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nir 2015 program book
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www.nir2015.com.br
NIR 2015 partners:
NIR 2015 is organized under the auspicious of the
International Council for Near Infrared Spectroscopy
(ICNIRS)
graphical design & edition: Gledson Emidio
NIR 2015 is a participant event of the celebration of the
UNESCO International Year of Light.
www.light.org
WELCOME FROM ICNIRS
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WELCOME FROM THE
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
CHAIR: Celio Pasquini
Maria Fernanda Pimentel
Claudete F. Pereira
Teresa C. B. Saldanha
Ivo M. Raimundo Jr.
Jarbas J. R. Rohwedder
Solange Cadore
UNICAMP
UFPE
UFPE
UFPB
UNICAMP
UNICAMP
UNICAMP
SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Alejandro C. Olivieri
Mário C. U. de Araújo
Ana Garrido Varo
Paul Geladi
Aiofe A. Gowen
Anna de Juan
Daniel Cozzolino
Dolores Perez-Marin
Ernestina Casiraghi
Peter Flinn
Phil Williams
Pierre Dardenne
Roberto Kawakami
Gerard Downey
Rodolfo Romanach
Hernando Floréz Díaz
Rosario Castillo
Heinz Wilhelm Siesler
Jaime Rodriguez
Ronei Jesus Poppi
Roumiana Tsenkova
José Manuel Amigo
Sirinnapa Saranwong
Lujia Han
Tom Fearn
José Menezes
Marena Manley
Maria Lúcia F. Simeone
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Moon Sung Kim
Suresh Thennadil
Veronique Bellon-Maure
Vincent Baeten
17TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY
FOZ DO IGUASSU BRAZIL 18-23 OCTOBER 2015
VENUE
The 17th International Conference on Near Infrared Spectroscopy, NIR
2015, will be held at the MABU THERMAS GRAND RESORT, very near
the Iguassu National Park.
Foz do Iguassu is the location of one of the seven wonders of nature,
the Iguassu Falls. The town is located in the triple border of Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina.
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VENUE
Plenary lectures, oral presentations as well as the opening and closing
ceremonies will take place in the ATLANTIC AUDITORIUM. Poster sessions, coffee breaks and welcome cocktail will be held in the exhibition
area of the BRAZIL HALL (Salao Brasil).
REGISTRATION & GENERAL INFORMATION
The SECRETARIAT is located at the
BRAZIL HALL of the Mabu Thermas
Grand Resort. Registration starts on
Sunday, October 18th at 7:30.
Secretariat opening hours:
7:30-18:00
8:00-18:00
8:00-14:00
MEDIA DESK
Speakers are kindly requested to provide their presentations to the MEDIA
DESK on the day before the presentation. The media desk is located
next to the Secretariat.
Media Desk opening hours:
13:30-18:00
8:00-12:00 /
14:00-17:30
8:00-12:00
EXHIBITION
The exhibition will take place in the BRAZIL HALL during the conference hours from Monday 19th morning through noon on Friday 23rd.
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FOZ DO IGUASSU BRAZIL 18-23 OCTOBER 2015
FLOOR PLAN OF THE CONFERENCE AREA
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PLENARY LECTURES
Invited lectures will last 40 minutes and will be delivered at the beginning of the first oral session in the morning or afternoon.
ORAL PRESENTATIONS
Oral presentations are scheduled for a total of 20 minutes, being the last
five minutes reserved for questions from the audience.
POSTER PRESENTATIONS
Poster sessions are held in three
sessions from 16:10 to 18:00 on
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.
16:10-18:00
Posters should be displayed at the designated locations and duration
throughout the conference. They shall be mounted on Sunday the 18th
or Monday the 19th morning, at the latest. Posters should be removed
only on Friday by noon. The maximum poster size is 90 x 150 cm (portrait format). Please, check your poster number before displaying it.
NIR 2015 is promoting a Sponsors Poster Session where the exhibiting companies show their advances in instrumentation and new applications in Near Infrared. Posters are displayed in the exhibition premises at Brazil Hall.
CONFERENCE REGULATIONS
It is requested to conferees that always wear your badge while on the
conference premises.
For smokers, please restrict yourselves to the permitted areas.
The Organizing Committee assumes no liability for personal injuries suffered by conferees, expositors and accompanying persons during the
Conference or during all tours and events. The same is applied to damaged or lost personal belongings. Participants are strongly encouraged
to purchase insurance coverage for health and accident, lost luggage
and trip cancelation.
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INTERNET CONNECTION
Wi-Fi connection is available throughout the conference
venue by means of a personal access code, provided
together with the material for the Conference.
TOURISTIC INFORMATION
Information about Foz do Iguassu can be obtained
through the apps “visitefoz”, which can be downloaded at http://www.visitefoz.com.br/app/.
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME
Daylight Saving Time starts when local standard time is
about to reach Sunday, 18 October 2015, 00:00 clocks
are turned forward 1 hour to Sunday 18 October 2015,
01:00.
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AWARDS AND POSTER PRIZES
During the 17th International Conference on Near Infrared Spectroscopy,
NIR 2015, important awards will be announced:
TOMAS
HIRSCHFIELD
AWARD
In recognition of a significant contribution to the science of near infrared spectroscopy, including in research and development of new technology;
ICNIRS
KARL NORRIS
AWARD
In recognition of a major contribution to the science
of near infrared spectroscopy, including research
and development of new technology;
FELLOWSHIP
AWARD
NIR 2015
POSTER
PRIZES
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In recognition of outstanding service to NIR theory,
applications, technology, industry, teaching or administration, over a lengthy period of time;
Three prizes will be awarded for each poster session.
The awardees will be announced on October 22nd,
during the Conference Dinner.
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FOZ DO IGUASSU BRAZIL 18-23 OCTOBER 2015
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SOCIAL PROGRAM
WELCOME COCKTAIL
21:00-22:30
Brazil Hall / Salao Brasil
All participants are invited to attend the Welcome Cocktail, which will
take place at Brazil Hall, following the Opening Ceremony.
FOSS OPEN BAR
Offered by:
18:00-20:30
Mabu Thermas Grand Resort
Please join us for the FOSS open bar event with pleasant background
music to get a good start to the NIR 2015 conference. Also, this is a good
occasion to congratulate the Tomas Hirschfeld Award winner Professor
Søren Balling Engelsen.
BRUKER EVENING
Offered by:
19:00-22:30
Mabu Thermas Grand Resort
All participants are cordially invited to join us for the Bruker Evening at
the Carmen Miranda restaurant by the hotel pool. Spend the evening
with friends eating finger food, enjoying a variety of drinks and of course
do not miss out on rocking the dance floor to the music of our DJ.
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VISIT TO IGUASSU FALLS
13:30-16:30
Shuttle departs at 13.30 from the Mabu Thermas Grand
Resort.
Iguassu Falls are located on the borders of Brazil and Argentina and consist of approximately 257 individual falls over 2.7 kilometers. The Falls
have been chosen as one of the new natural seven wonders of the world.
Visit to Iguassu Falls can include Macuco Safari and/or Bird Park options, with additional costs. More information regarding these options is
available at the Pinhal Turismo desk. The arrival time back at the hotel
depends on the options included.
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PHOTO COMPETITION
Share your best picture of the Iguassu Falls taken during the visit on
Wednesday to the “The Best Falls Picture” competition to win a stunning
prize.
RULES:
Participants must tweet their favourite photo to @NIRBrazil using the
hashtag #NIRbestphoto. Pictures must arrive by 12:00 (noon) on Thursday, 22nd.
Pictures can also be sent to the email [email protected], subject:
NIR 2015 photo competition, in JPG format, with a clear identification of
the participant (full name, country, affiliation).
Only one picture is allowed for each participant. The award committee will
select the best three pictures, which will be announced during the Conference Dinner on Thursday evening.
The Organizing Committee reserves the right to exhibit the applied pictures during the conference sessions and dinner.
CONFERENCE DINNER
20:00-23:00
Di Cavalcanti Brasserie
The Conference dinner will be a good opportunity to meet and network
with colleagues and friends attending the NIR 2015. The event will take
place at the Mabu Thermas Grand Resort, with open bar and entertainment by a band.
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17TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY
FOZ DO IGUASSU BRAZIL 18-23 OCTOBER 2015
PRE-CONFERENCE COURSES
Pre-conference courses take place on Sunday 18th, before the main
conference program.
8:00-12:00
MORNING SESSION
13:30-17:30
AFTERNOON SESSION
For full details please visit our website.
www.nir2015.com.br
COURSE 1 |
Montevidéu Hall
Introducción a la espectroscopía de infrarrojocercano (NIRS):
fundamentos, tratamiento de datos y aplicaciones
Ana Garrido & Maria Dolores Pérez-Marín
University of Córdoba, Spain
Tom Fearn
University College London, UK
El curso está estructurado en los siguientes bloques temáticos:
Módulo I: Introducción a latecnología NIRS.
Módulo II: Etapas críticas en el proceso de desarrollo de aplicaciones
NIRS.
Módulo III. Métodos de regresión multivariante más usuales (RLM, PCR,
PLS) en el desarrollo de calibraciones NIRS.
Módulo IV. Ejemplos de aplicaciones NIRS en diferentes campos. Servicios analíticos y redes NIRS. Futuro de la tecnología NIRS.
ced. Theory and hands-on work will be combined during the sessions.
Documentation, software and data sets will be provided.
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COURSE 2 |
Santiago Hall
Applications of Near Infrared Spectroscopy in Agriculture
Phil Williams
R&D Director PDK Projects, Nanaimo B.C., Canada
Pierre Dardenne & Vincent Baeten
Walloon Agricultural Research Centre, CRA-W/Belgium
The aim of the course is to briefly summarize the reasons of the interest
in the use of near infrared spectroscopy for addressing emerging food
quality and safety issues. The course will describe the use of NIR to assess the quality and safety of agro-food products and to control food
processing at the laboratory, field and industry levels.
COURSE 3 |
Assunção Hall
Multivariate Curve Resolution - Alternate Least Square (MCR-ALS)
(NIR application in images and process)
Anna de Juan
Universitat de Barcelona, Spain
Joaquim Jaumot
Spanish Council of Research - CSIC
The course will be a combination of theoretical concepts and hands-on
work around the topic of Multivariate Curve Resolution, particularly the
description and the use of the MCR-Alternating Least Squares (MCRALS) algorithm. There will be explanations on how to work with single
data sets and multiset structures (formed by several data tables together). Focus on recent variants of MCR incorporating hard-modeling information (e.g., kinetic laws...) and calibration tasks (correlation constraint)
will be also illustrated. Practical examples will be mainly processes and
hyperspectral images, mostly collected with NIR spectroscopy. Some
basics on the estimation of uncertainty (ambiguity) in the resolution results will also be introduced. Theory and hands-on work will be combined during the sessions. Documentation, software and data sets will
be provided.
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COURSE 4 |
Buenos Aires Hall
Near Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging
Jose Manoel Amigo
University of Copenhagen Denmark
Aoife Gowen
University College Dublin, Ireland
This course is organized into the following sessions (2 hours each): 1)
Hyperspectral image acquisition, pre-processing and data selection; 2)
Basic chemometrics applied to Hyperspectral images; 3) Hands on hyperspectral image analysis using R/Matlab; 4) Advanced topics; 5) Integration of NIR-HSI in real-time frameworks.
COURSE 5 |
Brasília Hall
Near Infrared Spectroscopy in
Process Analytical Technology (PAT)
José C. Menezes
University of Lisbon, Portugal
This course highlights the different uses of NIR as a suitable analytical
chemistry tool for industrial use, and as one of the most powerful process analytical technology (PAT) tools available. Several case-studies
will be discussed with participants, showing how to establish successful
PAT programs in-house and how to best use NIRS to support process/
product development and manufacturing across different industries.
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COURSE 6 |
Iguaçu Hall
Topics In Chemometrics For Near Infrared Spectroscopy
Alejandro Olivieri
University of Rosario/Argentine
Roberto Kawakami Harrop Galvão
Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica, ITA/ Brazil
Mário César Ugulino de Araújo
Universidade Federal da Paraíba, Brazil
The course will present practical guidelines for reporting calibration
results using NIR, including figures of merit and the Successive Projections Algorithm for Variable Selection in NIR.
