Odeuropa Network

The aim of the Odeuropa Network is to promote international and interdisciplinary expertise and activities around olfactory heritage and sensory data mining. Registered members are enrolled in our newsletter, which provide updates of the Odeuropa consortium’s activities (e.g. ‘smellinars’, workshops, research findings) and olfactory heritage events. In addition, members can optionally list their information and expertise in the public members’ directory, shown below. Please fill in our online registration form to become a member.

Tip: The entries in the member’s directory are updated on an ongoing basis. To find other members by e.g. location or shared expertise, please use the Search feature at the top of the table. This acts like a live filter on all the entries in the directory.

Tip: The keywords associated with each entry are drawn from a pre-defined list: Anosmia, Anthropology, Archaeology, Architecture, Art History, Art, Botany, Chemistry, Computer Science, Consulting, Cultural Heritage, Design, Education, Food & Aroma, Fragrance, GLAM, Heritage Science, History, Linguistics, Literature, Malodours, Maps & Smellscapes, Marketing, Medicine, Museology, Neuroscience, Philosophy, Psychology, Sensory Studies, Tools & Instrumentation, Tourism.

Tip: If you want to view the contacts in a more geographical way, we have also made an interactive map showing the location of each member, their interests, and contact information.

NameAffiliationKeywordsContactExpertiseLocation
Alain SebillePsychiatristFragrance, History, Cultural Heritage, Malodours, MedicineEmailPsychiatrist with clinical interest in some forms of schizophrenia and neighboring diseases involving a high occurrence of olfactory hallucinations. A personal review of literature about the history of hygiene may suggest that patients with schizophrenia & olfactory hallucinations show more 'atavistic' pre-cultural olfactory feelings than normal population.Strasbourg, France
Alba AlvarezRijksmuseumChemistry, Cultural HeritageWebsiteDetection of organic volatiles.Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Alexandre HelwaniThe Perfume ChroniclesFragrance, History, Anthropology, LinguisticsWebsite, InstagramI delve into the ethnobotanic aspects of perfume, exploring its different uses and symbolic importance throughout centuries and civilisations. My expertise consists in unearthing lost formulae and recreating them as faithfully as possible, technically and botanically. Paris, France
Alex GrunenfelderArtistArt, Philosophy, Sensory Studies, DesignWebsite, InstagramI’m an air taster studying the sensory analysis of atmospheric phenomena. My work employs olfaction, printed matter, performance, sound and informal pedagogy to explore the perception of space, landscape, and the air as speculative sensory objects.Vancouver, Canada
Ally LouksUniversity of CambridgeMalodours, Sensory Studies, Literature, Fragrance, Food & AromaWebsite, TwitterI'm currently a PhD student at the University of Cambridge studying 'olfactory ethics: smell and discrimination in modernity'. I work within the field of interdisciplinary literary studies, with an emphasis on critical theory, and specialise in 20th and 21st century literature.Cambridge, United-Kingdom
Andreas KellerOlfactory Art KellerArt, Art History, Consulting & Industry, GLAM, PhilosophyWebsite, InstagramI have been studying olfaction in academia both experimentally and theoretically for over a decade. Currently I'm a gallerist, running an art gallery that focuses on olfactory art.New York, USA
Anna D'ErricoFreelance writer and independent researcherAnosmia, Neuroscience, Sensory Studies, Consulting & IndustryWebsite, TwitterI am a neuroscientist (from Olfaction field), science writer and independent performer. I work as science writer and science communicator mainly focused on smell and olfaction; I am also a performer working with scent and smell in performance and dance-theatre and how to use scent onstage. Frankfurt, Germany
Anna HarrisMaastricht UniversityAnthropology, Education, Medicine, Sensory Studies, Tools & InstrumentationWebsite, TwitterI am a sensory studies scholar, interested in all of the senses. My expertise is in sensory education, learning sensory skills, sensory data, and sensory methods. I am an anthropologist with a background in medicine.Maastricht, The Netherlands
Anne ParkAsia Cosme LabConsulting & Industry, Fragrance, Marketing & PR, Maps & Smellscapes, MalodoursWebsite, LinkedInA recent graduate of MSc Scent Design & Creation program of ISIPCA/IFF, I have a year of experience in fragrance development and fragrance marketing in IFF and Firmenich. Currently I'm working for a beauty consulting agency based in Paris. I am interested in anything that is outside of conventional perfumery and fragrance such as the Odeuropa project! Paris, France
Antonella RadicchiTU BerlinSensory Studies, Design, Art, Maps & Smellscapes, Tools & InstrumentationWebsite, LinkedInMy olfactory interests relate to three main themes: 1) the interplay between smell and sound; 2) participatory approaches to smell monitoring to inform odour policy-making; 3) smell design and art installation in everyday public spaces.Berlin, Germany
Antti-Ville KärjäUniversity of the Arts HelsinkiArt, Cultural Heritage, History, Philosophy, TourismWebsiteWith a background in the cultural study of music and audio-visual media, I am interested in multisensory and multimodal epistemology, and in developing "olfactory cultural studies" where the limits of (digital) mediation and representation are addressed specifically.Helsinki, Finland
Armelle LorcyResearch Center CHU de Québec-Laval UniversityAnthropology, Food & Aroma, Malodours, Medicine, Sensory StudiesWebsiteAnthropology of food and senses in South America and the study of social and intercultural relations; anthropology of food and senses among people with cancer and who are under a chemotherapy treatment that may cause sensory disturbances.Quebec City, Canada
