The course, coordinated by Professor Ana Garrido Varo, requires a workload of 6 ECTS. The theoretical lectures, practical exercises, interactive self-learning exercises and tools, virtual visits to laboratories, etc. cover basic NIR concepts, such as applications of NIR in a variety of situations in private and public enterprises. By completing the course the student will achieve the following learning outcomes:
• a basic, theoretical and practical understanding of NIR spectroscopy.
• the ability to work independently with various types of NIR data to determine quantitative and qualitative information.
• identify his/her needs regarding further education/training in order to become a qualified NIR professional.
• identify those NIR applications which are ready to be implemented at industry/laboratory level and those which are still in need of additional research and development work.
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