Informing Spectroscopists for Over 40 Years

Multivariate Analysis of Spectroscopic Data (German)

24 September 2018 to 26 September 2018
Metzingen,
Germany

The Spectroscopic Data Analysis training is for scientists who wish to exploit their spectroscopic data by chemometric techniques. The training alternates theory and application exercises.

The principles of the methods are introduced by a non-mathematical approach (geometric interpretation); Emphasis is placed on the practical use of methods and the interpretation of spectroscopic analysis results.

The application of spectroscopic data processing methods is carried out using The Unscrambler® software. The training provides a solid foundation for participants to analyze their own spectra at the end of the course. The application exercises come from various fields (agronomy, agro-food, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, etc.).

Who can participate in this session?

The training is for people in R & D, product development, process optimization, production and quality control. Also those working with spectroscopic data (NIR, FTIR, UV, Raman, NMR, ...)

Training does not require any special qualifications or prerequisites, either from a theoretical or practical point of view.