Aymeric JeudyMusée Matisse NiceArt, Art History, Fragrance, Museology, Education, GLAMWebsite, InstagramWe are currently considering an olfactory tour for the Matisse museum. This could appear together with an exhibitions on flowers in 2022. Just as in a 17th century Dutch still life, flowers appeal to the visual sense and to the sense of smell. This synaesthesia is essential for Matisse who uses it as a medium for memory in the manner of Proust.Nice, France
Barbara HuberMax Planck Institute for the Science of Human HistoryChemistry, Medicine, Botany, Cultural Heritage, ArchaeologyWebsite, TwitterReconstructions of past smells by studying ancient organic remains of aromatics and spices using chemical analysis.Jena, Germany
Camilla Nicklaus-MaurerContemporary ArtistArt, Art History, EducationWebsite, InstagramOlfactory materials in art, contemporary art, how smell spread in art, smell in installations, smelling objects, smell to remember, new categories for artworks enriched with smell, challenges and opportunities with smell in art, fine art, smell in exposition, smell of material and additional smell, natural and artificial smell, Grainau, Germany
Caroline BouissouVilla ArsonArt, Cultural Heritage, Education, Anthropology, BotanyWebsite, InstagramAt the origin of the group 7ma group, "We are all 7 million years" (http://www.7ma.eu). A multidisciplinary group linking researchers and artists with research about mental images involving neuroscience and the chemistry of smells. We do research and creation, linking images, memory, and smells.Nice, France
Catherine Haley EpsteinOdorbetArt, Education, Linguistics, Psychology, Sensory StudiesWebsite, TwitterAs an artist and author of Nose Dive (2019), I have facilitated projects and workshops independently around olfaction since 2011. The Odorbet (2020) is an ongoing collection of words, where we seek international contributions to broaden the public's understanding of the olfactory landscape. The database also includes scent classification systems.Portland, USA
Celia LytteltonFragrance WriterFragranceInstagramMy book, "The Scent Trail; A journey of the Senses", published by Bantam and Penguin, is a a travelogue and history about scent.United-Kingdom
Ceyda Berk-SöderblomMiklagardArtsArt, Cultural Heritage, Tools & InstrumentationWebsite, LinkedInI'm an art professional whose career is driven by curiosity. I want to explore what it means to have an olfactory experience in arts.Helsinki, Finland
Christina BradstreetThe National Gallery, LondonArt, Art History, Literature, HistoryWebsite, TwitterIconography and symbolism of scent in art and visual culture. Scent in British, European and American 19th century art and design - especially Pre-Raphaelitism and Aestheticism. How understanding 19th century ideas about smell can enhance interpretations of artworks. How artworks mirrored the “period nose,” on issues like evolution, faith, race, morality and mental health.East Grinstead, United-Kingdom
Christine GriffithsBard Graduate CenterFragrance, Art History, History, Sensory Studies, BotanyWebsite, TwitterI am a cultural historian of early modern perfume, art, and gardens. I use material & visual culture, engagement with raw materials, recipes, and methods of historically-informed reconstruction to approach and connect past histories of science, medicine, and technologies of making fragrance.New York, USA
Christine JeanneretUniversity of CopenhagenArt, Cultural Heritage, History, Sensory StudiesWebsite, LinkedInI work on soundscapes and history, my olfactory expertise amounts to very little (except working closely to an expert in perfumes at the Centre de recherche du château de Versailles), but my approach to sensory studies and historical research on the senses is closely related to the Odeuropa projectCopenhagen, Denmark
Cici ZhangUniversity of AlbertaComputer Science, ChemistryWebsiteI’m a student of statistics and computing science, interested in visualizing and digitizing air pollutants, and creating a healthy breathing environment. Diminishing stench discharges and categorizing odors are parts of this mission. Edmonton, Canada
Clara MullerNez, the olfactory magazineArt, Art History, Sensory Studies, Museology, DesignWebsite, LinkedInArt historian, critic, and curator, Clara Muller is pursuing research on the politics of breathing in contemporary art, the diversity of art and design practices using scent as a medium, as well as on the presence of smell in 19th and 20th century French literature.Paris, France
Danielle ReedMonell Chemical Senses CenterAnosmia, Food & Aroma, Psychology, Sensory StudiesWebsite, TwitterI am the Associate Director of the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia which is a non-profit institution devoted to the study of chemosensory biology which includes smell. Personally, I love natural language processing methods and I would love to hear how I might participate.Philadelphia, USA
Danyel GafsouVia ScentConsulting & Industry, Fragrance, Malodours, Sensory StudiesWebsite, LinkedInI assist brands leverage growth and create unique customer experience via scent initiatives. Passionate about olfaction and technology. For me, scents are a language, a way of communication, delivering information about our world.Tel Aviv, Israel
Darko PerkoMedical doctorMedicine, AnosmiaWebsiteAs a medical doctor specialized in problems of the nose and paranasal sinuses I am interested in anosmia, hyposmia and parosmia and in the sense of smell in general.Zürich, Switzerland
David HingleyTateHistory, Tourism, GLAMWebsite, TwitterI have worked in Visitor Experience for the last 12 years, being involved in a number of projects and visitor presentations that have involved olfactory experiences. My interests are around the practical challenges to teams that the introduction of scent can bring, alongside the positive benefits for visitors.London, United-Kingdom
Dorothy AbramJohnson & Wales UniversityAnthropology, Maps & Smellscapes, Cultural Heritage, Heritage Science, Psychology, Sensory StudiesWebsiteA researcher in the psychology and sociology of scent.Providence, USA
