At the end of the course, the student should have acquired knowledge about the principles and applications of the Process Analytical Chemistry, which is exploited in industry.
In particular, the student should:
- be able to differentiate the approach of chemical process analysis from that of "classical" laboratory analysis
- demonstrate to know and be able to describe the main techniques and strategies used to control an industrial process, thus ensuring the quality of the final product and / or optimize the performance
- to be able to explain how analytical process chemistry fits into a multidisciplinary approach, which also involves the use of chemiometric techniques for data analysis and predictive statistical model building
- be able to connect each other the different topics addressed during the course and to connect them with the basic and related disciplines, as well as to discuss concepts critically and to consult relevant scientific literature.