Student travel grant
The sensometrics society will award for travel grants to students wishing to present their work (oral, poster or speed dating presentation) at the 11th Sensometrics meeting.
The winners will be selected according to their abstract.
6 students will be awarded. Each award includes the payment of travel and accommodation (student room) on the site of Agrocampus Ouest.
To apply, please send by email to email@example.com your CV and your contribution before April 10, 2012.
The 6 students awarded are:
- Christian Dehlholm: University of Copenhagen, Denmark
- Valérie Lengard-Almli: Nofima, Norway
- Elena Menichelli: Nofima, Norway
- Betina Piqueras: U. Politecnica de Valencia, Spain
- Vanessa Rios de Souza: Federal University of Lavras, Brazil
- Flavia Santos Twardowski Pinto: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
A poster session will be proposed during the conference.
A session of poster presentations will be organized during the conference. Authors will be invited to present orally their poster during a 2 minutes-speed dating, using maximum two slides. The 3 best posters (according to a vote of all participants) will be awarded:
- First prize: 500€ "Another way to treat JAR scales: application to the sensory characterization of products" S. Berthelo, M. Brossier, D. Gourret, J. Pagès
- Second prize: 300€ "Ideal Profile Method: an efficient way to improve products?" A. Crine, A. Gruel, S. Lê
- Third prize: 100€ "A napping based methodology for quickly getting a model of consumer emotions" M.-T. Lê, Q. Carré, S. Lê
To submit a poster, send directly the poster you will propose or an abstract of your poster (the poster could be in a pdf as a picture of your poster) using the submission interface. The poster format will be A0.
The compagny Addinsoft XLSTAT will offer a prize during the conference.
This award will be given to a young statistician for the quality of his/her research work.
Cécile Bavay won the XLSTAT award for her oral presentation "Methodological development for sensory evaluation of product presenting biological variability: a case study on apple".