Participants

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  • Cherednik Ekaterina

    Tomsk Polytechnical University
    PhD student
    Tomsk, Russia
    • T14.

      Resolution of overlapped peaks in stripping voltametry with stepwise mathematical resolution method

      abstract (57.1 KB)
  • Galyanin Vladislav

    Samara State Technical University
    PhD student
    Samara, Russia
    • T06.

      Selecting optimal spectral regions for sensor analysis

      abstract (72.1 KB)
  • Karpushkin Evgeny

    Moscow State University
    Researcher
    Moscow, Russia
    • T07.

      Morphology assessment of polymer hydrogels using multivariate analysis of viscoelastic and swelling properties

      abstract (68.2 KB) presentation (4.5 MB)
  • Kirsanov Dmitry

    Saint Petersburg State University
    Associate professor
    Saint Petersburg, Russia
    • T03.

      Novel calibration design for multiple components

      abstract (72.2 KB)
    • T04.

      Potentiometric multisensor sytem for clinical diagnostics of urolithiasis (Coauthor)

    • P04.

      Calibration transfer for electronic tongue (Coauthor)

    • P07.

      Comparison of various chemometric techniques for quantitative analysis in complex industrial solutions (Coauthor)

  • Kumkov Sergey

    Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics UB RAS
    Senior researcher
    Ekaterinburg, Russia
    • T08.

      Estimation of corrosion parameters for metals in oxygen containing molten salts by methods of interval analysis

      abstract (84.7 KB) presentation (197.2 KB)
  • Melenteva Anastasiia

    Samara State Technical University
    PhD student
    Samara, Russia
    • T09.

      Modeling of fat and protein content in raw milk based on historical spectroscopic data

      abstract (74.9 KB)
  • Minkkinen Pentti

    Lappeenranta University of Technology
    Professor emeritus
    Lappeenranta, Finland
    • T01.

      Weighting error – a potential source of systematic measurement errors in process analysis

      abstract (131.7 KB)
  • Rodionova Oxana

    Institute of Chemical Physics RAS
    Leading researcher
    Moscow, Russia
  • Romanenko Sergei

    Tomsk Polytechnical University
    Professor
    Tomsk, Russia
    • T14.

      Resolution of overlapped peaks in stripping voltametry with stepwise mathematical resolution method (Coauthor)

    • P05.

      Usage of a cubic polynomial Bernstein-Bezier for describing a curvilinear baseline in inversion voltammetry (Coauthor)

    • P11.

      Methodological aspects of application of peak evaluation techniques (Coauthor)

  • Savinkov Maxim

    CSort, Ltd.
    Director
    Barnaul, Russia
    • T05.

      Presentation of CSort company