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Abstract Submission Deadline:1 February 2019

Oral and Poster Abstracts
Early Career Researcher Seminar
Workshops

Oral and Poster Abstracts

Oral and poster abstracts are now invited on the following topics and should be submitted using the online abstract submission system.

  • Sensory and consumer science through the lifespan (children, young, elderly)
  • Health
  • Lifestyle and Wellbeing
  • Cross cultural issues
  • Fundamentals of Perception
  • Emerging Sensory and Consumer Science methodologies
  • Sensometrics
  • Digital opportunities and big data
  • Next generation retail
  • Global Resource Challenges

Successfully submitted abstracts will be acknowledged with an electronic receipt including an abstract reference number, which should be quoted in all correspondence. Allow at least 2 hours for your receipt to be returned to you.

Once the paper is accepted, at least one of the authors must register for the conference and present the paper at the conference.

All authors who register for the conference may have their article considered for publication in the Elsevier journal Food Quality and Preference, by indicating this at abstract submission stage. Acceptance of a paper for conference presentation does not guarantee subsequent acceptance for journal publication.

Abstracts of all accepted contributions will be included within the online abstract system which will be distributed to all registered conference participants.

Video Submission

We would like to invite authors to submit a short video clip (just 1 minute long), to express your ideas. This is to support your abstract, but is not compulsory.
Here are some guidelines on what we would like the video to include:

The content should include the following, but the most attention should be given to point 3:

  • Introduce who you are and your academic/industry association
  • Your main sensory and/or consumer research interest/s
  • The main ideas and impact of your submitted research  

The duration of the video should be just 1 minute long (in English), therefore it is important to be concise and clear in the message you would like to deliver.

‘Talking head style’ should be adopted, which means you are only capturing your head and shoulders in the shot (please refer to the example video).

Video submissions to the main Pangborn Symposium will ONLY be used by the committee to assist with abstract review, and will not be presented at the conference.

Pangborn Early Career Researcher Seminar

Submissions for the Pangborn Early Career Researcher Seminar should also be submitted using the main submission form.

You can submit your work to be considered for both the ECR Seminar and the main Pangborn Symposium.

Speaking slots for this event are limited to students and early career researchers only – with up to 5 years’ experience in sensory/consumer area.

To be considered for the Pangborn Early Career Researcher Seminar we are asking all students and early career researchers to submit a short video clip (in addition to the video accompanying your research abstract) (don’t worry, it only needs to be 1 minute long!), where you can easily express your ideas.

The video clip is to be submitted in addition to an abstract.

Video clips submitted for the Pangborn Early Career Researcher Seminar, if accepted, may be presented at the seminar

The content should include the following, but the most attention should be given to point 3:

  • Introduce who you are and your academic/industry association
  • Your main sensory and/or consumer research interest/s
  • Where do you see the future of your main sensory and/or consumer research interest/s over the next 5 years

The presentation should be in English, and should use generic sensory science language, whilst avoiding jargon that is specific to a certain specialism within the field.
Videos will be selected solely on the quality of the content of the presentation, and presentation style (for example passion, clarity and ability to communicate novel and interesting ideas effectively). Therefore, special graphics in the video should be avoided.

Workshops

We are delighted to invite abstracts for workshop sessions at Pangborn 2019. We are looking for dynamic workshops that are interactive and engage with the audience, as opposed to a list of talks on a topic area, and which reflect the overarching aim, ‘Engage with the future’, and themes of the conference (as below). Workshops should be between 90 & 120mins duration.

  • Sensory and consumer science through the lifespan (children, young, elderly)
  • Health
  • Lifestyle and Wellbeing
  • Cross cultural issues
  • Fundamentals of Perception
  • Emerging Sensory and Consumer Science methodologies
  • Sensometrics
  • Digital opportunities and big data
  • Next generation retail
  • Global Resource Challenges

(Please note this list is not exclusive and we welcome innovative ideas for the workshops)

Abstracts (300 words) should identify the topic for the workshop, its proposed length, the team involved in putting it together, examples of the types of activities and speakers that it will include and the nature of any special technology required.

Workshop Abstract deadline 31st October 2018 (decisions made by end Jan 2019).

Workshop submissions should be made using this link.

For revisions or queries regarding papers already submitted

If you do not receive acknowledgement for your abstract submission or you wish to make any essential revisions to an abstract already submitted, please DO NOT RESUBMIT your abstract, as this may lead to duplication. Instead please contact Content-PANG2019@elsevier.com



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