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PLATINUM SPONSORS
GOLD SPONSORS
SILVER SPONSORS
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME
17 th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
ON NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY
FOZ DO IGUASSU BRAZIL
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SUNDAY
OCTOBER 18 2015
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19.30
DAY 1
SUNDAY
OPENING CEREMONY
How it all began
Phil Williams
R&D Director PDK Projects, Nanaimo B.C., Canada
ICNIRS Karl Norris Award
21:00-22:30
WELCOME COCKTAIL
Brazil Hall / Salao Brasil
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DAY 2
MONDAY
OCTOBER 19 2015
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MONDAY
8:00-8:40
PLENARY LECTURE 1
The symphony of vibrations in NIR spectroscopy
combined with chemometrics: a powerful cocktail
Søren Balling Engelsen
Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Tomas Hirschfeld Award
8:40-10:00
8:40
ORAL SESSION 1
| AGRICULTURE AND FOOD
Chair: Ana Garrido-Varo
OP01 Food
Security: challenges for NIR spectroscopists
Graeme Batten, Anthony Blakeney
Sea Spec Pty Ltd - Australia
9:00
Development of food inspection device by using NIR Transmittance Imaging
OP02
Hikaru Kobori, Shinichi Arai, Norihisa Katayama, Satoru Tsuchikawa
Shizuoka University - Japan
9:20
OP03 Non-destructive
quantification of carotenoids in intact watermelon (Citrullus Lanatus) using On-line Near Infrared Spectroscopy
Elena Tamburini, Giuseppe Ferrari, Paola Pedrini, Valentina Donegà,
Marco Malavasi, Maria Gabriella Marchetti
University of Ferrara, Department of Life Sciences and Biotechnology - Italy
9:40
OP04 NIR
Hyperspectral Imaging of legume seed flours
Eloïse Lancelot, Benoît Jaillais, Dominique Bertrand
INRA-BIA - France
10:00-10:20
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COFFEE BREAK
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MONDAY
DAY 2
OCTOBER 19
10:20-12:00 ORAL SESSION 2 | AGRICULTURE AND FOOD
Chair: Ernestina Casiraghi
10:20
OP05 In-line
quality control of food powder blends using near infrared spectroscopy
Angela Barone, Gary Montague, Jarka Glassey, Simon Dawson
Newcastle University - United Kingdom
10:40
OP06 Application
of NIRS in global potato breeding to address the
need for drought tolerant varieties in Latin America,
Africa and Asia
Thomas zum Felde, M. Bonierbale, E. Farfan, E. Mihovilovich
International Potato Center - Geneics, Genomics and Crop Improvement Peru
11:00
OP07
sue
NIR Spectroscopy in sugar mill laboratories: an adoption is-
Eloise Keeffe, S. Staunton, J. Simpson, D. Donald
Sugar Research Australia - Australia
11:20
OP08 Development
of a common calibration model for determining
the Brix value of intact apple, pear and persimmon
fruits by near infrared spectroscopy
Piyamart Jannok, Tomoyuki Shinomiya, Kazunori Hironaka, Yoshinori
Kamitani, Sumio Kawano
Kagoshima University - United Graduate School of Agricultural Sciences
- Japan
11:40
Fast and reliable NIRS determination of biochemical quality
parameters in cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.)
OP09
Hartwig Schulz, Andrea Kraehmer, Annika Engel, Daniel Kadow
Julius Kuehn Institute - Germany
12:00-13:30
LUNCH
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MONDAY
13:30-14:10
PLENARY LECTURE 2
NIRS in wildlife and ecology:
diversity, scale and complexity
William Foley
The Australian National University, Research School of Biology Evolution, Ecology & Genetics, Canberra, Australia
14:10-16:10
ORAL SESSION 3
WILD LIFE / ECOLOGY / ENVIRONMENTAL
Chair: Phil Williams
14:10
Field applications of near infrared spectroscopy for wildlife
ecology
Douglas Tolleson
OP10
University of Arizona - College of Agriculture and Life Sciences - School of
Natural Resources and the Environment - United States
14:30
In vivo sex identification of the endangered Mississippi Gopher Frog (Lithobates sevosa) using Near Infrared Reflectance
Spectroscopy
Carrie Vance, Katie Graham, Andrew Kouba, Scott Willard
OP11
Mississippi State University-Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Plant Pathology and Entomology - United States
14:50
Classification of cryptic Lepidoptera species through near
and middle infrared spectroscopy and multivariate analysis techniques
OP12
Juan Araya, Rosario del P. Castillo, Diego Rodrigo Dolibaina, Jaime
Rodriguez Fernandez
Coleccion Boliviana de Fauna - Bolivia
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15:10
DAY 2
OCTOBER 19
Relationship between estrous status and urinary near infrared spectral patterns in Bornean Orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus)
OP13
Kodzue Kinoshita, Roumiana Tsenkova
Kyoto University - Primate Research Institute – Japan
Simulation method design to link the spectral properties of
dense
microalgal culture to cell physiology
15:30
OP14
Ryad Bendoula, Sarah Bellini, Jean-Michel Roger – France
Irstea - UMR ITAP
OP15 Prediction
of soil bulk density for a set of Scottish afforested
soils:
a
comparison
of approaches
15:50
Jean Robertson, Estefania Perez-Fernandez, J. Potts, A. Lilly
The James Hutton Institute - Scotland
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MONDAY
16:10-18:00
POSTER SESSION 1
P001 Comparison Between NIR and/or Raman Spectroscopy Based on their Predictability of
Tablet Dosage
Alexandra Hertrampf, Jose C. Menezes, Thorsten
Herdling
P028
Use of MCR-ALS with Correlation
Constraint for NIR Monitoring of Soybean Oil
Methanolysis
Rafaella Sales, Suzana Lima, Anna de Juan, Luiz
Stragevitch, Maria Fernanda Pimentel
P004
Chemometric Methods for Classification and Discrimination of Chinese Patent Medicines Using Near Infrared Spectra
Xueguang Shao, Lihui Yin, Yan Liu, Ruifeng Shan,
Wensheng Cai
P031
Uncertainty Quantification for Partial
Least Squares Regression
Tom Fearn, Ying Zhang
P007
Chemometric Studies for Temperature
Dependent Near Infrared Spectroscopy
Xueguang Shao, Wensheng Cai
P010
A Novel, Simple, Fast and Effective
Way for Data Pre-Processing Selection Based on
Experimental Design
Jan Gerretzen, Ewa Szymanska, Jeroen Jansen,
Jacob Bart, Henk-Jan van Manen, Edwin van den
Heuvel, Lutgarde Buydens
P013
Combined Multi-instrument NIRs Calibration: a Case Study
Ali Gahkani, Rocio Garcia, Alejandro Criado, Simon
Flanagan, Christopher Piotrowski
P016
Homogeneity Index for the Assessment of Homogeneity in Imaging Analysis
Leandro França, Maria Fernanda Pimentel, Jose
Manuel Amigo
P019
2D NIR-MIR Correlation Spectroscopy
- A Useful Tool to Augment the Interpretation of
NIR Spectra
Tine Ringsted, Sune Vestergaard Lund Dupont,
Jacob Ramsay, Søren Rud Keiding, Søren Balling
Engelsen
P022
Multivariate Curve Resolution for Control and Modelling: an Example of Pharmaceutical
Blending Process
Joaquim Jaumot, Carl A. Anderson, James K. Drennen III, Benoit Igne, Anna de Juan
P025
Calibration Transfer Between a Benchtop FT-NIR and a Handheld Ultra-Compact Near
Infrared Spectrometer for Determination of Gasoline Quality Parameters
Cláudia Jéssica Cavalcanti, Neirivaldo Cavalcante,
Fernanda Honorato, Maria Fernanda Pimentel
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P034
CARNAC-D: a Progress Report
Tom Fearn, A. M. C. Davies
P037
Pseudo-Univariate Calibration Based
on Near Infrared Spectroscopy and Independent
Component Analysis
Géssica Mayara Ribeiro, Daniel Antonio Madivadua,
Suzana Moreira Muniz Curti, Leonardo Pim Pantean,
Paulo Henrique Março, Patricia Valderrama
P040
Independent Component Analysis and
Near Infrared Spectroscopy to Evaluate Thermal
Degradation of Antioxidants From Coconut Oil
Leonardo Valderrama, Thays Raphaela Gonçalves,
Rhayanna Gonçalves, Gisele Teixeira de Souza Sora,
Paulo Henrique Março, Patricia Valderrama
P043
Evaluation of Relevance Vector Machine as a Chemometric Method for NIR Spectroscopic Quantitative Analysis and Classification
Hoeil Chung, Kyeol Chang
P046
Optimizing PLS Predicting Models
with Indepent Validation Set Rather Than Cross
Validation
Paolo Berzaghi, Robert Schumann
P049
NIR and MIR Comparative Study of
Chilean Brown Seaweeds: Partial Least Square
Regression as a Tool for Direct Determination of
Polyphenols and Antioxidant Capacity
Angelo Beratto, Cristian Agurto, José Ruiz, Juanita
Freer, Rosario Castillo
P052
Model Validation in Near Infrared Analysis: a Comparison of Different Validation Methods
Wei Fan
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P055
An Infrastructure for Automatic Creation and Documentation of Large-Scale Chemometrical Classifiers
Kathrin Trabs, Thomas Klose, Alexander Wolter
P058
Comparison of PLS1 and PLS2 for
Prediction of Protein, Oil, Carbohydrate, and Water Contents in Soybean Using FT-NIR Spectroscopy
Hoonsoo Lee, Moon Kim, Cho byoung-Kwan
P061
Classification of Industrial Tannin Extracts Using NIR Spectroscopy and PLS-DA
Marco Ferrão, Fábio Grasel, Carlos Wolf
P064
Evaluation of Multivariate Calibration
Models Transferred Between Near Infrared Instruments
Carl Emil Aae Eskildsen, Thomas Skov, Federico
Marini, P.W. Hansen, L. Nørgaard
P067
Identification of Mahogany Wood
From 27 Countries and Similar Species by NIRS
and PLS-DA
Maria Cecilia Bergo, Jez Braga, Vera Coradin, Alex
Wiedenhoeft, Tereza Pastore
DAY 2
OCTOBER 19
P082
Predicting Low-Level Concentrations
of Spectrally Similar Amino Acids Using Variable
Strength Coefficient Approach with Parallel Factor
Analysis and Neural Network on Near-Infrared Images of Tablets
Ahmed Abdelfattah Saleh, Li Weigang, Maha Hegazy
P085
Comparative Study of Different MultiWay Models and Preprocessing Algorithms for the
Analysis of Ointments Using Raman Chemical Imaging
Ahmed Abdelfattah Saleh, Maha Hegazy
P088
Use of NIR Hyperspectral Imaging and
Chemometrics to Quantify Roots and Crop Residues in Soil
Damien Eylenbosch, Juan Antonio Fernández
Pierna, Vincent Baeten, Bernard Bodson
P091
HIS for Quality Evaluation of Vitamin C
Content in Acerola Fruit
Cristina Malegori, Silvia Grassi, Emanuel Marques,
Maria Fernanda Pimentel, Sergio Freitas, Celio Pasquini, Ernestina Casiraghi
P070
Identification and Sorting of Plastics
Film Waste by NIR-Hyperspectral-Imaging
Frank Hollstein, Markus Wohllebe, Sixto Arnaiz
P094
Differentiation of Foodborne Bacteria
Using NIR Hyperspectral Imaging
Terri-Lee Kammies, Marena Manley, Pieter Gouws,
Paul Williams
P073
Application of Near-Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging for Assessment of Oxidative
Degradation in Atlantic Salmon (Salmo Salar) Fillets During Cold Storage
Junli Xu, Cecilia Riccioli, Da-Wen Sun
P097
Non-Destructive
Identification
of
Fusarium Infected White Maize Kernels Using
NIR Hyperspectral Imaging and Multivariate Data
Analysis
Kate Sendin, Paul Williams, Marena Manley
P076
Determination of Diethylene Glycol
Content in Fibers of Polyethylene Terephthalate
Using Near Infrared Hypespectral Images (HI-NIR)
Viviane Caetano, Lívia Rodrigues e Brito, Maria Fernanda Pimentel, Glória Maria Vinhas
P100
Retrieval of Leaf Water and Dry Matter
Contents Using Radiative Transfer Modeling and
NIR Imaging Spectroscopy
Sylvain Jay, Ryad Bendoula, Xavier Hadoux, Nathalie Gorretta
P079
Weather Degradation of Thin Wood
Samples Assessed with NIR Hypersepctral Imaging in Transmission Mode
Ingunn Burud, Anna Sandak, Jakub Sandak, andreas Flo, Thomas Thiis, Lone Ross Gobakken
P103
Determination of Impurities in Grinded
Coffee Using Near Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging
Cristiane Vidal, Diego Campaci de Andrade, Mariana Correa de Souza, Gina Maria Bueno Quirino
Cardozo, Juan Antonio Fernández Pierna, Vincent
Baeten, Celio Pasquini
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MONDAY
16:10-18:00
POSTER SESSION 1
P106
Rapid Phenotyping of Chilling Stress
of Paprika Leaves Using Hyperspectral Short
Wave Infrared Imaging
Park Eunsoo, Moon Kim, Cho Byoung-Kwan
P109
Quality Control Based on SWIR and
NIR Hyperspectral Imaging Approaches: Recovered Aggregates From Demolition Waste Recycling
Silvia Serranti, Roberta Palmieri, Giuseppe Bonifazi
P112
Hyperspectral and NDVI Measurements of Plants That Are Heated to Simulate
Global Warming
Andreas Flo, ingunn Burud, Hanna Silvennoinen,
Christophe Moni, Daniel Rasse
P115
Classification of Plastics Containing
Brominated Flame Retardant Through Hyperspectral Imaging and Chemometrics
Jose Manuel Amigo, Marta Bevilacqua
P118
Hyperspectral Fluorescence In-Situ
Hybridization (FISH) Imaging for Simultaneous Detection and Quantification of Foodborne Bacterial
Pathogens
