotic psyllium (plantago ovata)
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Corrêa, P.G.
Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense Darcy Ribeiro, Brazil
Sensory acceptance of unfermented cassava starch biscuits with oat and Brazil nut
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Corrêa, S.C.
Federal University of Lavras, Brazil
Evaluation of grapes quality by check-all-that-apply (CATA) consumer profiling and physical/chemical analyzes
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Predicting consumer acceptance for sensory quality control of fruits
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Quality evaluation of pineapple by check-all-that-apply (CATA) consumer profiling and physical/chemical analyzes
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Cortez-Pereira, C.S.
Biofortis Sensory & Consumer, Brazil
Chemometric study of fragrance skin release as function of the menstrual cycle
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Coste, B.
Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Application of a completion projective technique to identify motives underlying consumer choice of two types of cheese
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Coste, E.B.
University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Effect of frozen storage on sensory texture profile of vacuum-packed mozzarella cheese from mix milk (buffalo and cow)
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Quantitative descriptive analysis of roasted garlic’s (Allium sativum L.) odor and flavor: selection of descriptors
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Coutiño, V.
Université de Bourgogne, France
A consumer mult-test approach to measure aroma
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Cox, D.N.
CSIRO, Australia
Sensory characteristics of diets and implications for food intake, nutrient and weight status
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Cox, G.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Knowledge base of consumers and health and food professionals on the nutrition facts label
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Crump, A.M.
The University of Adelaide, Australia
Do oak volatiles influence consumers' emotions and acceptance of wine?
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Cruz, A.
IFRJ, Brazil
Monitoring the consumer acceptability for pacu (piaractus mesopotamicus), tambaqui (colossoma macropomum) and its hybrid tambacu eviscerated and stored on ice
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Projective mapping and Ultra-flash profiling provide similar sensory profiling regards prebiotic, low fat and commercial mortadella
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Quality Index Method (QIM) for pacu (Piaractus mesopotamicus), tambaqui (Colossoma macropomum) and tambacu fish: Shelf life prediction and relevant sensory attributes
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory optimization of probiotic marbled cheese using jar scale, penalty analysis and logistic regression
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
The influence of sweeteners in probiotic petit suisse cheese in concentrations equivalent to sucrose
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Using comment analysis to describe sensory attributes of probiotic yogurts
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Cruz, A.G.
Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Influence of descriptive attributes in sensory acceptance of probiotic traditional yogurt with long-chain inulin as a fat replacer
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Cubero-Castillo, E.
University of Costa Rica, Costa Rica
Comparison of three liking methodologies for preferred sucrose level in a liquid, semi-solid and solid foods
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Cunha, L.M.
University of Porto, Portugal
Conceptualization and consumer acceptance of insects-based protein extracts as an innovative source for food and feed production
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Development and application of image-based Kansei engineering to evaluate commercial teas
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 3 - Advances  -  18:00-20:00
 
Impact of dietary vegetable oil levels on the consumer acceptability of senegalese sole edible muscle
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Validation of the Portuguese version of a food and nutrition knowledge questionnaire
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Da Silva, M.A.
Instituto Federal do Sertão Pernambucano - PE, Brazil
The use of  blood and vicera as pâté ingredients: Effect on the expectation and acceptance of consumers
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Damaceno, M.N.
Instituto Federal do Ceará, Brazil
Kafta meat chicken and cashew residue: Development and sensory evaluation
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Mortadella of chicken meat with addition of whey: Development and sensory evaluation
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Danner, L.
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Austria
Effect of different bottle storage temperatures on the sensory profiles of Gruener Veltliner and Zweigelt Wines
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

de Graaf, C.
Wageningen University, The Netherlands
Protein depletion alters brain reward responses to savory food cues
Tuesday 13 August:  Oral Session 5 - Food Choice  -  10:45-12:45
 
The effects of weaning with either fruits or vegetables at the age of 4 - 6  months on vegetable and fruit acceptance at 12 and 23 months.
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

de Graaf, K.
Wageningen University, The Netherlands
Repeated exposure more effective than flavor learning as mechanism to increase vegetable consumption in pre-school children.
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 4 - Age - related  -  18:00-20:00
 

de Kock, H.L.
University of Pretoria, South Africa
Micronised cowpeas: Are they acceptable to consumers in South Africa?
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory and physico-chemical analyses of roasted marama beans (Tylosema esculentum) with specific focus on compounds that may contribute to bitterness
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

De Kock, H.L.
University of Pretoria, South Africa
How can we answer the sensory questions of Africa?
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.1 - Cross-cultural and income-related research  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory characterization of wheat, maize and sorghum steamed breads from Lesotho
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.1 - Cross-cultural and income-related research  -  16:00-18:00
 

de Saldamando, L.
Universidad de la República, Uruguay
Methodological aspects of polarized sensory positioning
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Deegan, K.C.
University of Helsinki, Finland
Positioning of novel reduced-fat cheeses in the commercial space using projective mapping
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Dehlholm, C.
Danish Technological Institute, Denmark
Concept scaling - a novel approach for descriptive product insight
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

DeKlerk, J.M.
Symrise Asia Pacific Pte Ltd, Singapore
Ethnography: An effective consumer research methodology to collect insights on kids in Asia
Thursday 15 August:  Oral Session 11 - Advances  -  09:00-11:00
 

Delahunty, C.M.
CSIRO, Australia
Role of sensory properties in dietary intake and nutritional status
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 9 - Health & wellness  -  14:00-16:00
 

Delarue, J.
AgroParisTech, France
Effect of liking and of psychological traits on consumption behaviour and hunger sensations. Implications for the study of satiation and eating pleasure
Tuesday 13 August:  Oral Session 5 - Food Choice  -  10:45-12:45
 
Use of an implicit association test to measure satiation
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Delgado, J.
Belcorp, Colombia
Evaluation of fragrances diffusivity
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory evaluation of smudge in mascaras for eyelashes
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Delime, P.
University of Nottingham, UK
Application of discrimination tests and d' to characterise key drivers of flavour perception
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Deliza, R.
Embrapa Food Technology, Brazil
Liking and willingness to pay for salt reduction in cooked ham
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Della Lucia, S.M.
Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil
Consumer rejection threshold for irradiation dose in strawberry
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Effect of information on irradiated strawberry acceptance
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Estimating a detection threshold for irradiation dose in strawberry
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Dematte', M.L.
Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy
The sound of chewing and its influence on apple preference drivers
Tuesday 13 August:  Oral Session 6 - Cross-modal  -  10:45-12:45
 

Derks, J.A.M.
TI Food and Nutrition, The Netherlands
Influence of food hardness in gels on mastication and palatal reduction related muscle activity
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Deroy, O.
University of London, UK
Crossmodal associations between flavours and independent sensory features:  Metaphors or perceptual phenomena?
Tuesday 13 August:  Oral Session 6 - Cross-modal  -  10:45-12:45
 

Dettmar, B.
JT-International GmbH, Germany
Underdetermination in arincipal component analysis
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.4 - Sensometrics  -  16:00-18:00
 

Devezeaux de Lavergne, M.
TI Food and Nutrition, The Netherlands
First bite properties influence subsequent dynamic texture perception of food gels: A comparison between QDA and TDS
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 
Linking dynamic texture perception to oral processing and bolus properties of food gels
Thursday 15 August:  Oral Session 12 - Instrumental  -  09:00-11:00
 

Domon, S.
Kao corp., Japan
Analysis of flavor characteristics of high-chlorogenic acid coffee with decreased unfavorable taste components using a novel perceived intensity measurement device
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Dreyfuss, L.
BIOFORTIS, France
Application guide of the sensory analysis standards for cosmetics products proposed by AFNOR
Monday 12 August:  Workshop 1 - Sensory evaluation and cosmetology  -  14:00-16:00
 
Drivers of emotions better than drivers of liking?
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Implicit association test to measure emotions
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Drügg Vianna, M.
MBV, Brazil
Keynote presentation - 1
Sunday 11 August:  Keynote talk 1 - M. Drügg Vianna  -  15:00-16:00
 

Dutra, M.B.L.
Federal Institute of Triângulo Mineiro, Brazil
Consumer acceptance of low-calorie acerola nectar
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Equi-sweetness of acerola nectar sweetened with different sweeteners
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Multiple time-intensity analysis of acerola nectar
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory profile of acerola nectar sweetened with sucrose and different sweeteners
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Eaton, C.
The University of Nottingham, UK
Happiness from hoppiness? Using consumer lexicons to compare emotional response between the UK and Spain
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Ellis, A.C.
Facultad de Quimica, Uruguay
Flash profiling to assess the influence of knowledge on the sensory perception of virgin olive oils
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Emrick, M.
H.J. Heinz Company, USA
Product labs - advancing qualitative research beyond traditional focus groups
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Three in one tool - advancing consumer research  through the application of mind genomics to answer product development needs in a challenging economic environment
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 3 - Advances  -  18:00-20:00
 

