This webinar will be presented by Dr Marc Reid, email@example.com Department of Pure & Applied Chemistry, University of Strathclyde
Webinar length: 30 mins approx.
Chemistry research is dominated by colour changes.
With the rise of digital camera technologies, there are boundless opportunities to develop user-friendly colour analysis tools based on computer vision. Digital imaging techniques are attractive to chemists and biologists due to the simplicity, portability, and low cost of such techniques. Quantification of real-time colour changes also creates opportunities to bring machine learning and Big Data techniques to Chemistry research in previously unexplored ways.
In this webinar, reaction kinetics software under development in the Reid group at Strathclyde will be introduced (Scheme 1).
Call to Action
Through this webinar, we are aiming to engage with potential collaborators, PhD sponsors, and end-users of the software discussed. All interested parties should contact Dr Reid with their specific interest and process challenge before, during, or after the webinar.
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