Edouard VauryInhalioComputer Science, Tools & Instrumentation, Museology, MedicineWebsite, LinkedInInhalio is a global leader in cloud-based digital scent technology. We focus on the science of scent using a data-centric process of precise scent infusion, molecular dry-air diffusion, and detailed customer insights.Saint-Malo, France
Emilie MurphyUniversity of YorkHistory, Sensory StudiesWebsite, TwitterHistorian of sound and the senses, 1500-1700. Particularly interested in the sensory methodologies used by the Odeuropa project.York, United-Kingdom
Fabienne HuebenerInwordNeuroscience, Marketing & PR, Sensory Studies, ArtWebsite, TwitterPhD in olfaction (neurobiology), science journalist specialized on smell, performance artist interested in integrating smell into performance. Munich, Germany
Federica NorisScent CompanyFragranceWebsiteI work for Scent Company: we specialise in Olfactory branding and Scent Marketing world-wide. I help many different businesses, including museums, creating customer journeys through the art of storytelling using scents. My interest is in how different scents can improve a visitor's experience.Bergamo, Italy
Federico KuksoKnight Science Journalism @ MITHistory, Archaeology, Art History, Cultural Heritage, LiteratureWebsite, InstagramI'm a science journalist specialised in history of science. I'm the author of the book "Odorama: Historia Cultural del Olor" ("Odorama: Cultural History of Smell"), a global exploration of the past, present and future of smell.Buenos Aires, Argentina
Francesca Strik LieversUniversity of GenoaLinguistics, Sensory StudiesWebsiteI am a linguist and I work on the linguistic expression of sensory experience, focusing on sensory lexicon and on synaesthetic metaphors. As concerns smell, I am particularly interested in the way olfactory lexicon changes over time.Genoa, Italy
Francesco AlettaUniversity College LondonDesign, Maps & Smellscapes, Sensory StudiesWebsite, TwitterI am interested in urban smellscapes and smellscape mapping and design.London, United-Kingdom
Francisca SousaMuseu Coleção BerardoArt
Art History, Chemistry, Museology, Food & Aroma
Website, InstagramMy olfactory interests are almost purely amateur. However, I am an art conservation science graduate and an avid perfume lover and food worshiper. Often, I find these fields coalesce. In my academic history, I once synthesized Tyrian purple (from hexaplex trunculus species) and found instant fame in the chemistry department, not for the right reasons, it stank very very much!Lisbon, Portugal
Francis NagyWriter and ArtistArt, Botany, Malodours, Linguistics, PsychologyWebsiteIn August 2020 I graduated in Creative Writing at ArtEZ (Arnhem) and I'm now working as an autonomous writer. For my graduation thesis I researched smell and the words we don't have for it. Since then, I can't let go of the world of scents anymore.Arnhem, The Netherlands
Frank ThorpeUniversity of LiverpoolHistory, Sensory Studies, Cultural Heritage, Literature, MalodoursWebsite, TwitterMy work, which is based upon archival research, explores the deodorisation of human bodies in modern British history. I am interested in how meanings associated with bodily odours and deodorant products have been constructed. More broadly, I have research interests in the olfactory in modern history.Liverpool, United-Kingdom
Frank WilschutIndependent consultantChemistryLinkedInMy expertise is chemistry of odour molecules, formation of odours, odour-structure relationships, malodours and ageing of odours. My interest is explaining the chemistry of odours to various audiences.Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Gabriella M. PatrickUniversity of StavangerHistory, Sensory Studies, Food & Aroma, Cultural Heritage, Consulting & Industry, Neuroscience, Maps & SmellscapesWebsite, LinkedInI am a historian of taste and have written widely on the chemosenses.Stavanger, Norway
Hanna HodacsDept. of the History of Science and Ideas, Uppsala UniversityHistory, Botany, Food & AromaWebsiteI am interested in the taste and smell of coffee and tea in early-modern Europe as part of a project in which I research how naturalists in Scandinavia developed substitutes for exotic goods. A central question in my work is: What can the histories of substitutions and their tastes and scents tell us about the relation between globalization and consumption?Uppsala, Sweden
Hannah PlattsRoyal Holloway, University of LondonArchaeology, Maps & Smellscapes, Cultural Heritage, Psychology, Sensory StudiesWebsite, TwitterMapping smell in virtual reality for historic sites. Exploring impact of smell for audiences with sensory impairments. Interrogating relationship with smell and belonging, hierarchy and gender.Egham, United-Kingdom
Ilja CroijmansUtrecht UniversityComputer Science, Psychology, Food & AromaWebsite, TwitterI study olfactory communication of states and traits between people, and language and thought of wine experts.Utrecht, The Netherlands
India ColeOxford Botanic Garden & Queen Mary University of LondonHistory, Botany, Fragrance, Maps & Smellscapes, GLAMTwitterResearching the history of botany (Oxford Botanic Garden in particular) through a sensory lens. Particularly interested in distillation and perfume processes and tastes in the early-modern period, and how plants (through their many uses) shaped the smellscape of the 17th and 18th centuries. Would be keen to collaborate with likeminded researchers!London, United-Kingdom
Isabel LauterjungArchivistArt, Cultural Heritage, Heritage Science, Linguistics, Maps & SmellscapesTwitterI first worked with olfactory heritage during my Master's dissertation on the Archiving and Preservation of Smell, very much focussed on a record keeping environment. I am very keen to stay involved and up-to-date with current research and work being done in this area and in a wider context. Perth, United-Kingdom
