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Publié le October 6, 2022 Mis à jour le January 20, 2023

le January 24, 2023

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State-of-Art NIR Spectroscopy for Wood Science and Technology by Professor Dr. Satoru Tsuchikawa Associate Professor Dr. Tetsuya Inagaki Designated Lecture Dr. Te Ma

This presentation from the Laboratory System Engineering for Biology team from Nagoya University introduces a scientific and technical state-of-art on near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy applied to the area of wood science and technology. The NIR technique is useful to detect chemical, physical, mechanical and anatomical properties of wood materials, although it was widely used when wood’s characteristic cellular structure was retained. Basic spectroscopic research for wooden material has progressed and it could be a powerful and meaningful analytical spectroscopic tool.
Professor Dr. Satoru Tsuchikawa leads his team in researching complex spectral information using theoretical equation, chemometrics and machine learning. He was awarded the Gerald S. Birth Award by the Council for Near Infrared Spectroscopy in 2018, and has published more than 400 peer-reviewed papers.

Information on the 25th International Wood Machining Seminar (IWMS-25), to be held in Nagoya, Japan from October 4-8, 2023, will also be provided.
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