SAAFoST Northern Branch Lecture
"State-of-the-Art Sensory and Consumer Research"
Speaker: Dr Chris Findlay, Compusense Inc., Guelph, Canada
The quality of sensory and consumer research data is continuously improving as new methods are developed and old techniques are refined. This means that the State-of-the-Art is a moving target and we must review Best Practices on an ongoing basis. Three examples will be presented:
In each of these areas, current research has led to significant advancesin methodology that make the results of sensory research more valuable.
- Applying immediate feedback for descriptive panel training and calibration;
- Improving consumer data collected over the internet;
- Segmentation of consumer liking of high-fatigue products using sensory design and balanced incomplete blocks.
Tuesday 31 August 2010
Department of Food Science, University of Pretoria, Old Agricultural Building (Building no 34), Lecture theatre 2-35.
Address: University of Pretoria, Main Campus, Hatfield.
Click here for map. Please make use of the Prospect Street entrance (Parking available in H 15).
|17:30 for 18:00:
||Arrival & drinks
|18:00 to 19:00:
||Welcome, presentation, questions
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