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Established prizes (Meeting):
  1. Best, overall, CMA4CH 2010 presentation. The famous Software House Eigenvector Research offer for the best presentation (oral or poster) one full licence of the last version of Solo + MIA, many thanks;
  2. One of the our famous fixation, young researchers. The first prize for best, oral/poster, young presentation is the three last books of Prof. R.G. Brereton on Chemometrics. The prize is supported by John Wiley & Son European distributor;
  3. The second prize for best, oral/poster, young presentation is the two books of L. Eriksson et al. on Multivariate and Megavariate Data Analysis, Part I and II. The prize is supported by Umetrics, Sweden;
  4. The third prize for young is a high quality USB memory stick, 8GB, with inside about 3 GBytes of multivariate/chemometrics software. This large collection contains hard/easy to find software but only free, GPL, Open Source or Demo. Offer from a anonymous sponsor;
  5. Among all participants was been extracted a prize. The old book of Prof. R.G. Brereton, a cult-book on chemometrics. The prize is supported by John Wiley & Son European distributor.
Established prizes (Course):
  1. Among all students of the course was been extracted one book of L. Eriksson et al. on Design of Experiments. The prize is supported by Umetrics, Sweden.
  1. For young we find founds from ArsMensurae, and from  Societa' Chimica Italiana.
Prizes rules

  For us young researchers are not-30 years old, working in one of the meeting field, Environment, Cultural Heritage, Chemometry. The presentation can be oral or poster. In the proposed paper, the young researcher's must be the first author and must furnish a basic contribute to work subtended the presentation.

  The awarding of the best presentation(s) in any section, and the delivery of the diplomas to the authors is due for the afternoon of Tuesday, just before the posters discussion.

  The prize party is opened to all the participants and financed by Organisation. The following event photos present in this web page show the winner and participants. The photo stay here up to when this site will exist.

  An international commission selects all the prizes. The Commission is composed by italian and not Professors. A single rules for the Commission is .... not voting for coworkers.

Best prize
Best overall presentation

 The winner is Dr. T. Siciliano, A. Genga, L. Daniele, M. Siciliano, with "Multivariate Statistical Analysis Applied to PM10, PM2.5 and PM1 Data Collected in Taranto (South Italy)". From Department of Materials Science, Salentum University, Lecce, Italy. In the photo we can see F. Baglivi (in place of T. Siciliano) and the coordinator G. Visco.

Tomassetti prize
Winner by extraction

 The winner is Prof. M. Tomassetti. The winner present "Characterisation of Black Pigment Used in 30 bC Fresco Wall Paints Using Instrumental Methods and Chemometrics", authors T. Gatta, L. Campanella, C. Coluzza, V. Mambro, P. Postorino, M. Tomassetti, G. Visco. In the photo we can see, from left to right, M.P. Sammartino, M. Tomassetti and the coordinator G. Visco.

Barbu prize
Young winner

 The winner is PhD O.H. Barbu, E.D. Teodor, M. Virgolici, M.M. Manea, I. Petroviciu, E.S. Teodor, with "Romanian Archaeological Amber Artefacts Characterisation Using Vibrational Spectroscopy and Multivariate Data Analysis"
 In the photo we can see, from left to right, R.G. Brereton, O.H. Barbu and the coordinator of the Meeting, G. Visco.

Leroy prize
2nd young prize

 The winner is PhD S. Leroy, S. Cohen, C. Verna, L. Bertrand, B. Gratuze, P. Dillmann, with "A New Multivariate Approach for Identifying Provenance: A Description of the Ariège Iron Market in The Middle Ages"
 In the photo we can see, from left to right, the coordinator G. Visco, Prof. G. Ortaggi and S. Leroy.

Genga prize
3rd young prize

 The winner is Dr. A. Genga, F. Baglivi, M. Siciliano, T. Siciliano, A. Tepore, G. Micocci, C. Tortorella, D. Aiello, with "Application of PCA and HCA to PM10 Data Collected by SEM/EDS in Three Site of Center Italy", from University of Salento and Enel-Engineering and Innovation, Italy. In the photo we can see F. Baglivi (in place of A. Genga) and G. Visco.

four winners
Course, the winner by extraction

 Among all students of the "Inexpensive Course on Multivariate Analysis for Novices" was been extracted one chemometrics book. The winner is Dr. Elisa Venturini, a chemist, today PhD student at Bologna University, Italy.

Rome University, La Sapienza
Mathematical, Physical, Natural Science Faculty
Rome, Italy, Europe
CMA4CH, Multivariate Analysis and Chemometry
for Cultural Heritage and Environment
in the even years of III millennium, 2010
Laurea Degree Course of
Sciences Applied to Cultural Heritage for Diagnostic and for Conservation
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