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Wednesday, July 31
Thursday, August 1
Friday, August 2

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Tuesday, July 30

16:00 18:00 registration at desk

Wednesday, July 31

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8:00
registration at desk
8:45
opening
  • Prof. Dr. Eberhard Becker, rector of the University of Dortmund
  • Ernst-Otto Sommerer, head of the "Amt für Statistik und Wahlen" of the city of Dortmund
  • Dr. Garmt Dijksterhuis, chairman of the "Sensometric Society"
  • Prof. Dr. Claus Weihs, dean of the Department of Statistics of the University of Dortmund
  session 1 (chair: Joachim Kunert, Germany)
9:15
opening lecture
Threshold models with fixed and random effects for ordered categorical data.
Hans-Peter Piepho, Edith Kalka, Germany
Slides (520kB)
10:05
coffee break
session 2 (chair: Pieter Punter, The Netherlands)
10:30
Analysing time-intensity data with non-centred Principal Component Analysis (PCA) and Partial Least Squares Regression (PLSR) with Jack-knifing as validation tool.
M. Bom Frøst, G.B. Dijksterhuis, W.L.P. Bredie, H. Heymann, M. Martens, Denmark / USA
Slides (520kB)
11:00
Parametric Modeling of Time Intensity Data Collected on Product Prototypes  Generated From a Fractional Factorial Experiment to Quantify Sources of Texture Variability.
Sandra Echols, Aruna Lakshmanan, Susan Mueller, Frank Rossi, Alicia Thomas, USA
Slides (185kB)
11:30
Relating perceived temporal change of sensory attributes in semi-solids to oral  physiology.
R.A.de Wijk, L.J. van Gemert, R. H. Jellema, G. B. Dijksterhuis, J. F. Prinz, H. Weenen, The Netherlands / Denmark
12:00
lunch
session 3 (chair: Tom Carr, USA)
14:00
invited lecture
Clustering and Data Reduction Models for Three-way Preference Data.
Maurizio Vichi, Italy
14:40
Designs for multi-session sensory trials with preparation constraints where control  products are included in the product range.
Carola Deppe, Roland Carpenter, Byron Jones, UK
15:10
Optimal nested cross-over designs in sensory analysis.
Jérôme Pagès, Emmanuel Périnel, France
Slides (352kB)
15:40
coffee break
session 4 (chair: Ann Noble, USA)
16:10
Relating instrumental and sensory data for German Riesling wines by means of PLS.
Anita S. Busch, Michael Meyners, Ulrich Fischer, Germany
Slides (1843kB)
16:40
Application of Partial Least Square analysis (PLS) and General Procrustes analysis  (GPA) in understanding the relationships between sensory descriptive and headspace flavor profiles.
Seo-Jin Chung, Hildegarde Heymann, Ingolf Gruen, USA
Slides (1740kB)
17:10
Characterisation of the semantic similarities between descriptors of odours.
Dominique Bertrand, Carole Prost, Arnaud Hallier, Philippe Courcoux, France
Slides (538kB)
18:15
buses leave for Get-Togehter-Dinner

Thursday, August 1

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  session 5 (chair: Harald Martens, Denmark)
8:30
invited lecture
The psychology of food choice: some old and new approaches.
Egon Peter Köster, The Netherlands / Denmark
Slides (165kB)
9:10
poster session (follow this link for abstracts)
10:00
coffee break
session 6 (chair: El Mostafa Qannari, France)
10:30
Multi­block methods in sensory analysis: a comparison of consensus methods by  means of a flavor language case study.
Eduard P.P.A. Derks, Johan A. Westerhuis, Age K. Smilde, Bonnie M. King, The  Netherlands
Slides (143kB)
11:00
GPA-PLSR: An integrated technique for analysing sensory science data.
Garmt Dijksterhuis, Harald Martens, Magni Martens, Denmark
Slides (2050kB)
11:30
Methods to analyse sensory profiling data a comparison.
Michael Meyners, Germany
Slides (640kB)
12:00
lunch
session 7 (chair: Garmt Dijksterhuis, Denmark / The Netherlands)
14:00
invited lecture
Indirect pairwise comparison method An AHP-based procedure for sensory data collection and  analysis in product development and reliability tests.
Flavio S. Fogliatto, Susan L. Albin, Brazil / USA
Slides (857kB)
14:40
Determination of equivalence between intensity scales by means of paired  comparison.
C.A.A. Duineveld, Paul Arents, Bonnie M. King, The Netherlands
Slides (220kB)
15:10
The statistical power of replications in difference tests.
Per Bruun Brockhoff, Denmark
Slides (263kB)
15:40
coffee break
session 8 (chair: Hildegarde Heymann, USA)
16:10
Variable selection in PCA in sensory and consumer data.
Frank Westad, Margrethe Hersleth, Per Lea, Harald Martens, Norway / Denmark
Slides (1642kB)
16:40 Consumer Segmentation based on hedonic test and Sensory profiling of Aquavit.
Francisca Listov-Saabye, Lisbeth Wienberg, Magni Martens, Denmark
17:15
general meeting of the Sensometric Society
19:00
guided tours DASA
20:00
banquet at DASA

Friday, august 2

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  session 9 (chair: Per Bruun Brockhoff, Denmark)
8:30
invited lecture
Multiplicative mixed models for the analysis of sensory evaluation data.
Brian Cullis, A.B. Smith, R. Thompson, Australia / UK
Slides (125kB)
9:10
Hierarchical Multiple Factor Analysis: Comparison of sensory profiles stemming from  an initiated panel and a set of trained panels.
Sébastien Le Dien, J. Pagès, France
Slides (125kB)
9:40
Handling individual scales in determining preferences functions.
Gorm Gabrielsen, Denmark
10:10
coffee break
session 10 (chair: Hal MacFie, UK)
10:40
Semantic analysis of speech quality in mobile communication:descriptive language development and mapping to acceptability.
Ville-Veikko Mattila, Finland
11:10
Food Quality Assurance Applying a Sophisticated Neural Network to Olfactory  Signals.
Roland Linder, Siegfried J. Pöppl, Germany
Slides (331kB)
11:40
Analysis of sensory profiling data: from discrimination to description.
M. Hanafi, E. M. Qannari, Ph. Courcoux, G. Organ, France / Australia
Slides (444kB)
12:10
closing remarks
announcement of the 7th Sensometrics meeting which will take place July 28-30, 2004 in Davis CA, USA
Slides (205kB)
12:30
lunch
  end of the meeting
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