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CURRICULUM VITAE

Paul J. Gemperline

Department of Chemistry

East Carolina University

Greenville, NC 27858

May 20, 2008

I. Background Information

Name: Dr. Paul J. Gemperline

Date of Birth: February 8, 1955

Educational Background:

B.S.: Chemistry, Cleveland State University, (1973 - 1978).

Ph.D.: Analytical Chemistry, Cleveland State University, (1978 - 1982).

Title of Dissertation: The Design of the Laboratory Network DISNET.

Present Rank:

Professor, Department of Chemistry, East Carolina University

Teaching Experience:

Assistant Professor, East Carolina University, (1982 - 1988).

Associate Professor, East Carolina University, (1988 - 1993).

Professor, East Carolina University, (1993 - ).

Administrative Experience:

Acting Associate Vice Chancellor, Division of Research and Graduate Studies, East Carolina University (Fall 2003 – 2005)

Associate Vice Chancellor, Division of Research and Graduate Studies, East Carolina University (Fall 2006 – present)

Acting Dean, Graduate school, East Carolina University (December 2008 – present)

Professional Memberships:

American Chemical Society, Analytical Chemistry Division, Computers Division

Society for Applied Spectroscopy

Sigma Xi

Phi Kappa Phi

International Chemometrics Society

II. Research/Creative Activity

North American Editor, Journal of Chemometrics (1996 - 2001).

Awards/Fellowships:

1983, 1984: NASA Lewis Research Center Summer Faculty Fellow.

1985, 1986, 1987: Senior Visiting Scientist, Burroughs Wellcome Co.

1987: East Carolina University Sigma Xi Helms Award for Outstanding Research.

1999: East Carolina University Distinguished Research Professor of Chemistry (award for 5 year achievement and permanent title)

2001: East Carolina University College of Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor of Chemistry (award for lifetime achievement and permanent title).



2003: Eastern Analytical Symposium Award for Achievements in Chemometrics

III. Refereed publications (*corresponding author, +N =number of times cited, top 10 papers cited more than 800 times ref. Science Citation Index, 2/2006)

  1. “On Chemical Ionization of Alkyl-substituted Cyclopropanes,” A. H. Andrist*, P. J. Gemperline, and H.-C. Chen, Org. Mass Spectrom., 13, 272 (1978).

  2. “DISNET: A Distributed Instrument System Network,” R. Megargle*, P. J. Gemperline, A. Dartt, L. Slivon, V. Zadnik, J. Automatic Chem., 6, 26 (1984) +2.

  3. “A Flexible Computer-to-computer Protocol for DISNET: A Distributed Instrument System NETwork,” P. J. Gemperline and R. Megargle*, J. Automatic Chem., 6, 192-196 (1984) +0.

  4. “The Implementation of a GC/MS Data System Using DISNET: A Distributed Instrument System NETwork,” P. J. Gemperline and R. Megargle*, J. Automatic Chem., 6, 197-201 (1984) +1.

  5. “A Priori Estimates of the Elution Profiles of the Pure Components in Overlapped Liquid Chromatography Peaks Using Target Factor Analysis,” P. J. Gemperline*, J. Chemical Information and Comput. Sci., 24, 206-212 (1984)+147.

  6. “Target Transformation Factor Analysis with Linear Inequality Constraints Applied to Spectroscopic - Chromatographic Data,” P. J. Gemperline*, Anal. Chem., 58, 2656-2663 (1986)+69.

  7. “Background Correction in Multicomponent Spectroscopic Analysis Using Target Transformation Factor Analysis,” P. J. Gemperline*, S. E. Boyette, and K. Tyndall, Appl. Spectrosc., 41, 454-459 (1987)+18.

  8. “Principal Components Regression for Routine Multicomponent UV Determinations: A Validation Protocol,” P. J. Gemperline* and A. Salt, J. Chemometrics, 3, 343-357, (1989)+17.

  9. “Raw Materials Testing Using Soft Independent Modeling of Class Analogy Analysis of Near Infrared Reflectance Spectra,” P. J. Gemperline*, L. Webber and F. Cox, Anal. Chem., 61, 138-144, (1989)+62.

  10. “Evolving Factor Analysis Applied to Flow-Injection Analysis Data,” P. J. Gemperline* and J. C. Hamilton, J. Chemometrics, 3, 455-461 (1989)+35.