Seung-Chul Yoon, Brian Oakley, Bosoon Park, Kurt
Lawrence, Johnna Garrish, Eirc Line
P121
Microscopical Differentiation of Lignocellulosic Fibers Using Reflectance Near Infrared
Spectroscopy and Multivariate Image Analysis
Rosario Castillo, Juan Araya, Carlos Peña, Jaime
Rodriguez Fernandez, Juanita Freer
P124
Detecting Wheat Fusarium Head Blight
Using Hyperspectral Imaging
Jayme Barbedo, Casiane Tibola, José Maurício Fernandes
P127
Evaluation of Spatial Distribution and
Patterns of Two Benznidazole Formulations Using
NIR Imaging
Talita Atanazio Rosa, Leandro França, Maria Fernanda Pimentel, Larissa Araújo Rolim, Pedro José
Rolim Neto
P130
NIR with Problem Data Sets
Franklin Barton, James de Haseth
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P133
Development of Rapid Measurement
Technique of the Brix Value of Steamed Sweet
Potatoes “an-No” by the Prototype Near Infrared
Instrument
Miku Matsuo, Ken Nagatani, Terumasa Miyahara,
Kanehumi Kitahara, Yoshinori Kamitani, Sumio
Kawano
P136
Prediction of Polyethylene Glycol
(PEG) Concentration in Ovine Faeces by Near Infrared Reflectance Spectroscopy (NIRS)
Daniel Alomar, Francisco Navarro, Ximena Molina
P139
The Potential of, an Invasive But Non
Destructive, Fiber-Optic Probe for Soluble Solid
Content Prediction, in Whole Sugar Beet
Ryad Bendoula, Alexia Gobrecht, pablo Guerrero
Castro, Ana Herrero, Jean-Michel Roger
P142
Investigation of Heat Treatment on
Wood Veneers by NIR Spectroscopy
Hikaru Kobori, Emilia-Adela Salca, Ayaka Kajita, Tetsuya inagaki, Yoichi Kojima, Shigehiko Suzuki
P145
Chlorophyll Analysis by NIR
Veronique Barthet, Debbie Sobering
P148
Quality and Safety Controls in Complex Blends of Food Ingredients
José Ramón Quevedo, Elena Montañés, Beatriz
Carrasco, Ana Soldado, Begoña de la Roza-Delgado
P151
Evaluation of Near Infrared Spectroscopy as a High-Throughput Phenotyping Method
for Assessing the Natural Durability of Larch Wood
Vincent Simonot, Vincent Segura, Jean-Paul Charpentier, Sabrina Palanti, Elisabetta Feci, Kévin Ader,
Frédéric Millier, Luc Eric Pâques
P154
Estimation of Particle Size Distribution
From Vis/NIR Scattering Measurements
Annelies Postelmans, Ben Aernouts, Rodrigo Watté,
Wouter Saeys
P157
Evaluation of Fertilizer Coating Efficiency by NIRS and NIR Hyperspectral Imaging
Bernard Lecler, Philippe Vermeulen, Olivier Minet,
Pierre Dardenne, Vincent Baeten, Juan Antonio
Fernandez-Pierna
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FOZ DO IGUASSU BRAZIL 18-23 OCTOBER 2015
MONDAY
P160
Near-Infrared Spectroscopic Assessment of Soil Texture in an Oxisol of the Eastern
Plains of Colombia
Jesús H. Camacho- Tamayo, Nathalia Forero-Cabrera, Leonardo Ramírez-López, Yolanda RubianoSanabria
P163
NIR Spectra of Wheat Grains with
Contrasting Phytate Concentrations
Graeme Batten, Richard Trethowan, Robert Caldwell, Lindsay Campbell, Roger Meder
P166
Application of Near Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging Spectroscopy for the Analysis of
Cocoa Beans
Hervé Rogez, Juan Antonio Fernández Pierna, Jesus Souza, Vincent Baeten
P169
NIR Spectroscopy and Chemometrics Study on Non-Destructive Evaluation in New
Cooking System
Norihisa Katayama, Junko Hasegawa
P172
Near Infrared Spectroscopy for Discrimination Between Extra Virgin Olive Oil and
Lampante Olive Oil
Irina Torres Rodríguez, Maria-Teresa Sánchez, Maria-José de la Haba, Dolores Catalina Pérez Marín,
José Emilio Guerrero Ginel, Ana Garrido-Varo
DAY 2
OCTOBER 19
P187
Non-Destructive Determination of of
Soluble Solids Content in Intact Dovyalis (Dovyalis
Abyssinica Warb. Xd. Hebecarpa Warb.) Fruit by
Means of NIR Spectroscopy
Luis Carlos Cunha Júnior, Mateus Wagner Dantas
De Assis, Antonio Baldo Geraldo Martins, Gustavo
Teixeira
P190
High Throughput Evaluations of Tension Wood Proportion in Poplar Stem Using Near
Infrared Spectroscopy
Vincent Segura, Kévin Ader, Marjolaine Martin, Alain
Moreau, Jean-Charles Leplé, Françoise Laurans,
Annabelle Déjardin, Gilles Pilate, Jean-Paul Charpentier
P193
Vibrational Spectroscopy to Determine
Chemical Compounds Related to Sustainability in
Soil Profiles
Gian Franco Greppi, Stefania Barzaghi, Tiziana Maria Piera Cattaneo, Chiara Cappai, Stefania Mura
P196
High Throughput, Single Kernel, Near
Infrared Prediction and Sorting of Peanuts for
Oleic Content
Roger Meder, Daniel O’Connor, Rao C.N. Rachaputi, Robert Henry, Angelo Furtado, Graeme Wright
P175
Scattering Properties of Meat and Its
Relation to Microstructure
Mito Kokawa, Robbe Van Beers, Janos Keresztes,
Ben Aernouts, Wouter Saeys
P178
Prediction of the Fatty Acid Composition in Backfat of Pigs as Breeding Tool
Martina Mueller Richli, Martin Scheeder, Daniel Kaufmann
P181
Determination of Sensory Descriptors
in Tropical Red Wine Using Visible/Near Infrared
(Vis/NIR) Spectroscopy
Aline Biasoto, Emanuel Marques, Sergio Freitas, Rita
de Cássia Mirela Resende Nassur, Walkia Polliana
Oliveira, Everaldo Paulo Medeiros
P184
Use of FT-NIR to Detect Residues of
Veterinary Drugs in Milk
Maria Jose Bell, Roney Rocha, Thiago Mendes, Virgílio Anjos, Leandro Luiz
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MONDAY
18:00-20:30
FOSS OPEN BAR
Mabu Thermas Grand Resort
Please join us for the FOSS open bar event with pleasant
background music to get a good start to the NIR 2015 conference. Also, this is a good occasion to congratulate the Tomas
Hirschfeld Award winner Professor Søren Balling Engelsen.
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TUESDAY
OCTOBER 21 2015
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TUESDAY
8:00-8:40
PLENARY LECTURE 3
NIR and agriculture: we are just starting to
understand the perspectives
Vincent Baeten
Valorization of Agricultural Products Department,
Walloon Agricultural Research Center, Gembloux, Belgium
8:40-10:00
ORAL SESSION 4
| AGRICULTURE AND FOOD
Chair: Dolores Perez-Marin
8:40 Session to Honour
Károly Kaffka, Tony Blakeney, Jim Burger and Fred McClure
9:00
Use of NIRS, PLS and OPS variable selection to predict
five quality parameters of sweet sorghum juice used to produce
bioethanol
OP16
Marcelo M. Sena, Cristiane C. Guimarães, Camila Assis, Maria Lúcia F.
Simeone
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - ICEx – Chemistry - Brazil
9:20
OP17 Development
cane clones
of NIRS method for energetic value of high fiber
Fabrice Davrieux, Camille Roussel, Mathilde Mellin, Régis Cinier, Christophe
Poser - CIRAD-UMR Qualisud, 7 chemin de l’IRAT, 97410 Saint-Pierre, La
Réunion - France
9:40
OP18 The
impossible made possible: providing a detailed topological map of chemical classification parameters for pork carcasses
with on-line slaughter line instrumentation
Klavs Sørensen, Søren Balling Engelsen
University of Copenhagen - Department of Food Science - Spectroscopy &
Chemometrics - Denmark
10:00-10:20
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COFFEE BREAK
17TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY
FOZ DO IGUASSU BRAZIL 18-23 OCTOBER 2015
TUESDAY
10:20-12:00
DAY 3
OCTOBER 20
ORAL SESSION 5
| AGRICULTURE AND FOOD
Chair: Maria Lucia F. Simeone
10:20
OP19 Evolution
of Vis/NIR bulk optical properties of apple skin and
flesh during fruit maturation
Robbe Van Beers, Ben Aernouts, Rodrigo Watté, Ann Schenk, Bart
Nicolai, Wouter Saeys
KU Leuven Department of Biosystems, MeBioS, Leuven - Belgium
10:40
Identification and quantification of bovine meat adulteration
by using NIR Spectroscopy
OP20
Ernestina Casiraghi, Jose Manoel Amigo, Søren Balling Engelsen, Cristina Alamprese
University of Milan-Faculty of Agricultural and Food Science-Department of
Food, Environmental and Nutritional - Italy
11:00
Influence of the fiber optic length on the repeatability of the
Near Infrared Spectroscopy signal from animal protein by products
OP21
Ana Sanchez-Bonilla, Ana Garrido-Varo, F. Maroto-Molina, J. E. Guerrero-Ginel, B. de la Roza-Delgado, Dolores Pérez-Marín
University of Cordoba - Faculty of Agriculture & Forestry Engineering - Animal Production - Spain
11:20
Exploratory data assessment of fecal NIRS from small ruminants: toward a global model to Brazilian Northeastern rangelands
OP22
Marco Bomfim, A.N. Medeiros, A.M.V. Batista, J.S. Karla, M. do V. Maciel, A.C.R. Cavalcante, D.B. Galvani, S.F. dos Santos, Jay Angerer
Embrapa Goats and Sheep - Brazil
11:40
Identification of bioactive compounds as natural antioxidant
in smart-packaging materials by Aquaphotomics
OP23
Stefania Barzaghi, Katia Cremonesi, Tiziana Maria Piera Cattaneo
Council for Agricultural Research and Economics - Italy
12:00-13:30
LUNCH
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TUESDAY
13:30-14:10
PLENARY LECTURE 4
NIR hyperspectral imaging spectroscopy and
chemometrics in pharmaceutical analysis
Ronei J. Poppi
Institute of Chemistry, State University of Campinas – Unicamp, Campinas, Brazil
14:10-16:10
ORAL SESSION 6
PHARMACEUTICAL/ PETROCHEMICAL / OTHERS
Chair: Aoife Gowen
14:10
OP24 A
Critical Discussion of EMA’s 2014 NIR Guideline and Addendum: The foreseen impact on NIRS use by the Pharmaceutical Industry
Jose C. Menezes, Francisca F. Gouveia, Pedro M. Felizardo
University of Lisbon - IST - IBB - Institute for Bioengineering and Biosciences - Portugal
14:30
OP25 The
Use of Near-infrared Spectroscopy and Chemometrics to
monitor the drying of Heparin
Hengchang Zang, Lixuan Zang, Jinfeng Wang, Hui Zhang, Lei Nei, Wei
Jiang, Dongming Liu, Fei Wang, Lian Li, Tian Hu, Pei Wang
School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Shandong University - China
14:50
In-line monitoring of printing processes by NIR Reflection
Spectroscopy
OP26
Tom Scherzer, G. Mirschel, O. Daikos, K. Heymann, C. Steckert, B.
Genest, C. Sommerer
Leibniz Institute of Surface Modification (IOM) - Germany
15:10
Monitoring emulsion polymerisation using UV-Vis-NIR spectroscopy – Impact of measurement configuration on calibration
models
OP27
Suresh N. Thennadil, Nicolau Dehanov
Charles Darwin University, NACOG, School of Engineering and IT - Australia
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FOZ DO IGUASSU BRAZIL 18-23 OCTOBER 2015
TUESDAY
15:30
DAY 3
OCTOBER 20
Application of Near Infrared Spectroscopy for rapid characterization of feedstock material in pulp and paper industry
OP28
Jan Skvaril, Konstantinos Kyprianidis, Anders Avelin, Monica Odlare,
Erik Dahlquist
Mälardalen University - School of Business, Society and Engineering - Future Energy Center - Sweden
15:50
OP29 Has
your ancient stamp been “regummed”? A FT-NIR study
Remo Simonetti, P. Oliveri, A. Henry, L. Duponchel, S. Lanteri
University of Genoa - School of Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences - Department of Pharmacy - Italy
17:30-18:30
ICNIRS MEETING
Atlantic Auditorium
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TUESDAY
16:10-18:00
POSTER SESSION 2
P002 Near Infrared Fecal Spectra for Determination of Percentage Juniper in Goat Diets
John Walker, Wynne Whitworth, Erika Campbell,
Charles Taylor, Dan Waldron, Christopher Lupton
P005
Discrimination Between Lichens According to Their Exposure to Pollutants by NIR
Spectroscopy
Monica Casale, Paolo Giordani, Paola Malaspina,
Remo Simonetti, Lucia Bagnasco
P008
NIR Studies on Short Term Weathering
of Wood
Anna Sandak, Jakub Sandak, Ingunn Burud, Lone
Ross Gobakken
P011
Atmospheric Elemental and Organic
Carbon Monitoring with HIS-NIR Spectroscopy
Saioa Elcoroaristizabal, Jose Manuel Amigo, Jose
Antoio García, Nieves Durana, Iñaki Elorduy, Lucio
Alonso
P014
NIR and Hyperspectral Imaging in the
Diagnostic of the Snails Intermediate Hosts of
Schistosomiasis in Brazil
Clélia Christina Mello-Silva, Silvana Thiengo, Mônica
Fernandez, Cristiane Vidal, Celio Pasquini
P017
Prediction of Moisture, Carbon, and
Nitrogen in Large Pristine Peatlands of Central
Canada by NIRS
Phil Williams, Diane Malley, Peter Warburton
P020
Calibration of Total Nitrogen Content in
Seaweeds (Ulva Sp.) by NIRS
Laurent Bonnal, Philippe Cacot, Guillaume Boissier,
Maxime Hébert, Geoffroy Thibault, Denis Bastianelli
P023
Development of a Fast Analytical Tool
Based on NIR Spectroscopy and Pattern Recognition Techniques for Enviromental Forensic Studies
Laura Markiewicz, Gustavo Marchetti, Rodolfo
Schonfeld
P026
Determination of Larch Taxa with Near
Infrared Spectroscopy
Vincent Segura, Jean-Paul Charpentier, Kévin Ader,
Corinne Buret, Nathalie Boizot, Luc Eric Pâques
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P029
Does Climate Change Alter Chemical
Composition of Arctic Tundra Plants and Soil?
