Off to FACSS, PLS_Toolbox/Solo 6.5
Sep 30, 2011
The Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies (FACSS) annual meeting starts this Sunday, October 2, in Reno, NV. The EVRI crew headed there includes Neal B. Gallagher (NBG), Jeremy M. Shaver (JMS), Randy Bishop (RB), and myself (BMW). We expect to be busy! We have a number of papers to give, listed below.
- Visualizing Results: Data Fusion and Analysis for Hyperspectral Images, by JMS, Eunah Lee and Karen Gall, Monday, 2:30pm
- Detection of Adulterants in Raw Materials Utilizing Hyperspectral Imaging with Target and Anomaly Detection Algorithms, by Lam K. Nguyen and Eli Margilith of Opotek, NBG and JMS, Tuesday, 4:50pm
- Multivariate Modeling of Batch Processes Using Summary Variables, by BMW and NBG, Wednesday, 10:30am
- A Comparison of Detection Strategies for Solids and Organic Liquids on Surfaces Using Long Wave Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging, by NBG, and Thomas A. Blake and James F. Kelly of PNNL, Wednesday, 1:50pm
We’ll also be in the exhibition hall in Booth #29 demoing the soon-to-be released PLS_Toolbox/Solo version 6.5. As usual, our programing team has been very productive, and the list of new features in 6.5 is very long. We’re especially excited about the new Design of Experiments tools and the streamlining and unification of all our Classification Methods. Stop by and have a look, we’d sure like to show you what’s new.
See you there!