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2022 2022 IEEE International Symposium on Olfaction and Electronic Nose (ISOEN)  
On behalf of the Organizing Committee, it is our great pleasure to welcome you to beautiful town of Aveiro. After a hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemics, ISOEN returns as in person meeting to Europe, to the Atlantic coast of Portugal. ISOEN brings together experts in various fields of engineering, from biomedical to environmental to materials engineering to the artificial intelligence community, from all over the world, to discuss and exchange knowledge on how to build the next generation of
more » ... ctronic instruments for machine olfaction and gustation, either mimicking nature or introducing novel sensing concepts. Following meetings in 2017 in Montreal and in 2019 in Fukuoka, ISOEN 2022 is also cosponsored by ISOCS and IEEE Sensor Council, and most of the presented accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings in IEEE Xplore, which enables many researchers to access them anytime and anywhere. We have received 119 submissions that were reviewed with the aid of external reviewers and a member of the Technical Program Committee (TPC) to ensure the highest quality. The review process was double-blind and identical for all submissions. As a result, 98 papers were accepted for presentation (82% rate), 46 and 52 of which were assigned as oral papers and posters, respectively. Accepted papers came from 25 different countries from Asia/Pacific (30%), Europe (64%), North/South America (3%), and Africa and Middle East (3%). There were submissions 13 late news which were accepted as posters. ISOEN 2022 will include a total of 11 oral sessions including two special sessions and poster sessions. These sessions cover topics of wide range: chemical sensors (gas, biosensors, ion-selective, optical), odor sampling (headspace analysis, dynamic sampling, preconcentration and storage), sensor systems (electronic noses, electronic tongues, IoT), data analysis (signal processing, pattern recognition, chemometrics, AI, deep learning), applications (quality control, food safety, medical diagnostics, environmental monitoring), robotic system (robots with chemical senses, drone) and bioengineering (cell-based olfactory sensors, receptor-based sensors). Three keynotes will be made by Prof. Krishna Persaud (Manchester University, UK) on proteins for bioelectronic noses, Prof. Hossam Haick (Technion, Israel) on health monitoring sensor applications and by Prof. Manel del Valle (Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain) on electronic tongue applications to illicit drug detection. Two special sessions will be dedicated to biomimetic biosensors and bioelectronic noses, and electronic noses and tongues for healthcare applications. The tutorial session on Sunday, May 29 is composed of two blocks: dedicated to the electronic tongues, which include lectures on Voltammetric electronic tongues, Chemical sensors for e-tongue applications and Microelectronics-based multi-sensor systems, and dedicated to the electronic noses application to air quality analysis, which includes lectures on Environmental odour monitoring: Sensorial techniques vs. artificial olfaction: current status and future perspectives, Field calibration and beyond for air quality multisensor systems and Low cost sensors and data analysis for indoor air quality monitoring. ISOEN 2022 would not have been possible without help and support of the ISOCS and IEEE community and we would like specifically acknowledge James Covington, ISOCS president, 4 2022 IEEE International Symposium on Olfaction and Electronic Nose (ISOEN) |
doi:10.1109/isoen54820.2022.9789629 fatcat:uzl37vlspjb57jwsqnjr3rnsfi