Riikka Rinnan, Ida Vedel-Petersen, Anders Priemé,
Merian Skouw Haugwitz, Åsmund Rinnan, Mathilde
Borg Dahl, Josephine Nymand
P032
The Use of Near Infrared Spectroscopy
to Predict Vegetation Quality and Faecal Indices of
Diet Quality of Ruminants
Estefania Perez-Fernandez, Glenn Iason, Jean Robertson
P035
Near Infrared Spectroscopy in Hairs:
a Rapid and Noninvasive Identification of Species
and Sex in Primates
Hugo Aranibar Rojas, Jaime Rodriguez Fernandez
P038
The Use of the Near-Infrared Spectroscopy as a Surveillance Tool for Mosquito Control
Programs
Maggy Sikulu, Peter Masabho, Michael Henry, Nikita
Lysenko, Robert A, Marta Maia, Floyd Dowell, Greg
Devine
P041
Identification of Earthworm Burrow
Origins by Near Infrared Spectroscopy: Combining Results From Field Sites and Laboratory Microcosms
Anne Zangerlé
P044
Flash BMP®: Calibration for the Biochemical Methane Potential (BMP) of Solid Organic Waste Using NIRS
Preys Sebastien, Jordane Lallemand, Sylvie Roussel
P047
Recognition of the Geographical Origin
and Sex of Patagonian Forests of Araucaria Araucana Through the Analysis of Leaves by FT-NIR: A
Methodological Approach
Julieta Molina, Mariana Franco, Samara Franzol,
Carolina Moreno, Martín Hadad, Mario tomazello
Filho, Fidel Roig Juñet, Gilles Chaix
P050
Understanding the Radiative Performance of Urban Trees
Thomas Chung, Stefan Smith, Li Shao, Kieron Doick
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FOZ DO IGUASSU BRAZIL 18-23 OCTOBER 2015
TUESDAY
P053
Chemometric Application with Fourier-Transform Near Infrared Spectroscopy in the
Quantification of Greenhouse Gases with High
Humidity Levels
Thiago De Alencar Neves, Rafael Luis Ribessi, Wilson de Figueiredo Jardim, Jarbas Rohwedder
P056
Moving from Batch to Continuous
Flow Chemistry Production with PAT
Francisca F. Gouveia, Jesper Pram Rahbek, Asmus
R Mortensen, Pedro M Felizardo, Rasmus Bro, Jose
C. Menezes
P059
Determination of the Antioxidant Capacity of Primulae Flos Cum Calycibus with NIR
and ATR-IR Spectroscopy Including an Evaluation
of Reference Imprecision Impact on the SEP
Stefan Schoenbichler, Georg Falser, Shah Hussain,
Lukas Bittner, Gudrun Abel, Guenther Bonn, Christian Huck
P062
Quantitative Analysis of Polymorphic
Forms of Mebendazole in Pharmaceutical Raw
Materials Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy
Vitor Silva, Jacqueline Gonçalves, Fernanda Vera
Cruz Vasconcelos, Maria Fernanda Pimentel, Claudete Pereira
P065
Accurate Determination of Moisture
Content of Soft Contact Lenses by Near-Infrared
(NIR) Spectroscopy
Nina Schafroth, Keith Freel, Hari Narayanan
P068
NIR Evaluation of Sintered Polyethylene Oxide Placebo Tablets for Abuse Deterrent
Formulation Applications in Pharmaceutics
Heather Boyce, Ahmed Ibrahim, Daniel Smith, Steve
byrn, Vadim Gurvich, Wen Qu, Bhawana Saluja, Stephen Hoag
P071
Rapid Detection of Active Ingredients
in Cortex Moutan by Near Infrared Diffuse Reflection Spectral Technique
Yang Jidong, Wu Limin
P074
Nucleic Acid Detection in the NearInfrared Wavelength Range
Akimitsu Okamoto
P077
NIR Spectroscopy for Bacterial Identification
Pavel Krepelka, Petr Drexler
DAY 3
OCTOBER 20
P080
Design of a Low Cost and Portable
Wireless Near-Infrared Spectroscopy System Using Embedded Linux
Diogo Dias, Nasser Kashou
P083
Monitoring of Water Spectral Pattern
Reveals Differences in Probiotics Growth When
Used for Rapid Bacteria Selection
Roumiana Tsenkova, Aleksandar Slavchev, Zoltán
Kovács, Yosuke Kubota, György Bázár
P086
Diagnosis of Concrete Infrastructure
Deterioration Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy
- Effects of Cement and Mortar Types on the Determination of the Chloride Ion ConcentrationTomohiro Kawadai
P089
Diagnosis of Concrete Infrastructure
Deterioration Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Estimation of Deterioration Depth
Toru Shitara
P092
Open Reference System. Hyperspectral and NIR Data in a Geological Library for Archaeology
Johan Linderholm, Paul Geladi, Claudia Sciuto
P095
A Selection Process for Comparing
Bench-Top NIR Instruments for Industrial Applications
Steve Holroyd
P098
Applications of Near-Infra-Red Spectroscopy (NIRS) without Calibration
Phil Williams
P101
Mie-Based Correction for Vis/NIR
Scattering in Emulsions and Suspensions
Ben Aernouts, Annelies Postelmans, Robbe Van
Beers, Rodrigo Watté, Tjebbe Huybrechts, Wouter
Saeys
P104
Application of Multivariate Curve Resolution for in-Line Monitoring of the Acid Esterification of Jatropha Oil
Alianda Dantas de Oliveira, Maria Soledad Larrechi,
José Geraldo, Maria Fernanda Pimentel, Claudete
Pereira, Ananda Sá
P107
Following the Kinetics of Converting
Wood into Kraft Pulps by NIR Spectroscopy
Denilson da Silva Perez, Audrey Guillemain, Michel
Petit-Conil
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16:10-18:00
POSTER SESSION 2
P110
Assessment of Agricultural and Forestry Biomasses Quality for Bioenergy and Biofuels Applications by NIRS
Denilson da Silva Perez, Audrey Guillemain, Michel
Petit-Conil, Capucine Dupont
P113
Monitoring the Production of Multiple
Alcoholic Beverages at Industrial Scale by Using
FT-NIR Spectroscopy
Leonardo Ramirez-Lopez, Giuseppe Ferrari, Giovanni Campolongo, Margarete de Koning, G. Benetti, C. Furiosi, D. Cagni, I. Truzzi
P116
Prediction of the Biomass to Fuel
Conversion by NIR
Åsmund Rinnan, Sander Bruun, Søren Balling Engelsen
P119
Prediction of Soluble Solids Content
and Firmness in Low Chilling Peach Fruit ‘Aurora
1’ Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIR)
Paloma Nascimento, Lívia Carvalho, Luis Carlos
Cunha Júnior, Fabíola Pereira, Gustavo Teixeira
P122
Effect of Temperature, Fermentation Time and Yeast Type on Beer Fermentation
Metabolites Studied by Infrared Spectroscopy
and ANOVA Simultaneous Component Analysis
(ASCA)
Silvia Grassi, Morten Arendt Rasmussen, Christian
Bøge Lyndgaard, Ernestina Casiraghi, Jose Manuel
Amigo
P125
NIR Calibration Models to Estimate
the Methane Production Potential of Fresh Grass
and Maize
Christian Pfitzner, Gerhard Ruehl, Doreen Gabriel,
Joerg-Michael Greef
P128
Reduction of N-Fertilizer in Winter
Wheat Production by Improved Prognosis of Baking Quality
Doreen Gabriel, Christian Pfitzner, Gerhard Ruehl,
Norbert Haase, Alexandra Hüsken, Heinrich Prüfer,
Joerg-Michael Greef
P131
Application of Vis-NIR Spectrometer
on Assessment of Fruit Maturation and Ripening
Using Spectral Indicies
Umesh Acharya, Phul Subedi, Kerry Walsh
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P134
Exploratory Analysis of Fecal NIR
Spectra Similarity of Goats and Sheep Grazing
Brazilian Northeastern Rangelands
Marco Bomfim, Angela Maria Vieira Batista, Ariosvaldo Medeiros, Michel do Vale Maciel, Jacianelly
Karla Silva, Ana Clara Rodrigues Cavalcante, Diego
Barcelos Galvani, Francisca Erlane Brito Martins,
Stephen Prince
P137
Sorting for Internal Flesh Browning
in Apple Using Visible-Shortwave Near Infrared
Spectroscopy
Bed Prasad Khatiwada, Phul Subedi, Clinton
Hayes, Kerry Walsh
P140
Near-Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging
for Beef Tenderness Prediction
Juliana Monteiro Balage, Madeline Rezende Mazon, Danielle Leal Matarin, Juan Fernando Morales
Gomez, Henrique Bueno da Silva, Daniel Silva Antonelo, Saulo da Luz e Silva
P143
Relationship Between Rice Tocopherols Content and Water Absorption in Near Infrared Region
Tiziana Maria Piera Cattaneo, Giovanna Cortellino,
Stefania Barzaghi
P146
Potentials and Limitations of Global
Versus Local Calibration Models for Soil Organic
Carbon on Large Scale
Angelica Jaconi, Axel Don, Arthur Gessler, Annette
Freibauer
P149
Including pH and Temperature Data
Improves NIRS Prediction Models for Drip Loss in
Pork Slices
Silvia Ampuero Kragten, Simone Chiesa, Martin
Scheeder, Giuseppe Bee
P152
Adulteration Detection in Olive Oil Using a PLS Model Augmented by Synthetic NIR
Spectra
Ali Gahkani, Rocio Garcia, Alejandro Criado, Simon
Flanagan, Christopher Piotrowski
17TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY
FOZ DO IGUASSU BRAZIL 18-23 OCTOBER 2015
TUESDAY
P155
NIR Spectroscopy and Pattern Recognition Methods for Classification and Characterization of Cocoa Varieties
Leonardo Fonseca Maciel, Douglas Barbin, Margareth Ribeiro, Maria da Pureza Spönola Miranda,
Eliete Da Silva Bispo, Rosemary Duarte Sales Carvalho, Elisa Hirooka
P158
A Portable MicroNIR Instrument as a
Screening Tool in Discriminating Fruit Based Beverages Prepared with Cow Ricotta Cheese Whey
By-Products
Stefania Barzaghi, Giovanna Cortellino, Maurizio
Grassi, Anna Rizzolo
P161
Determination of Corn Metabolizable
Energy for Broilers Through Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIR)
Dirceu Zanotto, Jorge Victor Ludke, Teresinha Marisa Bertol, Arlei Coldebella, Helenice Mazzuco, Carlos Roberto Bernardi
P164
Multisensor On-the-Go Mapping of
Readily Dispersible Clay and Other Soil Properties
Guillaume Debaene, Jacek Niedźwiecki
P167
Discrimination According to the Agronomic Condition of Açai (Euterpe Oleracea) Samples Using Hand-Held Near Infrared Spectrometer
Risaldo Amaral Jr, João Paulo Silva, Vincent Baeten,
Hervé Rogez
P170
Sorting Aflatoxin Contaminated Maize
Kernels with Fluorescence Spectra
Haibo Yao, Zuzana Hruska, Russell Kincaid, Robert
Brown, Deepak Bhatnagar, Thomas Cleveland
DAY 3
OCTOBER 20
P182
Varieties, Origin and Chemical Composition Evaluation of Peruvian Chili Peppers Using Near Infrared Spectroscopy
Rosario Castillo, Kirti Patel, Candy Ruiz, Rosa Calderón, Juanita Freer, Rosario Rojas
P185
Evaluation of Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
Adulteration with Soybean Oil by NIR, MIR, and
Raman Spectroscopy Associated with Chemometric Approaches
Maria Jose Bell, Virgílio Anjos, Marcone Augusto
Leal de Oliveira, Roney Rocha, Brenda Porto
P188
Estimation of Milk Fat Globules Rising
Up Using NIR Scattering
Giovanni Cabassi, Mauro Profaizer
P191
Development of Calibration Model for
Measuring Stilbene Content of Wood Samples by
NIRS
Susanna Pulkka, Jean-Paul Charpentier, Vincent
Segura, Tarja Tapanila, Anni Harju, Luc Eric Pâques
P194
Discrimination of Açai Fruit (Euterpe
Oleracea) According to their Geographical Origin
Using Near Infrared Spectroscopy and Chemometrics Tools
Risaldo Amaral Jr., Vincent Baeten, Hervé Rogez
P197
Near Infrared Spectroscopy as a Discriminate Approach to Classify Eucalyptus Tissues According to Their Physiological Status
Gilles Chaix, Benedicte Favreau, Marie Denis, Thaís
Regiani Cataldi, Helaine Carrer, Roger Chambi
Legoas, Samara Franzol, Jean Paul Laclau, Mario
Tomazello Filho
P173
Method Development to Predict Klason Lignin Content in Sugarcane from Stalk Surface Using NIR Spectroscopy and Multivariate
Calibration
Camila Assis, Márcio Barbosa, Lidiane Silva, Rachel
Ramos, Volmir Kist, Luiz Peternelli, Reinaldo Teofilo
P176
Estimation of Quality and Safety of
Meat and Cheese Products – Aquaphotomics Approach
Stefka Atanassova
P179
A NIR-Based Non Destructive Method
for the Calibration of Phenols and Antioxidant Activity on Fresh-Cut Artichokes
Maria Luisa Amodio, Francesca Piazzolla, Mario Li
Vigni, Giancarlo Colelli
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TUESDAY
17:30-19:30
ICNIRS MEETING
Atlantic Auditorium
20:00-22:30
BRUKER EVENING
Carmen Miranda Cafe
All participants are cordially invited to join us for the
Bruker Evening at the Carmen Miranda restaurant by
the hotel pool. Spend the evening with friends eating
finger food, enjoying a variety of drinks and of course
do not miss out on rocking the dance floor to the music
Offered by:
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WEDNESDAY
OCTOBER 21 2015
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WEDNESDAY
8:00-8:40
PLENARY LECTURE 5
Vibrational spectroscopy with handheld instruments: State-of-the Art Instrumentation, Applications and Future Aspects
Heinz Siesler
University of Duisburg-Essen, Department of Physical Chemistry, Essen,
Germany
8:40-10:00
8:40
ORAL SESSION 7
| HANDHELD INSTRUMENTS
Chair: Marena Manley
OP30 NIR
as a toll for determination of log/biomass quality index in
mountain forests – SLOPE project approach
Anna Sandak, Jakub Sandak, Katharina Böhm
Trees and Timber Institute/National Research Council - IVALSA/CNR - Italy
9:00
OP31
tion
Effect of portable NIR instrument aging on fruit TSS predic-
Umesh Acharya, Clinton Hayes, Phul Subedi, Kerry Walsh
Central Queensland University - Australia
9:20
OP32 Evaluation
of portable NIR instruments for discrimination of 6
similar tropical wood species by PLS-DA
Maria Cecilia Bergo, T.C.M. Pastore, V.T.R. Coradin, D.C. da Silva, L.F.
