Meeting Committees Participants Buy AbstractsBook-CD Photo Gallery the Course Site Index Where, When Prizes Patronizer Works Presented Others Editions

CMA4CH 2014 organise the inexpensive "Multivariate Analysis Course, School for Novices"

Iris 3D, column centering, G.Visco
Famous Iris data-set, var-var representation (with an error?)
Yes, Another Chemometrics Course But, Why?

  Perche' organizzare un altra scuola di Analisi Multivariata e di Chemiometria? Perche' alcuni partecipanti dei Meeting precedenti lo hanno suggerito, perche' vorremmo dare un taglio diverso ai tipici, ed ottimi, corsi sull'argomento, perche' la prime edizioni del corso sono state un successo. Organizzare la scuola in parallelo con il Meeting ci permette di tenere un ad prezzo basso un corso con magnifici docenti in luogo incantevole in quanto alcuni costi vengono suddivisi tra i due eventi.

  Why are we organizing another Course on Multivariate Analysis and Chemometrics? Because this was suggested by some participants of the previous meetings, because we would like to present a different point of view with respect to the typical, great courses on the subject, because the first editions of The Course was a success. Moreover, taking into account that the school will be held just in parallel to the CMA4CH meeting, the participants will have the advantage of staying in a beautiful place, with qualified teachers at a really convenient price, as some of the cost can be folded on the two events.

  Can you help us in disseminating information on the school? This is the mini-poster that you can hang in your bulletin board. Thanks for your great contribution.

Where, when: the Course

  Il Corso dura 3 giorni, dal 15 al 17 Dicembre 2014, in parallelo con il Meeting e il numero degli iscritti e' limitato a 15, con un minimo di 9.

  The "chemometry course for novices" will be held from the 15th to the 17th of December, in parallel with the Meeting, a maximum number of 15 participants is foreseen, with a minimum of 9.

  The Course will be held in one of the classroom near the location of the CMA4CH Meeting. The classroom will be equipped of 15 tables, each with a power supply.

  There is not the Internet access in the classroom, but just close to the registration desk a PC with the internet connection will be available for students.

The course is dedicated to ..

  The course is mainly devoted to the neophytes of the matter even if the high level of teachers allows not only neophytes to gain benefits. Clearly, there is not an age limit to participate but the course organisation was mainly thought for young people, with reference to the registration price and the hotel accommodation (both on the program).

  We recommend attendance to anyone who needs to process data from her/his research in the field of Cultural Heritage (relevant examples will be given during the course) and in the field of Environment.

  Colleagues who are now ahead in their career have also realised that Multivariate Analysis is required to obtain pertinent and representative results. We find that many courses and schools are often too specialised or specific to a certain software or a single method. Our course, instead, is conceived in a different way.

  If you would like to know more about definitions of Chemometrics, about what Chemometry is and about the value(s) of well established data set, please use the previous links.

Teachers, professors, friends

  The professors of the course are surely among the best you can get for a school on Multivariate Analysis. For the first day the teacher will be Riccardo Leardi, who is probably one of the most famous chemometricians with specialisation in experimental design and also a consultant for various International Companies. The second day the teacher will be Marco Calderisi, famous for his software/service company, for his participation in many projects with Universities, and for the number of schools and courses he organises all over the world. The third day the teacher will be Richard G. Brereton, one of the most famous chemometricians, author of many books on the subject and expert for classification.

  The idea of establishing a course for young scientists and neophytes that precedes the Meeting would not have been feasible without the help of the chemometricians named above. They are highly qualified experts on International level, who honored me with their friendship and to whom I asked for help in the realisation of the course (G. Visco).

  I believe that no young person or neophyte could find a course of similar level at this price and in such a beautiful location.

  The teachers of the course agree with the idea that, at least for a neophyte, it is better to use Free or Open Source software through which the students will be able, hopefully, to study the algorithms and the coding.

One prize for students

  The organizing committee of the Meeting thanks the companies that provided the support for the establishment of a prize draw among all Course participants.

  At present we have established the following prizes:

Thanks to participants already registered The Course start with
 Name   From   Research on .... 
 Arianna Gambirasi   From: CNR (National Italian Research Centre), Institute for Energetics and Interfaces (IENI), Italy   Research on: Physico-chemical characterisation of inorganic coating on ancient stone 
 Ersilia D'Ambrosio   From: CNR (National Italian Research Centre), Bari, Italy   Research on: Engineer's degree, Civil Engineering and Landscape 
 Francesco Natali   From: ARPA (Regional Agency for Environment Protection), Bari, Italy  Research on: Biochemistry, antiviral drugs, genetics diseas
 Eric De Combarieu   From: Indena S.p.A, Milan, Italy  Senior Chemist, QC and R&D on active ingredients derived from medicinal plants
 Luigi Germinario   From: Padua University, Italy  PhD candidate at Department og Geoscience, Padua University with a reaserch on: Archaeometry of Stone Materials
 Francesca Becherini   From: Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate, CNR, Padua, Italy   Research on: Study and research in the fields of Atmospheric Science and Microclimatology 
 Valerio Graziani   From: La Sapienza University   Research on: Archaeometallurgy studies 
 Jacopo Troisi   From: Market Sector Chemistry Laboratory, Naples, Italy   Research on: researcher on environment, market produtcs, PDO and PGI foods, products from organic farms 
 Daniela Reggio   From: Rome University, Italy   MSc in Technology and Analysis of Archaeological Materials (University College London), and MSc in Science and Technology for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage ('La Sapienza') 
 Lucia Colarusso   From: Vatican City   Research on: studies and conservation of cultural properties in Vatican Laboratory for restoration 
 Claudia Colantonio   From: Vatican City   Research on: studies and conservation of cultural properties in Vatican Laboratory for restoration 

Rome University, La Sapienza
Mathematical, Physical, Natural Science Faculty
Rome, Italy, Europe
CMA4CH 2014, Employ of Multivariate Analysis and Chemometrics in Cultural Heritage and Environment fields
→ in the even years of III millennium ←
Laurea Degree Course of
Sciences Applied to Cultural Heritage for Diagnostic and for Conservation
goto_back   home_page   page_copyright   author's_page   page_liability
Back Page   Home Page   © Copyright   We Did It   Liability