NESAS - New England Section of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy
NESAS is the New England Section of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy (SAS) which is a non-profit organization dedicated to the dissemination of information related to spectroscopy. The SAS is the publisher of the internationally recognized, peer reviewed journal Applied Spectroscopy.
Welcome to the New England Section Society of Applied Spectroscopy Web Site. This is where you find out all the details about our upcoming events. In normal times we hold in-person dinner meetings every 6-8 weeks which feature non-commercial presentations on varied topics of spectroscopy. We're moving to a virtual setting for at least the next few months and will be featuring lunch time talks and will be sharing meetings with the New York Section of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy. We hope to "see" you at our meetings!
Upcoming Section Events
Join us today, December 3rd for lunch! Dr, Mike Donahue will be presenting "Interpreting Hyperspectral Images for Counterfeit Identification in Printed Media " at noon. Grab your lunch and Click here to join the meeting at noon.
SciX 2020 will take place from October 12-15th. SciX is one of the leading conferences for all topics spectroscopy related. This year the conference is being held virtually with presentations prerecorded and live question and answer sessions. Additional Information
The New York SAS section SAS Gold Medal award to Dr. Jerome Workman & Dr. Howard Mark for their contributions to the field of NIR and Chemometrics. This will be held as part of the EAS conference and if you are enrolled for EAS you will have access to the presentations. Additional Information.
NESAS will award the prestigious Lester W. Strock award to Dr. Heidi Goenaga-Infante at the SciX meeting on Tuesday, October 13th. The award recognizes Heidi’s scientific career of over twenty years of experience on elemental and speciation analysis including lead author of over 110 scientific papers and 6 book chapters. Additional Information