Another EAS Meeting
Nov 15, 2009
Hard to believe that a year has passed, but I’m once again back at the Eastern Analytical Symposium, in Somerset NJ. EAS 2009 started today (Sunday, Nov. 15) with short courses, and will continue through Thursday (Nov. 19).
I’m teaching today with Don Dahlberg. Once again we’re presenting “Chemometrics without Equations” to a new group of chemometric neophytes. It’s a good class this year, a dozen registrants, all with real-world data problems they’d like to solve.
The trade show part of EAS starts tomorrow. I’m happy to report that our booth arrived safely this year. I’m excited to show off the new versions of our software, including version 5.5 of PLS_Toolbox, Solo and Solo+MIA, and version 2.0 of MIA_Toolbox. If you are in the neighborhood, please drop by booth #329 for a demo. Mention this blog and I’ll give you a free 2G USB drive! (Limited to first 50 requests.)
I’m also looking forward to the session for the Achievements in Chemometrics Award, which Eigenvector sponsors. This year Romà Tauler is the award recipient. He is being recognized for his work with curve resolution methods, and it is certainly well-deserved!
I’ll check back with another report on EAS 2009 later this week.