199th Meeting - Washington, DC

March 25-30, 2001

PROGRAM INFORMATION

AA2 - The Eighth International Symposium on Olfaction and the Electronic Nose (ISOEN8)

Sensor Division

Monday, March 26, 2001

Auditorium, Meeting Room Level

Integrated Systems

Co-Chairs: J.R. Stetter and P.J. Hesketh

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10:001080 Chemical Imaging with Large Sensor Arrays - I. Lundstrom (Linkoping University) PDF
11:001081 A Low-Cost Electronic Olfactometer Based on a Virtual Sensor Array - P. Mielle (INRA) and F. Marquis (Moet & Chandon Winery) PDF
11:201082 ipNOSE: A portable volatile analyzer based on embedded technology for intensive computation and time dependent signal processing. - A. Perera (Universitat de Barcelona), R. Gutierrez-Osuna (Wright State University), and S. Marco (Universitat de Barcelona) PDF
11:401083 Development of an On-Site Electronic Nose for Rapid Flavor Testing of Granular Sugar - W. Andlauer, R. Korber, J. Goschnick (Institute for Instrumental Analysis), H. Puke, and G. Witte (Sudzucker AG Mannheim/Ochsenfurt) PDF

Applications I

Co-Chairs: P.J. Hesketh and J.R. Stetter

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2:001084 The Electronic Nose Analysis of Breath as Potential Diagnostic Tool: The Case of Lung Cancer - C. Di Natale and A. D'Amico (University of Rome Tor Vergata) PDF
2:401085 Enhancement of the Sensitivity of the Electronic Nose for Bacterial Applications - J. Stetter, W. Penrose, C. McEntegart, and M. DeCastro (Illinois Institute of Technology) PDF
3:00 Thirty-Minute Intermission
3:301086 Electronic Noses Towards Practical Application in Medical Diagnostics - U. Krueger (AMR Diagnostics AG), R. Koerber, K.-H. Ziegler, I. Koronczi (Institut für Instrumentelle Analytik), S. Nachnani (University Health Resources Group), and J. Goschnick (Institut für Instrumentelle Analytik) PDF
4:001087 Food Investigation by an Electronic Nose with Differential Thermodesoprtion and GC-MS - S. Strathmann, S.H. Hahn, and U. Weimar (University of Tuebingen) PDF
4:301088 Thin Film Metal Oxide Semiconducting Sensing Layer Selectivity Enhancement Through Ultra-Short Packed Gas Chromatographic Column - S. Junge (University of Bremen), L. Dori, I. Elmi, S. Nicoletti, S. Zampolli (CNR-LAMEL Institute), and A.R. Mastrogiacomo (University of Urbino) PDF
5:001089 "Electronic Tongue" for Recognition of Flesh Food - A. Legin, A. Rudnitskaya, B. Seleznev (St. Petersburg University), V. Velikzhanin (Scientific Research Institute for Genetics and Breeding of Agricultural Animal), and Y. Vlasov (St. Petersburg University) PDF

Tuesday, March 27, 2001

Sensor Technologies I

Co-Chairs: K. Persaud and S. Schiffman

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8:001090 Introduction to Sensor Technologies Session AA2 - O. Sadik, M. Breimer, M. Ngudi, and E. Yevgheny (State University of New York-Binghamton) PDF
8:401091 Conducting Organic Polymer Gas Sensors: Correlating Sensor Responses with the Nature of the Sensor Material - R. Bissell (Ometech plc), F.-B. Li, K. Persaud (UMIST), and P. Travers (Ometech plc) PDF
9:101092 Drift Compensation Using Internal Standard Gas Generation or Metal Oxide Gas - A. Walte, W. Muenchmeyer, and P. Ungetjuem (WMA Airsense Analytics) PDF
9:401093 A Colorimetric Nose: "Smell-Seeing" - K.S. Suslick, N.A. Rakow, and A. Sen (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) PDF
10:10 Twenty-Minute Intermission
10:301094 Drift Correction of Electronic Tongue Responses - S. Holmin, C. Krantz-Rülcker, and F. Winquist (Linkopings Universitet) PDF
11:001095 Cross-Reactive Silica Microspheres Employed for High-Speed Fluorescence Detection and Discrimination of Volatile Compounds - K.J. Albert, S.E. Stitzel, and D.R. Walt (Tufts University) PDF
11:301096 Electronically Tunable SAW Gas Sensors - Y. Gulyaev, R. Kryshtal, A. Medved, and V. Shemet (Russian Academy of Sciences) PDF

