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Creme RIFM Aggregate Exposure Model Demo - for RIFM and IFRA Members


 

5/12/15

Missed the Free Webinar for RIFM and IFRA Members to Demo the latest version of the Creme RIFM Aggregate Exposure Model held on Tuesday, May 12, 2015, view the recording here

Dr. Anne Marie Api, VP, Human Health Science, will give a short introduction on The Importance of Exposure Data for Fragrance Ingredients.

During the 1 hour web demo, Dr. Damien Comiskey, Expert in Modeling & Statistics for Creme Global will showcase the latest version of the Creme RIFM Aggregate Exposure Model and software. Dr. Comiskey will present how the aggregate exposure model combines big data to estimate aggregate exposure to fragrances found in cosmetic, personal care and air care products used by European and American citizens. The demo will explain how new product development can be aided by using our 'Custom Product' feature, how new formulations, fragrances or chemicals can be assessed using our 'Constituents' feature, and how to perform a reverse calculation using our 'Optimization' feature to determine the fragrance concentrations in various products that will lead to a specific aggregate exposure threshold. You will learn how our intuitive cloud based software can be easily navigated to access data on over 500 fragrances on the market and analyze their exposure.

Watch Creme's short video introducing the Webinar!

Featured speaker for this webinar is Damien Comiskey, PhD, Expert Modeling & Statistics, Creme Global

Dr. Damien Comiskey holds a PhD from Dublin City University where he studied biological phenomena and developed methods of predicting the behavior of biological tissue growth using computational and mathematical techniques. In 2010 a research paper based on his work led to the award of Young Engineers Best Research Paper Prize Award, by the Institute of Engineers in Ireland. He has lectured in mathematics and engineering studies in universities across Ireland and abroad. Damien joined Creme Global in 2012 where he put his mathematical and computational skills towards simulating and estimating exposure to fragrance materials in cosmetics and personal care products.