From Spectral Data To Chemical Knowledge

From Spectral Data To Chemical Knowledge

Its not just reaction monitoring…

When: Tue 7th November 2017

Where: University of Bath, Bath, UK

Registration now open.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/from-spectral-data-to-chemical-knowledge-tickets-36403679385

We are pleased to announce the launch of a cross disciplinary meeting which will focus on the spectroscopic analysis of chemical processes, application of this data to advance chemical knowledge and the role of computers and automation. The meeting will include topics such as how to handle and manipulate multiple data streams acquired concurrently, direct comparison of reaction profiles form different techniques, archiving and data security, the use of self-optimising reactors and scientific data management.

There will also be a vendor exhibition during the meeting, to enable users and vendors to share their thoughts on current issues and solutions alike.

The meeting is being jointly organised by the RSC Molecular Spectroscopy Group, the RSC Chemical Information and Computer Applications Group (CICAG) and the Dial-a-Molecule EPSRC Grand Challenge Network. For further information please contact Gill Smith. This meeting will be free to attend thanks to the generous support of our sponsoring vendors, in addition to funding from Dial-a-Molecule and the RSC. Spaces will be strictly limited (max 70) so immediate registration is recommended as soon as it opens.

The website will be updated with confirmed speakers and vendors shortly, along with a detailed program.

This 1-day meeting follows immediately after the launch event for the Dynamic Reaction Monitoring Facility in the Department of Chemistry, to be held on Mon 6th Nov at the University of Bath (link).
Location and Travel

The meeting will be held at the University of Bath (BA2 7AY), in the south west of England. Travel guidance is available on the University website – here.

Organising committee
Steve Coombes (AstraZeneca, MSG)
Ulrich Hintermair (University of Bath, D-a-M)
Jeremy Frey (University of Southampton, CICAG)
Gill Smith (D-a-M Network Co-ordinator)