Isabelle ChazotOsmothèqueCultural Heritage, Fragrance, Literature, HistoryWebsite, InstagramPHD thesis about smells in French Literature (19th century). Expertise in conservation of perfumes and olfactory heritage in l'Osmothèque.Versailles, France
Isabelle CordemansArtistArtWebsite, InstagramSince I can remember I have had a natural interest in synesthesia. My field of work is visual which I would like to expand with the olfactory synesthesia. Other then a keen sense of smell and a huge interest, I am looking to collaborate and gain some expertise as I define how to merge the visual and the olfactory in collaborations.Antwerpen, Belgium
Isabelle LarignonMaison HumeFood & Aroma, Fragrance, Art History, Sensory Studies, Marketing & PRWebsite, LinkedInSensory analysis, evaluation of perfumes and odors, formulation and composition of perfumes and odors; copy-writing.Paris, France
Jago SermasiAbaq DMCTourism, Cultural Heritage, History, Food & Aroma, BotanyWebsite, LinkedInOur olfactory tours provide a multisensorial experience through the culture, history, and lifestyle of one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Granada, Spain. Thanks to a set of fragrances exclusively designed by a professional perfumer, we recreate the aromatic landscapes of this town along 10 centuries of its history while visiting monuments and emblematic locations of Granada.Granada, Spain
Jana Černá Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Centre for Human and Social Sciences (CCHS)History, Cultural Heritage, Sensory Studies, Botany, MedicineWebsite, TwitterMarie Curie Fellow, Spanish National Research Council, Madrid – National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, Hidden Spaces of American Natural History in Early Modern Central Europe (HISPANEMA) (Cultural History of Science): Reconstructions of the narratives and social, cultural, and epistemic lives of the American naturalia in Central Europe; Reconstruction of the olfactory memory of the New Spain nature.Madrid, Spain
Janek AmannUniversity of CopenhagenComputer Science, LinguisticsLinkedInData-driven computational modelling of smell. Computational analysis of perfumes. Olfaction and language.Copenhagen, Denmark
Jane MillarArtist, Lecturer at University of CanterburyArtWebsite, InstagramI have a great deal of interest in developing olfactory elements into my art works (sculpture), but as yet no expertise. I am looking for an expert / scientist to work with on an art development project, and applying for funding.London, United-Kingdom
Jane ParkerUniversity of ReadingAnosmia, Chemistry, Food & Aroma, Sensory Studies, Malodours, Tools & InstrumentationWebsite, TwitterAssociate Professor of Flavour chemistry at University of Reading specialising in aroma analysis, aroma generation, GC-olfactometry and relating aroma to sensory studies. In particular, interest in anosmia, and the molecular mechanisms of parosmia.Reading, United-Kingdom
Jane PlaillyCentre de Recherche en Neurosciences de LyonNeuroscience, PsychologyWebsite, Research GateMy research project aims to identify the neural bases of the process of smell in humans. My main expertise is olfactory memory and especially episodic memory. I am also interested in cognitive process involved in the perception of smell (quality discrimination, emotional response, attention), and in the behavioral and neural impact of odor expertise. To carry out this research, I couple brain imaging techniques with experimental paradigms from cognitive psychology.Lyon, France
Jan UprichardUlster UniversityArt, Maps & Smellscapes, Sensory Studies, Tools & Instrumentation, Botany, AnthropologyWebsite, LinkedInI'm an artist, currently undertaking a PhD to create a method of Deep Smelling, using anthropology, cartography and everyday ritual.Belfast, Northern Ireland
Jieling XiaoBirmingham City UniversityAnthropology, Art, Cultural Heritage, Design, Maps & SmellscapesWebsite, TwitterThe use of smells in art and spatial practices as well as the smell rituals in Asian cultures.Birmingham, United-Kingdom
John PlaterUniversity of AberdeenChemistry, Heritage Science, Cultural HeritageWebsiteMy interest: the historical smell of an aniline dye factory and a coal-tar distilling factory, worker health and safety and working conditions.Aberdeen, United-Kingdom
Jonas OlofssonStockholm UniversityLinguistics, Neuroscience, PsychologyWebsite, TwitterProfessor of Psychology, studies olfactory perception, memory and language with behavioral and neuroscientific methods.Stockholm, Sweden
Jonathan MayhewArtistArt, Literature, Philosophy, Museology, Art HistoryWebsite, InstagramOlfactive artworks have become part of my practice in the last few years. It's an area I'm currently researching deeper. Alongside this I also explore perfume through words as a way to try and understand their construction & the cultural and conceptual realities contained within them. Scent & technology is an area I'm interested in exploring. What does the internet smell like?Dublin, Ireland
Jorge Otero-PailosColumbia UniversityArt, Cultural Heritage, ArchitectureWebsite, InstagramMaking artworks based on olfactory reconstructions, in collaboration with perfumers. Teaching graduate level courses in collaboration with neuroscientists, and advising theses on olfaction applied to cultural heritage. Writing on smell as/in cultural heritage preservation.New York, USA
Joël CandauUniversity Côte d'AzurAnthropology, Sensory Studies, Neuroscience, Cultural Heritage, Food & AromaWebsiteMy research area is cognitive and sensory anthropology. In the field of sensory sciences, I have published over 50 articles and 4 books, including: Candau J., Le Gonidec M.-B. (éds.). 2013. Paysages sensoriels. Paris, CTHS ; Candau J. 2000. Mémoire et expériences olfactives. Anthropologie d'un savoir-faire sensoriel. Paris, PUF.Nice, France
Julia BiggsIndependentArt, Art History, Food & Aroma, Sensory StudiesWebsiteMy recent research explores Jewish material and culinary culture in the early modern period, focusing on how the senses fundamentally change the affective and communicative capacities of objects.Cambridge, United-Kingdom
