Fundamentals of NIR Spectroscopy for Process Systems

A comprehensive course covering NIR theory, process instrumentation, chemometrics, and model development/validation.  Taught with Vision for Process software, explores digital and analog communications and automation of routine analysis.

Who should attend?

Operators of Metrohm process NIR systems, lab managers and supervisors, anyone desiring a deeper knowledge of use and function of Metrohm process NIR systems.

Prerequisites:

None

What knowledge will you leave with?  

Understanding of how qualitative and quantitative NIR analysis takes place, practice in creating models and libraries, and how to set up automated workflows.

Price: $2,250 USD/ $2,950 CAD

 

Dates & Locations (click to register)

Day 1: Introduction and Data Acquisition
  • Spectroscopy and NIR theory
  • Instrumentation and sampling methods
  • Vision introduction
  • Diagnostics and security
  • Digital and analog communications
  • Sampling methods / routine automated analysis
  • Data acquisition
Day 2: Qualitative Model Development
  • Intro to chemometrics
  • Pre-math treatments
  • Sample selection
  • Identification method development
  • Qualification method development
  • Library validation
  • Demonstration of Raman spectroscopy
  • Hands-on examples
Day 3: Data Review

DAY 3:  Quantitative Model Development

  • Sample selection
  • Regression method development
  • Method validation
  • Personalized application development
  • Hands-on examples