The Sensometric Society
 

Sensometrics 2014, Chicago, USA

Holiday Inn Mart Plaza Hotel in downtown Chicago

Tutorials: July 29, Meeting: July 30, 31 and August 1

Sensometrics 2014 Program Booklet incl. Abstracts (pdf)


 Program - Sensometrics 2014

  Shaded talks are 2-minute elevator pitches of Posters (direct link to poster where available)


Time / Authors Day 1: Wednesday, July 30, 2014


8:30-8:50 Opening
Tom Carr & Richard Popper Welcome, Co-chairs, 12th Sensometric Meeting
Michael Meyners Opening Address, President, Sensometric Society


8:50-9:50 Invited Speaker
Yoshio Takane, Canada Constrained Principal Components Analysis and Sensometrics


9:50-10:30 Product Optimization 1
Gastón Ares, Uruguay Comparison of Intensity Scales and CATA Questions for Product Optimization Using Consumers' Description of Ideal Products
Emmanuelle Diaz, France Real vs Virtual Driving or How to Improve the Realism of a Dynamic Driving Simulator
Perrine Baudry, France Exploring Cushioning Intensity and Ideal Over Time: Application to Optimization of Walking Shoes
Yvonne Koelliker, USA Sensory Data Visualization - Challenging the Status Quo
Thierry Worch, UK PrefMFA, A Solution Taking the Best of Both Internal and External Preference Mapping Techniques


10:30-11:00 Coffee/Posters


  Multivariate 1
Caroline Peltier, France Multidimensional Extension of Mixed Assessor Model
Federica Belmonte, Denmark Maximum Likelihood Principal Component Analysis (MLPCA) and Probabilistic Multidimensional Scaling of Sensory and Consumer Data
Sharon Klaassen, The Netherlands Imputation of Liking Data with 25, 50 or 75% Missing Under Different Removal Conditions by Means of Multiple Imputation or Predictive Mean Matching
Brian Franczak, Canada Cluster-Wise Imputation Via the EM Algorithm
Leticia Vidal, Uruguay What is the best parameter to estimate the degree of similarity between two-dimensional sample configurations?
Leticia Vidal, Uruguay Comparison of Hellinger and chi-square distances to obtain sensory spaces from check-all-that-apply questions
Leticia Vidal, Uruguay Comparison of MFA and GPA for the analysis of projective mapping data
Youssef Idelcaid, France Comparison between covariance-based SEM and PLS path modelling in case of small samples. Application for modelling consumer terms with sensory and instrumental evaluation
Hector Escalona-Buendía, Mexico Multivariate correlations of three sensory descriptive methods using multiple factor analysis and generalized procustes analysis
Marleen Chambault, UK A multi-stage, quant/qual approach based on combined individual and group, free and guided Sorted Napping


12:30-13-30 Lunch


13:30-15:50 Kaleidoscope 1
Betina Piqueras-Fiszman, UK Relating Consumers' Eating Behaviour and Hunger State and Their Explicit and Implicit Motivational Responses Towards Foods
Rune Christensen, Denmark Confidence Intervals for d' in Sensory Discrimination Tests
Antti Kuusinen, Finland Experiences in Individual Vocabulary Profiling of Concert Hall Acoustics.
Hye-Seong Lee, Republic of Korea Sensory Discrimination of Multiple Samples from a Fixed Reference: Constant-Reference Duo-Trio and A-Not A Reminder Methods Perform Better than the Unspecified-Tetrad and Triangle Methods
John Ennis, USA A Thurstonian Comparison of the
Tetrad and Degree of Difference Tests
Philippe Courcoux, France Free Sorting Task: Comparison of Groups of Subjects. Application to Perfume Categorization.
Bo-Kyoung Kwon, Republic of Korea The A-Not A Rating Method for Discriminating Small Sensory Differences: Effects of Non-Optimal Decision Rule Incongruent with the Reference Presentation Probability
Laure Le Paih, France Catering to Cats Individual Preferences
Laure Le Paih, France Kinetics of Consumption, An Innovative Tool to Measure Cat Food Palatability
John Castura, Canada Replicated Tetrad Simulations for Sensitivity Quantification and Panelist Selection
Evelyne Vigneau, France Segmentation of Consumers While Discarding Irrelevant Information
Yvonne Koelliker, USA Comparing a Degree of Difference Scale to Triangle Testing


15:50-16:20 Coffee/Posters


16:20-17:50 Data Analysis Workshop

Temporal Dominance of Sensations and Temporal Liking Data Analysis


18:00-19:00 Sensometric Society Annual General Meeting


  Day 2: Thursday, July 31, 2014


8:00-9:00 Invited Speaker
Thrasos Pappas, USA Visual Signal Analysis and Compression: Focus on Texture Similarity


9:00-10:00 Qualitative
El Mostafa Qannari, France Association Model for the Analysis of Free Sorting Data
Thierry Worch, UK What Should You Know About Analysing Social Media Data Using twitteR: The Experience of a Practitioner
Pascale Deneulin, Switzerland Clustering of Textual Networks: Analysing Open-Ended Questions in Text Data of the Perception of Minerality in Wine


