About the Award
This yearly award, worth $1000, honours the many contributions of the former Editor-in-Chief and Founding Editor of the Journal, Bruce Kowalski. It alternates between the 'best theoretical paper' and 'best applied paper' published in the Journal of Chemometrics in the previous two years. Submit today!
Barry K. Lavine, Ayuba Fasasia, Nikhil Mirjankara, Mark Sandercock and Steven D. Brown for their best applied paper
"Search prefilters for mid-infrared absorbance spectra of clear coat automotive paint smears using stacked and linear classifiers"
Peter D Wentzell and S Hou for their paper
"Exploratory data analysis with noisy measurements"
Jeff Fortuna, Alyaa H. Elzibak, Zhaoyang Fan, John F. MacGregor and Michael D. Noseworthy for their paper:
"Liver functional magnetic resonance imaging analysis using a latent variables approach”
(J Chemometrics 2012, 26, 170-179; 10.1002/cem.2430 ; Application)
T. Næs; O. Tomic; B.-H. Mevik; and H. Martens for their paper:
Path modelling by sequential PLS regression
(J Chemometrics 2011, 25, 28-40)
Aloke Phatak, Mark Berman, Ryan Lagerstron and Bayden Wood
Anna de Juan, Marcel Maeder, Thomas Hancewicz and Roma Tauler
Boaz Nadler and Ronald Coifman
Ingunn Berget and Tormod Næs