Soares, Jez W.B. Braga
Chemistry Institute, University of Brasília, Brasília - Brazil
9:40
Fraud detection: Non-destructive determination of chicken
fillet adulteration by MicroNIRTM Spectrometer
OP33
Rita Boerrigter-Eenling, Yannick Weesepoel, Eleftheria Tzoumeleka,
Chang Hsiung, Chris Pederson, Nada O’Brien, Saskia van Ruth
RIKILT Wageningen University and Research Centre, Wageningen - Netherlands
10:00-10:20
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COFFEE BREAK
17TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY
FOZ DO IGUASSU BRAZIL 18-23 OCTOBER 2015
WEDNESDAY
10:20-12:00
DAY 4
OCTOBER 21
21
ORAL SESSION 8
HANDHELD INSTRUMENTS / NIR INSTRUMENTS
Chair: Heinz Siesler
10:20 OP34 Matching portable NIRS instruments for on farm monitoring
of the protein and fat contents of cow milk
Begoña de la Roza-Delgado, A. Soldado, A. González-Arrojo, M. Cuevas-Valdés, J.E. Guerrero-Ginel, A. Garrido-Varo, D. Pérez-Marín
Nutrition Research Programme. Regional Institute for Research and AgroFood Development (SERIDA) - Spain
10:40
OP35 Bottled
liquid explosive detector using NIR
Hideo Itozaki, Masaki Ono, Shiori Ito, Keisuke Uekawa, Yuji Miyato,
Hideo Sato-Akaba
Osaka University Graduate School of Engineering Science - Japan
11:00
Near-infrared spectroscopy using a supercontinuum laser
- application to long-wavelength transmission spectra of barley
seeds
OP36
Tine Ringsted, S. Dupont, J, Ramsay, S.R. Keiding, S. B. Engelsen
University of Copenhagen - Faculty of Sciences - Department of Food Science, Spectroscopy and Chemometrics - Denmark
11:20
OP37 Innovative
spatially and angularly-resolved diffuse reflectance
spectrometer for dense media
Yi-chieh Chen, Minghui Foo, Suresh N. Thennadil
University of Strathclyde - Faculty of Engineering - Department of Chemical
and Process Engineering - Scotland
11:40
Optical MEMS technologies for field-portable NIR microspectrometers
OP38
Lorenzo Faraone, Dilusha Silva, J. Antoszewski, A. Keating, J. Dell
The University of Western Australia - Australia
12:00-13:30
LUNCH
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WEDNESDAY
13:30-16:30
VISIT TO IGUASSU FALLS
Shuttle departs at 13:30 from the Mabu Thermas Grand
Resort
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DAY 5
THURSDAY
OCTOBER 22 2015
THURSDAY
8:00-8:40
PLENARY LECTURE 6
Multivariate resolution for NIR image and process analysis
Anna de Juan
University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
8:40-10:00
ORAL SESSION 9
| IMAGING
Chair: Paul Geladi
8:40
Quality control of herbal medicines through Hyperspectral
imaging: species discrimination and adulteration detection
OP39
Ilze Vermaak, Maxleene Sandasi, Sidonie Tankeu, Alvaro Viljoen
Tshwane University of Technology -South Africa
9:00
Quantification of the intramuscular fat content in pork using
hyperspectral imaging
OP40
Martin Scheeder, Andreas Vidman
Suisag - Switzerland
9:20
OP41 Classification
of non-reflectance corrected hyperspectral images in wheat fields
Nathalie Gorretta, Xavier Hadoux, Sylvain Jay
UMR ITAP, Irstea, Montpellier - France
9:40
Use of Near Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging (NIR-HSI) and
chemometric tools to study the kinetics of wheat kernel imbibition
OP42
Benoît Jaillais, Lancelot, Courcoux, Dominique Bertrand
INRA - USC – CEPIA - France
10:00-10:20
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THURSDAY
10:20-12:00
10:20
ORAL SESSION 10
DAY 5
OCTOBER 21
22
| IMAGING
Chair: Anna de Juan
Selection of NIR wavelengths from hyperspectral imaging
data for the quality evaluation of Acerola fruit
OP43
Cristina Malegori, Aoife Gowen, E.J.N. Marques, Maria Fernanda Pimentel, S.T. De Freitas, Celio Pasquini, Ernestina Casiraghi
Department of Food Environmental and Nutritional Science - Università degli
Studi di Milano - Italy
10:40
OP44 Intuitive,
semi-supervised training of the segmentation of hyperspectral images
Jeroen van Roy, Niels Wouters, Bart De Ketelaere, Wouter Saeys
KU Leuven, Department of Biosystems, MeBioS - Belgium
11:00
OP45 Hyperspectral
imaging on two German medieval illuminations
of the treasury of the cathedral of Bordeaux, part of the Marcadé
Collection (XV century, France)
Aurélie Mounier, Charlotte Denoel, Gwénaelle, Carole Biron, Floréal Daniel
IRAMAT-CRP2A / UMR5060 - University Bordeaux Montaigne - France
11:20
OP46 Transferring
results from NIR-hyperspectral to NIR-multispectral imaging: A filter-based simulation applied to the classification
of Arabica and Robusta green coffee beans
Rosalba Calvini, Jose Manuel Amigo, Alessandro Ulrici
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia - Department of Life Sciences - Italy
11:40
Near-Infrared spectra and Near-infrared imaging studies of
growth of fertilized egg of medaka - In-vivo monitoring of the
growth of the egg at the molecular level
OP47
Mika Ishigaki, Shoya Kawasaki, Daitaro Ishikawa, Yukihiro Ozaki
Kwansei Gakuin University, School of Science and Technology - Japan
12:00-13:30
LUNCH
55
THURSDAY
13:30-14:10
PLENARY LECTURE 7
Multichannel NIR spectroscopy: A role model
for future Quantitative Big Data
Harald Martens
Dept. Engineering Cybernetics, Norwegian U. Sci.& Technol.
Trondheim IDLETechs AS, Trondheim, Norway
14:10-16:10
14:10
ORAL SESSION 11 | CHEMOMETRICS
Chair: Tom Fearn
OP48 Validation:
still an unexplored land?
Federico Marini, Frank Westad
University of Rome “La Sapienza” - Faculty of Sciences – Chemistry - Italy
14:30
OP49 Comparing
tens
model building NIRS paradigms – Norris vs. Mar-
Åsmund Rinnan, Lars Munck
University of Copenhagen - Faculty of Science
Dept. of Food Science - Denmark
14:50
Using Monte Carlo simulations to formulate analysis strategies for food processes
OP50
Nicolau Dehanov, Paul Mulheran
University of Strathclyde Chemical and Process Engineering - Scotland
15:10
Local regression algorithm improves NIRS predictions when
the target constituent evolves in breeding populations
OP51
Fabrice Davrieux, Dufour Dominique, Pierre Dardenne, John Belalcazar,
Monica Pizzarro, Jorge Luna, Luis Londono, Angelica Jaramillo, Teresa
Sanchez, Nelson Morante, Fernando Calle, Luis Augusto Becerra, Hernan Ceballos
CIRAD - UMR Qualisud - France
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FOZ DO IGUASSU BRAZIL 18-23 OCTOBER 2015
THURSDAY
15:30
DAY 5
OCTOBER 21
22
New tools to solve large complexity in large scale soil NIR
libraries thought the use of memory-based learning
OP52
Leonardo Ramirez-Lopez, Antoine Stevens
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich - Switzerland
15:50
Optimal partner wavelength combination method with application to near-infrared spectroscopic analysis
OP53
Tao Pan, Yun Han, Jiemei Chen
Jinan University - College of Science and Engineering - Department of Optoelectronic Engineering - China
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THURSDAY
16:10-18:00
POSTER SESSION 3
P003 Global* vs Regional Calibrations: a
Case Study
Rocio Garcia, Alejandro Criado, Ali Gahkani, Simon
Flanagan, Christopher Piotrowski
P006
The Differential Floating Reference
Method for Noninvasive Blood Glucose Sensing
by Near-Infrared Spectroscopy
Xiaolin Min, Rong Liu, Wanjie Zhang, Kexin Xu
P009
Is Logarithmic Transformation (Log
1/R) Always Necessary in Diffuse Reflectance
Measurement?