Julia Coma VilarasauFreelanceArt, Design, Food & AromaWebsite, InstagramA transdisciplinary creative-consultant/artist-researcher who develops her activity across multiple areas of knowledge. Currently learning and self-training her nose to deeply understand the olfactory language as a tool to enrich the perception of her sensorial subjective projects.Paris, France
Karola BragaUniversity of São PauloArt, Fragrance, Art History, Education, LinguisticsWebsite, InstagramAs a researcher I have been exploring smell and its aesthetic concepts. As an artist, the olfactory dimension is a common element in my work. Because it is filled with symbolic and cultural construction, besides its own capacity to evoke memories. I make use of it to create experiences that can trigger memories and at the end: tell stories.São Paulo, Brazil
Katelynn RobinsonIndependent scholarHistory, Sensory StudiesWebsite, Twitter
Olfaction in medieval Europe, especially in scholastic contexts (history of science and medicine, history of religion).Garnett, USA
Kate StevensUniversity of WaikatoHistory, Cultural HeritageWebsite, TwitterMy research examines the way in which smell is linked to history, marketing, and place-based intellectual property in the French Pacific world and France from the 19th century to the present. I am particularly interested in the de- and re-odorization of coconut and other oils as part of the colonial and industrial transformations of food and beauty products and how these are connected to place and memory today.Hamilton, New Zealand
Kathrin GrotzInstitut für Museumsforschung, Staatliche Museen zu BerlinBotany, Cultural Heritage, Museology, GLAM, Heritage ScienceWebsite, TwitterInterested in the role of the olfactory aspect in GLAM exhibits, visitor experience & history of collections. 18 years experience in curating botanical exhibits, the aspect of scent included in multiple ways.Berlin, Germany
Laiquan ZouSouthern Medical UniversityAnosmia, Food & Aroma, Linguistics, Psychology, NeuroscienceWebsite, TwitterOlfaction and social cognition, emotion, and language.Guangzhou, China
Lara FontanaCimec, University of TrentoFood & Aroma, Neuroscience, PsychologyWebsiteI am a PhD student in Neuroscience and I am interested in olfactory perception and odor imagery.Rovereto, Italy
Laurie ChetwoodChetwoods StudioArchitecture, Design, Neuroscience, Psychology, Sensory StudiesWebsite, InstagramWe design buildings, gardens and products that take account of human senses, emotions and instincts, exploring the 5 senses - including smell - to achieve a sixth sense that optimises user experience in different contexts and environments. London, United-Kingdom
Lena FerridayUniversity of BristolHistory, Sensory StudiesWebsite, TwitterI am a PhD candidate in History at University of Bristol and University of Exeter. My PhD research explores the embodied engagement of Victorian tourists with the landscapes of South-West England. I am currently considering the relationship between sensual experience and its representation in language and am broadly interested in the multi-sensory interactions between humans and the environment.Bristol, United-Kingdom
Liam FindlayAroma PrimeConsulting & Industry, Design, Tourism, Education, Marketing & PR, GLAMWebsite, TwitterUsing attractions design and storytelling experience to advise the likes of museums, theme parks and retail in effectively immersing, engaging and influencing guests with themed scents; from 'Pirate Ship' to 'Penguin Poo'.Rochdale, United-Kingdom
Marc DombroskySouthwestern Michigan CollegeArt, Art History, Food & Aroma, Maps & Smellscapes, Sensory StudiesWebsiteDesigning curricula for courses in visual art, design, and art history that explore sensory experiences and synesthesia. Eau Claire, USA
Marianna ObristUniversity College LondonComputer Science, Design, Sensory StudiesWebsite, TwitterMy research expertise is in Human-Computer Interaction, where I am developing novel multisensory, including olfactory, interfaces and devices for a range of use cases (e.g. immersive VR, automotive, entertainment, healthcare/smell training). I am also a co-founder of OWidgets, a spin-out that is commercialising novel smell hardware and software solutions for the medical and consumer markets.London, United-Kingdom
Marie ClapotThe Metropolitan Museum of ArtArt, Art History, Education, GLAM, Sensory Studies, Cultural HeritageWebsiteAs a museum educator concerned with accessibility in museums, my research interest lies in understanding sensory perception, specifically olfactory processes, and learning about scents to design effective sensory experiences that are relevant to the visitors, anchor visitors in their own sensory experience, and/or unveil new dimensions of the works of art.Pawling, USA
Mariela AiresReckittFragrance, Chemistry, Malodours, Neuroscience, Sensory StudiesWebsite, LinkedInFragrance expert with cross-category and global experience. I'm an industrial chemist with a master's degree in Fragrances and Cosmetics from ISIPCA, and I have experience in working at global fragrance houses as well as large FMCG companies. Today I work specifically with innovation and I'm interested in all fragrance innovation related areas.Hull, United-Kingdom
Marie NeumannKunsthochschule HalleArt, Education, LinguisticsWebsiteIn my final thesis I write about Olfactory Art, the materiality of smell and possibilities for the use in art educationHalle (Saale), Germany
Marika VecchiattiniJournalist, author, and trainerCultural Heritage, Fragrance, History, Consulting & Industry, EducationWebsite, LinkedInAs a perfume journalist and storyteller I authored two books available worldwide ("The Perfume Language" and "The Great Italian Perfumery handbook"). As a trainer, I offer courses, lectures and ateliers to children, adults, companies. "Bergamotto e Benzoino" is the name of my (bilingual) blog, running since 2006.Genoa, Italy
