Welcome to the Synovec group website. We are a research group in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Washington. Our research focuses on fundamental studies and application of separation science combined with the development and use of chemometric tools to analyze complex sets of data. Our group has also done significant work on modeling chromatographic separations based on theory to validate experimental performance. To learn more about who we are and what we do, visit our people and research pages.

Front: Brian Fitz, Brooke Reaser, Brendon Parsons, Trinh Hoac
Middle: Dr. Jamin Hoggard, Benjamin Kehimkar, Dave Pinkerton
Back: Brandyn Mannion, Dr. Robert Synovec, Khang To

Autumn on UW Campus 2013

Congratulations to Benjamin Kehimkar for his recently accepted publication: Correlation of Rocket Propulsion Fuel Properties to Chemical Composition using Comprehensive Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography with Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry followed by Partial Least Squares Regression Analysis.

Congratulations to Brian Fitz for his recently accepted publication: Enhancing Gas Chromatography–Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry Data Analysis Using Two-Dimensional Mass Channel Cluster Plots.