Hungarian Chemical Society
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Chemometrics and Automatic Analysis Working Group
Miskolc Academic Committee (Section of Chemistry)
J. T. Clerc (Bern, Switzerland):
Platform Independent Programming: Possibilities and Limitations.
(Rijswijk, The Netherlands):
Multivariate Calibration: Looking Back and Ahead.
Geladi (Umea, Sweden),
L. Hadjiskii and P. Hopke (Potsdam, NY, USA):
Multivariate Regression for Environmental Data: Non-Linearities and Prediction Bias.
Havel (Brno, Czech Republic):
Chemometrics in Capillary Electrophoresis.
Rene Henrion (Berlin, Germany):
Analysis of N-dimensional Data Arrays: Theory, Algorithms, Applications.
János Inczédy (Budapest, Hungary):
Chemical Information, a Central Point in Our Age.
Peter C. Jurs
(Penn State Univ. Park, PA, USA):
Prediction of Chemical Properties of Organic Compounds from Molecular Structure.
Chemometrically Processed Chromatographic Data in Drug Sciences.
M. Kvalheim, B. Massart and F. Brakstad (Bergen,
Norway and Porsgrunn, Norway):
Environmental Monitoring and Forecasting by Means of Multivariate methods.
Matherny (Presov, Slovakia):
Information-Theory and Its Application in Analytical Chemistry.
Otto (Freiberg, Gemany):
Statistics for Linear and Non-linear Multivariate Calibration.
Beata Walczak (Katowice,
Neuro-fuzzy Approach to Calibration and Pattern Recognition Problems.
Prof. Dr. J. Inczédy
Pál Szepesváry (Budapest)
Tamás Pap (University of Veszprém)
(Central Research Institute of Chemistry, Budapest)
Gy. Horvai (Technical University of Budapest)
P. Horváth (Richter G. Pharmaceutical Work Budapest)
S. Kemény (Technical University of Budapest)
A. Lengyel (Chemistry Department, University of Miskolc)
I. Raisz (Chemistry Department, University of Miskolc)
R. Rajkó (Food Industry College, Szeged)
The Conference language is English. No simultaneous translation will be provided.
The Conference will take place at
H-1121 Budapest, Normafa út. 54.
Easily available by bus No 21 from "Moszkva tér" which is five stations away from the Railway Station "Nyugati", by tram No 6. More detailed travel information.
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|August 21 08:00 - 18:00|
|August 22 08:00 - 13:00|
Your posters will be presented on 21st August (Thursday)
P27 - P50 and 22nd August (Friday) P51 - P74
in the afternoon.
The poster boards are: 1.30 meters high by 1.30 meters wide.
All papers presented at CC'97 will be considered for publication in a Symposium Volume of the Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems, published by Elsevier Science. Complete manuscripts should be submitted in triplicate at the Registration Desk and will be subject to the usual process of peer review.
Any questions about the conference CC'97 emerged should be sent to
Deadline for registration:
Contributed papers (oral or poster) will only be included in the Book of Abstracts provided at least one of the authors has formally registered and has paid the registration fee before
July 20, 1997.
Registration after this date will be charged by an extra 50$.
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