Automation Solutions for Analytical Measurements
Concepts and Applications
1. Auflage September 2017
XII, 260 Seiten, Hardcover
This systematic overview provides access to all relevant and universally applicable automation concepts for chemical analysis. Various robot types and their roles in automation systems are thoroughly reviewed.
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The first book dedicated specifically to automated sample preparation and analytical measurements, this timely and systematic overview not only covers biological applications, but also environmental measuring technology, drug discovery, and quality assurance.
Following a critical review of realized automation solutions in biological sciences, the book goes on to discuss special requirements for comparable systems for analytical applications, taking different concepts into consideration and with examples chosen to illustrate the scope and limitations of each technique.
Automation - A Definition
Life Sciences - A Definition
AUTOMATION IN LIFE SCIENCES - A CRITICAL REVIEW
Automation in Biological Sciences
Automation in Analytical Applications
Requirements for Automating Analytical Procedures
AUTOMATION CONCEPTS FOR LIFE SCIENCES
Classical Automation Concepts
Automation Concepts for Analytical Measurements
Role of Robots in Automation Concepts for Analytical Measurements
REALIZATION OF AUTOMATION CONCEPTS FOR ANALYTICAL MEASUREMENT
Centralized, Closed System
Centralized, Open System
Decentralized, Closed System
Decentralized, Open System
AUTOMATED DATA ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION
Requirements for Automated Data Analysis in Life Sciences
System Concept and Realization
Data Analysis in Elemental and Structural Measurement
Data Analysis for Chiral Analysis
Kerstin Thurow is Director of the Center for Life Science Automation at the University of Rostock, Germany. She obtained her Ph.D. in organometallic chemistry from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich and the habilitation in measurement and control in 1999 from the University of Rostock. In 1999 she was appointed a professorship for Life Science Automation. Since that time her scientific work is dedicated to the automation of life science processes. Professor Thurow has authored more than 170 scientific publications. She is a founding member of the academy of sciences Hamburg and member of the technical academy Germany (acatech).