Ennis, J.M.
The Institute for Perception, USA
Developments in applicability and CATA scoring
Thursday 15 August:  Workshop 6 - Using CATA questions for sensory profiling: Do's and don'ts  -  09:00-11:00
 
Power and precision in the Tetrad and degree of difference tests
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Esteban, K.
BELCORP, Peru
Evaluation of the intensity of perfume : In vivo hair and in vitro hair conducted by trained judges
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Esteves, T.
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Sensory shelf life estimation of an instant soy-coffee beverage by survival analysis
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Favalli, S.
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Do you say it like you eat it? The sound symbolism of food names and its role in the multisensory product experience and perception of uniqueness
Tuesday 13 August:  Oral Session 6 - Cross-modal  -  10:45-12:45
 
Food choice and consumer behavior within a culture: When socio-cultural context shapes the multisensory perception of food
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Féderle, S.
Grupo Boticário, Brazil
Development of an olfactive sensorial method for evaluation of fine fragrances trail
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory measurement of skin long lasting of fragrance in soaps.
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Fenko, A.
University of Twente, The Netherlands
Effects of slogans on acceptance of an unknown food product: The role of food neophobia
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Fermín, N.
Universidad de Oriente, Venezuela
Descriptive profile and consumer acceptability on prototype dehydrated rib broth
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Fernandes, A.B.
Mondelēz International, Brazil
QMA mapping technique deployed across snacking product category
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Fernandes, M.
Universidade Federal Do Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Kids acceptance and influencing factors of school lunch meals in Brazil
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Fiches, G.
INRA Thiverval-Grignon, France
Effects of the non volatile fraction of matrices on the sensory perception of brandies
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Predicting sensory characteristics of brandies by using their volatile release profiles
Thursday 15 August:  Oral Session 12 - Instrumental  -  09:00-11:00
 

Findlay, C.J.
Compusense Inc., Canada
Sensory informed design: An effective clustering of incomplete block consumer data
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 10 - Sensometrics  -  14:00-16:00
 

Findlay, M.P.
Compusense, Canada
Visualizing temporal sensory data using animated scatterplots, boxplots, and bagplots
Tuesday 13 August:  Workshop 3 - Recent advances in sensometrics  -  10:45-12:45
 

Fisher, H.J.
University of Pretoria, South Africa
Consumers' responses to food images: A new application of Q-methodology in sensory research
Thursday 15 August:  Oral Session 11 - Advances  -  09:00-11:00
 

Fiszman, S.
Instituto de Agroquímica y Tecnología de Alimentos (IATA-CSIC), Spain
How formulation affects the temporal oral perception of ice cream
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensations perceived at different stages of the oral processing of biscuits. Use of free choice profile
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Foudrier, C.
Mars Petcare Europe, Germany
Tapping into the unconscious mind of the cat food consumer
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Freitas, D.G.C.
Embrapa Food Technology, Brazil
Consumer perception of red wine from Brazilian tropical semi-arid winery added of organic acids for pH adjusting
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Development of an acceptable beverage based on "Saracura-mirá" plant
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Preference test to select different species and genotypes of passion fruit for juice formulation
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Use of open-ended question methodology to identify drivers of liking of concentrated blackberry juices
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Freitas, M.L.F.
University of Campinas, Brazil
Descriptive sensory profile and acceptance of pitanga (Eugenia uniflora L.) nectar
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Pitanga (Eugenia Uniflora L.) nectar: Sweetness and bitterness time-intensity profile
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Fuchimoto, J.
Sapporo Breweries LTD, Japan
The effect of ester flavor on the perception of beer
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.6 - Cross-modal interactions  -  16:00-18:00
 

Gaillet, M.
Centre des Sciences du Goût et de l'Alimentation, F-21000 Dijon, France
Impact of a non-consciously perceived odour on subsequent food choices
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Gallotti, M.E.
UFRJ / COPPEAD, Brazil
Values and motivations linked to the consumption of functional foods and nutricosmetics yogurt: an exploratory study with Brazilian consumers
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Galmarini, M.V.
UCA, Argentina
Static vs. dynamic liking in chewing gum: A new approach using a background task and a natural setting.
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Galvão, M.T.E.L.
Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil
Consumer Study and Sensory Profile (CATA) of fermented sausages with reduced sodium content
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.3 - Sensory properties for health and wellness  -  16:00-18:00
 
Effect of prebiotic fibers as fat substitute on the acceptability and sensory profile of low sodium frankfurter
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Perception of students of the University of Campinas on consumption and risks of high dietary salt intake.
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.4 - Age-related sensory perception and behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Gámbaro, A.
Facultad de Quimica, Uruguay
Olive oil objective and subjective knowledge – a comparison between populations with different consumption rates
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Garcia, A.O.
LAFISE/CCQA - Institute of Food Technology, Brazil
Comparison between adult and children acceptability of a new product for children consumption
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Comparison of three statistical analyses for CATA data
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.4 - Sensometrics  -  16:00-18:00
 

Garcia-Barron, S.E.
Posgrado Interinstitucional en Ciencia y Tecnología (PICYT), Mexico
Classifying different mezcal spirits through sensory descriptors and artificial neural networks
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Garcia-Quiroga, M.
AZTI-TECNALIA, Spain
The role of aeration in the control of food intake by bayesian network modelling
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

García, X.
Fundación Universitaria Konrad Lorenz, Colombia
Crossmodal correspondence between touch and sound stimuli and its relation to a cosmetic product preference
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.6 - Cross-modal interactions  -  16:00-18:00
 

Garruti, D.S.
Embrapa Tropical Agroindustry, Brazil
Defining Brazilians preferences of improved resistant banana Prata varieties
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Descriptive sensory profile of raw and toasted cashew nuts
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Using sensory analysis as a tool to formulate a vegetable hamburger from cashew fiber and caupi beans
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Gasperi, F.
Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy
How does flavouring influence apple liking?
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Predicting apple sensory properties by instrumental measurements:odour, flavour, texture and colour
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Gaudette, N.J.
Government of Alberta, Canada
Don't be bitter: Optimising bitterness reduction through blocker, sweetener and odourant combinations
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.6 - Cross-modal interactions  -  16:00-18:00
 
Impact of sodium reduction strategies on the flavour and acceptability of meat products
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.3 - Sensory properties for health and wellness  -  16:00-18:00
 

Germain, D.
ACCE International, Canada
Beyond the CLT
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Combining consumer methods: An application in Canadian wine
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Giacalone, D.
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Do CATA questions bias overall liking ratings?
Thursday 15 August:  Workshop 6 - Using CATA questions for sensory profiling: Do's and don'ts  -  09:00-11:00
 
Patterns of product-context associations among beer consumers
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 3 - Advances  -  18:00-20:00
 
The effect of stimulus "collative" properties on consumers' flavour preferences
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Giboreau, A.
Institut Paul Bocuse, France
Anthropology as a necessary approach for consumer insights - the example of eating and drinking practices in Brazil
Wednesday 14 August:  Workshop 5 - Latin America, a unique cultural landscape: What challenges for a successful sensory & consumer research?  -  14:00-16:00
 
French culinary representations and gastronomic culture : The place of  taste
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.6  -  16:00-18:00
 
Perception of foods as "home-made": Influence of the industrial process and culinary gesture on representations of French consumers
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Ginon, E.
LESSAC - ESC Dijon, France
Evaluating consumers' sustainable choice of wine: A store experiment
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Glebe, D.
SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, Sweden
Sensory evaluation of sound
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Godoy, R.C.B.
Embrapa Forestry, Brazil
Addition of passion fruit pulp as an alternative to enhance the flavor and nutritional value of a soybean beverage
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Quantitative Descriptive Analysis (QDA) of smoked bologna sausage prepared with Nile tilapia minced and wheat fiber
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Go, J-E.
Ewha Womans University, Republic of Korea
Utilizing CATA to glocalize ethnic style beef marinades
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Gomes, C.L.
Faculty of Food Engineering, Brazil
Effect of cooking method and endpoint temperatures acceptance of samples of of beef striploin (M. longissimus dorsi)
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory descriptive profile of beef striploin (M. longissimus dorsi) submitted to two cooking methods with three endpoint temperatures
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Gomez-Corona, C.
Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico
Effect of brand and blind conditions in the emotional mapping of alcoholic drinks
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Goupil de Bouille, A.
Leatherhead Food Research, UK
Application of the kano model of consumer satisfaction in food and health care products
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Co-operation between TAS2R38 and gustin influences the bitterness perception of sweeteners
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 
Investigating the dynamic perception of bulk sweeteners using temporal dominance of sensation and progressive profiling
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Gramza-Michalowska, A.
University of Life Sciences in Poznan, Poland
Designing of bioactive food products with tea Camellia sinensis plant components assigned for obese individuals
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.6  -  16:00-18:00
 

Granito, M.G.
Simón Bolivar University, Venezuela
Acceptability and free choice profile of a chocolate beverage based on Cajanus cajan and Pisum sativum
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Granli, B.S.
Nofima, Norway
65+ a largely ignored gold mine in the market?
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 4 - Age - related  -  18:00-20:00
 

