The ceremony of awarding the title of honorary doctorate degree (doctor honoris causa) of the University of Silesia to prof. Romá Tauler Ferré will take place on Thursday, 28 April 2022 at 11 a.m. The title was awarded by a resolution of the Senate of the University of Silesia of 22 March 2022.
The supervisor in the procedure for awarding the honorary doctorate is prof. Michał Daszykowski – Vice-Rector for Research and Finance at the University of Silesia, and the reviewers are prof. Alejandro C. Olivieri, prof. Olav Martin Kvalheim and prof. Beata Walczak.
Romá Tauler Ferré
The professor conducts his research at the Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research belonging to the Scientific Research Council of Spain. His research interests are best described by the word “chemometry” – a discipline integrating knowledge of chemistry, statistics, mathematics, and computer science.
His interests include, in particular, the development of multi-parameter signal deconvolution methods using the iterative least squares method, allowing the isolation of useful information that is not directly available due to signal interference from all components of the mixture. It is widely used in environmental and analytical chemistry as well as equilibrium and kinetics of solutions.
Ceremony of awarding the title
You can watch the online transmission of the ceremony here:
Please notify us of your willingness to participate in the event via the application form by 25 April 2022. Participants are admitted to the event according to the registration order.
The ceremony will be preceded by accompanying events – lectures by the distinguished doctoral student prof. Romá Tauler Ferré and the reviewer, prof. Alejandro C. Olivieri. The speakers will deliver their lectures on 27 April 2022. The entrance is free.