VI Winter Symposium on Chemometrics February 18—22 , 2008, Kazan, Russia
Modern Methods of Data Analysis
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Scheme - Deep lake scheme
Roadmap - Deep lake road-map
Conference booklet - Conference booklet
Exhibition letter - Exhibition letter

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09.03.2008 —  On Abstracts page now you can download presentations files. The participants list and schedule have been updated.
03.03.2008 —  A short Photo report is available now.
18.01.2008 —  CAMO Software instituted special awards for school participants and for three best poster presentations. Visit Awards page for details.
15.01.2008 —  Scheme of Deep lake recreation center is available in the Documents block.
14.01.2008 —  The Elsevier company instituted prize for young scientist for the best oral or poster presentation on WSC-6. One year free subscription to the paper version of Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems as well as a special certificate will be presented to the winner.
13.01.2007 —  Manuscript submission instructions for the special issue of Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems devoted to WSC-6 are available now.
23.12.2007 —  During the Symposium several excursions will be organized for the accompanying persons. Details.
Annunciation Cathedral in Kazan ©

You are cordially invited to attend Sixth Winter Symposium on Chemometrics. WSC-6 is the only chemometrics conference in Russia.

The symposium will be held in Kazan (population 1,1 million), a beautiful city located on the bank of the Volga river, 800 km from Moscow. The scientific WSC-6 activities will take place in the recreation center “Deep lake” which is situated at the suburbs of Kazan. The attendees will live at the same place in the comfortable cottages.

The official symposium language is English.

The organizing committee has arranged for publication of proceedings as a special issue of Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems. All papers will be peer reviewed in accordance with Elsevier's standard editorial policies.

A special issue with selected paper from previous symposium (WSC-5) is available here.

An introductory 2-day course in chemometrics will be held immediately before the symposium. The participants of this introductory school will be introduced to projection methods of multivariate data analysis, multivariate calibration and classification. The course language is Russian.