The organising committee invites abstract submissions for oral presentations and poster sessions.
We welcome contributions covering all aspects of odour, with a focus on the following refined topics:
- Innovative odour sampling techniques and methodologies
- Sensor technologies for odour detection and quantification
- Odour panel assessment and olfactometry advancements
- Quantitative and qualitative odour analysis techniques
- Modelling approaches for predicting odour dispersion
- Coupling meteorological data with dispersion models
- Case studies and applications of odour dispersion modelling
- Understanding human response to odours
- Community involvement in odour monitoring and management
- Social and psychological impacts of odour exposure
- Best practices for odour control in industrial, commercial, and municipal settings
- Novel technologies for odour abatement and treatment
- Sustainable approaches to minimise odour emissions
- Real-time monitoring of odour sources and emissions
- Source apportionment techniques for odour identification
- Remote sensing applications in odour source tracking
- Regulatory frameworks for odour management and control
- Compliance strategies for industries and facilities
- National and international standards and guidelines on odour regulation
- Odour considerations in the waste and resource recovery sector
- Odour control in the wastewater sector
- Odour control in agricultural and farming operations
- Odour management challenges and control in other industrial, commercial, and municipal settings
- Techniques for assessing odour impact on communities and the environment
- Mitigation strategies for odour hotspots and problem areas
- Odour mapping and land-use planning to reduce impacts
- Cutting-edge innovations and advancements in odour research
- Internet of Things (IoT) applications in odour monitoring and management
- Machine learning and artificial intelligence for odour-related data analysis
- Abstracts should be submitted through our online submission portal by 30 November, 2023
- Abstracts should be written in English and should not exceed 300 words.
- Please indicate whether you are submitting for an oral presentation or poster session.
- All submissions will undergo a thorough review process completed jointly by the CASANZ and IWA expert scientific committees.
Oral presentations will be allocated 20 minutes, which includes time for questions and answers to be held at the conclusion of each presentation.
All poster submissions must submit an extended abstract in addition to their poster.
Participants wishing to submit an abstract for a poster display will need to ensure that their actual poster display does not exceed A0 Portrait size (1189mm high x 841mm wide). These will be mounted on a display panel, with relevant Poster Defence time allocated in the program.
Participate in this dynamic joint conference to forge connections with leading professionals in the field, present your research findings, and play an active role in shaping the future of odour science, assessment, regulation, management, and engineering.