  11. “Mixture Analysis Using Factor Analysis I: Calibration and Quantitation,” P. J. Gemperline*, J. Chemometrics, 3, 549-568 (1989)+49.

  12. “Mixture Analysis Using Factor Analysis II: Self Modeling Curve Resolution,” J. C. Hamilton and P. J. Gemperline*, J. Chemometrics, 4, 1-13 (1990)+53.

  13. “A Program For Calculating Mahalanobis Distances Using Principal Component Analysis,” N. K. Shah and P. J. Gemperline*, Trends in Anal. Chem, 8, 357-361 (1989)+6.

  14. “Conditions for Detecting Overlapped Peaks with Principal Component Analysis in Hyphenated Chromatographic Methods,” P. J. Gemperline*, Anal. Chem., 61, 2240-2243, (1989)+12.

  15. “Combination of the Mahalanobis Distance and Residual Variance Pattern Recognition Techniques for Classification of Near Infrared Reflectance Spectra,” N. K. Shah and P. J. Gemperline*. Anal. Chem., 62, 465-470, (1990)+40.

  16. “Spectroscopic Calibration and Quantitation Using Artificial Neural Networks,” J.R. Long, V.G. Gregoriou, and P.J. Gemperline*. Anal. Chem., 62, 1791-1797, (1990)+153.

  17. “Nonlinear Multivariate Calibration Using Principal Components Regression and Artificial Neural Networks,” P.J. Gemperline*, J.R. Long and V.G. Gregoriou. Anal. Chem., 63, 2313-2323, (1991)+186.

  18. “Generalized Rank Annihilation Method Using Similarity Transformations,” S. Li, J.C. Hamilton, and P.J. Gemperline*. Anal. Chem., 64, 599-607, (1992)+46.

  19. “Principal Component Analysis, Trace Metals, Chemometrics and Blue Crab Shell Disease,” P.J. Gemperline*, K. Miller, S. Li, J. Bray and T. West. Anal. Chem., 64, 523A-531A, (1992)+20.

  20. “Developments in Nonlinear Multivariate Calibration”, P. J. Gemperline*. Chemometrics and Intelligent Lab. Systems., 15,, 115-126 (1992)+21.

  21. “Eliminating Complex Eigenvectors and Eigenvalues in Multiway Analyses Using the Direct Trilinear Decomposition Method”, S. Li and P.J. Gemperline*, J. Chemometrics , 7 77-88 (1993)+15.

  22. "Identification and Quantitation of Drugs of Abuse in Urine using the Generalized Rank Annihilation Method of Curve Resolution", Shousong Li, Paul J. Gemperline*, Kimberly Briley and Steven Kazmierczak, J. Chromatogr. Biomed. Appl. 655, 213-223, (1994)+12.

  23. "Classification of Near-Infrared Spectra Using Wavelength Distances: Comparison to the Mahalanobis Distance and Residual Variance Methods", P. J. Gemperline* and N. R. Boyer., Anal. Chem., 67, 160-166 (1995)+28.

  24. "Pattern Recognition Analysis of Near-Infrared Spectra by Robust Distance Method", J. H. Cho and P. J. Gemperline*, J. Chemometrics, 9, 169-178, (1995)+8.

  25. "A Near-Infrared Reflection Analysis Method for the Non-invasive Identification of Film-Coated and Non-Film-Coated Blister-Packed Tablets", M. A. Dempster, N. E. Meagher, B. F. MacDonald*, P. J. Gemperline, and N. R. Boyer. Anal. Chim. Acta, 310, 43-52, (1995)+37.

  26. "UV/Visible Spectral Dissolution Monitoring by in-situ Fiber Optic Probes", J. H. Cho, P. J. Gemperline*, A. Salt., and D. S. Walker., Anal. Chem. 67, 2858-2863 (1995)+18.

  27. “Wavelength Calibration Method for a CCD Detector and Multi-Channel Fiber-Optic Probes”, J.H. Cho, P.J. Gemperline* and D.S. Walker, Appl. Spectrosc., 49, 1841-1845 (1995)+9.

  28. “NIR Detection of Polymorphism and Process Related Substances”, P.K. Aldridge, C.L. Evans, H.W. Ward II, S.T. Colgan, N. Boyer, and P.J. Gemperline*, Anal. Chem., 68, 997-1002 (1996)+41.

