The Asian NIR Symposium 2014 in Daegu, South Korea.
Mui Sirinnapa Saranwong, Asian NIR Consortium.Read more...
THE 16th ANISG CONFERENCE "SOAK UP THE SPECTRA AT COFFS" Coffs Harbour, NSW. 4-7 May 2014. This conference will be organised by ANISG, in collaboration with the New Zealand Near Infrared Spectroscopy Society (NZNIRSS). We are returning to the beautiful beachfront venue in a secluded sub-tropical rainforest setting on the mid-north coast of New South Wales, where we held the 10th ANISG Conference in 2002.Read more...
The ACOVS10 (10th Australasian Conference on Vibrational Spectroscopy). Abstracts submissions are now being accepted and the registration system is now online. Meeting 13th-16th April 2014, and the venue is the Stamford Grand Hotel, in Glenleg, SA. Web page http://www.acovs10.net/mainpage/
21-23 May 2014, Paris
More information: http://www.gfsv.net/gfsv-2014/
For the 8th consecutive year, the CRA-W organises a complete training on vibrational spectroscopy and chemometrics. In this training you will have a complete overview of the theory of the spectroscopic and chemometric methods most commonly used. This will be completed with dynamical practical sessions in multidisciplinary laboratories, which will give you some tips and tricks useful when dealing with spectroscopy and chemometrics.Read more...
This 5 years project has been launched 1st January 2014. Providing assurance to consumers and other stakeholders about the safety, authenticity and quality of European food (integrity) is of prime importance in adding value to the European Agri-food economy. The integrity of European foods is under constant threat from fraudulently labelled imitations that try to exploit that added value. The FoodIntegrity project will directly address this issue and will be an international focal point for harmonisation and exploitation of research and technology for insuring the integrity of European food.
A collaborative project between the Department of Valorization of Agricultural Products of the Walloon Agricultural Research Centre (CRA-W) and the Brazilian institutions Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP), Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (UFPE) and the Universidade Federal do Pará (UFPA) has been approved for 2014-2015. The project, entitled "Emergent Spectroscopic Techniques for the Quality Control and Traceability of Fruits and Fruit-Based Products" is coordinated by Prof. Celio Pasquini (UNICAMP) and Dr. Pierre Dradenne (CRA-W). The priority actions of the project include application of NIR hyperspectral imaging to quality assessment of fruits and application of NIRS gas analysis to the follow-up of fermentation.
Fernanda Pimentel. UFPE, Brazil.
Nominations for the 2014 Tomas Hirschfeld Award are open until 17th March 2014. Please, click here to find more information.