Karl Booksh


Booksh has been a Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Delaware since 2007. Prior, he was on the faculty at Arizona State University, postdoc at University of South Carolina, graduate school at the University of Washington, and undergraduate at the University of Alaska. His research interests span chemometrics, Raman imaging, surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy, and the design of field portable optical sensors. He has approximately 100 published manuscripts in these areas. Within SAS Booksh serves as treasurer of the chemometrics focus group and as faculty advisor for the Delaware student section He has chaired the SAS Certification Program committee and organized symposia on chemometrics and surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy at SciX. Booksh was selected as a SAS Fellow in 2014. Booksh has not won a Meggers Award but would like to one day.
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