The next 8th World Congress of the Digital Olfaction Society will take place on December 5-6, 2024 at Ap Tokyo Yaesu in Tokyo, Japan. The Digital Olfaction Society (DOS) hosts events approximately every two years. The first DOS event took place in Berlin, Germany and since then, five more events have taken place, predominantly in Tokyo, Japan.

  The previous edition, the 7th Digital Olfaction Society World Congress, took place on November 29-30, 2022 in Tokyo - Japan, in-person & online. The objective of DOS is to gather, share, and complete the knowledge recently established about olfactory digitization.

   Researchers and experts in the field of artificial olfaction are invited to contribute their insights and discoveries to a special issue of Sensors journal focusing on Electronic Nose (eNose) technology. Spearheaded by Prof. Dr. Jesus Lozano, Dr. Antonio Ruiz-Canales, and Dr. Patricia Arroyo, this special issue seeks to explore the latest advancements in Instrumental Odour Monitoring Systems (IOMS) technology and its applications.

The call for papers encompasses various aspects of eNose technology, including:

   In May 2024, the International Symposium on Olfaction and Electronic Nose (ISOEN) will convene at the Grapevine Convention Center, situated adjacent to the Dallas Fort-Worth International Airport. ISOEN 2024, renowned for its focus on artificial chemoreception, olfaction, and taste, will serve as a global platform for scientists, engineers, and practitioners to exchange the latest developments in sensor technologies and related fields.

   The symposium will delve into various topics, encompassing odor sampling techniques, sensor materials, multivariable sensor arrays, and data analytics applications across medical, industrial, environmental, air quality, and food safety sectors. Additionally, discussions will extend to IoT, robotic systems, and bioengineering, reflecting the diverse applications of artificial chemoreception.

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