Join Brian Rohrback on 10/12/2021 at the Orchid Room, 9:40 AM – 10:10 AM.
A multi-industry consortium got together 8 years ago to rethink how calibrations need to be performed for spectroscopy instruments and analyzers. The priority was on solutions that are non-disruptive, fully utilize legacy systems, and lessen the workload rather than layer on additional requirements. The result is a foolproof, simple approach that can be used with any type of brand of spectrometer, any type or brand of chemometrics, and ensures robust and reliable calibrations. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join Brian Rohrback on October 5th at 11:00 am – 12:00 pm CST for panel discussion on The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing and Petroleum Refining at the 2021 AFPM Summit.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are inevitable results of the work driven by the consumer side of our economy. The question is not whether it will impact refining and chemical plant operation, but how soon and how long it will take for the benefits to outstrip the costs. The goal is to distinguish between vision and hallucination and to provide some practical guidance for making progress in this complicated set of fields. For more information, email email@example.com.
View MarqMetrix video on Raman data collection and creating a quantitative model and predicting concentration of ethanol using Infometrix software.
ALAGO Webinars – New Trends on Organic Geochemistry
The work showcases the power of chemometrics to distinguish oil families and presents explanations for those families based on paleoclimatic changes during deposition of the Miocene source rock in the Santa Maria Basin applying both molecular biomarker distributions and isotope data.
1st Webinar – Petroleum Systems “Chemometric Assessment of Petroleum Systems and Paleoclimate Using Crude Oil Biomarkers and Isotope Data from the Santa Maria Basin, California”
Speaker: Kenneth Peters (Stanford University), Mediator: Igor Viegas (Petrobras)
View other videos that may be of interest on our Presentations page.
Click on the image or see article in the LCGC North American June 2021 issue (page 298) on computer-enabled technology for a more robust, lower-maintenance world for industrial chromatographs by controlling retention time drift.