Yoshisato Ootake
P012
Analysis and Detection of Drugs and
Counterfeit Medicines with Hyperspectral Cameras
Mathieu Marmion, Slawomir Wilczynski
P015
Evaluation of HSI-NIR and Chemometrics for Identification of Semen on Colored Cotton
Fabrics
Carolina Silva, Maria Fernanda Pimentel, Ricardo
Honorato, André Batista, Celio Pasquini
P018
Near and Middle Infrared Hypespectral
Images to Investigate Forensic Cases of Suspected Fraudulent Bankchecks
José Pereira, Carolina Silva, Maria Fernanda Pimentel, André Braz, Ricardo Honorato, Peter Wentzell,
Celio Pasquini
P021
NIR Hyperspectral Images for Identification of Tagged Gunshot Residue: Analyzing the
Collecting Substrate
Marcela Carvalho, Marcio Talhavini, Celio Pasquini,
Severino Alves Jr., Maria Fernanda Pimentel, Ingrid
Távora Weber
P024
A Preliminary Study on the Forensic
Application of Near Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging (HSI-NIR) for Indented Writing Recovery
Lívia Rodrigues e Brito, André Braz, Maria Fernanda
Pimentel, Ricardo Honorato
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P027
Classification of the Seized Cannabis
Seeds Cultivated in Greenhouse by Age Through
Near Infrared Spectroscopy Associated with Chemometrics
Marco Ferrão, Marcelo Marcelo, Kristiane Mariotti,
Rafael Ortiz, Bruna Borille, Renata Limberger
P030
Monitoring of the Degree of Condensation in Thin Alkoxysiloaxane Layers by NIR Reflection Spectroscopy
Tom Scherzer, Gabriele Mirschel, Ulrike Helmstedt,
Lutz Prager, Ulrich Decker
P033
Rapid Determination of Selected Compounds in Waste-Based Fuel by Near Infrared
Spectroscopy
Jan Skvaril, Konstantinos Kyprianidis, Anders Avelin,
Monica Odlare, Erik Dahlquist
P036
Modeling for Mixed Solvent of Li-Ion
Rechargeable Battery
Hideko Tanaka
P039
Non-Least Squares Optimization for
Measuring Formaldehyde in MDF and Particle
Board
David Honigs
P042
Study of the Asphaltene Aggregation
Using the NIR in Combination with Principal Component Analysis and Dynamic Model Development
Claudete Henriques, Rubens Maciel Filho, Maria
Bueno
P045
Near-Infrared Imaging Using a HighSpeed Monitoring Near Infrared Hyperspectral
Camera (Compovision)
Daitaro Ishikawa, Yukihiro Ozaki
P048
Calibration Transfer Between SWNIR
Si PDA Instruments
Clinton Hayes, Kerry Walsh, Colin Greensill
P051
Sensitivity of Soil Property Predictions
to Instrumental Spectral Configurations from Laboratory Vis-NIR Spectroscopy
Cécile Gomez, Karine Adeline, Nathalie Gorretta,
Jean-Michel Roger
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P054
Improved Wet Silage Analysis Through
Optimized NIR Sampling
Anders Larsen, Steve Fisher, Lone Vejgaard
P057
Performance Specifications for Consistent Model Performance of an Instrument Using an Interactance Optical Design in Prediction of
Internal Fruit Attributes
Ryan Lerud, Shankar Rananavare, Jim Goecks,
Kerry Walsh, Phul Subedi
P060
Near-Infrared Emission Spectroscopy:
Improvements on Instrumentation
Jicarla Portela Rebouças, Jarbas Rohwedder, Celio
Pasquini
P063
Development of Field-Portable NIR
Absorption Spectrometry System by Using Glass
Phosphor Combined with LED
Hiroki Uemura, Shingo Fuchi, Ryo Kato, Keiji Amano,
Kenichi Hiraizumi, Hiroshi Hayase, Yoshikazu Takeda
P066
Comparison Between FT-NIR and Micro-NIR in the Evaluation of Acerola Fruit Quality,
Using PLS and SVM Regression Algorithms
Cristina Malegori, Emanuel Marques, Maria Fernanda Pimentel, Sergio Freitas, Flávio Souza, Celio
Pasquini, Ernestina Casiraghi
P069
Prediction of Dry Matter and Total Soluble Solids of Agave Tequilana Leaves Using Near
Infrared Spectroscopy
Deepa Rijal, Kerry Walsh, Phul Subedi, Nanjappa
Ashwath
P072
Field Based NIR Analysis for Lithic
Provenance Studies in Archaeology. A Case Study
From Montescaglioso (Southern Italy)
Johan Linderholm, Claudia Sciuto, Paul Geladi,
Dimitris Roubis
P075
Milling Quality Prediction from Single
Maize (Zea Mays L.) Kernels Using the MicroNIR
Spectrophotometer
Anina Guelpa, Marena Manley
P078
Comparison of Different Approaches
of Calibration Transfer: Application to Portable
Spectrometers for Measuring Blood Hematocrit of
Cattle
Xuan Luo, Akifumi Ikehata, Kunio Sashida, Shanji
Piao, Tsutomu Okura, Yutaka Terada
DAY 5
OCTOBER 21
22
P081
Quality Parameters Evaluation in
‘Tommy Atkins’ Mango Using a Handheld UltraCompact Near Infrared Spectrometer
Emanuel Marques, Sergio Freitas, Celio Pasquini,
Maria Fernanda Pimentel
P084
Comparison Between Benchtop and
Ultra-Compact Handheld NIR Spectrometers for
the Evaluation of Apple Quality
Emanuel Marques, Audrey Pissard, Pierre Dardenne,
Marc Lateur, Celio Pasquini, Maria Fernanda Pimentel, Vincent Baeten
P087 Non-Destructive Determination of
Quality Traits of Cashew Apples (Anacardium Occidentale, L.) Using a Micro-NIR Portable Spectrophotometer
Celio Pasquini, Lívia Paulia Dias Ribeiro, Ebenézer
de Oliveira Silva
P090
Development of a Portable Near Infrared Hadamard Photometer Based on Light Emitting Diodes for Diesel/Biodiesel Blends Analysis
Eduardo Maia Paiva, Jarbas Rohwedder, Celio Pasquini, Claudete Pereira
P093
Use of a NIR Portable Spectrometer
for the Assessment of Fat/Dry Matter and Protein/
Dry Matter Ratios on Whole Wheels of Parmigiano
Reggiano Cheese
Giovanni Cabassi, Stefania Barzaghi, Marco Nocetti
P096
Discrimination and Prediction of
Chemical Composition of the Fish Species From
Amazon Coast Using a Long Wave Near Infrared
(LW-NIR) Portable Instrument
Evaldo Silva, Fabielle Ferreira, Darly Pompeu, Jesus
Souza
P099
MicroNIR Spectroscopy: a Potential
Analytical Tool for the Classification of Origin and
Prediction of Δ13c and Δ15n Values of Lamb Meat
Sara Erasmus, Marena Manley, Louwrens Hoffman,
Magdalena Muller
P102
The Use of Portable NIRS Instrument
for in Situ Soil Analysis and Fertility Diagnosis
Pierre Bimont, Abubeker Hassen, Eyob Tesfamariam, Emmanuel Tillard, Serge Nabeneza, Pierre
Dardenne, Paulo Salgado
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THURSDAY
16:10-18:00
POSTER SESSION 3
P105
An Investigation of Light Propagation
in Wood by Time-of-Flight Near-Infrared Spectroscopy
Satoru Tsuchikawa, Tetsuya Inagaki, Hikaru Kobori,
Ryunosuke Kitamura
P108
A New Method to Detect Hydrocarbon Gases in Mineral Oil Using NIR Spectroscopy
and Multivariate Calibration
Gilze Borges, Jarbas Rohwedder, Edson Bortoni
P111
A Compact Sensor System for In-Line
Gas Analysis Based on Heart-Shaped SubstrateIntegrated Hollow Waveguides and a Micro-NIR
Spectrometer
Rafael Luis Ribessi, Thiago De Alencar Neves, Jarbas Rohwedder, Ivo M. Raimundo Jr., Celio Pasquini, Andreas Wilk, Vjekoslav Kokoric, Boris Mizaikoff
P114
NIR Goes Shopping: Miniaturized NIR
Equipment for Daily Tasks
Celio Pasquini, Matheus Jardim
P117
Near Infrared Reflectance Spectroscopy for Improving Wool Interlotting
John Walker, Christopher Lupton, Daniel Watanabe,
André Rigueiro, Faron Pfeiffer
P120
Classification of Intact Macadamia
Nuts Using NIR Spectroscopy
Giovanna Canneddu, Luis Carlos Cunha Júnior,
Gustavo Teixeira
P123
Use of Infrared Microscopy in the
Detection of Particles of Animal Origin in Bone
Ashes.
Maria Mercedes Bertotto, Marcelo Bello, Susana
Binotti, Matias Agnese, Sandra Bachur, Damian
Dedó
P126
NIR Calibration Models to Estimate
the Bioethanol Production Potential in Fresh
Grains of Wheat, Rye and Triticale
Gerhard Ruehl, Christian Pfitzner, Doreen Gabriel,
Joerg-Michael Greef
P129
NIRS Calibrations to Estimate Quality
of Argentine Soybean Extrusion-Press Expeller
Nestor Juan, Elvira Fernández-Ahumada, Daniela
Ortiz
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P132
Assessing Biogas Potentials of Energy Crops Using Near Infrared Reflectance (NIR)
Spectroscopy
Susanne Frydendal Nielsen, Radziah Wahid, Henrik
B. Møller, Claus Felby, Uffe Jørgensen, Rene Gislum
P135
Quality Assessment of Italian DryCured Hams by FT-NIR Spectroscopy
Ernestina Casiraghi, Silvia Grassi, Cristina Alamprese
P138
Evaluation of Sampling Strategies in
Grains Using Spatial Distribution Surfaces From
NIR Spectral Data
José Antonio Adame Siles, Dolores Catalina Pérez
Marín, Ana Garrido-Varo, Tom Fearn, Francisco
Maroto Molina, José Emilio Guerrero Ginel
P141
Prediction of the Composition of
Large Poaceae: Can Multi-Species Calibrations
Can Be Used for Extrapolation to New Species ?
Laurent Bonnal, David Pot, Jean-François Rami,
Jean-Yves Hoarau, Pierre Malvoisin, Denis Bastianelli
P144
“Local” NIRS PLS Model Vs Multi
Species Model for Basic Density of Eucalyptus
Solid Wood and Influence on Spectral Data by
Moisture Content Variability
Gilles Chaix, Mariana Pirès Franco, Samara Franzol,
Lucas Oste, Marta Karina Leite, Mario Tomazello
Filho
P147
Powder Blend Uniformity Characterization of Food Additives Using Near Infrared Reflectance Spectroscopy
Madan Kumar Lakshmanan, Beatriz Carrasco
P150
Estimating Prediction Uncertainties in
PLS Models Based on NIR Data: Application in
Process Water Quality Monitoring
Peter Skou, Dorrit Thaysen, Frans van der Berg
P153
Application of NIR for Monitoring
Quality Traits of Mechanically Separated Poultry
Meat
Maj-Britt Schmidt Andersen, Poul Henckel, Margrethe Therkildsen, Åsmund Rinnan
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THURSDAY
P156
The Aquaphotomics Approach as a
Tool in Studying Food Coating Materials
Tiziana Maria Piera Cattaneo, Anna Rizzolo, Maurizio Grassi, Stefania Barzaghi
P159
Transfer of Canola Calibrations from
FOSS NIRsystems 6500 to Bruker Matrix-I
Bert Siemens, Veronique Barthet
P162
Determination of Geometric Mean
Diameter of Corn Particle Through Near Infrared
Spectroscopy (NIR)
Dirceu Zanotto, Carlos Roberto Bernardi, Arlei Coldebella, Jorge Victor Ludke, Teresinha Marisa Bertol
P165
Quantification of the Main Properties
in Meals Ready to Eat (MRE) by NIRS
Bernard Lecler, Olivier Mimet, Pierre Dardenne, Vincent Baeten
P168
Prediction of Lignin Content in Sugarcane from Fresh Leaf Using Near Infrared Spectroscopy and Chemometric Methods
Camila Assis, Márcio Barbosa, Lidiane Silva, Rachel
Ramos, Volmir Kist, Luiz Peternelli, Reinaldo Teofilo
P171
Towards Modelling of Calibration
Models for Sparkling Apple Wines. Part I: the
Unique Cultivar Properties Behind Taste
Mabel Martínez Vega, Thomas Skov, Torben Toldam-Andersen
DAY 5
OCTOBER 21
22
P183
Rapid and Environmentally Friendly
Wine Analysis Using Vis/NIR Spectroscopy and
Support Vector Machine Regression
Emanuel Marques, Aline Biasoto, Sergio Freitas, Thiago Reis de Menezes, Giuliano Elias
Pereira, Rita de Cássia Mirela Resende Nassur,
Everaldo Paulo Medeiros
P186
From Research Laboratory to Sugarcane Factory – Technology Transfer Challenges
Stephen Walford
P189
Evaluation of Ente Plum Maturity by
Infrared Spectroscopy
Jordane Lallemand, Sylvie Roussel, Salim Rashidi,
Monique Capelle
P192
Moisture Content Determination for
Several Eucalyptus Wood by NIRS: Monospecific
PLS Models vs Multispecies Model
Mariana Franco, Samara Franzol, Marta Leite, Lucas Oste, Gilles Chaix, Mario Tomazello Filho
P195
Use of NIR and PLS to Predict Chemical Composition of Brachiaria
Maria Lúcia Simeone, Gilberto Batista Souza,
Miguel Marques Gontijo Neto, Cristiane de Carvalho
Guimarães, Everaldo Paulo Medeiros, Gustavo Eugenio Gerhard Barrocas, Celio Pasquini
P174
Hyperspectral Imaging to Predict
Shelf-Life of Ready-to-Eat Quinoa Sprouts
Maria Luisa Amodio, Tiziana D’ambrosio, Mario Li
Vigni, Giancarlo Colelli
P177
Determination of Salmonella sp in
Whole Milk by NIR and Chemometrics
Juliana Pereira, Luiza Leme, Márcia Regina Ferreira Geraldo Perdoncini, Patricia Valderrama, Paulo
Henrique Março
P180
Evaluation of Spectrometer Type and
Handling Procedures for Prediction of Herbivore
Diet Crude Protein from Feces
Stephen Prince, Marco Bomfim, Douglas Tolleson,
Luis Tedeschi, Jay Angerer
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THURSDAY
17:30-18:30
BRAZILIAN RESEARCHERS MEETING
Atlantic Auditorium
Meeting of the Brazilian researchers and professionals to
evaluate the opportunity to establish the Brazilian Society
on Near Infrared Spectroscopy
20:00-23:00
CONFERENCE DINNER
Di Cavalcanti Brasserie
The Conference dinner will be a good opportunity to meet
and network with colleagues and friends attending the
NIR 2015. The event will take place at the Mabu Thermas
Grand Resort, with open bar and entertainment by a band.
