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1.

Sensory Properties of Cigarette Smoke.
A comparative study on smokers? taste perception. CORESTA Symposium, Hamburg, Germany (1970)

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Sensory Testing of Cigarette Smoke.
Is Taste a Measurable Quantity? Joint 5th International Scientific Tobacco Conference (CORESTA) & 26th Tobacco Chemists Research Conference (TCRC), Williamsburg, Virginia USA (1972)

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Sensory Testing of Cigarette Smoke. I.
Panel Selection A methodology for selection of subjects to serve in smoking test panels 27th TCRC Meeting, Winston-Salem, North Carolina USA (1973)

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Sensory Testing of Cigarette Smoke. II.
Panel Training A methodology for training panel members to perform assigned tasks 27th TCRC Meeting, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA (1973)

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Sensory Testing of Cigarette Smoke. III.
Panel Calibration 28th TCRC Meeting, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA (1974)

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Sensory Testing of Cigarette Smoke. IV.
Panel Use A methodology for using the panel as a measuring device for determining the JND (Just-Noticeable-Difference) for nicotine and sugar in cigarette. 28th TCRC Meeting, Raleigh, North Carolina USA (1974)

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Sensory Testing of Cigarette Smoke. V.
Perceptual Mapping of Smoking Attributes. A methodology for using a highly trained smoking panel to measure and plot perceptual maps for the sensory properties of selected cigarette blends. 6th CORESTA, Tokyo, Japan (1976)

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Flavor, What Makes Tobacco Tobacco!
Analysis of the complex role of flavor in determining acceptability of tobacco smoke. 7th CORESTA, Manila, Philippines (1980)

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The Concepts of Flavor in the Cigarette Industry.
A comprehensive study of the important role of flavor in product development 36th TCRC, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA (1982)

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Flavor Technology of Blended Cigarettes.
An in-depth study of the contribution of flavor technology in the development of a premium American-type Blended Cigarette. 8th CORESTA, Vienna, Austria (1984)

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Technology of Blended Cigarettes, A modus Operandi for Know-
An overview of leaf processing & manufacturing technology for the development of premium American-type blended cigarettes, with emphasis on the know-how for Burley Casing & Toasting. Introduced a proposed Modus Operandi for the sales of technology and the transfer of know-how. 8th CORESTA, Guangzhou, China (1988)

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Burley Casing & Toasting, Technology & Know-how. Part I.
Basic Principles. 56th Tobacco Science Research Conference (TSRC), Lexington, Kentucky USA (2002)

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Burley Casing & Toasting, Technology & Know-how. Part II.
Case Study Application. 56th TSRC, Lexington, Kentucky, USA (2002)

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ABC Blending and Processing, Part I.
Basic Principles. Invited speaker at China Tobacco Society (CTS) & Intern?l Tobacco Technology Convention, Guangzhou, China (2002)

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ABC Blending and Processing, Part II.
A Case Study Application. Invited speaker at China Tobacco Society (CTS) and Intern?l Tobacco Technology Convention, Guangzhou, China (2002)

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TOBACCO, How Does It Taste?
Contributions of blending and processing to sensory quality and chemistry of cigarette smoke. Invited speaker, 57th TSRC, Norfolk, Virginia, USA (2003)

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A Suggested Protocol for Studies of Risk of Additives Used i
Invited speaker, ?Open Meeting on the Relative Risk of Non- Tobacco Ingredients Added to Cigarettes?, Life Science Research Office (LSRO), Washington, DC USA (2003)

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Development of Lower-Tar Cigarettes with Acceptable Smoking
Invited speaker at TABEXPO, Barcelona, Spain (2003)

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Development of Premium Cost-effective Lower-tar Straight Vir
Invited speaker at China Tobacco Society (CTS) and Intern?l Tobacco Technology Convention, Shanghai, China (2003)

20.

The Feasibility of Using Biotechnology in Developing Reduced
58th TSRC, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA (2004)

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KNOW-HOW, How Does It Work?
The role of blending and processing in developing reduced-risk cigarettes with acceptable smoking qualities. World Tobacco Symposium & Exhibition, Kunming, China (2004)

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Is The Tobacco Industry ready For Biotechnology?
A Presentation at China Tobacco Society (CTS) General Assembly, Wuhan, China (2004)

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The Role of Blending and Processing in Developing Reduced-Ri
Open Meeting on ?Evaluating the Scientific Evidence for Potential Reduced-Risk Tobacco Products?. Life Science Research Office (LSRO), Bethesda, MD USA (2005)

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The Role of Sensory Testing in Developing Reduced-risk Cigar
Principles of psychophysics and testing criteria. 59th TSRC, Atlanta, GA USA (2005)

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The Role of Sensory Testing in Developing Reduced-risk Cigar
Panel selection, training, calibration and use. 59th TSRC, Atlanta, GA USA (2005)

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American Blend Cigarettes (ABC) Technology. 1. Principles of
Invited Speaker, World-Tobacco Middle East, Dubai, UAE (2005)

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American Blend Cigarettes (ABC) Technology. 2. Principles of
Invited Speaker, World-Tobacco Middle East, Dubai, UAE (2005)

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ABC Product Development for Smaller Asian Companies.
Invited Speaker, TABINFO Congress, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2005)

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Sensory Testing of Cigarette Smoke, Principles and Applicati
Psychophysics and Testing Criteria, TABINFO, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2005)

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Sensory Testing of Cigarette Smoke, Principles and Applicati
Panel Selection, Training, Calibration and Use. TABINFO, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2005)

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Development of Reduced-Risk Products (RRPs).
Effective Ways to Reduce Risk and Maintain Acceptable Smoking Qualities. A Presentation at China Tobacco Society Annual Academic Meeting, Nanning, China (2005)

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A Study in Burley Blending, Casing and Toasting. I.
Materials and Methods (A 2X2X2 Factorial). To be presented at 60th TSRC, Montreal, Canada (2006)

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A Study in Burley Blending, Casing and Toasting. II.
Results and Discussions To be presented at 60th TSRC, Montreal, Canada (2006)

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The Need for Developing Reduced-Risk Products (RRPs) with Ac
To be presented at CORESTA, Paris, France (2006)

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