Laboratory for Chemometrics


239 Brown Laboratory                      (302) 831-6861  

Research Interests:     data science, multivariate statistical methods, machine learning

My research is focused on the development of new methods for mathematical and statistical analysis of data produced from chemical instrumentation, a data science field known as chemometrics. Most of my current effort is directed to developing computer-based data analysis methods relevant to process analytical chemistry and chemical engineering, to provenance analysis,  and to biomedical analysis. I work closely with other groups on the collection and analysis of complex data in  a wide range of disciplines, ranging from geochemistry to molecular biology.

I am no longer accepting students as I plan to retire in the near future. Please be aware that I no longer have openings for undergraduates, graduate students, visitors, or post-doctoral workers in my laboratory.

Last Updated:   8 January 2020

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