Participants

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  • Lemanska Agnieszka

    University of Bristol
    PhD student
    Bristol, United Kingdom
    • T15.

      Pattern recognition methods for profiling microbial communities

      abstract (146.4 KB) presentation (2.3 MB)
  • Madsen Michael

    Aalborg University
    PhD student
    Esbjerg, Denmark
    • T13.

      PLS2 regression as a tool for selection of optimal analytical modality — a closer look at beer brewing process analysis with alternative spectroscopic data types

      abstract (81.5 KB) presentation (472.5 KB)
  • Marbach Ralf

    Optical Instruments Center
    Chief Research Scientist
    Oulu, Finland
    • T24.

      Message from the EE department: calibration of multivariate measurements is easy

      abstract (79.1 KB) presentation (948.5 KB)
  • Minkkinen Pentti

    Lappeenranta University of Technology
    Professor
    Lappeenranta, Finland
    • T14.

      Comparison of independent process analytical measurements — a variographic study

      abstract (96.0 KB) presentation (654.9 KB)
  • Monakhova Yulia

    Saratov State University
    PhD student
    Saratov, Russia
    • T07.

      Analysis of complex mixtures using self-modeling decomposition of different spectral data

      abstract (92.6 KB) presentation (863.3 KB)
    • P36.

      Comparative assessment of different chemometrics techniques in multicomponent determination of metals without preliminary separation

  • Paul Sylvia

    University of South Africa
    Professor
    Pretoria, South Africa
    • T03.

      The study of the interaction between dimethyl formamide and water in binary mixtures by means of Raman spectroscopy and chemometric techniques

      abstract (75.7 KB) presentation (464.6 KB)
  • Pomerantsev Alexey

    Institute of Chemical Physics RAS
    Leading researcher
    Moscow, Russia
    • T09.

      PAT solution to the drug release prediction

      abstract (80.5 KB) presentation (2.4 MB)
    • T17.

      Another proof that chemometrics is usable: NIR confirmed by HPLC-DAD-MS and CE-UV (Coauthor)

  • Rodionova Oxana

    Institute of Chemical Physics RAS
    Senior researcher
    Moscow, Russia
    • T17.

      Another proof that chemometrics is usable: NIR confirmed by HPLC-DAD-MS and CE-UV

      abstract (85.8 KB) presentation (1.1 MB)
    • T09.

      PAT solution to the drug release prediction (Coauthor)

  • Rudakova Irine

    Saint Petersburg State Institute of Technology
    Associate professor
    Saint Petersburg, Russia
    • T08.

      Statistical methods of process monitoring and diagnostics (Coauthor)

    • P22.

      The oil treating process diagnostic system (Coauthor)

  • Rusinov Leon

    Saint Petersburg State Institute of Technology
    Professor
    Saint Petersburg, Russia
    • T08.

      Statistical methods of process monitoring and diagnostics

      abstract (88.8 KB) presentation (1.6 MB)
    • P22.

      The oil treating process diagnostic system (Coauthor)