We are delighted to announce the 9th Colloquium Chemometricum Mediterraneum that will take place June 27-30 2016 in Arles, France. Previous editions of the Colloquium Chemiometricum Mediterraneum took place in Bevagna (2013), Granada (2010), Saint-Maximin (2007), Ustica (2003), Burgos (1998), Bastia (1994), San Miniato (1991), Barcelona (1987).
The Colloquium Chemiometricum Mediterraneum welcomes all contributions on classical and new tools in Chemometrics. A non-limitative list of topics includes: •Multi way & Multi set analysis •Design of Experiments (DoE) •Image analysis •Chemo & Bio Informatics •Food chemometrics •Data fusion •Chemometrics applications in different fields: Environment, Pharmaceutical, Food control, Omics, Chemistry, Biology, …
We acknowledge the institutions and sponsors below
Plenary lectures by Invited Speakers:
Prof John Kalivas - Idaho State University
Dr Jose Manuel Pratz-Montalban - Universitat Polytecnica de Valençia
Dr Davide Ballabio - University of Milano
We accept Abstracts for talks / flash talks and posters until April 15th.
Early bird (before May 15th) / late registration (after May 15th)
Full (Academic, Industry, ...) : 450€ / 500€
Student : 300€ / 350 €
Venue & Accomodation
The colloquium will be held at the "Espace Van-Gogh" located in the historical heart of Arles city. Registration will open on Monday 26th afternoon and will be followed by a Welcome Reception.
A list of selected hotels is provided at http://resa.arlesevents.com/ (select the conference and enter the password: 2017). Reservation using the platform provided.
Social Event - Gala Dinner
We will visit and have dinner at the Manade Laurent, one of the oldest and largest manades in the Camargue, and a unique opportunity to discover the cow-boy Gardian culture, horses, bulls, traditional dances and gypsy guitar.
Pr. Marina Cocchi (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy)
Pr. Luis Cuadros (University of Granada, Spain)
Pr. Cyril Ruckebusch (University of Lille, France)
Pr. Riccardo Leardi (University of Genova, Italy)
Dr. Federico Marini (University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy)
Pr. Jean-Michel Roger (Irstea, France)
Pr. Luis Sarabia (University of Burgos, Spain)
Pr. Michelle Sergent (University of Aix-Marseille, France)
Pr. Romà Tauler (IDAEA-CSIC, Spain)
Pr. Roberto Todeschini (University of Milano Bicocca, Italy