​​The SSP Virtual Regional Meeting program brings together, by region, sensory professionals for networking and real-time presentations in one central location. If you are interested in how to get involved in SSP Regional Meetings, please contact SSP.

To participate in an upcoming virtual regional meeting contact one of the Regional Coordinators.

Spring Regional Meeting

 

The Journal of Sensory Studies:​ A guide to getting published and maximizing your access to top sensory research

 

Webinar Access

Broadcast Date: April 19, 2018
Click here to view webinar.​ (member log in required)

Q&A Session from Webinar

Top 25 Cited Articles from the 2017 Journal of Sensory Studies

Recommendations for Publications Containing Sensory Data

Panelists

 
Alexandra Cury
Associate Editor
Research Publishing
Wiley
Alexandra Cury is an Associate Editor at Wiley where she has worked for 4 years. In her current role, she manages the editorial structure of Wiley-owned journals in the field of food science and technology. Alex is responsible for overseeing the business aspects of the journals in her portfolio. She works closely with journal Editors to help direct journal strategy as well as provide guidance on journal publishing best practice and business-related issues.
Mona Wolf
Owner
The Wolf Group
 
Mona Wolf has worked in the field of Sensory Evaluation for the last 40 years.  For the last 30 years she has run The Wolf Group a privately head Sensory Consulting firm. She is active in ASTM E-18 where she has been the chairman of the main committee as well as several Sub-Groups and Task Groups. She is one of the original founding members of SSP where she served as its first treasurer. She is now a Counselor for SSP and has supported the organization passionately for the last 10 years.
 

About the Regional Meeting

 
The Journal of Sensory Studies, the official journal of the Society of Sensory Professionals, is an international journal that publishes human reactions to basic tastes on foods, beverages, wine, liquor/beer, the environment, medications, and other human exposures in everyday life.

In this discussion, you will learn:

  • Preparing your article–Following the author guidelines and writing for publication
  • Selecting the right journal–Choosing the best outlet for your research
  • Peer Review—Addressing reviewer comments and preparing for resubmission
  • Post publication—Promoting your work  

 

Archived Presentations

 

The Sky is Not the Limit: Taking Sensory into the Final Frontier
 Fall 2017 Meeting
 (Video, member access only)

Sensory Research in a Global Environment: How to be an Effective Sensory Scientist Anywhere on the Planet​
Spring 2017 Meeting
(Video, member access only)

Beyond Food - What's different about non-food sensory?​
Spring 2016 Meeting
(Video, member access only)

Let's Connect Live Over Research - Technical Paper Presentation
Fall 2015 Meeting
(Video, member access only)

Successfully Influencing Decision Making – Perspectives from Sensory Experts
Spring 2015 Meeting
(Video, member access only)

When JAR scales and penalty analysis tell different stories
Spring 2014 Meeting
(PDF, member access only)

Emotion measurement for products: The current state of the art
Spring 2014 Meeting
(PDF, member access only)

Shorter scales and tighter focus for better consumer rating data
Fall 2013 Meeting (pilot)
(Video, member access only)

Digital real time data collection: Being a savvy user
Fall 2013 Meeting (pilot)
(Video, member access only)