EVENTS November 13th, 14th and 15th 2019

Food & Hospitality Multisensory Perspectives

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We are excited to invite you to our symposium that focuses on multisensory perspectives of the consumer experience: dining atmospherics, meal experience, flavour perception and beyond.
Our event consists of two parts that link consumer experience research and design thinking in hospitality (Day 1 -2) with food perception, cognitive mechanisms and sensory analysis (Day 3). The aim is to explore and develop new research agenda and cooperation among the participants.

The first two days on consumer experience research are jointly organised by three leading institutions in the experience research field, Breda UAS, Haaga-Helia UAS and Institut Paul Bocuse, and sponsored by EuroCHRIE as an official small group meeting (SGM).

The third day is a scientific research symposium organised by the Institut Paul Bocuse Research Center with a focus on food and flavour perception mechanisms in relation to innovation and health.

The aim of these events is to create a truly multidisciplinary environment that can help to open new research avenues and stimulate cooperation within these exciting fields of exploration. The first two days focus on how food and hospitality experiences can be designed and measured. The third day moves forward to a detailed analysis of food experience by investigating food and flavour perception mechanisms and exploring the business and public health outcomes.

Days 1-2. Food Experience and Beyond

Interdisciplinary Perspectives of Hospitality Research

A EuroCHRIE small group meeting (SGM) organised by Breda UAS, Haaga-Helia UAS and Institut Paul Bocuse:

13/11/19. Day 1: Experience research methods
14/11/19. Day 2: The future of interdisciplinary research on food experience and beyond
Program Day 1-2

Day 3. Food Perception:

Mechanisms, innovation & health
A research symposium: organised by Institut Paul Bocuse:

15/11/19. Day 3: Mechanisms, innovation & health
Program Day 3

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Submission deadline : July 31th

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Closing of registration : October 17th

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