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APACT 2019: Autonomous Calibration and the Impact on Process Analysis and Control
30 Apr 2019 - 02 May 2019 • Chester, United Kingdom
The use of multivariate analysis in processing spectroscopic data is far from new; the processing of NIR data in petroleum refineries dates to the early 1980s and in the food industry well before that. Although the computers have improved in performance leading to speed ups in the calibration process, the procedures being followed have not changed significantly since the 1980s. Intriguingly, we have made decisions on the corporate level that work against each other. We are installing more spectrometers and at the same time we are reducing staffing for spectrometer calibration and maintenance. A change in approach is mandated. In the spirit of automation, there are tools from the general statistics realm that can be applied to simplify the work involved in optimizing a calibration through selection of samples. Robust techniques require some set-up of parameters, but once the parameters are established for an application, they are often usable in every other instance of that application. The result is a one-pass means of selecting optimal samples for a calibration problem and in turn simplifies the assignment of model rank. This approach is completely independent of hardware configuration and can be used with any software - plus it solves two problems: It is a selection process that can be completely automated; and It is objective and does not rely on the relative skill of a specific analyst. The ultimate goal is to integrate spectroscopic measurements in a process setting with the same simplicity-of-effort with which we install temperature sensors. Presented by Brian Rohrback, Infometrix, Inc.
Phone: [425-402-1450]; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Best Practices, Calibration, Cloud Computing, Database, Optical Spectroscopy, PLS, Process Control
26th International Symposium: Synthesis in Organic Chemistry
15 Jul 2019 - 18 Jul 2019 • Cambridge, United Kingdom
The Synthesis in Organic Chemistry conference provides an international showcase for the core area of organic chemistry - synthesis - covering all aspects of contemporary organic synthesis and providing a forum for the ever more exciting methodologies and strategies that continue to emerge.
IRC 2019 — International Rubber Conference 2019
10 Sep 2019 - 12 Sep 2019 • London, United Kingdom
Organised by IOM3/ The Polymer Society
The International Rubber Conference Organisation and the Institute of Materials Minerals and Mining are honoured to invite delegates to London, UK, for the International Rubber Conference (IRC 2019). This three-day conference will be a must attend event to learn about technical advances in the global rubber market.
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Last updated: 01 April 2019