Smelling Success

Smelling Success - Ehsan Danesh prize
Winning student Ehsan Danesh (left) and supervisor Professor Krishna Persaud

The International Society for Olfaction and Chemical Sensing (ISOCS) advances the research and application of olfaction and chemical sensing.

At its biennial conference ISOEN (15th International Symposium on Olfaction and Electronic Nose), held in Daegu, South Korea 2-5th July 2013, we are proud to announce that 3rd year PhD student Ehsan Danesh was awarded the Wolfgang Goepel Memorial aAard for his presentation of a paper entitled "Facile fabrication of highly sensitive nanoporous polyaniline-based ammonia sensors on flexible substrates by vapour-phase deposition polymerisation", in which he was lead author.

This is a prize that was established in 1998 in the memory of Professor Wolfgang Goepel of the University of Tuebingen, Germany, who was a pioneering scientist in the field, and this prize is given for the best scientific presentation at the meeting. Ehsan is a Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher carrying out his PhD in CEAS under the supervision of Professor Krishna Persaud.

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