Granvogl, M.
Technical University of Munich-German, Germany
Characterization of the key aroma compounds in bartlett (Williams Christ) pear brandy using the molecular sensory science concept
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Graves, K.
Kraft Foods, USA
Leveraging social media for consumer aided design
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Grunert, K.G.
Aarhus University, Denmark
Measuring acceptance of new food product concepts: The role of cognitive mediation
Thursday 15 August:  Oral Session 11 - Advances  -  09:00-11:00
 

Guilbot, N.
PepsiCo International, UK
Impact of visual perception on overall liking : Does measuring facial expression provide an additional dimension to classic quantitative approaches?
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Guilloux, M.
ONIRIS, France
Dynamic perception of saltiness and salt release obtained by AMADEUS masticator : contribution of complementary methods to reduce salt content in bakery products
Thursday 15 August:  Oral Session 12 - Instrumental  -  09:00-11:00
 

Guizani, N.
Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
Effects of physico-chemical properties of date fruits on its sensory texture and its relationship with instrumental texture profile analysis (TPA)
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Gularte, M.A.
Federal University of Pelotas, Brazil
Acceptability of vegetarian pie
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Development and acceptance of cookies gluten free and high protein
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Gutjar, S.
Wageningen University, The Netherlands
Emotional responses to unlabelled and labelled food products and their influence on food choice
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Haese, G.
CSTB, AQUASIM, France
Objective quality, intensity and hedonic dimensions prediction using sensory analysis and physiological measurements
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Hampshire, J.
University of Applied Sciences Fulda, Germany
Comparison of taste perception and acceptance of fruit juices among Cameroonian and German Students - Cross-cultural Study
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Hanaei, F.
Société Scientifique d'Hygiène Alimentaire, France
Consumer texture descriptions of a set of model dairy products
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Haugaard, P.
Aarhus University, Denmark
Consumers' perceived meal satisfaction
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Hayes, J.E.
Penn State, USA
Perceived bitterness of non-nutritive sweeteners: covariation across sweeteners and relationships with TAS2R receptor gene polymorphisms
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 
Rejection thresholds: An overdue tool in the psychophysics toolbox
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Hehn, P.F.R.
isi GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
Branding non-olfactory brands by scents
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 
The sensory consumer journey. A case study on hair wax assessing gratified motives
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Henn, P.F.R.
isi GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
Testing for similarity in descriptive analysis
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Herencia, P.
Belcorp, Colombia
Crossmodal correspondence between color and odor of a fragrance, relationship with the choice of the fragrance
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.6 - Cross-modal interactions  -  16:00-18:00
 

Hewson, L.
University of Nottingham, UK
Taste sensitivity - what has Gustin got to do with it?
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Hoppert, K.
Technische University Dresden, Germany
Getting insight into food choice – A new approach combining adaptive conjoint analyses and sensory preference tests
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 7 - Product development  -  10:45-12:45
 

Hort, J.
Univeristy of Nottingham, UK
To sip or spit - that is the question..........the impact of consumption protocol on perception
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Hough, G.
ISETA, Argentina
Food-choice motives and food-related emotions: Comparison of low- and medium-income populations
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 1 - Cross cultural  -  14:00-16:00
 
Freely available software for descriptive analysis data acquisition
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.4 - Sensometrics  -  16:00-18:00
 
What do we know (and don't know) about food acceptability in low-income populations?
Monday 12 August:  Plenary talk 2 - G. Hough  -  10:35-11:05
 

Huber, L.S.
Ingredion Incorporated, Brazil
Sensory capabilities development: Global alignment for global companies
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Imamura, M.
Kikkoman Co., Ltd., Japan
Effects of soy sauce aroma on taste perception
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.6 - Cross-modal interactions  -  16:00-18:00
 

Issanchou, S.
INRA, France
Creation of a food taste database using an in-home profile method
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Jackson, D.
Leatherhead Food Research, UK
Consumer attitudes to science in food (including nanotechnology)
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Consumer perceptions of freshness and freshness claims using two different qualitative techniques - group discussion and laddering interviews
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
The positioning of overall liking question in consumer research
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Jaeger, S.R.
New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research Ltd, New Zealand
A new look at believability measures in concept testing: A weight management case study
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Genetically determined odour acuity affects experience and consumption-related behaviours for foods/beverages and personal/household care products
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 8 - Fundamentals  -  10:45-12:45
 
What is consumer research?
Tuesday 13 August:  Plenary talk 6 - S. Jaeger  -  09:40-10:10
 

Jallat, J.
Firmenich, Switzerland
Research with consumers living at the top and at the bottom of the (economic) Pyramid
Monday 12 August:  Plenary talk 3 - J. Jallat  -  11:10-11:40
 

Japur, C.C.
Laboratório de Práticas e Comportamento Alimentar, Curso de Nutrição e Metabolismo, USP, Ribeirão Preto, Brazil
Influence of body weight and energy density on food quantity estimatives
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Jensen, S.
Aarhus University, Denmark
Colour-aroma-taste interactions - a descriptive analysis approach on trinary cross-modal interactions
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.6 - Cross-modal interactions  -  16:00-18:00
 
Do descriptive analysis and consumer studies of dishes make sense?
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Karam, L.B.
PUCPR, Brazil
Profile of a consumer of sausages free of chemical additives: At-home testing
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensorial profile of smoked fish sausage prepared from minced fish of filleting wastes of Nile tilapia
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Kasamatsu, C.
Ajinomoto Co.,Inc., Japan
Study comparing IPM and LSATM to enable to determine the sensory drivers for liking of strawberry jams palatability by Japanese consumers
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Kawasaki, H.
Ajinomoto Co., Inc., Japan
Application of temporal dominance of sensations (TDS) method to three basic taste solutions
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Kaye, A.
Firmenich, Inc., USA
Maximizing consumer understanding through the integration of subconscious emotional reactions within traditional quantitative research
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

KellySmalls, L.
The Procter and Gamble Company, USA
Sensory science is fun!!! Procter and gamble brings the five senses to life for youth
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Kern, M.J.
SAM Sensory and Marketing International GmbH, Germany
Sensory & consumer research in the context of ethical responsibility in modern marketing
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory TURF role in managing product line optimization  
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
The SAM pre-mapping tool - Efficient rapid profiling for fast and reliable sensory screening of a high number of products
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Kidmose, U.
Aarhus University, Denmark
The effect of culinary preparations on sensory quality and chemical composition of celeriac
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Kim, E.J.
Ewha Woman's University, Republic of Korea
Preference and attitude of sushi among Seoul, New York and Hong Kong consumers
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.1 - Cross-cultural and income-related research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Kim, J.Y.
Ewha Womans University, Republic of Korea
Identifying patterns of variation in sweet liking in model systems and beverages
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Kim, K.O.
Ewha Womans University, Republic of Korea
Does sample tasting protocol affect perception of saltiness?
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Effect of flavour familiarity on the acceptance of barbeque sauce: A cross-cultural approach
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.1 - Cross-cultural and income-related research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Kim, K.O.K.
Ewha Womans University, Republic of Korea
Perception of various balsamic vinegars using sorted napping and check-all-that-apply: An Italian-Korean cross cultural comparison
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.1 - Cross-cultural and income-related research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Kim, Y.K.
AMOREPACIFIC Co., R&D Center, Republic of Korea
Cross-cultural comparison of consumer perception of green tea products using Napping®: Korea and France
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.1 - Cross-cultural and income-related research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Kim, Y-K.
Amorepacific Corporation, Republic of Korea
Sensory determinants of nuttiness in soymilk: What is the most influential attribute for consumer perception of nuttiness?
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

King, E.S.
University of California, Davis, USA
Regional characteristics of Malbec wines from Argentina and the US
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.4 - Sensometrics  -  16:00-18:00
 

Kirchhoff, S.
L'Oréal, France
Multiple paired comparison versus conventional sensory profile
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
PLS PM (SEM) application to modelize consumer terms with sensory and instrumental evaluation
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 
Understanding product satisfaction by assessing the daily dynamics of sensory and emotional characteristics of makeup
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Kobayakawa, T.
National Institute of Advanced Science and Technology, Japan
Time intensity measurement for after taste of beverage, using new developed device
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Koppel, K.
Kansas State University, USA
Consumption Profiling: an Example with Pomegranate Juices
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.6  -  16:00-18:00
 
Flavor, aroma, and acceptance of dry dog food
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Kos, I.
University of Zagreb Faculty of Agriculture, Croatia
The effect of production season on sensory characteristics of Dalmatian ham
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Krzeminski, A.
Universitaet Hohenheim, Germany
Particle size, rheology and tribology: new ways to describe textural creaminess in whey protein enriched yogurt systems
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Kuesten, C.L.
Amway, USA
Using PANAS (Positive and Negative Affect Schedule) to measure consumer emotions associated with aromas of phytonutrient supplements
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.3 - Sensory properties for health and wellness  -  16:00-18:00
 