Marjolein PoortvlietCharles UniversityLinguistics, HistoryWebsite, TwitterPhD (2018) on the descriptive perception verbs (look, sound, smell, taste, feel) in the history of Dutch: how they came about, how they were used and how they have expanded their meanings. Just like in synesthesia, the senses of a language become intertwined and mixed over time.Prague, Czech Republic
Martine Adrian-ScottoInstitut de Chimie de NiceChemistry, Art, Neuroscience, Sensory Studies, PsychologyWebsiteCross-modal perception involving odors in humans (music and odors, plastic arts and odors).Nice, France
Maya ZittingAïstimoComputer Science, Consulting & Industry, Art, Education, Tools & Instrumentation, Design, Neuroscience, Food & AromaWebsiteMultisensory advisory and experiences.Paris, France
Małgorzata RygielskaUniveristy of SilesiaAnthropology, Cultural Heritage, Heritage Science, History, LiteratureWebsiteThe cultural history of smell, “smell museums” in Poland and Europe, the role of smells in cultural heritage, cultural differences in scents categorization, olfactory symbolism, the significance of local culture’s olfactory systems in fieldwork and classical works of cultural anthropology, the history/the histories of perfumes, literary descriptions of smells.Katowice, Poland
Merit HondelinkUniversity of GroningenArchaeology, Botany, Cultural Heritage, Food & Aroma, HistoryWebsite, TwitterI am an archaeobotanist and culinary historian, interested in historical Dutch urban food consumption practices. For my PhD I study plant remains found in cesspits, food purchases from urban institutions, and ingredients in early modern cookbooks. I combine the results to test discipline-specific biases, and to uncover and explain how (vegetal) food items were produced, procured, prepared, consumed, and disposed.Groningen, The Netherlands
Meritxell VirgiliBarcelone Art Contemporani Fabra i CoatsAnthropology, Art, Cultural Heritage, Linguistics, Maps & SmellscapesWebsite, InstagramCultural agent, anthropologist with a perspective on art; an observation method and strategy which begin from the olfactory world; these involve me professionally in academic projects but they can also be applied to and considered in the areas of diverse communication, research, art innovation, and new creative environments.Barcelona, Spain
Michela Martina NardiIndependent curatorArt, Consulting & Industry, Fragrance, HistoryLinkedInI'm passionate about the history of perfume from 1500 to 1900, with a particular focus on Venezia and Italy. I'm also passionate about the history of woman painters in the same period.Verona, Italy
Mojca RamšakUniversity of LjubljanaAnthropology, Cultural Heritage, Heritage Science, Philosophy, LinguisticsWebsiteAnthropological and interdisciplinary research in olfactory heritage and sensory data mining.Ljubljana, Slovenia
Nalinnath DeesawadiSilpakorn UniversityArt History, Art, Botany, Design, FragranceWebsite, FacebookI am a Ph.D. candidate in Design (study in Bangkok). My Ph.D. topic is related to scent experience design which I link to a Thai smell culture. I also take the aromatherapy diploma course to understand more about the relationship between herbs and humans.Bangkok, Thailand
Natalia SáIndependant perfumer and psychologistNeuroscience, Fragrance, PsychologyInstagrami'm a natural perfumer and psychologist. I am interested in studying the link between smells, olfactory memory and emotions and its relationship with cultural identity.Buenos Aires, Argentina
Nicole van der PoelIndependent perfumerFragrance, Sensory Studies, Maps & Smellscapes, Consulting & Industry, MalodoursLinkedInAs a trained perfumer I have knowledge in formulation, smelling, evaluation and fragrance design and a huge passion for perfumes. That is why I believe Odeuropa to be a very interesting project. It will give another dimension to the heritage of perfumes and enrich the fragrance industry.The Hague, The Netherlands
Norman MazelCoffee Quality InstituteFood & Aroma, Sensory Studies, Anosmia, Tools & InstrumentationWebsite, LinkedInCoffee industry sensory professional. Licensed (5+ years) "Q Grader". Taster/cupper for Arabica and Robusta coffee qualities. Currently studying for Coffee Processing Professional Expert level, with focus on flavour development/adjustment through fermentation practices. Long covid patient with smell loss (since June '20), but in slow recovery...Soest, The Netherlands
Nuri McBrideInstitute for Art and OlfactionCultural HeritageWebsite, TwitterPerfumer, researcher, smell culture educatorHaifa, Israel
Olga EmeretliTTF Fragrances, Vilhelm ParfumerieConsulting & Industry, Fragrance, Literature, Art, Cultural HeritageLinkedInPerfumery, its history and modern approach to story-telling and product development started interesting me since 2008. Since 2011 I managed to move into the industry and gained experience in many aspects of it, such as selling, marketing, development and manufacturing of fine fragrance and luxury goods.London, United-Kingdom
On BarakTel Aviv UniversityHistoryWebsiteI'm a historian of science and technology in non-Western settings currently writing a history of heat in the Middle East apropos global warming. A significant part of the project is devoted to the changing attitudes to sweat from the 18th to mid-20th centuries in the Ottoman Empire, Russia, and the Middle East.Tel Aviv, Israel
Patrick PalcicStudio Patrick PalcicArt, Design, Marketing & PR, FragranceWebsite, InstagramThe scope of my projects range from small batches of odour molecules to producing large-scale immersive installations. The primary goal of my work is to reflect the broad spectrum of the nose and our sense of smell in a synesthetic manner.Berlin, Germany
Pauline DevrieseGhent UniversityArt History, Design, Fragrance, Art, MuseologyLinkedInI am a Master's student focusing on the historical cohesion of fashion and olfactory history and how these sources are represented in Western museum collections and exhibitions.Ghent, Belgium
