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Mike Dereviankin

Mike Dereviankin


Mike Dereviankin brings a solid foundation in forensic geochemistry and comprehensive experience in data validation to the Chemistry Matters team. Mike Dereviankin has a BSc in Biological & Pharmaceutical Chemistry from the University of Guelph and is a candidate for a MSc in Analytical Biochemistry from McMaster University. As an auditor for Labstat International, Mike gained familiarity with ASTM analytical protocols, data validation and ensuring compliance to ISO 17025 and GLP/GMP regulations. He is experienced in univariate and multivariant statistical analysis gained from graduate work developing comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography methods to monitor oil sands tailing ponds.
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What does the Human Genome, every image on Google and your chemical data set all have in common?

High-dimensional data reduction using Machine Learning can help find the commonalities hidden in big data.

The ability to collect data is constantly exponentially evolving and there has a been a surge in exploring the world of ‘Big Data Analytics’ in environmental forensics. This coupled with the high-throughput...


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