Kuldjärv, R.
Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
Comparing aroma profiles of different forms of basil using GC-Olfactometry and descriptive sensory analysis
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 
Impact of fermentation activator usage on low-alcohol cider flavour profile
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Kumar, J.
Kansas State University, USA
Comparing hedonic responses of middle school children towards healthy and unhealthy snack foods
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.3 - Sensory properties for health and wellness  -  16:00-18:00
 
Neophobic tendencies and dietary behavior in 16-19 year old female college students from Southern India
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Kunieda, S.
Takasago International Corporation, Japan
Flavour perception and preference by the way of drinking in RTD coffee
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Kuznetsova, A.
Danish Technical University, DTU, Denmark
lmerTest: The R-package for making mixed modeling easy to use.
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.4 - Sensometrics  -  16:00-18:00
 

Laaksonen, O.
University of Turku, Finland
Learning about senses: Associating colours to sweet and sour taste
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Lähteenmäki, L.
Aarhus University, MAPP, Denmark
Expected and experienced tastiness contribute to willingness to buy a product
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Laine, J.
VTT Technical research centre of Finland, Finland
A novel methodology for improved data quality in consumer survey
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Lange, C.
CNRS, UMR6265 Centre des Sciences du Goût et de l’Alimentation, France
Can improving a biscuit's nutritional characteristics be compatible with maintaining it sensory quality?
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Could a sensory education improve taste identification, willingness to taste vegetables and food memory in 5 to 7 years-old children?
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 4 - Age - related  -  18:00-20:00
 

Lapa-Guimarães, J.
Faculty of Animal Science and Food Engineering - University of São Paulo, Brazil
Impact of cropping system, price and convenience on the willingness to purchase lettuce
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Lapis, T.J.
Oregon State University, USA
Role of salivary α-amylase in carbohydrate sensing
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Laureati, M.
University of Milan, Italy
Consumer's expectation for Sangiovese red wines: Influence of production area on hedonic judgements
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Lawlor, J.B.
Danone Research, The Netherlands
Emotional and functional meanings of medical nutrition products and fast moving consumer goods.  Part I: Application of repertory grid for the development of a lexicon
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Expected and actual liking scores for medical nutrition products: Understanding the importance of packaging cues to overall liking in healthy elderly in France
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Introduction of texture to infants: Sensory and physical characteristics of complementary foods with lumps
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Lee, H-S.
Ewha Womans University, Republic of Korea
Discriminations of duo-trio tests improved when a preferred sample was given as the reference
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Lee, S.M.
University of California, Davis, USA
Does hedonic judgment play a role in the process of projective mapping for untrained consumer subjects?
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
When it comes to understanding consumer hedonic responses, should we consider holism when collecting sensory information?
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Leite, E.C.
university of Brazil, Brazil
Determination of shelf-life of mango juice light with FOS
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Lê, M.T.
Agrocampus Ouest, Rennes, France
A methodology for better understanding consumer emotional states within a cross-cultural context: Where western and eastern cultures meet
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Lessa, K.
University of Valencia, Spain
Study of consumer perception of the use of healthy menus
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Liggett, R.
Givaudan Flavors Corp., USA
Multiple perspectives of language, profiling and TDS are key to insight for health & wellness products
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.3 - Sensory properties for health and wellness  -  16:00-18:00
 
Ranking: An alternative approach to finding small differences and indicating preference in beverages
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Liggett, R.E.
Givaudan, USA
Using experimental design to determine optimal levels of unique flavor characteristics for lemonade via ortho-nasal aroma evaluations
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Lima, L.
Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Brazil
Correlation between sensorial and chemical characterization of tropical wines
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Lima, R.C.
Sense Test, Lda, Portugal
Intention to buy private labels' food products: An application of the theory of planned behaviour
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
On the selection of consumers for a descriptive panel group to evaluate new products from the application of innovative food processing technologies
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Lim, J.
Oregon State University, USA
Taste-odor interactions: Potential mechanisms and implications
Tuesday 13 August:  Oral Session 6 - Cross-modal  -  10:45-12:45
 

Loescher, E.
LVMH Recherche, France
Preference mapping on selective liquid foundation
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 
Specificities of make up sensory analysis.
Monday 12 August:  Workshop 1 - Sensory evaluation and cosmetology  -  14:00-16:00
 

Lorilleux, C.
Nestlé Product Technology Centre Konolfingen, Switzerland
Focus group discussion with 7-8 years old children : A case study
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Lundahl, D.
InsightsNow, USA
A CATA penalty (reward) analysis against consumer benefits for product guidance
Thursday 15 August:  Workshop 6 - Using CATA questions for sensory profiling: Do's and don'ts  -  09:00-11:00
 

Lunel, B.
Repères, France
Taking into account the non verbal reactions to screen out new fragrances developments
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 2 - Non-food  -  14:00-16:00
 

MacFie, H.
Hal MacFie Sensory Training Ltd, UK
Open access and data processing of social media (Twitter) data - a new and valuable consumer research instrument
Thursday 15 August:  Oral Session 11 - Advances  -  09:00-11:00
 
Recent advances in sensometrics
Tuesday 13 August:  Workshop 3 - Recent advances in sensometrics  -  10:45-12:45
 

Machado, B.A.S.
Serviço Nacional de Aprendizagem Industrial, Brazil
Sensory evaluation of curd made from different lactic cultures of Lactococcus spp compared to commercial culture
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Maciel, M.I.S.
Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Brazil
Sensory evaluation and physicochemical characteristics of cheeses type “coalho” integral and light
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Madruga, M.S.
UFPB, Brazil
Development and acceptance of fish balls as a way to add value to species Acanthurus chirurgus
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Effect of sodium tripolyphosphate and calcium chloride concentrations on the sensory characteristics of marinated goat meat
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Maitre, I.
Groupe ESA, France
Food behaviour and health patterns in the French elderly population
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.4 - Age-related sensory perception and behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Maître, I.
Groupe ESA, France
Food selectivity and pickiness in adulthood: An age and gender-related behaviour?
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.4 - Age-related sensory perception and behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Majchrzak, D.
University of Vienna, Austria
Cut salt level in the diet - partial salt replacement by KCl in model soups
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.3 - Sensory properties for health and wellness  -  16:00-18:00
 
Impact of short sensory education on odour and taste perception of school children in Austria
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 
Odour and taste identification abilities of Austrian elderly
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.4 - Age-related sensory perception and behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
The impact of milk addition on sensory properties and the antioxidant potential of coffee
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Marcellini, P.S.
UNIRIO, Brazil
Knowledge, belief and intention to purchase of nutrition students about the use of GMF
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Martinez, K.
California Polytechnic State University, USA
Using self-selected emotion images and hedonics to evaluate reduced sodium mozzarella cheese with and without flavor enhancers
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Marton, G.H.P.
ITAL - Food Technology Institute, Brazil
Sensory evaluation of apples: Acceptability differences among age groups
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.4 - Age-related sensory perception and behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Masi, C.
University of Florence, Italy
An approach to measure emotions in food product experience in a blind and branded condition
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Temporal Dominance of Sensations: the use of  frequency values for data analysis and interpretation
Thursday 15 August:  Oral Session 11 - Advances  -  09:00-11:00
 

Mawhinney, S.
Colmar Brunton Australia, Australia
Predicting consumer liking: Preference mapping across food & beverage categories
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Maya, C.
University of Oxford, UK
Assessing the influence of shape on consumer's visual exploration of product packaging
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Medel, M.
Department of Agro-Industry and Enology, Faculty of Agronomical Sciences, University of Chile, Chile
Glass bottle colour and artificial light storage: Changes in the sensorial properties of a Sauvignon Blanc wine
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 
Influence of arabic gum and carboxymethylcellulose  in the tannin-protein interaction and its eventual effect in the astringency
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 
The Influence of tannin- anthocyanins interaction in the tannin-protein interaction and the effect in the perception of astringency in the red wines
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Meinert, L.
Danish Meat Research Institute (DMRI), Denmark
The flavour of meat products with added bioactive components
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.3 - Sensory properties for health and wellness  -  16:00-18:00
 

Meiselman, H.L.
Herb Meiselman Training and Consulting Services, USA
A method for development of EsSense25 - a shorter version of the EsSense(R) Profile
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 3 - Advances  -  18:00-20:00
 

Melo, L.
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian cashew tree gum used as nectar stabilizer
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
The Brazilian way to consume Açaí: Do Guaraná and sugar concentrations influence on acceptance?
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Menezes, E.M.S.
UFRJ - Macae campus, Brazil
Low-income teenagers attitudes about general health interest and fruit and vegetables as functional foods: A pilot study among Brazilians
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.4 - Age-related sensory perception and behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Menichelli, E.
Nofima AS, Norway
Alternative methods for combining information about products, consumers and consumers' acceptance based on path modelling
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 10 - Sensometrics  -  14:00-16:00
 
The relation between specific and overall liking scores
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.4 - Sensometrics  -  16:00-18:00
 

