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The symposium program includes invited lectures, as well as submitted oral presentations and posters. The contributions may report mature results, feasibility studies, or problem discussions etc. A friendly and open-minded atmosphere is a distinguishing feature of all WSC meetings. The program always provides ample time for discussions.

The time for oral presentations is 20 minutes plus 5-10 minutes for discussion. The official symposium language is English. Poster contributions may be put up on the first day of the conference.

Invited speakers

  • Rasmus Bro
    Rasmus Bro
    Professor, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
    Using chemical insight and AI to automate untargeted GC-MS profiling
  • Kim Esbensen
    Kim Esbensen
    Consultant, Adjunct Professor, KHE Consulting, Denmark.
    Data Quality: what is it, where and when does it originate, how does it influence data modelling – and what can chemometricians do about it?
  • Yulia Monakhova
    Yulia Monakhova
    Professor, University of Applied Sciences Aachen, Germany.
    Independent components analysis (ICA) at the “cocktail-party” in analytical chemistry
  • Paolo Oliveri
    Paolo Oliveri
    Assistant Professor, University of Genova, Italy.
    Is signal pre-processing a trivial step? A focus on pitfalls and challenges
  • Hadi Parastar
    Hadi Parastar
    Associate Professor, Sharif University of Technology, Iran.
    There is plenty of gloom in quantitative mass spectrometry imaging: can deep learning help?
  • Timur Madzhidov
    Timur Madzhidov
    Associate Professor, Volga Region Federal University, Russia.
    Chemoinformatics and machine learning in synthetic chemistry: from data to models, from models to robots
  • Puneet Mishra
    Puneet Mishra
    Scientist, Wageningen University and Research, The Netherlands.
    Deep learning for spectral data modelling in Chemometrics: the benefits and the hypes