Please take a few minutes to browse our site. You can meet the members of the research group and consult our publication record. There are also some data sets and MATLAB code provided for download.
The extraction of information from the massive amounts of data produced by today’s chemical and biological experiments is an ongoing challenge. The multidisciplinary research in our group develops and applies statistical, mathematical and computer-based tools to address this problem. We are located in the department of chemistry at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Our group researches many different topics relating to chemometrics.
Predicting properties of interest based on measured properties of a system
Constructing models in an attempt to classify unknown samples
Developing new routines for unsupervised classification of data
Exploring new methods for the analysis of unbalanced mixtures
Resolving individual response profiles from multicomponent systems
Developing efficient routines for maximum extraction of chemical information from instrument signals
Developing algorithms for better and faster data processing in chemistry
Constructing models for commonly observed multivariate measurement error