Mentavlos, A.
CSSdatatelligence, USA
Overall liking and overall preference/ranking disparity trends
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Methven, L.
University of Reading, UK
A new rapid detection threshold method for use with older adults: Reducing fatigue whilst maintaining accuracy
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.4 - Age-related sensory perception and behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Changes in taste, olfaction and mouthfeel perception and acceptance with age and frailty: Implications for food and meal design
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 4 - Age - related  -  18:00-20:00
 
Umami : Suppressed by all other tastes but itself an enhancer of salty and sweet perception
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.6 - Cross-modal interactions  -  16:00-18:00
 

Mialon, V.S.
MMR Research Worldwide Inc, USA
Understanding the linkages between product sensory characteristics and the emotional and functional conceptualisations they engender in children
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Michel, C.
University of Oxford, UK
A taste of Kandinsky: Enhancing expectations and experience through the use of art-inspired food presentation
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Mielby, L.H.
Aarhus University, Denmark
Do colour and aroma really matter when it comes to the perception of tonic water beverages? -Differences in crossmodal interaction results from a descriptive panel and consumers
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.6 - Cross-modal interactions  -  16:00-18:00
 

Miele, A.
Embrapa Uva e Vinho, Brazil
Sensory characteristics of Brazilian sparkling wines of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grape clones
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Miraballes, M.
Universidad de la República, Uruguay
Sensory description of Andean corn gluten-free pasta using flash profile
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Mitterer-Daltoé, M.L.
Federal University of Rio Grande, Brazil
Better understanding the reasons underlying low fish consumption via Structural Equation Modelling (SEM)
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Consumer's factors underlying food choice in Brazil - Towards the understanding of low fish consumption
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Understanding perceived healthfulness of fish products: An eye-tracking investigation
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Monnier, M.
Repères, France
Bayesian networks and cross-cultural analysis in fine fragrances: How to reveal remarkable insights from vast databases?
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 1 - Cross cultural  -  14:00-16:00
 

Morais, E.C.
University of Campinas, Brazil
Descriptive analysis of the prebiotic and diet chocolate dairy dessert
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Ideal and equivalent sweetness in prebiotic chocolate dairy dessert
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Prebiotic effect in sensory aspects of chocolate dairy dessert
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.3 - Sensory properties for health and wellness  -  16:00-18:00
 

Morales, R.
INIA, Chile
Effect of country of origin on beef acceptability and consumer expectation
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Mora, M.
Universidad De Chile, Chile
Chilean consumer preferences towards shrimp: Country of origin, process and price
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Relationship between perceived quality, satisfaction and purchase intent in retail distribution channels bottled wines in Santiago de Chile.
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Moreira, R.T.
Universidade Federal da Paraiba, Brazil
Profile and consumer habits of flocked corn flour
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Mounayar, R.
1Université de Bourgogne, France
Is saliva composition related to oral fat sensitivity or exposure?
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 8 - Fundamentals  -  10:45-12:45
 

Moura, D.B.
BRF, Brazil
Evaluation of food service products: Perception of users and their costumers
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Preference map of margarine using CATA and flash profile techniques
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Muñoz, A.
IRIS: International Resources for Insights and Solutions, USA
Current status of and new developments in the field of QC/Sensory evaluation
Wednesday 14 August:  Plenary talk 7 - A. Muñoz  -  08:30-09:00
 

Mura, E.
Suntory Business Expert Limited, Japan
Exploring sweet taste preferences across age and familiarity of sweeteners
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Nachtsheim, R.
University Gießen, Germany
Fungiform papilla count and the ability to perceive fat influence food intake during a breakfast buffet
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 8 - Fundamentals  -  10:45-12:45
 
Perception of heat intensity affected by capsaicin in different model food matrices
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Nascimento, A.B.
Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Factors that generated dissatisfaction among celiac consumers
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Gluten-free food products: Satisfaction and desires of celiac consumer group
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Neto, C.
Paulista University, Brazil
Evaluation of threshold detection of sweet taste in elderly: Relation with nutritional status and presence of diabetes mellitus type 2
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.3 - Sensory properties for health and wellness  -  16:00-18:00
 

Nhoque, M.C.Z.
BRF, Brazil
Extracting and prioritizing consumers demanded sensory characteristics of meat product in different culinary preparations
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Users and consumers perception in food service products
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Niimi, J.
University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
The interaction of taste and aroma on the perception of cheese flavour intensity and character.
Tuesday 13 August:  Oral Session 6 - Cross-modal  -  10:45-12:45
 

Niizu, P.Y.
BRF, Brazil
The importance of testing packaging usability with consumers
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Nilsen, A.
Örebro University, Sweden
Measuring the ideal match of food and wine
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Noronha, R.
Perception Sensory and Consumer Studies, Brazil
Sensory evaluation of hair care products: Specificities discussion and study presentation
Monday 12 August:  Workshop 1 - Sensory evaluation and cosmetology  -  14:00-16:00
 

Novello, D.
State University of the Central-West, Brazil
Addition of inulin on flavored breads: Physicochemical composition and sensory acceptance among school children
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Development of carrot cupcakes added flaxseed flour (linum usitatissimum l.): Physicochemical composition and sensory acceptability among children
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Effect of addition inulin in banana cake: Physicochemical and sensory analysis between children
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Effect of addition of fructooligosaccharides in coconut biscuits: Acceptability sensory and physical and chemical composition
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Elaboration of cookies added yacon flour (Smallanthus sonchifolius): Physicochemical characterization and sensory acceptability among patients with Diabetes Mellitus
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Elaboration, physicochemical composition and sensory evaluation of kibbeh inulin added between children
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Elaboration, physicochemical composition and sensory evaluation of oats cake with addition amaranth between children
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory and physicochemical characterization of ice creams formulated with butiá (butia eriospatha) for under school childrens
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory characteristics of beet cake with added fructooligosaccharides by children in pre-school phase
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Nuessli Guth, J.
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Reporting and communicating emotions in the German language
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 3 - Advances  -  18:00-20:00
 

Nunez sanchez, C.
universidad Catolica Argentina, Argentina
New citric flavor  for flavoured Water
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

O’Mahony, M.
University of California, Davis, USA
Difference tests: What happens in the head?
Wednesday 14 August:  Plenary talk 8 - M. O’Mahony  -  09:05-09:35
 

Okajima, K.
Yokohama National University, Japan
Luminance distribution asymmetry modifies vegetable freshness perception
Thursday 15 August:  Oral Session 12 - Instrumental  -  09:00-11:00
 

Oliveira, A.S.B.
Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense Darcy Ribeiro, Brazil
Acceptance of a gluten-free cookies with unfermented cassava starch and the Brazil nut
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.3 - Sensory properties for health and wellness  -  16:00-18:00
 
Optimization of the  acceptance of low-sodium cooked rice
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.3 - Sensory properties for health and wellness  -  16:00-18:00
 

Oliveira, R.S.
Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brazil
Sensory evaluation and consumer profile of cassava flour produced in Nazare - BA
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Olsen, A.
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Optimizing mere exposure: How are vegetables most efficiently served to children?
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Olsen, N.V.
Nofima, Norway
Stated likelihood of eating undercooked hamburgers: The role of emotions and context
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Onuma, T.
Tohoku University, Japan
Is it true that unfamiliar brands are the meaningless symbols?
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Ormenese, R.C.S.C.
Food Technology Institute, Brazil
Correlating sensory and instrumental texture of preserved hearts of palm
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Orquin, J.L.
Aarhus University, Denmark
What you see is what you buy: How saliency and surface size of packaging elements influence attention and choice
Monday 12 August:  Workshop 2 - Using eye-tracking methodology in consumer science  -  18:00-20:00
 

Ortiz-Paredes, M.
Symrise, Mexico
Chocolate Pleasure: Sensory performance and mood response of children
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Osdoba, K.E.
University of Minnesota, USA
Using food to reduce stress: Effects of choosing meal components and preparing a meal
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 9 - Health & wellness  -  14:00-16:00
 

Paiosin, G.
State University of Campinas, Brazil
Sweeteners in passion fruit juice: Sweetening power and acceptance
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Palmujoki, I.
University of Helsinki, Finland
School meal acceptance in 8-12 -year-old children
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.4 - Age-related sensory perception and behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Panovska, Z.
Institute of Chemical Technology Prague, Czech Republic
Sensory perception of sodium chloride and its substitutes
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.3 - Sensory properties for health and wellness  -  16:00-18:00
 

Paravisini, L.
CNRS, UMR6265 CSGA, France
Impact of volatile odorants and high molecular weight compounds on the caramel aroma perception
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Paul Mukhopadhyay, S.
E H Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation, Australia
Consumer preferences towards chickpeas- a cross-cultural study between Indian and Australian consumers
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Pavanello, K.
Unilever, Brazil
Latin America: Cultural differences and impact on ways to research in Personal & Home care categories
Wednesday 14 August:  Workshop 5 - Latin America, a unique cultural landscape: What challenges for a successful sensory & consumer research?  -  14:00-16:00
 

