Camo Analytics are pleased to announce a strong addition to the team with the recent appointment of Charles Miller (Chuck) as Chief Data Scientist.
“Chuck is a great addition to the team and brings experience from a career long journey in Process Analytical Technology (PAT) that undoubtedly will help our customers optimise performance and value from their data analytics solutions,” says CEO Raman Bhatnagar.
Chuck Miller joins as Chief Data Scientist and will be based in our US office and supporting customers globally.
Chuck Miller has over 30 years of experience in Chemometrics, Near-infrared spectroscopy, and Process Analytical Technologies, applying these technologies to industrial challenges in R&D and manufacturing. Chuck obtained his Ph.D in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Washington, and did his post-doctoral research at the Max-Planck Institute for Polymer Research in Mainz, Germany and The Norwegian Food Research Institute in Ås, Norway. His industrial career spans 13 years at DuPont, in the Process Analytical group, 4 years at Eigenvector Research in consulting, training and software development, and 10 years in the Process Analytical Technologies group within the Manufacturing Division of Merck Sharp and Dohme.
“A persistent theme throughout my professional journey has been that data has the potential to solve many industrial problems, but that context and domain knowledge are critical for unlocking this potential. Decades ago, the founders of Camo and Unscrambler appreciated this fact, and I believe this is the driving force behind the expanding and enduring traction of these solutions in industry. This notion will become even more critical as we take the next step of this journey with “Industry 4.0”: Without the harnessing power of context and domain knowledge, the ever-expanding data universe risks becoming more of a burden than a blessing,” says Chuck.
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