Peter D. Wentzell
- Analytical chemistry
- Biological chemistry
- Multivariate data analysis
- Signal processing
- BSc, Dalhousie University
- PhD, Michigan State University
- PDF, University of British Columbia
The extraction of information from the massive amounts of data produced by today’s chemical and biological experiments is an ongoing challenge. The multidisciplinary research in my group develops and applies statistical, mathematical and computer-based tools to address this problem.
Selected awards and honours
- Faculty of Science Killam Professor, 2009-2014
- Dalhousie University Outstanding Faculty Advisor Award, 2011
- Faculty of Science Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2010
- Department of Chemistry Undergraduate Teaching Award, 2005
- “Exploratory Data Analysis with Noisy Measurements.” P. D. Wentzell* and S. Hou (J. Chemometr., 2012, 26, 264-281).
- “Fast and Simple Methods for the Optimization of Kurtosis as a Projection Pursuit Index.” S. Hou and Peter D. Wentzell* (Anal. Chim. Acta, 2011, 704, 1-15).
- “Preliminary Exploration of Time-Course DNA Microarray Data with Correlation Maps.” R. M. Flight and Peter D. Wentzell* (OMICS, 2010, 14, 99-107).
- “Bootstrap Method for the Estimation of Measurement Uncertainty in Spotted Dual-Color DNA Microarrays.” T. K. Karakach, R. M. Flight and Peter D. Wentzell* (Anal. Bioanal. Chem., 2007, 389, 2125-2141).
- “Multivariate Curve Resolution of Time Course Microarray Data.” P. D. Wentzell*, T. K. Karakach, S. Roy, M. J. Martinez, C. P. Allen and M. Werner-Washburne (BMC Bioinformatics, 2006, 7, 343)