Pecore, S.D.
General Mills, Inc., USA
Ranked-scaling: A new descriptive panel approach for rating small differences when using anchored intensity scales
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Peltier, C.
INRA, CSGA (UMR 1324), France
Principal component analysis versus canonical variate analysis for the analysis of sensory profiles. Meta-analysis of 387 sensory datasets
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 10 - Sensometrics  -  14:00-16:00
 

Peper, N.L.
McCormick & Company, Inc., USA
Social media and the millennial eating experience
Thursday 15 August:  Oral Session 11 - Advances  -  09:00-11:00
 

Perrin, L.
Pierre Fabre Dermo-Cosmétique, France
Description by sensory profile of skin care products
Monday 12 August:  Workshop 1 - Sensory evaluation and cosmetology  -  14:00-16:00
 
Sniff-test and consumers' feedback as a tool for selecting perfumes matching best with a dermo-cosmetic concept
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Picallo, A.B.
Buenos Aires University, Argentina
Sensory meat quality of MEJ (young bulls) from the Northwest region of Argentina: The new category of meat
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Piggott, J.
Universidade Estadual Paulista, Brazil
Not all in the mind - the chemistry of flavour
Sunday 11 August:  Keynote talk 2 - J. Piggott  -  16:30-17:30
 

Pineau, N.
Nestlé Research Centre, Switzerland
Extension of TDS to multi-bite evaluation
Wednesday 14 August:  Workshop 4 - Multi-bites or multi-sips TDS with untrained subjects: A live demonstration on chocolates  -  10:45-12:45
 
There is no need for replicates in descriptive sensory studies once the panel is well trained
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.4 - Sensometrics  -  16:00-18:00
 

Pineda-Castro, M.L.
University of Costa Rica, Costa Rica
Sensory attributes comparison among whole, skimmed and lactose-free (whole and skimmed) goat milks and sour creams, and their respective cow milks and sour creams
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Pineli, L.L.O.
University of Brasilia, Brazil
Acceptability for salad dressing with baru oil
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Acceptance of cakes made with defatted Baru (Dipteryx alata Vog) flour
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory profile of baru (dipteryx alata vog) oil stored for 180 days by free choice profile method
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Pinheiro, A.C.M.
Universidade Federal de Lavras, Brazil
Relating sensory acceptance to descriptive attributes by three-way external preference mapping obtained by parallel factor analysis (PARAFAC)
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.4 - Sensometrics  -  16:00-18:00
 
SensoMaker: A free user-friendly interface for sensorial analysis
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Pinto, F.S.T.
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Performance evaluation of sensory assessors using concepts of functional analysis
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.4 - Sensometrics  -  16:00-18:00
 

Piqueras-Fiszman, B.
Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain
Assessing the influence of the color of the plate on the perception of a complex food in a restaurant setting
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.6 - Cross-modal interactions  -  16:00-18:00
 
Children's preference and ability to identify flavor: "The flavor of my smoothie, its color, or the color of its packaging?"
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.6 - Cross-modal interactions  -  16:00-18:00
 
Emotions in context: Assessing the impact of evoking consumption contexts on consumers' food-related emotion responses
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Pirastu, N.
University of Trieste, Trieste, Italy
A “population-based approach” to study the impact of PROP perception on food liking in populations along the silk road
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Genetics of coffee preference: A first view from Italian isolated populations
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Isolated populations give new insight on food preferences genetics
Tuesday 13 August:  Oral Session 5 - Food Choice  -  10:45-12:45
 
The role of personality traits on taste perception and food preferences
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Pires, M.A.
São Paulo University, Brazil
Acceptability of chicken hamburger with different dosages of rosemary and green tea natural extracts
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Plater Findlay, M.
Compusense Inc., Canada
Visualizing temporal sensory data using animated scatterplots, boxplots, and bagplots
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.4 - Sensometrics  -  16:00-18:00
 

Polizer, Y.J.
FZEA - Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Sensory acceptance and physicochemical parameters of chopped ham with pea fiber addition
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory acceptance and physicochemical parameters of frankfurter sausage with pea fiber addition
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Polur, P.D.
Unilever PLC, USA
Beating the crowd: Leveraging virtual research in holistic early stage exploration of pack sensory cues to enable winning designs
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Prim, M.
SIK, Sweden
A meal experience designed for children
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.4 - Age-related sensory perception and behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Puget, S.
Nestlé Nespresso S.A., Switzerland
Milk modifies coffee sensory properties and reveals unexpected notes - lungo study
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Pulzatto, M.E.
Faculdade de Tecnologia Termomecanica, Brazil
Evaluation of the influence of the brand on the sensorial acceptance and of the price in the purchase of the potato fries waved of package, original flavor
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Evaluation of the sensorial acceptance and the emotions produced for different brands of  guarana soda
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Evaluation of the sensorial acceptance and the emotions produced for milk chocolate bars, in tests blind and branded
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Puolimatka, T.
University of Turku, Finland
Impact of hTAS2R38 genotype together with gender on consumption of Nordic red berries
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Qin, W.
International Flavors & Fragrances Inc., USA
Leveraging social media tools for new flavor creation
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Quadros, D.A.
Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brazil
Sensory analysis of a gluten-free French bread
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Queiroga, R.C.R.E.
Federal University of Paraiba, Brazil
Principal components performed between sensory profile and fatty acids of goat cheese
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory characteristics of Minas fresh cheese made with either goat milk, cow milk or a mixture of both
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory properties of fermented dairy beverages made with goat's milk, cow's milk and a mixture of the two milks
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Raggio, L.
Universidad de la República, Uruguay
Factor structure of a scale of neophobia in a spanish-speaking population
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Ramaroson, V.
Université de Bourgogne, France
Bilingual panels: A tool to evaluate the role of language in descriptive tasks
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.1 - Cross-cultural and income-related research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Ramsgaard, J.
DELTA SenseLab, Denmark
Temporal based data visualisation applied in sensory science
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 2 - Non-food  -  14:00-16:00
 

Rason, J.
Danone research, The Netherlands
Difference in basic taste sensitivity and hedonic responses between phenylketonuria (PKU) individuals and non PKU individuals
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.3 - Sensory properties for health and wellness  -  16:00-18:00
 

Ribeiro, T.G.
State University of Campinas, Brazil
0-10 Score: An alternative scale to be used for consumer studies in Brazil
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Richards, M.
University of Pretoria, South Africa
Shelf-life estimation of low fat UHT milk 
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.4 - Sensometrics  -  16:00-18:00
 

Ricklefs, G.O.
Kraft Foods Group, Inc., USA
Beyond hedonics: How to understand consumers' satisfaction and dissatisfaction of products using Kano benefit statements and Kano sensory attributes
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Rizzo, D.L.
University of São Paulo, Brazil
Impact of package design and price on consumers' willingness to purchase chocolate
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Roascio, A.
Universidad de la República, Uruguay
Word association: An useful instrument for the development of cosmetic creams
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Rocha, I.F.O.
Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil
Acceptance of passion-fruit juice produced with different sweeteners
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Passion-fruit juice with different sweetener: Sensory profile
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sweeteners in passion-fruit juice: Ideal and equivalence-sweetness
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Rocha, I.F.O.R.
University of Campinas, Brazil
Sensorial evaluation of conventional and light cereal bars with added  jaboticaba peel (Myrciaria jaboticaba)
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Rocha, M.A.V.
Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Brazil
Sensory dialogues through fabrics
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Rodrigues, J.B.
University of Campinas, Brazil
Acceptance and descriptive sensory profile of extra virgem olive oil commercialized in Brazil
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Rodrigues-Silva, H.
Burgundy University, France
Perceved minerality of white wines by wine experts: Sensory versus declarative approaches
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Rogues, J.
SPF, France
Impact of dietary past on the orientation of cat feeding preferences
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 2 - Non-food  -  14:00-16:00
 
The importance of pet food smell in leveraging consumer satisfaction
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Romano, A.
Fondazione Edmund Mach, Italy
Proton transfer reaction mass spectrometry as a tool for the characterization of sensory panels
Thursday 15 August:  Oral Session 12 - Instrumental  -  09:00-11:00
 

Romero-Medina, M.A.
UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA METROPOLITANA, Mexico
Sensory evaluation of handcrafted corn malt beverages: Sendechó and corn beer
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Rosas-Reyes, P.
Pepsico Foods Mexico, Mexico
Effect of packaging downgauging on preference and acceptability of snacks products
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Rossi, F.
Kraft Foods Group, USA
The effect of dimensionality on multivariate mapping of hedonic data
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.4 - Sensometrics  -  16:00-18:00
 

Rousseau, B.
The Institute for Perception, USA
Discrimination testing: Why establishing the consumer relevance of a sensory difference is critical
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 8 - Fundamentals  -  10:45-12:45
 
Establishing consumer-relevant  action standards in sensory discrimination testing
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Roux, S.
McCormick South Africa, South Africa
Development of the EsSense®emotion ballot for South African consumers
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Rudzinska, A.
1349 IB School, Poland
Sensory quality of biscuits with different level of trans fatty acids present on the Polish market
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Ruelas-Chacon, X.
University Autonomous Agrarian Antonio Narro, Mexico
Physicochemical and sensorial analysis of fruit liquors from Arteaga, Coahuila
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Ruffieux, B.
Grenoble Institute of Technology, France
From enjoyable food to sustainable diet: Looking at behavioral changes in the lab
Monday 12 August:  Plenary talk 1 - B. Ruffieux  -  10:00-10:30
 

