Presentations (Slides and Video Recordings):
Wednesday, 26 May 2021
Introduction: About ISOCS and the Short Course by James Covington and Saverio De Vito
Talk 1: Thierry Thomas Danguin, INRAE: The impact of COVID-19 on olfaction: what do we know after 18 months of international research effort.
Talk 2: Dominique Grandjean, ENVA: COVID-19 detection dogs; an international update
Talk 3: Giuseppe Lippi, University of Verona: Sniffer Dogs and Diagnosis of SARS-COV-2 Infection
Thursday, 27 May 2021
Talk 4: Eugenio Martinelli, University of Rome – Tor Vergata: Artificial olfaction: bio-inspiration, sensors and data analysis.
Talk 5: Corrado Di Natale, University of Rome – Tor Vergata: Electronic Nose for Medical Diagnostics: opportunities for COVID-19
Networking Time: Manohar Prasad Bhandari, University of Latvia: Potential use of breath VOCs sensors in artificial ventilation machine for COVID-19 patients; Celia Mallafré-Muro, University of Barcelona, Breath analysis and signal processing on E-Nose
Talk 6: Hossam Haick, Technion, Wearable Sensing Arrays for Diagnosis and Monitoring in Pandemic Era
Friday, 28 May 2021
Wrap up and Talk 7: Emma Brodrick, IMSPEX, GC-IMS in COVID Detection
Networking Time: Ana Cecilia Roque, University Nova of Lisbon, Inteligent gels for artificial olfaction
Networking Time: Orna Barash, Nanoscent: Towards breath collection standardization
Talk 8: Pierluigi Barbieri, University of Trieste, Aerosol science and environmental chemistry drivers of the COVID19 pandemic