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OCTOBER 23 2015
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FRIDAY
8:00-8:40
PLENARY LECTURE 7
The critical role of representative sampling before
analysis, NIR or otherwise
Kim H. Esbensen
KHE Consulting, CAMO Software, Aalborg University, Denmark,
Geological Survey of Denmark & Greenland,
Telemark University College, Norway
8:40-10:00
ORAL SESSION 12| FUNDAMENTALS / BIOCHEMICAL
Chair: Suresh N. Thennadil
8:40
OP54 Retrieving
Beer-Lambert law absorbance of highly scattering
materials by combining Light Polarization Spectroscopy and the
Representative Layer Theory
Alexia Gobrecht,Ryad Bendoula, Jean-Michel Roger, Véronique BellonMaurel
Irstea - UMR ITAP - France
9:00
OP55 Fiber
optic sensor enhanced by NIR spectroscopy for bacteria identification
Pavel Krepelka, Petr Drexler, Romam Pytel
Brno University of Technology-Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication-Department of Theoretical and Experimental Electrical Engineering - Czech Republic
9:20
OP56 A
rapid simultaneous quantification method of the screening
indicators for thalassemia with near-infrared spectroscopy
Tao Pan, Yun Han, Jeimei Chen
Jinan University, China
9:40
Noninvasive determination of blood glucose level based on
short-wave NIR spectroscopy and simple liner regression
OP57
Akifumi Ikehata, Yasuhiro Uwadaira, Akiko Momose, Masayo Miura
National Food Research Institute, NARO – Japan
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FRIDAY
DAY 6
OCTOBER 23
10:00-10:20
COFFEE BREAK
10:20-11:40
ORAL SESSION 13
| AGRICULTURE AND FOOD
Chair: Vincent Baeten
10:20
OP58 Discovering
tations by NIR
growth patterns of lactic acid bacteria in fermen-
Carina Svendsen, Thomas Skov, Frans van der Berg
University of Copenhagen-Department of Food Science-Spectroscopy &
Chemometrics - Denmark
10:40
Determining the clay/organic carbon ratio by visible near infrared spectroscopy
OP59
Maria Knadel, Yi Peng, Cecilie Hermansen, Trine Norgaard, Rene Gislum, Lis Wollesen de Jonge, Per Moldrup, Mogens Humlekrog Gerve
Aarhus University - Science and Technology – Agroecology - Denmark
11:00
OP60 Assessing
soil carbon using laboratory and field sensors in a
Typic Hapludox of Colombia
Iván Rodrigo Orjuela Osorio, Rubiano S, Camacho-Tamayo, RamirezLópez
Universidad Nacional de Colombia - Escuela de Posgrados - Colombia
11:20 Take home messages
Pierre Dardenne
Centre Wallon de Recherches Agronomiques - Belgium
11:40
CLOSING CEREMONY
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author index
A
Barone, A.OP05
Barrocas, G.E.G. P195
Bart, J. P010
Abel, G. P059
Barthet, V.P145 P159
Acharya, U. OP31 P131
Barton, F. P130
Adeline, K.P051
Barzaghi, S. OP23 P093 P143 P156 P158 P193
Ader, K. P190 P151 P026
Bastianelli, D. P020 P141
Aernouts, B. OP19 P101 P154 P175
Batista, A.P015
Agnese, M. P123
Batista, A.M.V. OP22 P134
Agurto, C. P049
Batten, G. OP01 P163 Ahumada, E.F. P129
Bázár, G. P083
Akaba, H.S. OP35
Becerra, L.A. OP51 Alamprese, C. OP20 P135
Bee, G. P149
Alomar, D.P136
Beers, R.V. OP19 P101 P175
Alonso, L. P011
Belalcazar, J. OP51
Alves Jr., S. P021
Bell, M.J. P184 P185
Amano, K.P063
Bellini, S. OP14
Amaral Jr., R. P167 P194
Bello, M. P123
Amigo, J.M. OP20 OP46 P011 P016 P115 P122
Bendoula, R. OP14 OP54 P100 P139
Amodio, M.L. P174 P179
Benetti, G.P113
Andersen, M.B.S. P153
Beratto, A.P049
Andersen, T.T. P171
Berg, F.V. OP58 P150
Anderson, C. A. P022
Bergo, M.C. OP32 P067
Andrade, D.C. P103
Bernardi, C.R. P161 P162
Angerer, J.OP22 P180
Bertol, T.M. P161 P162
Anjos, V. P184 P185
Bertotto, M.M. P123
Antonelo, D.S. P140
Bertrand, D. OP04 OP42
Antoszewski, J. OP38
Berzaghi, P. P046
Arai, S. OP02
Bevilacqua, M. P115
Araya, J. OP12 P121
Biasoto, A. P181 P183
Arnaiz, S. P070
Bimont, P. P102
Arrojo, A.G. OP34
Binotti, S. P123
Ashwath, N. P069
Biron, C. OP45
Assis, C. OP16 P168 P173
Bispo, E.S. P155
Assis, M.W.D. P187
Bittner, L. P059
Avelin, A. OP28 P033
Blakeney, A. OP01
Bodson, B. P088
Böhm, K. OP30
Bachur, S. P123
Boissier, G. P020
Baeten, V. P084 P088 P103 P157 P165 P166 P167 Boizot, N. P026
P194
Bomfim, M. OP22 P134P180
Bagnasco, L. P005
Bonierbale, M. OP06
Balage, J.M. P140
Bonifazi, G. P109
Barbedo, J. P124
Bonilla, A.S. OP21
Barbin, D. P155
Bonn, G. P059
Barbosa, M. P168 P173
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Bonnal, L. P020 P141
Cavalcante, A.C.R. OP22 P134
Borges, G.P108
Cavalcante, N. P025 Borille, B. P027
Cavalcanti, C.J. P025
Bortoni, E.P108
Ceballos, H. OP51
Boyce, H. P068
Chaix, G. P047 P144 P192 P197
Braga, J.W.B. OP32
Chang, K. P043
Braz, A. P018 P024 Charpentier, J.P. P026 P151 P190 P191
Brito, L.R. P024 P076 Chen, J. OP53 OP56
Bro, R.
P056
Chen, Y.C.OP37
Bruun, S. P116
Chiesa, S. P149
Bueno, M. P042
Chung, H. P043
Buret, C. P026
Chung, T. P050
Burud, I. P008 P079 P112
Cinier, R. OP17
Buydens, L. P010
Coldebella, A. P161 P162
Byrn, S. P068
Colelli, G. P174 P179 Conil, M.P.P107 P110 Coradin, V.T.R. OP32 P067
Cortellino, G. P143 P158
Cabassi, G. P093 P188
Courcoux OP42
Cabrera, N.F. P160
Criado, A. P003 P013 P152
Cacot, P. P020
Cunha Jr., L.C. P119 P120 P187
Caetano, V. P076
Curti, S.M.M. P037
Cagni, D. P113
Cai, W. P004 P007
Caldwell, R. P163
Calle, F. OP51
Dahl, M.B.P029
Calvini, R. OP46
Dahlquist, E. OP28 P033
Campbell, E. P002
Daikos, O.OP26
Campbell, L. P163
Daniel, F. OP45
Campolongo, G. P113
Dardenne, P. OP51 P084 P102 P157 P165
Canneddu, G. P120
Davies, A.M.C. P034
Capelle, M. P189
Davrieux, F. OP17 OP51
Cappai, C.P193
Dawson, S. OP05
Cardozo, G.M.B.Q. P103
Debaene, G. P164
Carrasco, B. P147 P148
Decker, U.P030
Carrer, H. P197
Dedó, D. P123
Carvalho, L. P119
Dehanov, N. OP27 OP50
Carvalho, M. P021
Déjardin, A. P190
Carvalho, R.D.S. P155
Delgado, B.R. OP21 OP34 P148
Casale, M.P005
Dell, J. OP38
Casiraghi, E. OP20 OP43 P066 P091P122 P135
Denis, M. P197
Castillo, R. OP12 P049 P121 P182 Denoel, C.OP45
Castro, P.G. P139
Devine, G.P038
Cataldi, T.R. P197
Dias, D. P080
Cattaneo, T.M.P. OP23P143 P156 P193
Doick, K. P050
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Dolibaina, D.R. OP12
Ferreira, F.P096
Dominique, D. OP51
Fisher, S. P054
Don, A. P146
Flanagan, S. P003 P013 P152
Donald, D.OP07
Flo, A. P079 P112
Donegà, V.OP03
Foo, M. OP37
Dowell, F. P038
França, L. P016 P127 Drennen III, J.K. P022
Franco, M.P. P047 P144 P192
Drexler, P. OP55 P077
Franzol, S.P047 P144 P192 P197 Duponchel, L. OP29
Freel, K. P065
Dupont, C.P110
Freer, J. P049 P121 P182
Dupont, S.OP36
Freibauer, A. P146
Dupont, S.V.L. OP36 P019
Freitas, S. OP43 P066 P081 P091 P181 P183
Durana, N. P011
Fuchi, S. P063
Furiosi, C. P113
Furtado, A. P196
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Eenling, R.B. OP33
Elcoroaristizabal, S. P011
Elorduy, I. P011
Gabriel, D.P125 P126 P128
Engel, A. OP09
Gahkani, A. P003 P013 P152
Engelsen, S. B. OP18 OP20 OP36 P019 P116 Galvani, D.B. OP22 P134
Erasmus, S. P099
García, J.A. P011
Eskildsen, C.E.A. P064
Garcia, R. P003 P013 P152
Eunsoo, P.P106
Garrish, J.P118
Eylenbosch, D. P088
Geladi, P. P092 P072
Genest, B.OP26
Geraldo, J. P104
Gerretzen, J. P010
Falser, G. P059
Gerve, M.H. OP59
Fan, W. P052
Gessler, A.P146
Faraone, L. OP38
Ginel, J.E.G. OP21 OP34 P138 P172 Farfan, E. OP06
Giordani, P. P005
Favreau, B. P197
Gislum, R.OP59 P132 Fearn, T. P031 P034 P138
Glassey, J.OP05
Feci, E. P151
Gobakken, L.R. P008 P079
Felby, C. P132
Gobrecht, A. OP54 P139
Felde, T.Z.OP06
Goecks, J.P057
Felizardo, P.M. OP24 P056
Gomez, C.P051
Fernandes, J.M. P124
Gomez, J.F.M. P140
Fernandez, E.P. OP15 P032
Gonçalves, J. P062
Fernandez, J.R. OP12 P035 P121
Gonçalves, R. P040
Fernandez, M. P014
Gonçalves, T.R. P040
Ferrão, M.P027 P061
Gontijo Neto, M.M. P195
Ferrari, G. OP03 P113
Gorretta, N. OP41 P051 P100
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Gouveia, F.F. OP24 P056
Hiraizumi, K. P063
Gouws, P. P094
Hironaka, K. OP08
Gowen, A.OP43
Hirooka, E. P155
Graham, K. OP11
Hoag, S. P068
Grasel, F. P061
Hoarau, J.Y. P141
Grassi, M. P156 P158
Hoffman, L. P099
Grassi, S. P091 P122 P135
Hollstein, F. P070
Greef, J.M. P125 P126 P128
Holroyd, S. P095
Greensill, C. P048
Honigs, D.P039
Greppi, G.F. P193
Honorato, F. P025
Guelpa, A.P075
Honorato, R. P015 P018 P024
Guillemain, A. P107 P110
Hsiung, C.OP33
Guimarães, C.C. OP16 P195
Hu, T. OP25
Gurvich, V.P068
Huck, C. P059
GwénaelleOP45
Hüsken, A. P128
Hussain, S. P059
Huybrechts, T. P101
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Haase, N. P128
Haba, M.J.P172
Hadad, M.P047
Iason, G. P032
Hadoux, X. OP41 P100
Ibrahim, A. P068
Han, Y. OP53 OP56
Igne, B. P022
Hansen, P.W. P064
Ikehata, A.OP57 P078
Hasegawa, J. P169
Inagaki, T. P105 P142
Haseth, J. P130
Ishigaki, M. OP47
Hassen, A. P102
Ishikawa, D. OP47 P045
Haugwitz, M.S. P029
Ito, S. OP35
Hayase, H.P063
Itozaki, H. OP35
Hayes, C. OP31 P048 P137
Hébert, M.P020
Hegazy, M. P082 P085
Helmstedt, U. P030
Jaconi, A.P146
Henckel, P. P153
Jaillais, B. OP04 OP42
Henriques, C. P042
Jannok, P. OP08
Henry, A. OP29
Jansen, J. P010
Henry, M. P038
Jaramillo, A. OP51
Henry, R. P196
Jardim, M.P114
Herdling, T. P001
Jardim, W.F. P053
Hermansen, C. OP59
Jaumot, J.P022
Herrero, A. P139
Jay, S. OP41 P100
Hertrampf, A. P001
Jiang, W. OP25
Heuvel, E.V.D. P010
Jidong, Y. P071
Heymann, K. OP26
Jonge, L.W. OP59
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Jørgensen, U. P132
Juan, A. P022 P028
Laclau, J.P. P197
Juan, N. P129
Lakshmanan, M.K. P147
Juñet, F.R.P047
Lallemand, J. P044 P189
Lancelot, E. OP04 OP42
Lanteri, S. OP29
Larrechi, M.S. P104 Kadow, D.OP09
Larsen, A. P054
Kajita, A. P142
Lateur, M. P084
Kamitani, Y. OP08 P133
Laurans, F. P190
Kammies, T.L. P094
Lawrence, K. P118
Karla, J.S. OP22 P134
Lecler, B. P157 P165 Kashou, N. P080
Lee, H. P058
Katayama, N. OP02 P169
Legoas, R.C. P197