  29. “Appearance of Discontinuities in Spectra Transformed by the Piecewise Direct Instrument Standardization Procedure”, P. J. Gemperline*, J.H. Cho, P.K. Aldridge, and S.S. Sekulic, Anal. Chem., 68, 2913-2915, (1996)+18.

  30. “Determination of Multicomponent Dissolution Profiles of Pharmaceutical Products by In-Situ Fiber-Optic UV Measurements”, Paul J. Gemperline*, JungHwan Cho, Brian Baker, Brian Batchelor, Dwight S. Walker, Anal. Chim. Acta, 345, 155-159 (1997)+12.

  31. “Effective Mass Samples by NIR Fiber-Optic Reflectance Probes in Blending Processes”, J.H. Cho, P.J. Gemperline*, P.K. Aldridge, and S.S. Sekulic, Anal. Chim. Acta, 348, 303-310 (1997)+8.

  32. “Rugged Spectroscopic Calibration for Process Control”, P.J. Gemperline*, Chemom. Intel. Lab. Systems, 39, 29-40 (1997)+18.

  33. “Fiber-Optic UV/Visible Composition Monitoring for Process Control of Batch Reactions”, A. Quinn, P.J. Gemperline*, B. Baker, M. Zhu, and D.S. Walker, Chemom. Intel. Lab. Systems, 45, 199-214, (1999)+26.

  34. “Multivariate Background Correction for Hyphenated Chromatography Detectors, P. J. Gemperline*, J.H. Cho, B. Archer, J. Chemometrics, 13, 153-164, (1999)+4.

  35. “A Method for Computing the Range of Feasible Profiles Estimated by Self-Modeling Curve Resolution P. Gemperline*, Anal. Chem., 71, 5398-5404, (1999)+31.

  36. "Chemometrics Characterization of Batch Reactions" Gemperline*, Paul J.; Min Zhu, Eric Cash, and Dwight S. Walker. ISA Transactions. 38, 211-216, (1999). +6

  37. “Wavelength Selection and Optimization of Pattern Recognition Methods Using the Genetic Algorithm”, B. M. Smith* and P. J. Gemperline, Anal. Chim. Acta, 423, 167-177 (2000). +19

  38. “Design and Testing of a Multivariate Optical Element: The First Demonstration of Multivariate Optical Computing for Predictive Spectroscopy”, O. Soyemi, D. Eastwood, L. Zhang, H. Li, J. Kanunamuni, P. Gemperline, R.A. Synowicki and M.L. Myrick*, Anal. Chem. 73, 1069-1079, (2001). +11

  39. “Quantitative Analysis of Low-Field NMR Signals in the Time Domain”, Alison Nordon, Paul J. Gemperline, Colin A. McGill and David Littlejohn*, Anal. Chem., 73, 4286-4294, (2001). +8

  40. "A single-element all-optical approach to chemometric prediction", M. L. Myrick, O. Soyemi, J. Karunamuni, D. Eastwood, H. Li, L. Zhang, A. E. Greer and P. Gemperline, Vib. Spectrosc., 28, 73-81 (2002) +3.

  41. “Multi-way Analysis of Trace Elements in Fish Otoliths to Track Migratory Patterns”, P. J. Gemperline*, R. A. Rulifson, and L. Paramore. Chemom. Intell. Lab. Syst., 60, 135-146 (2002). +7

  42. "Determination of ethylene oxide content of polyether polyols by low-field 1H NMR spectrometry", Alison Nordon, Céline Meunier, Robert H. Carr, Paul J. Gemperline, and David Littlejohn*. Anal. Chim. Acta, 472, 133-140 (2002). +1

  43. "Bootstrap methods for assessing the performance of Near-infrared pattern classification techniques", Brandye M. Smith and Paul J. Gemperline*, J. Chemom., 16, 241-246, (2002). +2

  44. "Design of Angle-Tolerant Multivariate Optical Elements for Chemical Imaging", by O.O. Soyemi, F.G. Haibach, P.J. Gemperline and M.L. Myrick, Applied Optics, 41, 1936-1941 (2002). +2

  45. "Nonlinear Optimization Algorithm for Multivariate Optical Element Design", O.O. Soyemi, F.G. Haigach, P.J. Gemperline, and M.L. Myrick, Appl. Spectrosc., 56, 477-487, (2002) +5

