Tuesday, 29th October 2013

Conference Opening (Bernard Cretin, Director ENSMM/ Guy Monteil, FEMTO-ST)

Session 1 (09:30h – 12:00h)
Touch haptics metrology

09:30h – 10:00h
Sensorial comparison of touch feelings using the “Touch feel”-Box correlation with instruments results (Setha Mith, ExpertiSens, France)

Coffee break

11:00h – 11:30h
Metrology instrumentation for objective measurement of touch haptic quality (Dr. H. J. Daams, ZINS, Germany)

11:30h – 12:00h
Measurement of touch feelings for textiles (Marie-Ange Bueno, ENSISA, Mulhouse, France)

12:00h – 14:00h
Lunch, networking

Session 2 (14:00h – 15:30h)
Materials touch haptics

14:00h – 14:30h
Development of a method for correlating human and sensorial evaluation of leather and artificial leather in automotive interior (Dr. Andrea Stoll, Filk, Germany)

14:30h – 15:00h
Plastic materials, process and qualification for particular touch feelings (Sébastien Moussard, Gilles Gauthier, Materiautech, Roberto Vargiolu ECL, Lyon, France)

15:00h – 15:30h
Special requirements of laminated leather and letherette (Josef Schmitt, BMW, Germany)

Coffee, networking, remarks

Session 3 (16:30h – 17:00h)
Sensorial design

16:30h – 17:00h
Materials and human perception (Jenny Faucheu, EMSE, Saint-Etienne, France)

Wednesday, 30th October 2013

09:00h Summary

Session 4 (9:15h – 11:45h)
Sensorial design in product perceptions

09:15h – 09:45h
Designing and measuring the vehicle cockpit quality perception (Cristina Randazzo, CRF, Italy)

09:45h – 10:15h
Improvement of touch-sensorial comfort of vehicle-interior materials (Dr. Andrea Stoll, Filk, Germany)

Coffee break

11:15h – 11:45h
Measurement of the aspect of luxury goods (Christophe Dufresne, Optec Industries, France)

Session 5 (11:45h – 12:30h)
Future of sensorial design and metrology

11:45h – 12:15h
Future electronic generation of tactile stimulators (Frédéric Giraud, University Lille1, Lille, France)

Closing remarks (Guy Monteil)

Lunch, networking


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