Mass Spectrometry, Part 2

Well – there was clearly more interaction at today’s lecture. I think it took the stundents a while to warm up and join in. It was almost a steady discussion today with lecture being woven into the discussion. I have presented some real life data from my own current work and dealt with some of the challenges that I am facing with measurements, data interpretation and the usage of spectral libraries.

I am looking forward to the IR stuff, where I will also present some hands-on stuff from my own PhD research. I really enjoy teaching – especially, when there is a good interaction between the presenter and the audience.

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Atmospheric chemistry researcher and university teacher. Data analysis/chemometrics specialist (PCA, PCR, Cluster analysis, SOM)

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