Sensor Technologies II

Co-Chairs: S. Schiffman and K. Persaud

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2:001097 New Technologies for Sensors Used in Electronic Noses - U.P. Weimar (University of Tuebingen) PDF
2:401098 Plasma Emission Spectroscopy for Artificial Nose Applications - D. Mariotti, J. McLaughlin, and P. Maguire (University of Ulster at Jordanstown) PDF
3:00 Thirty-Minute Intermission
3:301099 Microarray Studies for Efficient Processing, Testing, and Optimization of Sensing Materials - S. Semancik, R. Cavicchi, J. Tiffany, C. Taylor, and M. Wheeler (National Institute of Standards and Technology) PDF
4:001100 Sampling Analytical Preparation using Pervaporation for Monitoring the Muscatel Aroma Production with an Electronic Nose - C. Pinheiro, T. Schafer, C. Rodrigues, and J. Crespo (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) PDF
4:301101 A Novel Method for Catalyst Discovery: Construction and In-situ Imaging of Surface Composition Gradients - S. Jayaraman and A. Hillier (University of Virginia) PDF
5:001102 Fabrication of Chemical Sensor Packaging with Stereolithography - L.A. Tse, H.-S. Noh, L. Seals, J. Gole, D. Rosen, and P.J. Hesketh (Georgia Institute of Technology) GIF

Congressional Halls A-D, Ballroom Level

Poster Session (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM)

Co-Chairs: J.R. Stetter and W.R. Penrose

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o1103 A High Speed Trapping System for the Analysis of Technical Gases with Sensor Arrays - A. Walte, W. Muenchmeyer, and B. Ungethuem (WMA Airsense Analytics GmbH) PDF
o1104 New Coating Procedure for CMOS Microsensors - M. Frank (University of Tuebingen), N. Kerness (ETH Zurich), S. Raible (University of Tuebingen), C. Hagleitner (ETH Zurich), U. Weimar (University of Tuebingen), and H. Baltes (ETH Zurich) PDF
o1105 Measuring Microbial Activity with an Electronic Tongue - C. Soderstrom, H. Boren, C. Krantz-Rulcker, and F. Winquist (Linkoping University) PDF
o1106 The Artificial Tongue and Its Application in Beverage Analysis - S. Isz, T. Tan, and P. Prevost (ALPHA MOS) PDF
o1107 Quality Control and Quality Assurance of Beer Using Instruments Correlated with Taste and Flavor Analyses - S. Isz, V. Schmitt, and T. Tan (ALPHA MOS) PDF
o1108 Innovative and Rapid Air Quality Monitoring Using Electronic Nose - V. Schmitt (ALPHA MOS), T. Braggins (AGRESEARCH), and J.-F. Chauvet (ALPHA MOS) PDF
o1109 Fish Freshness Assessment with Electronic Nose Directly at the Fishing Dock - J.-C. Mifsud and V. Schmitt (ALPHA MOS) PDF
o1110 Flavour Sensors Solves The Time-Intensity Measurements - P. Mielle and N. Fournier (INRA) PDF
o1111 Low-drift Odour and Vapour Ratiometric Resistive Elements for Analogue CMOS Smart Sensors - M. Cole, J.W. Gardner, D.C. Dyer (University of Warwick), and P.N. Bartlett (University of Southampton) PDF
o1112 Signal Pattern Analysis and Referencing in Long Term Air Quality Measurements with an Electronic Nose - D. Haringer and J. Goschnick (Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe GmbH) PDF
o1113 The Pico-1 E-Nose for Monitoring the Malodors in the Environment - M. Pardo, G. Sberveglieri, and G. Niederjaufner (University of Brescia) PDF
o1114 Quantification of Individual Components of Volatile Organics using Gas Chromatography with Electronic Nose Detector - Y. Gelfand, M.A. Breimer, and O.A. Sadik (Corresponding Author - Department of Chemistry, State University of New York at Binghamton) PDF
o1115 Development of a Robotized E-Nose Prototype for On-Line Control of Odorized Tickets - T. Talou and C. Masson (MIDIVAL Asbl) PDF
o1116 Prospective Experiments of E-Nose for Cosmetics Applications: Recognition of Sweat Odors - M. Bonnefille, S. Neiltz, B. Dubreuil, and T. Talou (INPT/ENSCT Agro-Industrial Chemistry Laboratory) PDF
o1117 Electronic Noses Prospecting for In-Site Termite Proximity Detection - C. Raynaud (Critt Agroressources SENSORIC dept.), B. Dubreuil, S. Pelissou (INPT-ENSCT Agro-industrial chemistry laboratory AMS group), X. Faure (soual sa), and T. Talou (INPT-ENSCT Agro-industrial chemistry laboratory AMS group) PDF
o1118 Different Designs of SAW Sensors to Detect Organic Vapours - M.J. Fernandez, J.L. Fontecha, C. Horrillo, I. Sayago, C. Cane, and I. Gracia (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas (CSIC)) PDF
o1119 Wavelet Analysis for Feature Extraction of Electronic Nose Transient Responses - C. Distante, M. Leo (University of Lecce), and P. Siciliano (IME -CNR) PDF
o1120 VOC Recognition with Sensor Array and Neuro-Fuzzy Network - D.-S. Lee, J.-S. Huh, M. Lee, and D.-D. Lee (National University) PDF

