Dr Lukas Danner
Lukas has a master’s degree in food science and technology and continued to specialise in sensory science throughout his PhD which he successfully completed in 2014. In his positons as lecturer and postdoctoral researcher, he worked on a wide variety of food sensory related projects, ranging from the development and validation of sensory methods, over the investigation of consumers’ perception of food products, to food product development.
Lukas' current research focuses on:
(i) the investigation of consumers' sensory perception of wine and how these perceptions are related to consumers' preferences and emotions, as well as the chemical composition of the wine,
(ii) how information and context (situation) influences consumers’ perception of wine and,
(iii) the development of new/rapid sensory methodologies to objectively characterise the sensory properties of wine.
|2015||Postdoctoral Research Fellow||University of Adelaide, Adelaide|
|2013 - 2015||Lecturer and Head of Food Sensory Science Working Group||University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt|
|2015||Award||Award of Excellence||Austrian Ministry of Science, Research and Economy|
|2011 - 2014||University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna||Austria||Dr|
|2009 - 2011||University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna||Austria||Dipl. Ing. (Master)|
|2004 - 2009||University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna||Austria||Bachelor|
|2017||Danner, L., Johnson, T., Ristic, R., Meiselman, H. & Bastian, S. (2017). “I like the sound of that!” Wine descriptions influence consumers' expectations, liking, emotions and willingness to pay for Australian white wines. Food Research International, 99, Pt 1, 263-274.
|2017||Niimi, J., Danner, L., Li, L., Bossan, H. & Bastian, S. (2017). Wine consumers' subjective responses to wine mouthfeel and understanding of wine body. Food Research International, 99, 1, 115-122.
|2017||Danner, L., Crump, A., Croker, A., Gambetta, J., Johnson, T. & Bastian, S. (2017). Comparison of Rate-All-That-Apply (RATA) and Descriptive Analysis (DA) for the Sensory Profiling of Wine. American Journal of Enology and Viticulture, ajev.2017.17052-ajev.2017.17052.
|2017||Danner, L., Wendelin, M., Buchinger, E., Derndorfer, E., Majchrzak, D., Maunz, S. ... Duerrschmid, K. (2017). Smells like teen spirit: Associations between odours and stages of life – A preliminary study. Food Quality and Preference, 59, 150-155.
|2016||Danner, L., Ristic, R., Johnson, T., Meiselman, H., Hoek, A., Jeffery, D. & Bastian, S. (2016). Context and wine quality effects on consumers' mood, emotions, liking and willingness to pay for Australian Shiraz wines. Food Research International, 89, 1, 254-265.
|2016||Danner, L., de Antoni, N., Gere, A., Sipos, L., Kovacs, S. & Duerrschmid, K. (2016). Make a choice! Visual attention and choice behaviour in mutlialternative food choice situations. ACTA ALIMENTARIA, 45, 4, 515-524.
|2016||Gere, A., Danner, L., de Antoni, N., Kovács, S., Dürrschmid, K. & Sipos, L. (2016). Visual attention accompanying food decision process: an alternative approach to choose the best models. Food Quality and Preference, 51, 1-7.
|2015||Mojet, J., Dürrschmid, K., Danner, L., Jöchl, M., Heiniö, R., Holthuysen, N. & Köster, E. (2015). Are implicit emotion measurements evoked by food unrelated to liking?. Food Research International, 76, P2, 224-232.
|2014||Danner, L., Sidorkina, L., Joechl, M. & Duerrschmid, K. (2014). Make a face! Implicit and explicit measurement of facial expressions elicited by orange juices using face reading technology. Food Quality and Preference, 32, 167-172.
|2014||Danner, L., Haindl, S., Joechl, M. & Duerrschmid, K. (2014). Facial expressions and autonomous nervous system responses elicited by tasting different juices. Food Research International, 64, 81-90.
|2013||Jantathai, S., Danner, L., Joechl, M. & Dürrschmid, K. (2013). Gazing behavior, choice and color of food: does gazing behavior predict choice?. Food Research International, 54, 2, 1621-1626.
|2013||Jöchl, M., Dürrschmid, K. & Danner, L. (2013). Eye-tracking the obese - BMI has little effect on attention bias. Ernahrung, 37, 4, 149-158.|
|2016 - ongoing||Member||Austrian Sensory Network||Austria|
|2013 - 2015||Treasurer||Austrian Sensory Network||Austria|