Keynote Speakers


Plenary Speakers

Keynote 1) NIRS - Aquaphotomics: New Integrative Science and Technology Platform

Roumiana Tsenkova
University of Kobe, Japan


Plenary Lecture 1) Near Infrared Spectroscopy Explores Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Medicine

Gerhard Litscher

Medical University of Graz, Austria


Keynote 2) Introducing novel photothermal sensing strategies for the analysis of gases and liquids using NIR and MIR lasers

Bernhard Lendl

Technical University of Vienna, Austria



Plenary Lecture 2) Good Vibrations in the Gas Phase - From NIR to MIR

Boris Mizaikoff
University of Ulm, Germany


Keynote 3) Chemometrics is more than algorithms?

Tom Fearn
University College London, United Kingdom


Plenary Lecture 3) Near-Infrared Spectroscopy: A "Restless" Analytical Technique for a Multiplicity of Applications

Heinz Wilhelm Siesler
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany


Keynote 4) Main trends and opportunities in the use of new generation of near-infrared sensors for the control, authentication and monitoring of agrifood products and processes

Dolores Perez-Marin
University of Cordoba, Spain


Plenary Lecture 4) NIRS: the green analytical choice for future sustainable food production

Soren Engelsen
University of Copenhagen, Denmark



Keynote 5) Advancement of hyperspectral imaging and future trends for food safety and quality applications

Moon Kim
United States Department of Agriculture, ARS, USA



Plenary Lecture 5) Analysis of cereal quality using NIR spectroscopy - a journey that began on 1st August 1975

Marena Manley
University of Stellenbosch, South Africa


Keynote 6) Elastic and Inelastic Light Scattering Spectroscopy: The Hidden Champion in PAT Applications

Rudolf Kessler
Reutlingen University and Kessler
ProData GmbH, Germany


Plenary Lecture 6) State-of-the-art NIR imaging - Instrumentation and applications

Yukihiro Ozaki
Kwansei-Gakuin University, Sanda, Hyogo, Japan


Keynote 7) Subsampling, sampling, oversampling? NIR or HSI-NIR?

Jose Manuel Amigo
University of Basque, Spain


Plenary Lecture 7) Spectroscopy through the eyes of a chemometrician; How NIR can profit from recent advances in chemometrics

Federico Marini
University La Sapienza, Rome, Italy


Keynote 8) Recent Results of Near Infrared Spectroscopy on the Way “From Farm to Fork” or Even Further

Zoltán Kovács
Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Hungary


Special Industry Address) „NIRvolution“

Michael Popp
Bionorica, Neumarkt, Germany



Keynote 9) Control of Polymerization Process and Study on Polymer Structure Using NIR & IR

Longhai Guo
College of Material Science and Technology, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing, China



Keynote 10) Point-of-care applications of near-infrared spectroscopy in clinical medicine

Bayden Wood (Chemistry Europe Lecturer)
Monash University, Australia



Keynote 11) Model building in NIR spectral imaging: basic principles and selected applications

Aoife Gowen
University of Dublin, Ireland



Keynote 12) Hyperspectral Imaging for Process Control in Coating and Finishing Technology

Tom Scherzer

Leibniz Institute of Surface Engineering (IOM), Germany





Keynote 13) NIR Spectroscopy Contributed to SDGs - from Viewpoint of Wood Science and Technology

Satoru Tsuchikawa
Nagoya University, Japan




Keynote 14) Machine learning approaches for NIR spectroscopy in herbal medicine production

Stefan Schönbichler
Bionorica Research, Innsbruck, Austria










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