Saarela, A-M.
Savonia UAS, Finland
Does consumers' commitment to weight management make a difference to the energy contents of food products chosen in a real-life supermarket setting?
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Sakai, N.
Tohoku University, Japan
The impact of communication on palatability evaluations of food and beverage.
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Sanderson, T.
GlaxoSmithKline Consumer HealthCare, USA
Development of a sensory lexicon for nicotine chewing gums
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Santos, D.A.M.
Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Development of cookies with pumpkin peel flour (cucurbita maxima) and passion fruit albedo flour (passiflora edulis flavicarpa) replacing part of the wheat flour
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Santos, M.P.
Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Healthy desserts prepared with chia (Salvia hispanica L.): Acceptability study
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Scharf, A.
FH Nordhausen, Germany
Gratifying situational usage motives. A new perspective for evaluating and optimizing FMCG
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Implicit and explicit measurement of emotional responses to sensory stimuli - comparison of facial expressions, forced choice associations and emotional ratings
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Schlich, P.
INRA, UMR1324 Centre des Sciences du Goût et de l’Alimentation, France
Multi-bites or multi-sips TDS with untrained subjects: A live demonstration on chocolates
Wednesday 14 August:  Workshop 4 - Multi-bites or multi-sips TDS with untrained subjects: A live demonstration on chocolates  -  10:45-12:45
 
TDS with untrained consumers
Wednesday 14 August:  Workshop 4 - Multi-bites or multi-sips TDS with untrained subjects: A live demonstration on chocolates  -  10:45-12:45
 
Temporal drivers of liking
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Understanding the dynamic of freshness perception in plain fermented milks thanks to temporal dominance of sensations
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Schnettler, B.
Universidad de La Frontera, Chile
Attributes that define preferences for cheese in a country in South America: Do consumers value information about the carbon footprint?
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Food technology neophobia and satisfaction with food-related life in South America
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Scholderer, J.
Aarhus University, Denmark
Displacement of judgments due to anchoring on expectations: A psychometric model
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 10 - Sensometrics  -  14:00-16:00
 

Seity, M.
Takasago International Corporation, Brazil
Two stage idea deepening approach to guide development of novel fruit flavored gums for Brazilian teens
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.4 - Age-related sensory perception and behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Seppä, L.
University of Helsinki, Finland
Hedonic responses and individual expectations of apples as predictors of choice
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Sewaybricker, M.V.
Percepetion Sensory and Consumer Studies, Brazil
Development of sensory profile panel for hair care products
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Shen, Y.
University of Reading, UK
Investigating the relationship between perception, liking and intake of brassica and non-brassica vegetables with PROP taster status, TAS2R38 genotype and fungiform papillae density
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.3 - Sensory properties for health and wellness  -  16:00-18:00
 
Liking of fat level in ice cream and individual body mass index: Do they correlate with CD36 genotype, PROP taster status or fungiform papillae density?
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.3 - Sensory properties for health and wellness  -  16:00-18:00
 

Sieffermann, J.M.
AgroParisTech, France
Which consumer methodologies for assessing organoleptic tap water quality?
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Siegrist, M.
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
The power of symbolic information for product evaluation
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Silva, A.C.M.L.
University of Campinas, Brazil
Impact of sweeteners in the preferences of peach nectar ready-to-drink
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Silva, A.N.
Universidade Federal de Viçosa, Brazil
ANOVA assumptions: Evaluation of four different scales for sensory acceptability
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Silva, A.R.A.
University of Campinas, Brazil
Acceptability of chocolates from different Brazilian cocoa producing regions
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory evaluation of chocolates produced from different cocoa varieties grown in Bahia (Brazil) aiming resistance to witches' broom disease and improvement of quality
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Silva, D.W.
University of Campinas, Brazil
Influence of music genres on consumer’s perception of a functional and dietetic food
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.6 - Cross-modal interactions  -  16:00-18:00
 

Silva, R.C.S.N.
Universidade Federal de Viçosa, Brazil
Optimized Descriptive Profile versus Conventional Profile: grape juice quantitative sensory description
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Optimized descriptive profile: comparison with conventional and alternative methods
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Optimized descriptive profile: Correlation between sensory and instrumental techniques
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Simiqueli, A.A.
Federal University of Viçosa, Brazil
Chocolate with different levels of cocoa solids: Sensorial characterization and acceptability
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 
The impact of melatonin information on the acceptability of milk
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Simões, D.R.S.
Universidade Estadual de Ponta Grossa, Brazil
Acceptance of mould-ripened cheeses produced with different starter cultures in Brazil
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Acceptance of mould-ripened cheeses produced with milk of different dairy breeds in Brazil
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory analysis of fermented milk added of acid whey
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory evaluation and consumer tests of ripened semi-hard cheese covered with rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L.)
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Simpson, R.
1King’s College London Dental Institute, UK
Role of TRP receptors in taste sensation - Preliminary studies
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.4 - Age-related sensory perception and behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Sirimuangmoon, C.
University of California, Davis, USA
A cross-cultural study of drivers of likings for rice
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.1 - Cross-cultural and income-related research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Sisopha, A.
University of Guelph, Canada
A novel approach to characterizing flavours and tastes of whole grain crackers
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Slabaugh, C.
Unilever, USA
Skin contact time of lather while showering and bathing
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Snyder, D.J.
University of Florida, USA
Volatile-induced sweetness:  A novel way to sweeten foods?
Tuesday 13 August:  Oral Session 6 - Cross-modal  -  10:45-12:45
 

Souza, V.R.
Universidade Federal de Lavras, Brazil
Optimization of brazilian cerrado mixed fruit jam using mixture design and parallel factor analysis
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Salt equivalence and temporal dominance of sensations (TDS) of different sodium chloride substitutes in water solutions and dairy products
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Spada, F.P.
Escola Superior de Agricultura Luiz de Queiroz, Brazil
Quantitative descriptive analysis: Comparison of sensory profiles generated by panels of three different age groups
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.4 - Age-related sensory perception and behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Spaho, N.
University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Children colour preferences
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.4 - Age-related sensory perception and behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Spence, C.
Oxford University, UK
Neuroscience-inspired multisensory packaging design
Tuesday 13 August:  Plenary talk 4 - C. Spence  -  08:30-09:00
 

Spence, C.S.
University of Oxford, UK
Investigating the influence of colour, weight, & fragrance intensity on the perception of liquid bath soap
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 2 - Non-food  -  14:00-16:00
 

Spoto, M.H.F.
University of São Paulo, Brazil
Effect of gamma radiation on the preservation of Hamlin, Pera e Valência varieties orange juice (Citrus sinensis L. Osbeck) used in industry
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Quantitative descriptive analysis of juçara pulp (Euterpe edulis) pasteurized and frozen stored
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Stefan, V.
Aarhus University, MAPP, Denmark
Satisfaction with household food provisioning activities
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Stone, H.
The Sensory Sciences Scholarship Fund, USA
Quantitative descriptive analysis: Evolution and applications
Wednesday 14 August:  Plenary talk 9 - H. Stone  -  09:40-10:10
 

Swaney-Stueve, M.
Kansas State University, USA
A comparison among five different types of qualitative research methodologies using teenagers from a researcher’s perspective
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 4 - Age - related  -  18:00-20:00
 

Symoneaux, R.
LUNAM Université, Groupe ESA, SFR 4207 QUASAV, UPSP GRAPPE, France
Integrative approach of consumer segmentation according to sensory preference keydrivers, sociodemographic characteristics and consumer attitudes
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
The challenge: grouping and characterizing virtual rose bushes presented in videos. Use of perceptive free sorting and verbalization
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 2 - Non-food  -  14:00-16:00
 

SYMONEAUX, R.
GROUPE ESA - UR GRAPPE, France
Do hedonic questions influence what consumers' mention as likes or dislikes in a product? An analytical approach using comment analysis
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Taylor, Y.
Market Research Society, UK
Understanding food labelling and its role in food selection
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Teillet, E.
SensoStat, France
Combining psp and flash profile... Why? How does it work?
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 7 - Product development  -  10:45-12:45
 

Teratanavat, R.
Takasago International Corp., USA
Understanding role of sensation in breath freshening and long lasting refreshing in toothpaste products
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Thomas, S.D.
Campden BRI, UK
Confusion or credibility: Consumers understanding of health and nutrition claims
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Portion size: Are consumers really interested? 
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Thomson, D.
MMR Research Worldwide, UK
The application of conceptual profiling in brand, product and packaging development
Thursday 15 August:  Plenary talk 10 - D. Thomson  -  11:30-12:00
 