  46. "Characterizing Batch Reactions with in-situ Spectroscopic Measurements, Calorimetry, and Dynamic Modeling", B. Ma, P. J. Gemperline*, E. Cash, M. Bosserman and E. Comas, J. Chemom., 17, 470–479, (2003). +2

  47. "Characterization of subcritical water oxidation with in-situ monitoring and self-modeling curve resolution", P. J. Gemperline*, Y. Yang, and Z. Bian, Anal. Chim. Acta., 485, 73-87 (2003). +2

  48. "Advantages of Soft vs. Hard Constraints in Self-Modeling Curve Resolution Problems – Alternating Least-Squares with Penalty Functions (P-ALS)", P. J. Gemperline*, E. Cash, Anal. Chem., 75, 4236-4243, (2003). +18

  49. "Calibration-Free Estimates of Batch Process Yields and Detection of Process Upsets Using in Situ Spectroscopic Measurements and Nonisothermal Kinetic Models: 4-(Dimethylamino)pyridine- Catalyzed Esterification of Butanol" Paul Gemperline*, Graeme Puxty, Marcel Maeder, Dwight Walker, Frank Tarczynski, and Mary Bosserman, Anal. Chem., 76, 2575-2582 (2004) +4.

  50. “Equilibrium Modeling of Mixtures of Methanol and Water”, Graeme Puxty, Marcel Maeder, Kyle P. Radack and Paul J. Gemperline*, Appl. Spectrosc., 59, 329-334 (2005). +1

  51. “Identification of Single Bacterial Cells in Aqueous Solution Using Confocal Laser Tweezers Raman Spectroscopy”, C. Xie, J. Mace, M. A. Dinno, W. Tang, R. J. Newton, P. J. Gemperline, and Y. Li*, Anal. Chem., 77, 4390-4397 (2005). +1

  52. "Grouping three-mode data with mixture methods: The case of the diseased blue crabs", P. M. Kroonenberg*, K. E. Basford, and P. J. Gemperline, J. Chemom., 18, 508-518, (2005). +0

  53. “Non-negativity constraints for elimination of multiple solutions in fitting of multivariate kinetic models to spectroscopic data”, Joaquim Jaumot, Paul J. Gemperline*, and Alexandra Stang, J. Chemom., 19, 97-106 (2005). +0

  54. “Modeling of batch reactions with in-situ spectroscopic measurements and calorimetry”, Graeme Puxty, Marcel Maeder, R. Russell Rhinehart, Samir Alam, Shane Moore, and Paul J. Gemperline*, J. Chemom., 19, 329-340 (2006). +0

  55. “Advances in the Modeling and Analysis of Complex and Industrial Processes”, Marcel Maeder*, Yorck-Michael Neuhold, Graeme Puxty, and Paul Gemperline, P. Chemom. and Intell. Lab. Systems, 82, 75-82 (2006).

  56. “Scale-up of batch kinetic models”, Maryann Ehly, Paul J. Gemperline*, Alison Nordon, David Littlejohn, J. Katy Basford, Martin De Cecco, Anal. Chim. Acta., 595, 80-88 (2007).

  57. “Characterization of Cu2+-binding modes in the prion protein by visible circular dichroism and multivariate curve resolution”, J.B. Pollock, P.J. Cutler, J.M. Kenney, P.J. Gemperline, C.S. Burns*, Anal. Biochem., 377, 223-233, (2008).

  58. “Advantages of soft versus hard constraints in self-modeling curve resolution problems. Penalty alternating least squares (P-ALS) extension to multi-way problems”, Selena Richards, Robert Miller, Paul J. Gemperline*, Appl. Spectrosc., 62, 197-206, (2008).

  59. “Multivariate kinetic hard-modelling of spectroscopic data: A comparison of the esterification of butanol by acetic anhydride on different scales and with different instruments”, Puxty, Graeme; Neuhold, Yorck-Michael; Jecklin, Marc; Ehly, Maryann; Gemperline, Paul; Nordon, Alison; Littlejohn, David; Basford, J. Katy; De Cecco, Martin; Hungerbuhler, Konrad., Chemical Engineering Science 63, 4800-4809, (2008).

  60. “Experimental monitoring and data analysis tools for protein folding Study of steady-state evolution and modeling of kinetic transients by multitechnique and multiexperiment data fusion”, P. Cutler, P. J. Gemperline, A. de Juan*, Anal. Chim, Acta, 632, 52-62, (2009).
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