|CCL 06.02.18 V Winter Symposium on Chemometrics, Samara, Russia|
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Subject: 06.02.18 V Winter Symposium on Chemometrics, Samara, Russia
V Winter Symposium on Chemometrics February 1823 , 2006, Samara, Russia http://www.chemometrics.ru/wsc5/eng/ Organized by * Samara State Technical University (SGTU) * Chemometrics Committee of the Scientific Council on Analytical Chemistry of the RAS (SCAC RAS) * Russian Chemometrics Society (RCS) * Applied Chemometrics, Analytical Chemistry & Sampling Research Group, University of Aalborg Esbjerg (ACABS, AUE), Denmark. The Organizing Committee Co-chairmen Lev Gribov (GEOKHI) Dmitry Bykov (SGTU) Kim Esbensen (ACABS) Secretary Nataliya Ryumina (SGTU) Members Alexey Pomerantsev (ICP) Oxana Rodionova (RCS) Kurt Varmuza (Vienna Technical University) Roma Tauler (CSIC) Sergei Kucheryavski (ASU) Andrey Bogomolov (EMBL) Location of the anniversary, fifth Winter Simposium on Chemometrics is one of the first-rate Russian industrial city Samara. This choice was not made by accident as the core topics of WSC-5 is Process Analytical Technology for Environmental Protection. Conference language is English. All papers presented at the WSC-5 Symposium will be considered for publication in the Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems after the usual process of peer review. The Scientific Committee intend to edit a Special Issue of this journal in case of the authorization of the Editorial Board. Samara is reachable by scheduled planes from Moscow, Prague and Frankfurt on Main (see more details in Venue, please). Introductory 2-days school on chemometrics will be held immediately before the Symposium in Samara State Technical University. School language is Russian. All participants will receive Camo's book "Multivariate Data Analysis in Practice", written by Kim Esbensen in short translation edited by Oxana Ye. Rodionova. ntroductory 2-days course in the chemometric subjects will be held immediately before the Symposium. Course language is Russian. All participants will receive Camo's book "Multivariate Data Analysis in Practice", written by Kim Esbensen in short translation edited by Oxana Ye. Rodionova." The official conference language is English. The conference program includes lectures of the following invited speakers: * Kim Esbensen (Alborg University, Denmark) * Paul Geladi (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umea, Sweden) * Agnar Hskuldsson (Danish Technical University, Denmark) * Alexey Pomerantsev (ICP) * Vladimir Razumov (IPCP RAS) * Oxana Rodionova (RCS) * Roma Tauler (CSIC, Spain) * Kurt Varmuza (Vienna Technical University, Austria) All attendees will have the opportunity to present oral contribution. The time for presentation is 20 minutes including questions and discussion. All papers presented at the WSC-5 Symposium will be considered for publication in the Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems after the usual process of peer review. The Scientific Committee intend to edit a Special Issue of this journal in case of the authorization of the Editorial Board Posters contributions may be put up on the first day of the conference. The official time for discussion is February 21.NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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