|Meeting Committees||Participants||Buy AbstractsBook-CD||Photo Gallery||Logos||Site Index||Where, When||Prizes||Patronizer||Works Presented||Others Editions|
This is a small conference, in our view we would like to build a bridge between researchers involved on cultural heritage (and restorers) and chemometricians. There is environmetrics discipline involved too but we know several researchers on microclimate (just as an example) working with time charts on temperature without any use of multivariate analysis.
In order to achieve this purpose we started biennial Meeting in 2006 and to now we established a "inexpensive course; Multivariate Analysis for Novices" to be held 3 days before the CMA4CH. We assume that the participation to the Meeting (and school) can be useful to colleagues to better understand the potential of Chemometry.Scientific Committee
The Scientific Committee of the CMA4CH 2010, Application of Multivariate Analysis and Chemometry to Environment and Cultural Heritage is composed of honourable scientists of many different Countries. They represent the three main meeting lines (theoretical chemometrics and multivariate analysis, application to environment, application to cultural heritage), but each of them has competence in all the three main topics.
Because we think that young are our future, the Organising Committee is mainly composed by new graduated chemists and scientists and not by "specialised organisers". Excuse us if something should not go in the right direction in the preparation of the meeting. We are learning and, for the next one, on 2012, that probably will held in one other island at ???, we will surely do better.
|Rome University, La Sapienza
Mathematical, Physical, Natural Science Faculty
Rome, Italy, Europe
|CMA4CH, Application of Multivariate Analysis and Chemometrics to Environment and Cultural Heritage
in the even years of III millennium, 2010
|Laurea Degree Course of
Sciences Applied to Cultural Heritage for Diagnostic and for Conservation