The 18th International Conference on Near Infrared Spectroscopy (ICNIRS) took place at Copenhagen in Denmark from June 11 to 15, 2017.
Aquaphotomics research was well represented. Attendees from Japan were Professor R. Tsenkova and master student Y. Nakagawa from Kobe University, and assistant professor S. Tanaka from Keio University. G. Bazar attended from Hungary.
On different roles of water in soft contact lenses – Near Infrared and Aquaphotomics study
Aquaphotomics as a tool for estrus detection in dairy cows
Go Takemura, George Bazar, Zoltan Kovacs, Bernhard Pollner, Kentarou Ikuta, Etsuji Yamaguchi, Shou Ishikawa, Akane Furukawa, Roumiana Tsenkova
A new tool for aquaphotomics to express the magnitude of perturbations by displaying the ratio of different water species
Bernhard Pollner, Zoltan Kovacs, George Bazar, Roumiana Tsenkova
Rapid bacteria selection using aquaphotomics and NIR spectroscopy
Zoltan Kovacs, Aleksandar Slavchev, George Bazar, Bernhard Pollner, Roumiana Tsenkova
Determination of size of gold nanoparticles from NIR spectra
Valentina Matović, Jelena Muncan, Zoltan Kovacs, Lidija Matija, Roumiana Tsenkova
Analysis of interaction between glucose anomers and water molecules
Sae Tanaka, Dusan Kojic, Roumiana Tsenkova, Masao Yasui
Bacterial strain and growth stage characteristics by NIRS and aquaphotomics
Yuki Nakagawa, Atsushi Numata, Roumiana Tsenkova