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CAC-2002 Scientific Program

The CAC-2002 Scientific Program consists of invited lectures and contributed oral and poster presentations. Currently there are 45 oral presentations and over 80 posters scheduled. The conference schedule and program can be found below.

Sunday, September 22
5:00PM-7:00PM Welcoming Reception
Monday, September 23
8:30-8:45 Welcome Address
Session 1: Image Analysis, Phillip K. Hopke, Chair
8:45-9:25 Exploration, Visualisation and Resolution of Spectroscopic Images, Anna de Juan
9:25-9:50 Multivariate Curve Resolution for Hyperspectral Image Analysis: Applications to Microarray Scanner Fluorescence Images, David Haaland
9:50-10:15 Estimation of Trace Vapor Analyte Concentration-Pathlength for Remote Sensing Applications from Hyperspectral Images, Neal B. Gallagher
10:15-10:45 Coffee Break
10:45-11:10 Varimax Extended Rotation Applied to Multivariate Spectroscopic Image Analysis, Barry Lavine
11:10-11:35 Hyperspectral Imagine in an Forensic Laboratory--Data Cube Analysis Methods, Thomas Brueggemeyer
11:35-12:00 Self-Modeling Image Analysis with SIMPLISMA, Willem Windig
12:00-1:00 Lunch
1:00-2:00 Poster Session
Session 2: Process Chemometrics, Paul J. Gemperline, Chair
2:00-2:40 Finding a Needle in a Haystack (A Challenge for Process Chemometrics), Elaine B. Martin
2:40-3:05 The Acid Test for a Chemometric Method: Monitoring HF Alkylation Fluid via NIR Spectroscopy, Alan Eastman
3:05-3:30 Inferential Sensors Based on Integrating Analytical Neural Networks, Genetic Programming, and Support Vector Machines, Alex Kalos
3:30-4:00 Coffee Break
4:00-4:25 An Integrated Chemometrics Approach to Process Development for the Industrial Production of Antibiotics, Jose Menezes
4:25-4:50 Dynamic Time Warping of Spectroscopic Data for Statistical Batch Process Monitoring, Henk-Jan Ramaker
4:50-5:15 Detection and Correction of Non-calibrated Spectral Features in On-line Processes Spectroscopy, Frank Vogt
5:15-7:00 Poster Session Mixer
Tuesday, September 24
Session 3: Multi-way and Curve Resolution, Sarah Rutan, Chair
8:30-9:10 Estimation of Error Propagation and Prediction Intervals in Multivariate Curve Resolution Alternating Least Squares Using Resampling Methods, Roma Tauler
9:10-9:35 Advances in Hard- and Soft-Modelling of Multivariate Data, Marcel Maeder
9:35-10:00 Integrating Chemometrics with Chemical Separation Techniques, Robert Synovec
10:00-10:25 PARAFAC and Missing Values, Giorgio Tomasi
10:25-10:55 Coffee Break
10:55-11:20 Maximum Likelihood Parallel Factor Analysis (MLPARAFAC), Lorenzo J. Vega-Montoto
11:20-11:45 The Influence of Data Fusion on Multi-way Analysis of LC-DAD-MS Data, Ernst Bezemer
11:45-1:00 Poster Session
1:00-2:00 Lunch
  Session 4: Robust and Graphical Methods, David Lee Duewer, Chair
2:00-2:40 Data Visualization via Sufficient Dimension Reduction, Dennis Cook
2:40-3:05 The Use of Parallel Coordinate Graphical Plotting Combined with Principal Component Analysis Sample Scores for Visualising Your Data at a Single Glance, Anthony D. Walmsley
3:05-3:30 A Comparative Study of Robust Estimation Methods, Anita Singh
3:30-4:00 Coffee Break
4:00-4:25 Exploring Data Set Structure with Density-based Approaches, Michal Daszykowski
4:25-4:50 Independent Component Analysis and Regression - Applications in Analytical Chemistry, Frank Westad
4:50-5:15 Exploratory Data Analysis of Spectra-structure Similarities, Kurt Varmuza
7:00-10:00 CAC Night at Seattle Mariners
Wednesday, September 25
  Session 5: Environmental Applications, Cliff Spiegelman Chair
8:30-9:10 Utilizing Hourly Gaseous Measurement as an Independent Variable in Multilinear Receptor Model Studies, Philip K. Hopke
9:10-9:35 A N-Way Analysis Technique of Two Tensors Applied to Ozone Concentration Analysis in Paris Area, Georges Oppenheim
9:35-10:00 Comparison of Factor Analysis Methods for Evaluating the Trace Element Chemistry of Groundwaters of Southern Nevada, Irene Farnham
10:00-10:25 Subsampling Particulate Samples: Theoretical Approximations for Environmental Matrices, Robert Gerlach
10:25-10:55 Coffee Break
Session 6: Bioanalytical, Peter de B. Harrington, Chair
10:55-11:35 Chemometric Opportunities in Proteomics, Al Yergey
11:35-12:00 Validation of Consensus Between Proteomic Expression and Clinical Chemical Data by a New Randomisation F-test in Generalised Procrustes Analysis, Wen Wu
12:00-12:25 Use of Kinetic Equations in Analytical Clinical Chemistry, Jeffrey Vaks
12:25-12:50 Modelling the Dynamic Effect of Tea in the Human Body Using Metabonomics-An Exploratory Study, Lefteris Kaskavelis
12:50-2:00 Lunch
Session 7: Genetic Algorithms, Neual Networks and Datamining, Steven D. Brown, Chair
2:00-2:40 Support Vector Machines for the Classification of Electronic Nose Data, Matteo Pardo
2:40-3:05 Selection of the Optimal Inputs in Chemometrics Modeling by Artificial Neural Network Analysis, Zvi Boger
3:05-3:30 Real-time Chemometrics Applied for Screening Food Borne Pathogens and Bacterial Biomarker Using Ion Mobility and Differential Mobility Spectrometries: Chemometrics^N, Peter de. B. Harrington
3:30-4:00 Coffee Break
4:00-4:25 Growing Neural Networks for Feature Selection and Calibration Sensor Set-ups, Frank Dieterle
4:25-4:50 The Use of Continuous and Discrete Variables for Regression and Classification in Bayesian Networks, Nathaniel Woody
4:50-5:15 The O-PLS Approach, a New Modeling Concept in Multivariate Calibration, Johan Trygg
6:00-10:00 Conference Dinner at Odyssey, the Maritime Discovery Center
Thursday, September 26
Session 8: Calibration, Anthony D. Walmsley Chair
8:30-9:10 Wavelet Multiscale Regression Analysis for Multivariate Calibration, Steven D. Brown
9:10-9:35 Multivariate Calibration With Incomplete Designs, Cliff Spiegelman
9:35-10:00 Fast Algorithm for the Solution of Inequality Constrained Least Squares Problems, Mark Van Benthem
10:00-10:25 Transformation of Sensor Array Pattern Vectors into Descriptors of Unknown Vapors using Classical Least Squares and Inverse Least Squares Methods, Jay W. Grate
10:25-10:55 Coffee Break
10:55-11:20 Importance of Spectral Errors on Predictions Obtained by Partial Least Squares Regression, Charlotte M¿ller Andersen
11:20-11:45 Improving Piecewise Orthogonal Signal Correction, Huwei Tan
11:45-12:10 Calibration and Instrumental Design Strategies for Physiological Glucose Measurements Based on Near-Infrared Spectroscopy, Gary Small
Official End of CAC-2002
12:10-1:10 Lunch
  Background Suppression Strategies for the Detection of Volatile Organic Compounds by Airborne Passive Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometry, Gary Small