CAC-2012, XIII Chemometrics in Analytical Chemistry
Sunday, 22 October 2017
Accepted Lectures


The Organization Committee has already accepted the following lectures:


Hamid Abdollahi Investigation and visualization of resolution theorems in self-modeling curve resolution methods
Richard Brereton Self Organising Maps as a quantitative technique
Milan Randić Graphical Bioinformatics
Juergen von Frese Application of element-wise robust methods
Paul J. Gemperline Kinetic modeling of batch slurry reactions
Bahram Hemmateenejad Clustering of variables (CLOVA) as a simple and efficient variable selection method in multivariate regressions and proteomics data analyses
John H. Kalivas Using sparse modeling algorithms to select multivariate calibration basis set vectors
Olav M. Kvalheim Selecting the “right” variables in latent variable regression modeling in the presence of multicolinearity and orthogonal variation
Yizeng Liang Generalized gray analytical systems and model population analysis
Marcel Maeder Hard- and soft-modeling of chemical processes. When to use which method?
Federico Marini Particle swarm optimization in chemometrics
Alexey L. Pomerantsev Robust SIMCA bearing on non-robust PCA
Jean-Michel Roger Discriminant analysis based on orthogonal subspace projection. Applications to spectroscopic data
Kunal Roy On the use of rm2 metrics for validation of QSAR models
Sarah Rutan Chemometric Solutions to Problems in Comprehensive Two-Dimensional Liquid Chromatography
Roma Tauler Effect of constraints on mutivariate curve resolution methods
Peter Wentzell Exploratory data analysis: new perspectives on old projections
Beata Walczak Concept of (dis)similarity in data analysis
Igor G. Zenkevich Evaluating the hold-up time of gas chromatographic systems in any temperature regimes by using recurrent relations