Kato, R. P063
Leite, M.K. P144 P192
Kaufmann, D. P178
Leme, L. P177
Kawadai, T. P086
Leplé, J.C.P190
Kawano, S. OP08 P133
Lerud, R. P057
Kawasaki, S. OP47
Li, L. OP25
Keating, A. OP38
Lilly, A. OP15
Keeffe, E. OP07
Lima, S. P028
Keiding, S.R. OP36 P019
Limberger, R. P027
Keresztes, J. P175
Limin, W. P071
Ketelaere, B. OP44
Linderholm, J. P072 P092
Khatiwada, B.P. P137
Line, E. P118
Kim, M.S. P058 P106 Liu, D. OP25
Kinoshita, K. OP13
Liu, R. P006
Kist, V. P168 P173
Liu, Y. P004
Kitahara, K. P133
Londono, L. OP51
Kitamura, R. P105
Lopez, L.R. OP52 P113
Klose, T. P055
López, R. OP60 P160
Knadel, M.OP59
Ludke, J.V. P161 P162
Kobori, H. OP02 P105 P142
Luiz, L. P184
Kojima, Y. P142
Luna, J. OP51
Kokawa, M. P175
Luo, X. P078
Kokoric, V. P111
Lupton, C.P002 P117
Koning, M. P113
Lyndgaard, C.B. P122
Kouba, A. OP11
Lysenko, N. P038
Kovács, Z. P083
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Kraehmer, A. OP09
Kragten, S.A. P149
Krepelka, P. OP55 P077
Maciel, L.F. P155
Kubota, Y. P083
Maciel, M.V. OP22 P134
Kwan, C.B. P058 P106 Maciel Filho, R. P042
Kyprianidis, K. OP28 P033
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Madivadua, D.A. P037
Miyato, Y. OP35
Maia, M. P038
Mizaikoff, B. P111
Malaspina, P. P005
Moldrup, P. OP59
Malavasi, M. OP03
Molina, F.M. OP21 P138
Malegori, C. OP43 P066 P091 Molina, J. P047
Malley, D. P017
Molina, X. P136
Malvoisin, P. P141
Møller, H.B. P132
Manen, H.J.V. P010 Momose, A. OP57
Manley, M.P075 P094 P097 P099
Moni, C. P112
Marcelo, M. P027
Montague, G. OP05
Marchetti, G. P023
Montañés, E. P148
Marchetti, M.G. OP03
Morante, N. OP51
Março, P.H. P037 P040 P177
Moreau, A. P190
Marín, D.C.P. OP21 OP34 P138 P172
Moreno, C. P047
Marini, F. OP48 P064
Mortensen, A.R. P056
Mariotti, K. P027
Mounier, A. OP45
Markiewicz, L. P023
Mulheran, P. OP50
Marmion, M. P012
Muller, M. P099
Marques, E. OP43 P066 P081 P084 P091 P181 P183
Munck, L. OP49
Martin, M. P190
Mura, S. P193
Martins, A.B.G. P187
Martins, F.E.B. P134
Masabho, P. P038
Matarin, D.L. P140
Nabeneza, S. P102
Matsuo, M. P133
Nagatani, K. P133
Maurel, V.B. OP54
Narayanan, H. P065
Mazon, M.R. P140
Nascimento, P. P119
Mazzuco, H. P161
Nassur, R.C.M.R. P181 P183
Medeiros, A. P134
Navarro, F. P136
Medeiros, A.N. OP22 P134
Nei, L. OP25
Medeiros, E.P. P181 P183 P195
Neves, T.A. P053 P111
Meder, R. P163 P196
Nicolai, B. OP19
Mellin, M. OP17
Niedźwiecki, J. P164
Mendes, T. P184
Nielsen, S.F. P132
Menezes, J.C. OP24 P001 P056 Nocetti, M. P093
Menezes, T.R. P183 Nørgaard, L. P064
Mihovilovich, E. OP06
Norgaard, T. OP59
Millier, F. P151
Nymand, J. P029
Mimet, O. P165
Min, X. P006
Minet, O. P157
Miranda, M.P.S. P155
O’Brien, N. OP33
Mirschel, G. OP26 P030
Oakley, B. P118
Miura, M. OP57
O’Connor, D. P196
Miyahara, T. P133
Odlare, M.OP28 P033
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Okamoto, A. P074
Pilate, G. P190
Okura, T. P078
Pimentel, M.F. OP43 P015 P016 P018 P021 P024
Oliveira, A.D. P104
P025 P028 P062 P066 P076 P081 P084 P091 P104 P127
Oliveira, W.P. P181
Piotrowski, C. P003 P013 P152
Oliveri, P. OP29
Pissard, A. P084
Ono, M. OP35
Pizzarro, M. OP51
Ootake, Y. P009
Pompeu, D. P096
Ortiz, D. P129
Poser, C. OP17
Ortiz, R. P027
Postelmans, A. P154 P101
Osorio, I.R.O. OP60 Pot, D. P141
Oste, L. P144 P192
Potts, J. OP15
Ozaki, Y. OP47 P045
Prager, L. P030
Priemé, A.P029
Prince, S. P134 P180 Profaizer, M. P188
Prüfer, H. P128
Paiva, E.M. P090
Pytel, R. OP55
Palanti, S. P151
Palmieri, R. P109
Pan, T. OP53 OP56
Pantean, L.P. P037
Pâques, L.E. P026 P151 P191
Qu, W. P068
Park, B. P118
Quevedo, J.R.P148
Pasquini, C. OP43 P014 P018 P021 P060 P066 P081
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P084 P087 P090 P091 P103 P111 P114 P115 P195
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Pastore, T.C.M. OP32 P067
Pederson, C. OP33 Rachaputi, R.C.N. P196
Pedrini, P. OP03
Rahbek, J.P. P056
Peña, C. P121
RaimundoJr., I.M. P111
Peng, Y. OP59
Rami, J.F. P141
Perdoncini, M.R.F.G. P177Ramos, R.P168 P173 Pereira, C.P062 P090 P104
Ramsay, J.OP36 P019
Pereira, F. P119
Rananavare, S. P057
Pereira, G.E. P183
Rashidi, S. P189
Pereira, J. P018
Rasmussen, M.A. P122
Pereira, J. P177
Rasse, D. P112
Perez, D.S. P107 P110
Rebouças, J.P. P060 Peternelli, L. P168 P173
Ribeiro, G.M. P037
Petersen, I.V. P029
Ribeiro, L.P.D. P087 Pfeiffer, F. P117
Ribeiro, M. P155
Pfitzner, C. P125 P126 P128
Ribessi, R.L. P053 P111
Piao, S. P078
Riccioli, C.P073
Piazzolla, F. P179
Richli, M.M. P178
Pierna, J.A.F. P088 P103 P157 P166 Rigueiro, A. P117
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Rijal, D. P069
Schenk, A. OP19
Ringsted, T. OP36 P019
Scherzer, T. OP26 P030
Rinnan, A.OP49 P029 P116 P153
Schoenbichler, S. P059
Rinnan, R.P029
Schonfeld, R. P023
Rizzolo, A.P156 P158
Schulz, H. OP09
Robert, A. P038
Schumann, R. P046
Robertson, J. OP15 P032
Sciuto, C. P072 P092
Rocha, R. P184 P185
Sebastien, P. P044
Rodríguez, I.T. P172 Segura, V. P026 P151 P190 P191 Roger, J.M. OP14 OP54 P051 P139
Sena, M.M. OP16
Rogez, H. P166 P167 P194
Sendin, K. P097
Rohwedder, J. P053 P060 P090 P108 P111
Serranti, S. P109
Rojas, H.A. P035
Shan, R. P004
Rolim, L.A. P127
Shao, L. P050
Rolim-Neto, P.J. P127 Shao, X. P004 P007
Rosa, T.A. P127
Shinomiya, T. OP08
Roubis, D.P072
Shitara, T. P089
Roussel, C. OP17
Siemens, B. P159
Roussel, S. P044 P189
Sikulu, M. P038
Roy, J.V. OP44
Siles, J.A.A. P138
Rubiano, S. OP60
Silva, C. P015 P018
Ruehl, G. P125 P126 P128
Silva, C.C.M. P014
Ruiz, J. P049
Silva, D. OP38
Ruth, S.V. OP33
Silva, D.C.OP32
Silva, E. P096
Silva, E.O. P087
Silva, H.B. P140
Sá, A. P104
Silva, J.K. P134
Saeys, W. OP19 OP44 P101 P154 P175
Silva, L. P168 P173
Salca, E. A. P142
Silva, S.L. P140
Saleh, A.A. P082 P085
Silva, V. P062
Sales, R. P028
Silvennoinen, H. P112
Salgado, P. P102
Simeone, M.L.F. OP16P195
Saluja, B. P068
Simonetti, R. OP29 P005
Sanabria, Y.R. P160
Simonot, V. P151
Sánchez, M.T. P172
Simpson, J. OP07
Sanchez, T. OP51
Skou, P. P150
Sandak, A.OP30 P008 P079
Skov, T. OP58 P064 P171
Sandak, J.OP30 P008 P079
Skvaril, J. OP28 P033
Sandasi, M. OP39
Slavchev, A. P083
Santos, S.F. OP22
Smith, D. P068
Sashida, K. P078
Smith, S. P050
Schafroth, N. P065
Soares, L.F. OP32
Scheeder, M. OP40 P149 P178
Sobering, D. P145
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Soldado, A. OP34 P148
Sommerer, C. OP26
Sora, G.T.S. P040
Sørensen, K. OP18
Souza, F. P066
Souza, G.B. P195
Souza, J. P096 P166
Souza, M.C. P103
Staunton, S. OP07
Steckert, C. OP26
Stevens, A. OP52
Stragevitch, L. P028
Subedi, P. OP31 P057 P069 P131 P137
Sun, D.W. P073
Suzuki, S. P142
Svendsen, C. OP58
Szymanska, E. P010
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Takeda, Y. P063
Talhavini, M. P021
Tamayo, C. OP60 P160
Tamburini, E. OP03
Tanaka, H.P036
Tankeu, S.OP39
Taylor, C. P002
Tedeschi, L. P180
Teixeira, G. P119 P120 P187
Teofilo, R. P168 P173
Terada, Y. P078
Tesfamariam, E. P102 Thaysen, D. P150
Thennadil, S.N. OP27 OP37
Therkildsen, M. P153
Thibault, G. P020
Thiengo, S. P014
Thiis, T. P079
Tibola, C. P124
Tillard, E. P102
Tolleson, D. OP10 P180
Tomazello Filho, M. P047 P144 P192 P197
Trabs, K. P055
Trethowan, R. P163
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Truzzi, I. P113
Tsenkova, R. OP13 P083
Tsuchikawa, S. OP02 P105
Tzoumeleka, E. OP33
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Uekawa, K. OP35
Uemura, H. P063
Ulrici, A. OP46
Uwadaira, Y. OP57
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Valderrama, L.P040
Valderrama, P. P037 P040 P177
Valdés, M.C. OP34
Vance, C. OP11
Varo, A.G. OP21 OP34 P138 P172 Vasconcelos, F.V.C. P062
Veja, M.M.P171
Vejgaard, L. P054
Vermaak, I. OP39
Vermeulen, P. P157
Vidal, C. P014 P103
Vidman, A. OP40
Vigni, M.L.P174 P179
Viljoen, A. OP39
Vinhas, G.M. P076
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Wahid, R. P132
Waldron, D. P002
Walford, S. P186
Walker, J. P002 P117 Walsh, K. OP31 P048 P057 P069 P131 P137
Wang, F. OP25
Wang, J. OP25
Wang, P. OP25
Warburton, P. P017
Watanabe, D. P117
Watté, R. OP19 P101 P154
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Weesepoel, Y. OP33
Weigang, L. P082
Wentzell, P. P018
Westad, F. OP48
Whitworth, W. P002
Wiedenhoeft, A. P067
Wilczynski, S. P012 Wilk, A. P111
Willard, S. OP11
Williams, P. P094 P097
Williams, P. P017 P098
Wohllebe, M. P070
Wolf, C. P061
Wolter, A. P055
Wouters, N. OP44
Wright, G. P196
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Xu, J. P073
Xu, K. P006
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Yin, L. P004
Yoon, S.C.P118
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Zang, H. OP25
Zang, L. OP25
Zangerlé, A. P041
Zanotto, D. P161 P162
Zhang, H. OP25
Zhang, W. P006
Zhang, Y. P031
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8:00-12:00
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21:00-22:30
WELCOME
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ORAL
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16:10-18:00
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03
Vincent Baeten
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Agriculture and Food
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04
Agriculture & Food
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ORAL
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02
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ORAL
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05
PLENARY
04
Handheld Instruments
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LUNCH
12:00-13:30
14:10-16:10
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01
TOMAS
HIRSCHFIELD
AWARD
10:00-10:20
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Phil Williams
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William Foley
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