Sweat and Odour Management
Unpleasant body odor comes from the bacteria of natural skin flora, which break down the different components of sweat and as a result release odorous byproducts. Whether and how strongly we perceive this bad odor depends on the amount of odor molecules that reach our nose. Yet how can textile manufacturers make their products fit for the fight against sweat odor? Which technologies really achieve effective odor management? In order analyze existing substances for sweat odor removal or to develop powerful new products, reliable detection methods for sweat odor have to be used.
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About the workshop organizer
Dr. Timo Hammer is CEO in Hohenstein and Head of Life Science & Care. After his studies in Biology at University of Constance and PhD at University Stuttgart-Hohenheim, Dr. Hammer started in 2009 as a research project manager in Hohenstein. In 2011 he became head of research in the Hohenstein Life Science Institute and graduated in Economics. In 2015, he moved to the medical device industry to work as a Product Manager and Medical Marketing Manager at Xenios AG, part of the Fresenius Medical Care group. In April 2017, Dr. Hammer returned to Hohenstein as member of the Management Board.