The Pittsburgh Conference announces, ‘Near Infrared Spectroscopy -NIRS,’ as the topic for the twentieth annual James L. Waters Annual Symposium. The 2009 Waters Symposium will be presented at Pittcon 2009 (March 8-13, 2009) in Chicago, Illinois, Room S401d of McCormick Place South, Monday, March 9, 2009, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.
The twentieth annual Waters Symposium recognizes the important technological contribution of Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) to the world of analytical chemistry. An outstanding panel of speakers has been organized to recognize and review the development, widespread commercial application, and current research in NIRS.
The Society of Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh (SACP) is extremely pleased to welcome the following NIRS pioneers to Pittcon 2009.
- Peter Flinn, Kelspec Services Pty. Ltd., ‘Near Infrared Spectroscopy: From Sleeper to Activist’
- Karl Norris, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), ‘In the Beginning Was: Visible and IR Spectroscopy’
- Franklin Barton, Agricultural Research Service (ARS) agency of the USDA, ‘NIR-A Journey in Learning’
- Phil Williams, PDK Grain, ‘The Introduction of Near-infrared Spectroscopy to the World of Commerce’
- Robert A. Lodder, University of Kentucky Medical Center, ‘Modern Applications of Near-Infrared Spectrometry’
For more information about Pittcon 2009 or the James L. Waters Annual Symposium please visit www.pittcon.org.
Release Date: January 6, 2009
Filed Under: Drug Discovery