Wednesday, March 28, 2001

Auditorium, Meeting Room Level

Pattern Recognition

Co-Chairs: A.D'Amico and W.R. Penrose

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10:001121 Odor Detection and Recognition with Support Vector Machines - C. Distante (University of Lecce), N. Ancona (IESI - CNR), and P. Siciliano (IME - CNR) PDF
10:201122 The Effect of Small Samples on Covariance Matrix Estimation - B. Linnell (North Carolina State University) PDF
10:401123 Boosting Electronic Noses - M. Pardo, G. Sberveglieri (University of Brescia), G. Valentini, and F. Masulli (University of Genova) PDF
11:001124 Improving Concentration Estimation of Pollutant Gases by Means of k-nn Classification with Adaptive Vote - A. Roncaglia, F. Brasini (University of Bologna), I. Elmi, L. Dori (CNR), and M. Rudan (University of Bologna) PDF
11:201125 Application of Adaptive RBF Network for Odour Classification Under Drift Effect Using Conducting Polymer Sensor Array - H.-G. Byun, N.-Y. Kim (Samchok National University), K. Persaud (UMIST), J.-S. Huh, and D.-D. Lee (Kyungpook National University) PDF

Applications II

Co-Chairs: W.R. Penrose and A. D'Amico

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2:001126 Comparison of Sensory Analysis (using QDA) and Consumer Acceptance Testing with Electronic Tongue and Sensor Arrays for Evaluating Consumer Defined Product Quality of Fruit Juices - T. Tan, S. Labreche, E. Saint-Martin, S. Isz (ALPHA M.O.S), H. Stone, and R. N. Bleibaum (Tragon Corporation) PDF
2:201127 Tomato Varieties Evaluation: Electronic Tongue vs. Chemical Analysis and Sensory Panel - A. Rudnitskaya, A. Legin (St. Petersburg University), C. Salles, and P. Mielle (INRA) PDF
2:401128 Monitoring Oil Degradation using Coated Piezoelectric Quartz Crystal based Electronic Nose - Z. Ali, L. O'Hare, B. Theaker, and T. Sarkodie-Gyan (University of Teesside) PDF
3:00 Thirty-Minute Intermission
3:301129 Comparison Between Chemical Transient and Temperature Modulation Techniques for Gas Mixture Classification - A. Fort, N. Machetti, S. Rocchi, N. Ulivieri, V. Vignoli (University of Siena-Italy), and E. Comini (University of Brescia) PDF
3:501130 Use of an Electronic Nose to Evaluate Odors from Swine Operations - S. Schiffman (Duke University Medical School), R. Gutierrez-Osuna (Wright State University), and T. Nagle (North Carolina State University) PDF
4:101131 Development of an On-line Sensor Array System for Monitoring Pollutants in Potable Water - P. Hogben (Cranfield University), B. Drage (Severn Trent Water), and R. Stuetz (Cranfield University) PDF
4:301132 Early Warning Fire Detection System using an Electronic Nose - S. Rose-Pehrsson, S. Hart (Naval Research Laboratory), M. Hammond (NOVA Reseach, Inc.), D. Gottuk, J. Wong, and M. Wright (Hughes Associates, Inc.) PDF
4:501133 Multi-Frequency Temperature Modulation For Metal-Oxide Gas Sensors - R. Gutierrez-Osuna, S. Korah (Wright State University), and A. Perera (Universitat de Barcelona) PDF

Congressional Hall B, Ballroom Level

ISOEN 8 Banquet (5:30 PM - 7:30 PM)

Co-Chairs: J.R. Stetter and W.R. Penrose

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5:30 ISOEN 8 Banquet