Spectralligence

Spectral Analysis in life sciences and materials sciences through Artificial Intelligence

Project description

Molecular and Atomic Spectroscopy is a well-established set of technologies that use the electromagnetic spectrum to generate unique fingerprints of molecular structures, with a broad set of applications in chemistry, medicine and environmental and safety services. A significant reduction in dependence on human experts is necessary to bring novel technologies to fruition for ever expanding opportunities. The Spectralligence project aims to demonstrate that cross-domain validated Neural Networks for spectral analysis, leveraging innovations in micro-electronics and component miniaturisation, can significantly accelerate market growth and technology adoption.

Project leader

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Johan van den Brink
Philips, Netherlands
Project involvement Spectralligence
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Finland

Olfactomics

Finland

Netherlands

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