Research Projects

The Laboratory for Chemometrics

The Laboratory for Chemometrics researches novel methods for the computer-aided analysis of data collected from chemical and biochemical instrumentation. We focus on the discovery of new methodology and its application to chemometrics and chemoinformatics, process analytical technology (PAT), process analytical chemistry (PAC) biomedical chemical analysis, and forensic applications. We apply principles of machine learning, signal processing, soft modeling, multivariate statistics and data mining in creating reliable and fast methods for the extraction of information from chemical data. At present, we are funded by  NSF and the US Dept. of Defense.

Laboratory Location and Personnel

The Laboratory for Chemometrics is located in Drake and Brown Laboratories at the University of Delaware. The Laboratory is headed by Prof. Steven D. Brown.

Opportunities at the Laboratory

Occasional opportunities may exist for well-prepared undergraduates. The lab is no longer considering applications from postdoctoral workers or graduate students.

We welcome collaborations with other research groups, whether local or not.

Projects Underway Now:

  1. Hierarchical Classification of Complex Data

      2. Robust Calibration of Spectral and Other Data

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