10:00-10:30 Coffee/Posters


10:30-11:30 Panel Performance
Paul Talsma, UK Using Generalizability Theory to Assess Panel Reliability
Alexandra Kuznetsova, Denmark SensMixed: A New R Package for User Friendly Mixed Model ANOVA for Multi Attribute Sensory and Consumer Data
Nicolas Pineau, Switzerland Panel Performance Assessment for Temporal Dominance of Sensations Data


11:30-12:40 Temporal
Arnaud Thomas, France From Temporality of Sensations to Dynamic of Liking
Jéssica Ferreira Rodrigues, Brazil Evaluating Temporal Dominance of Sensations Curves by Parallel Factor Analysis (PARAFAC)
John Castura, Canada Temporal Check-All-That-Apply (TCATA): A Novel Temporal Sensory Method for Characterizing Products
Tâm Minh Lê, France Digit-Tracking: Studying Over Time the Evolution of Sensory Dimensions of an Individual Product Space Based on Holistic Methods


12:40-13:40 Lunch


13:40-15:00 Product Optimization 2
Michael Meyners, Germany Testing for Differences Between Impact of Attributes in Penalty-Lift-Analysis
Margot Brard, France An Alternative to the Ideal Profile Method Adapted to Children
Nirav Shah, USA
Application of design of experiments to find an optimal cake mix composition
Per Bruun Brockhoff, Denmark d' Interpretation of Standard Sensory and Consumer Linear Mixed Model ResNults.
Alexandra Grygorczyk, Canada The Most Valuable Player is Not Always on the Winning Team: Why Some Colours are a Safe Bet but Others May Be High Risk with Potentially Higher Reward
Marleen Chambault, UK A Case Study Application of the Ideal Profile Method (IPM) in the UK Dairy Sector


15:00-15:30 Coffee/Posters


15:30-16:30 Multivariate 2
Véronique Cariou, France Clustering of Variables Around Latent Components Extended to Conventional Sensory Profiling 3-Way Data
Luis de Saldamando,  Uruguay Polarized Projective Mapping with Consumers: Validity, Reproducibility and Methodological Aspects
Carla Kuesten, USA Use of the Benchmark Dose (BMD) Methodology to Mitigate Risk for an Applied Ingredient Replacement Study
Margaret Hinds, USA Comparison of CATA, CATA-Intensity, and LSA-Descriptive to Determine Optimal Flavor Attributes
Hyo-Jin Kim, Republic of Korea Development of a Predictive Model for the Perceived Holistic Softness of Diapering


18:00-22:00 Conference Dinner


  Day 3: Friday, August 1, 2014


8:30-9:30 Invited Speaker
Herve Abdi, USA Partial Triadic Correspondence Analysis of BeTA (Best that Apply) Data


9:30-10:40 Kaleidoscope 2
Sungjin Hong, USA Uncovering New Chemical Markers for Quality and Effects of Processing Variables and Shelf-Life Using Partial Least-Squares Regression generalized for three-way and categorical sensory responses
Leticia Vidal, Uruguay Segmentation in Projective Mapping, a Tool for Better Understanding Consumers' Perception
Yang Tang, Canada Clustering CATA Data via a Mixture of Latent Trait Models with Common Slope Parameters
Michael Gasho, USA Pay Attention to Timid Scale Users, and Everybody Else
Tina Gupton, USA Application of design of experiments in blueberry muffins


10:40-11:00 Coffee


11:00-12:30 SSP-Sensometrics Joint Workshop

Design - Analysis - Interpretation: Getting Sensory Research Right

D. Hengehold
M. Chambault, C. Gilbert
D. Cunero, F. Rossi

Aligning Research Design with Business Objectives: Case Studies
Analysis of Sensory Data: Making the Case for Digging Deeper
Influencing Business Directions & Decisions - Research Interpretation & Communication

12:30-14:00 Lunch and Closing/Awards


  Posters (without elevator pitch)
Sébastien Lê, France Statistical Penalty Analysis: Methodology’s Elements and Application
Sébastien Lê, France Holos: A collaborative environment for holistic approaches
Joachim Kunert, Germany Variable Selection and Block Effects
Vanessa Souza, Brazil Optimization of Raspberry Jelly Using Mixture Design and Response Surface Methodology
Betina Piqueras-Fiszman, UK Complementary Tools to Assess Panelists' Performance of CATA Questions
Kyle McLean, USA Comparison of Torgerson Method of Triads (TMT) to Difference Control Test Lot Variance (DOD-CTV)
Sébastien Lê, France Linking Sensory and Advertising Representations, an Application on Ten Luxury Men's Fragrances
Sébastien Lê, France A new and complementary approach to the Ideal Profile Analysis for identifying different ideals from clusters of consumers
Sintia Carla Correa, Brazil Prediction of the sensory acceptance of fruits by physical and physical-chemical parameters using multivairate models

 

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