Pedro PioUniversidade Estadual de CampinasFood & Aroma, Sensory StudiesWebsite, LinkedInI am a PhD student in Sensory Science and Consumer Studies. I have 10 years experience in confectionery manufacture, especially in chocolate technology. My research interests are the effects of the processing parameters on the perception of chocolate flavor.Campinas, Brazil
Priscilla KoukouiOviSquareFood & Aroma, Sensory Studies, Art, Computer Science, PsychologyWebsite, LinkedInMultisensory stories or multisensory design in immersive environments. Gustation and olfaction in virtual reality, augmented reality and projection mapping. Olfactory art - scent creation and soundscape.Sydney, Australia
Prudence Hubert-LajournadeIndependentConsulting & Industry, Education, Marketing & PR, LinguisticsLinkedInMarketing graduate with eight years of postgraduate experience in the beauty industry, mostly in product innovation. Started my career alongside my studies as a part-time sales consultant for so-called niche fragrance brands at Le Bon Marché in Paris. More recently, I've also provided training on the in-house product development process to fellow colleagues at Parfums Christian Dior. Love writing & playing with words.Paris, France
Qian Janice WangAarhus UniversityPsychology, Sensory Studies, Neuroscience, Computer Science, Cultural Heritage, DesignWebsite, LinkedInSensory science researcher with background in computer science and experimental psychology, wine expertAarhus, Denmark
Renske van VroonhovenAttic LabFragrance, Art, Design, Sensory StudiesWebsiteI'm an independent perfumer specialising in the practical application of scent in contexts that are out of the ordinary. Teacher at the Royal Academy of Art in 'Practical Application of Scent in Artwork'.Arnhem, The Netherlands
Ricardo RamosRicardo Ramos Perfumes de AutorFragrance, Art History, Cultural Heritage, Design, HistoryWebsite, InstagramI'm an independent perfumer trained with the ingredients from the laboratories Quest International (Ashford), Givaudan (Paris) and MG-Firmenich (Istanbul). I currently have my perfumery line/brand with creations composed by myself and also in collaboration with other perfumers. My line explores medieval heritage related to Al-Andalus and medieval Christianity.Granada, Spain
Romain KrafftPerfumistComputer Science, Design, Fragrance, Education, Tools & InstrumentationWebsite, InstagramAt Perfumist we are developing mobile and web apps for perfume lovers and perfume professionals. Our public app now has more than 1M download with users all around the world. We are passionate about Fragrances and we are on a mission to share this passion with perfume consumers around the world.Grasse, France
Rosa GonzálezFreelance journalistArt History, Art, Fragrance, Literature, PsychologyEmailIn the past, I worked as journalist, specialising in beauty and fragrances. That's the reason why I wrote, "La historia del perfume" (The history of fragrance).Madrid, Spain
Roxana GirjuUniversity of IllinoisLinguistics, Computer Science, Sensory StudiesWebsiteI am interested in studying and mapping the sensory spaces across languages with applications to literature, healthcare, human-computer interaction. Urbana, USA
Samantha LevyUniversity of Central FloridaHistory, Sensory StudiesEmailI am currently working on my master's thesis: How to involve the sense of smell in a sensory multimedia exhibit. I work with ancient Near Eastern medical records.Orlando, USA
Sarah McCartney4160 Tuesdays LtdFragrance, Consulting & Industry, Cultural Heritage, Malodours, Tools & InstrumentationWebsite, InstagramI am an indie perfumer based in London. My fragrance brand 4160Tuesdays started in 2011, and I set up an online scent slow school Scenthusiasm in 2019. I have scented music and dance performances with BitterSuite, operas, poetry and art exhibitions and love to share the secrets of scent making.London, United-Kingdom
Sarah WilkieScottish Centre for Food Development and InnovationSensory Studies, Food & AromaWebsite, TwitterConsumer science and product developmentEdinburgh, United-Kingdom
Sara PezzolesiGerrit Rietveld AcademieFragrance, Art, Design, Sensory Studies, PhilosophyWebsiteI'm developing sensorial art project with a particular attention to smell. I personally designed and created specific fragrances for my installations.Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Sara SilverFaculty of Human and Social Sciences, NOVA FCSHSensory Studies, Literature, Psychology, History, Maps & SmellscapesWebsiteIntersections between literature, culture and science, particularly evolutionary readings. Interested in the potential of literature for the study of real human (and non-human) relationships, emotions, and decision making through various stimuli.Lisbon, Portugal
Sean CoughlinCzech Academy of SciencesHeritage Science, Philosophy,Archaeology, Botany, ChemistryWebsite, TwitterReplicating recipes and techniques of ancient Greco-Egyptian perfumery using archaeology, philology and natural products chemistry. Placing perfumery in the broader context of ancient Mediterranean philosophy and alchemy.Prague, Czech Republic
Shivani KapoorO.P. Jindal Global UniversityAnthropology, History, Malodours, Sensory StudiesWebsite, TwitterMy research involves exploring the connections between leatherwork, odours and caste in the Indian leather industry. I am also interested in exploring smells in technical education in leatherwork and in environmental impacts of the tanning industry. Sonipat, India
Shuo MuUniversity of WageningenChemistry, Sensory Studies, Food & AromaWebsiteWorking on fat smell. Explore what aroma compound may drive people to think of fat or help people judgement fat content by odour.Wageningen, The Netherlands
Simin FrenchPerfumisticsConsulting & Industry, Fragrance, Psychology, Art History, PhilosophyWebsite, LinkedIn.Forty-three years industry experience across almost all disciplines while living in many countries. Distillation to management, strategist, turnkey projects, niche fine fragrance, microencapsulation, M&A, Oud nut. Barcelona, Spain