Törnwall, O.
University of Helsinki, Finland
Identifying chemosensory preference segments: Genetic basis and related eating behavior traits
Tuesday 13 August:  Oral Session 5 - Food Choice  -  10:45-12:45
 

Torrico, D.D.
Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, USA
Oil-in-water emulsion exhibits bitterness-suppressing effects
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Towers, N.M.
Oregon State University, USA
Effectiveness of dietary learning in hedonic responses to a novel, initially disliked vegetable
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Treptow, R.O.
Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation's, Brazil
Sensory characterization and quality parameters of extra virgin olive oils, and monovarietal and blends, commercialized in southern of Rio Grande do Sul
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Trochoux, A.
AgroParisTech Massy, France
How to better communicate on the sensory properties of a product, without having access to the product itself? An application on chocolate mousses
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 7 - Product development  -  10:45-12:45
 

Urbano, C.
INRA, France
What makes the taste of waters? What sensory methodology to address this question?
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Vaessen, W.
Essensor, The Netherlands
Using generalizability theory to assess and improve the quality of sensory descriptive data
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 10 - Sensometrics  -  14:00-16:00
 

van der Laan, L.N.
University Medical Center, The Netherlands
Like hand and glove: How neural and visual attention measures complement each other in the study of processes underlying food choice
Monday 12 August:  Workshop 2 - Using eye-tracking methodology in consumer science  -  18:00-20:00
 

Van Haren, K.M.
Procter & Gamble, USA
Improving panelist satisfaction/retention using metrics from industrial/organizational psychology
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

van Zyl, H.
HEINEKEN, The Netherlands
A large sample commercial study on emotion measurement for beverages: Comparing cata and rating scales
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Words used by spanish and english speaking respondents in expressing emotions related to beverages
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 1 - Cross cultural  -  14:00-16:00
 

Vanderklaauw, N.J.
Procter & Gamble, USA
Degree of difference plus - adding diagnostic questions to guide product development
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 7 - Product development  -  10:45-12:45
 
Leveraging sensory odor evaluation panels for non-food malodor assessments
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Two unique but complimentary sensory panel methods to assess the softness of diapers
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Varela, P.
Instituto de Agroquímica y Tecnología de Alimentos (CSIC), Spain
How can bias introduced by the layout of a CATA question be mitigated?
Thursday 15 August:  Workshop 6 - Using CATA questions for sensory profiling: Do's and don'ts  -  09:00-11:00
 
Influence of packaging information on consumers' perception of chocolate flavoured satiating bars
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.3 - Sensory properties for health and wellness  -  16:00-18:00
 
Influence of the information in consumer sensory description via Flash Profile of chocolate flavoured satiating bars
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Vázquez, M.B.
Escuela de Nutrición, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Acceptability and importance of the flours used in two commercial toasts
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Acceptability of flavour bites for older adults
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.4 - Age-related sensory perception and behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Verruma-Bernardi, M.
Penn State University, USA
Chocolate milk using sucrose and stevia preference by middle age school children
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.4 - Age-related sensory perception and behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Verruma-Bernardi, M.R.
Federal University of São Carlos, Brazil
Chocolate milk with sucrose and stevia preference by pre- and post-menopausal women
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
Effect of genetic group, sex and production system on the sensory acceptance of beef from crossbred animals
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Viala, D.
Pernod Ricard, France
Using eye-tracking in shelf simulations and advertising effectiveness studies
Monday 12 August:  Workshop 2 - Using eye-tracking methodology in consumer science  -  18:00-20:00
 

Viana, M.M.
Faculty of Animal Science and Food Engineering/USP, Brazil
Determinant attributes in consumer choice via projective technique: Differences among profiles of product users
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Using completion test to estimate price levels for frozen hamburger
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Vickers, Z.
University of Minnesota, USA
Do comfort foods repair bad moods?
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Vidal, L.
Universidad de la República, Uruguay
Assessment of global and individual reproducibility of projective mapping with consumers
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 10 - Sensometrics  -  14:00-16:00
 
Choice blindness for consumer evaluation of milk desserts: An extreme case of assimilation of expectations
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Influence of pictures on results from completion projective techniques
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
What do consumers value about their restaurant experience? Qualitative insights from consumer reviews on a web-based platform
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 

Vidigal, M.C.T.R.
Federal University of Viçosa, Brazil
Familiarity and willingness to try food produced by different technologies: Study on Brazilian consumers
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 
Sensory and instrumental texture measurements of ice cream with different fat and protein concentrate levels containing dietary fiber
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Vijay, A.
King's College London, UK
Effects of taste on saliva rheology and mouthfeel
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.3 - Sensory properties for health and wellness  -  16:00-18:00
 

Villanueva, N.D.M.
Universidad Católica Sedes Sapientiae, Peru
Sensory acceptance, physico-chemical and microbiological analysis of italian salami containing free and microencapsulated probiotic microorganisms
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Visalli, M.
INRA, UMR1324 Centre des Sciences du Goût et de l’Alimentation, France
Analysis of the chocolate data collected during the conference
Wednesday 14 August:  Workshop 4 - Multi-bites or multi-sips TDS with untrained subjects: A live demonstration on chocolates  -  10:45-12:45
 

Vit, P.
Universidad de Los Andes, Venezuela
Sensory and emotional profile of genuine and fake honey
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Voorpostel, C.R.
University of Campinas, Brazil
Equi-sweetness of different sweeteners in grape nectar ready-to-drink
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Wada, Y.
National Agriculture and Food Research Organization, Japan
Visual freshness judgment of fish eyes based on luminance distribution
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Wagner, S.
INRA, France
Are hedonic responses to food odours linked to food liking in infants at 12 and 22 months?
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 4 - Age - related  -  18:00-20:00
 

Waterkemper, L.L.S.
BRF, Brazil
How to use consumer insights to improve development products process
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Wendin, K.
Kristianstad University, Sweden
Develop sensory science from a tool in product development into a research subject at university level
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Human interface technology - A multi-sensorial challenge
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.6 - Cross-modal interactions  -  16:00-18:00
 

Williamson, P.O.
The Australian Wine Research Institute, Australia
From grape to consumer: A multidisciplinary approach to optimal grape ripeness and wine flavour
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Willinsky, S.V.
University of Guelph, Canada
Influence of oral processing on texture perception
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Worch, T.
QI Statistics, UK
From the formulation to the optimization of skin creams: A case study based on the ideal profile method
Tuesday 13 August:  Workshop 3 - Recent advances in sensometrics  -  10:45-12:45
 

Wu, J.M.
Amway, USA
Digestive comfort and sensory side effects of fish oil omega softgels measured using an extended in-home use test
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.3 - Sensory properties for health and wellness  -  16:00-18:00
 

Yang, Q.
The University of Nottingham, UK
Thermal taster status and oral sensitivity
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.2 - Fundamentals of sensory research  -  16:00-18:00
 

Yglesias, R.
Cargill Sensory Center, USA
Development of a protocol to determine shelf life of fresh beef patties
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
The use of projective techniques to measure emotions of meat products
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.3 - Advances in sensory and consumer methodologies  -  16:00-18:00
 
Using a response surface design to optimize product attributes
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 

Zacharov, N.
DELTA SenseLab, Denmark
A hearing impaired panel for the hearing aid industry
Monday 12 August:  Oral Session 2 - Non-food  -  14:00-16:00
 
Measuring experience and expertise in audio
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.2 - Sensory and consumer research of non-food products  -  16:00-18:00
 

Zajdenwerg, C.
Givaudan, São Paulo, Brazil
Differences in sweetness sensory profile of stevia containing guaraná beverages evaluated with Sense ItTM Sweet descriptive language
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.3 - Sensory properties for health and wellness  -  16:00-18:00
 

Zalila, Z.
Intellitech, France
Why is robustness assessment mandatory for predictive modeling? Benchmark test of PLS and xtractis® approaches based on a study of sensory evaluation and consumer liking of automotive materials.
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.5 - Sensory and instrumental relationships  -  16:00-18:00
 

Zamora, M.C.
Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina
The effect of familiarity on consumer´s acceptance of a yerba mate / black currant beverage
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.1 - Sensory evaluation in quality control and product development  -  16:00-18:00
 
The relationship between facial affective reactions to food and body mass index in adults
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.5 - Food choice and consumer behaviour  -  16:00-18:00
 

Zandstra, E.
Unilever R&D, The Netherlands
Does warmth have a smell? The influence of ambient odour on perceived physical and social warmth
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.6 - Cross-modal interactions  -  16:00-18:00
 
Smelly and dirty: Valence, not semantics, of odours prompt cleaning behaviour
Monday 12 August:  Poster Session 1.6 - Cross-modal interactions  -  16:00-18:00
 

Zandstra, E.H.
Unilever R&D Vlaardingen, The Netherlands
Reducing salt in food products in a consumer friendly way
Wednesday 14 August:  Oral Session 9 - Health & wellness  -  14:00-16:00
 

Zepka, L.Q.
UFSM, Brazil
Development of sensory  tool  for  evaluation of fish odor
Wednesday 14 August:  Poster Session 2.6  -  16:00-18:00
 
 

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