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Invited Speakers

  • Harald Martens
    Harald is Adjunct Professor at the Department of Engineering Cybernetics of the Norwegian University Science and Technology. He is a member of the research group for Cybernetics in Biomedicine. His current research activities are focused on the use of «never-ending» megavariate data streams, e.g hyperspectral video, and the development of new methods for model development in nonlinear dynamics.
  • Susan Cox
    Susan is Research fellow of the Royal Society and group leader in the Cell imaging division at King’s College, London. Her research is aimed at improving the resolution of fluorescence microscopy. The main focus is on developing super-resolution techniques for live cell imaging, which implies working on advanced localization microscopy data analysis methods.
  • Roy Goodacre
    Roy is Professor in biological chemistry at the University of Liverpool and his research interests are broadly within analytical chemistry applied to interesting biological questions. He has contributed to establish mass spectrometry-based metabolomics for long-term studies and is employing these methods for clinical and plant studies, as well as for understanding microbial systems.
  • Ingrid Mage
    Ingrid is senior scientist at Nofima in Norway and has been here since 2008. Her field of research is multivariate data analysis and design of experiments, focused on multi-block methods and analysis of multispectral images.

 Keynote Speakers

  • Bernadette Govaerts
    Bernadette is Professor of Statistics at the Louvain School of Statistics, Biostatistics and Actuarial Sciences of the UC Louvain. Her current research activities are focused on the development of new multivariate statistical approaches to analyze data coming from an experimental design in metabolomics.
  • Matthias Sawall
    Matthias is Associate Professor in Mathematics at the University of Rostock. His research circles around the computation of the area of feasible solutions for multi-component systems in multivariate curve resolution.

  • Maria Cruz Ortiz Fernandez
    Cruz is Professor at the Department of Chemistry at the University of Burgos in Spain. Her expertise cover a wide range of techniques including analytical spectroscopy and her group has been involved in the development of many dedicated multivariate and multiway approaches over the recent years.
  • Hadi Parastar
    Hadi Parastar is Associate Professor of Analytical Chemistry at Sharif University of Technology. He works on hyphenated techniques in separation science with applications in many different fields. His group is involved in the development of new chemometric approaches for the resolution of this type of data.
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