Siôn ParkinsonLeeds UniversityMalodours, Art, Philosophy, History, BotanyWebsite, TwitterPerformance artist, musician and composer. I'm a PhD candidate at Leeds researching how foul-smelling atmospheres can be used to think about being musically (dis)attuned. Much of my recent work has been informed by the phallic image and foetid stench of the stinkhorn mushroom and its history in 'botanical' illustration and description. I'm looking to collaborate with others to produce and share work on stink.Dundee, United-Kingdom
Stephanie FeuerFreelance JournalistAnosmia, Marketing & PR, Psychology, Sensory StudiesWebsite, TwitterI've written about olfaction for consumer publications including Smithsonian Magazine and Narratively. My work has also appeared in The New York Times, Slate, NBC News, Good Housekeeping and more. Also edit the newsletter for the GCCR. New York, USA
Suzanne WhitbySensescapesAnthropology, Archaeology, Sensory Studies, Maps & Smellscapes, HistoryWebsite, TwitterI am a sensory studies scholar exploring the lived experiences of people, primarily in the ancient world. Although I am interested in all the senses, my current area of research is focusing on scent in the Roman world and how to create visual models and maps of ancient scentscapes to bring history to life. Innsbruck, Austria
Szilvia PacsutaThe Estee Lauder CompaniesBotany, Education, Fragrance, Cultural Heritage, GLAM, Art HistoryWebsite, InstagramTrainer and education manager at a prestige cosmetics and fragrance brand. I have a perfumery diploma and am learning about fragrances.Budapest, Hungary
Tasha MarksAVM CuriositiesArt, Art History, Cultural Heritage, Museology, DesignWebsite, InstagramAVM Curiosities has been exploring the relationship between art and the senses through a series of events and interventions since 2011. Founded by food historian Tasha Marks, AVM Curiosities champions the use of food and fragrance as artistic mediums, with projects ranging from museum exhibitions and scented installations to interactive lectures and limited-edition confectionery.London, United-Kingdom
Thomas BuckleyIndependentArt, Cultural Heritage, Design, AnthropologyWebsiteArtist and creative technologist exploring scent and new media in archival and live arts context.Brighton, United-Kingdom
Tommaso De RobertisUniversity of PennsylvaniaPhilosophy, Medicine, HistoryWebsiteAs an intellectual historian of Renaissance Europe, I am particularly interested in the dissemination, reception, and re-elaboration of theories of olfaction from the Graeco-Arabic world into medieval and Renaissance Europe, in both Latin and the vernacular.Philadelphia, USA
Valerie RyanBoston UniversityFood & Aroma, Sensory Studies, Cultural Heritage, Chemistry, EducationWebsiteI am a food scientist and food studies scholar. I have expertise in scientific and socio-cultural aspects of food and the senses as well as sensory evaluation of food. My background also includes nutrition and culinary arts.Boston, USA
Victor FraigneauENSA Paris-la-Villette, Gerphau laboratoryPhilosophy, Architecture, Maps & SmellscapesWebsite, TwitterI'm an Architect and Ph.D. in Architecture. I wrote my thesis on the links between the field of architecture and the world of smell. I edited the collaborative book 'Nouveaux Territoires de l'Expérience Olfactive'. I am specialized in contemporary philosophy of smell, especially phenomenology. I researched among other things on creative ways of designing with smells, sustainable tourism linked to smell, smell heritage in architecture and the landscape.Paris, France
Victoria GaigerRakesprogress / Rakes Sense MagazineFragrance, Art, Design, Architecture, Art HistoryWebsite, InstagramI'm and editor and creative director working across editorial and commercial projects involving fragrance. We interview experts in fragrance for features within the magazine and create content for fragrance houses.London, United-Kingdom
Virginia Utermohlen LovelaceDivision of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca NY (retired)Food & Aroma, Education, Neuroscience, Sensory Studies, PsychologyWebsiteAroma chemistry of Camellia sinensis teas and wines; sensory perception and neurological responses to aromas & flavours; nutritional sciences; history of food choices and preparation; course creation, delivery, and evaluation. Author of "Tea: A Nerd's Eye View," and scientific creator of the "Scents of Tea" kit, winner of Best of Tea award, World Tea Expo 2020; streamer, twitch.tv/vul100.Chelmsford, USA
Viveka KjellmerUniversity of GothenburgArt, Art History, Design, Fragrance, Sensory StudiesWebsiteI am a senior lecturer in Art History and Visual Studies at the University of Gothenburg. My research interests are olfactory art and scented art history, sensory marketing and the image of scent, as well as ‘olfactory costuming’ and perfume as identity statement. Gothenburg, Sweden
Yasmine El GhamrawyYatlinaFragranceWebsite, InstagramI am a certified aromatherapist and a natural skincare formulator. I grew up in Egypt where smells of flowers and spices were everywhere and I loved discovering new scents. This has developed into a love of aromatherapy where I use natural oils and plant extracts to help me in my daily life and in coping with mental and physical wellbeing.London, United-Kingdom
Yehudah RothWolfson Medical Center, Tel Aviv UniversityAnosmia, Art, Neuroscience, Medicine, Psychology, LiteratureWebsite, FacebookI'm a Professor at TAU, director of the Institute for Nose and Sinus Therapy and Clinical Investigations, involved in several clinical and neurobiological studies on nasal functions, mainly olfaction, some with the Weizmann Institute. I am also an avid artist. I am interested in the cognitive and cultural aspects of olfaction, and recently curated a large olfactory art exhibition in Israel.Holon, Israel
Yiwei ChenSouth China Agricultural UniversityBotany, Design, Heritage Science, Maps & Smellscapes, HistoryLinkedInFocus on smellscape design and aesthetics of Chinese traditional gardens as well as olfactory perception and conservation of heritage smells.Guangzhou, China