It awarded on the basis of excellence in research conducted by a scientist of international standing. The award is open to academic or industrial researchers from any country, with the only restriction that the candidate must not be a direct employee of an instrument company. For more information on nomination guidelines, please visit www. Late nominations will not be considered for the award. The award is open to senior academic or industrial researchers from any country, and there is no restriction on the employment background of the nominee. The award can only be made to an individual, and a person having once received the award shall not again be eligible for nomination. In contrast to the THA, which is aimed at younger researchers, this award is aimed at researchers in the later stages of their career, with a sustained record of important contributions to NIR spectroscopy. They are intended as a supplement to the delegate's own resources for travel and are awarded in cases where there is a valid justification for financial support. Funding for the awards is made possible from the donation of a significant portion of the profits from the previous ICNIRS conference and is dependent on the financial success of the previous conference. We gratefully acknowledge that funding for the NIR conference in Gold Coast, Australia will be possible because of the donation of profits from the organizers of the NIR conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.
17th and 18th September 2019 - Gold Coast, Australia
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Click here to view the Final Program with Presentation Links. Near-infrared hyperspectral imaging NIR-HSI has gained tremendous importance in the laboratories of very diverse fields Forensics, food production, pharmaceutical production, etc. At the same time, it has generated the need for applying different strategies of analysis and algorithms in order to extract the most relevant information from the hyperspectral images in the different analytical situations. This mini-course will explore basic concepts of hyperspectral analysis, plus it will make emphasis in the different analytical situations that can be found. The mini-course topics will be:. Segmentation 3 — Different types of hyperspectral images require different types of data analysis methods 4 - Integration of NIR-HSI in different analytical frameworks. Please click here for more information. This workshop will cover the essentials of processing spectra data using R.
This is a unique forum to collaborate and share NIR techniques, technologies and applications between a vast array of NIR applications. This two day symposium offers a unique opportunity to engage with the wider NIRS research community. This collaboration between the fNIRS. Dr Ilias Tachtsidis. University College London. His research is highly multi-disciplinary, crossing the boundaries between engineering, physics, neuroscience and clinical medicine. Neurologist and Neurointensivist University of Pennsylvania. Balu is broadly interested in developing novel methods to continuously monitor brain function at the bedside, and has clinical research efforts investigating the use of fNIRS and related technologies to measure cerebral metabolism, blood flow, and neurovascular coupling after acute brain injury. Clare leads the Near Infrared Spectroscopy research group developing novel optical systems for monitoring and imaging the human body and is president of the SfNIRS.