"Other" project SLOKT13058T
SLOKT13058T "Development of software for validation of chromatographic methods (1.03.2013−30.06.2015)", Koit Herodes, University of Tartu, University of Tartu, Faculty of Science and Technology (old), Institute of Chemistry, Tartu University.
3.2.1201.13-0020
SLOKT13058T
Tarkvara arendamine kromatograafiliste analüüsimeetodite valideerimiseks
Development of software for validation of chromatographic methods
Development of software for validation of chromatographic methods
1.03.2013
30.06.2015
R&D project
Other
Field of researchSubfieldCERCS specialtyFrascati Manual specialtyPercent
4. Natural Sciences and Engineering4.11. Chemistry and Chemical TechnologyP300 Analytical chemistry 1.3. Chemical sciences (chemistry, other allied subjects)70,0
4. Natural Sciences and Engineering4.6. Computer SciencesP170 Computer science, numerical analysis, systems, control 1.1. Mathematics and computer sciences [mathematics and other allied fields: computer sciences and other allied subjects (software development only hardware development should be classified in the engineering fields)]30,0
InstitutionCountryType
SA Archimedes
PeriodSum
01.03.2013−30.06.2015188 083,71 EUR
188 083,71 EUR
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The aim of the current project is to develop a configurable software system (named here CVG), which will help analytical chemistry laboratories to plan, assess and report validation of chromatographic methods. The main capabilities of CVG are expected to be: 1. The system can automatically determine a validation procedure from a collection of validation rules and taking into account the characteristics of the particular task at hand; 2. The system is extensible, allowing authorized users to add or modify validation rules using a rule definition language that is easy to learn for them. 3. The system allows users to choose the validation rule-sets (e.g. EMEA, FDA, ICH etc.) that should be applied for a given validation 4. The software can guide the user through the validation process including the following: a. Planning the needed experiments based on the nature of the particular analytical method under validation; b. Collecting experimental data; c. Performing necessary calculations of validation characteristics, based on the calculations giving feedback on the quality of the data; d. Estimating measurement uncertainty; e. Creating validation report.
The aim of the current project is to develop a configurable software system (named here CVG), which will help analytical chemistry laboratories to plan, assess and report validation of chromatographic methods. The main capabilities of CVG are expected to be: 1. The system can automatically determine a validation procedure from a collection of validation rules and taking into account the characteristics of the particular task at hand; 2. The system is extensible, allowing authorized users to add or modify validation rules using a rule definition language that is easy to learn for them. 3. The system allows users to choose the validation rule-sets (e.g. EMEA, FDA, ICH etc.) that should be applied for a given validation 4. The software can guide the user through the validation process including the following: a. Planning the needed experiments based on the nature of the particular analytical method under validation; b. Collecting experimental data; c. Performing necessary calculations of validation characteristics, based on the calculations giving feedback on the quality of the data; d. Estimating measurement uncertainty; e. Creating validation report.
ActivitiesPercent
Applied Research100,0