“The 21st Century is a truly digital age, where our lives are dictated by data, transforming the scientific landscape and agenda across academia and industry. This will require a new generation of R&D scientists and engineers who know how to collect, analyse and utilise a large quantity of chemometrics data – as well as understand complexity.
In this webinar, we will discuss some of the ways that data can be used to solve the existing bottlenecks in synthetic chemistry, and also some of the future challenges for the discipline. We’ll also look at how a multidisciplinary approach teaching industry relevant skills like Design of Experiments (DoE) is important to Imperial’s industrial partners.
This hour-long webinar will feature Mimi Hii, professor of catalysis and director of the Centre for Rapid Online Analysis of Reactions at Imperial College London. Mimi will be joined by Volker Kraft from JMP’s academic program, who will give an overview of the software.”