Editorial Board ::: Current Chromatography

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Pavel N. Nesterenko
Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science (ACROSS)
School of Chemistry, University of Tasmania

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Pavel N. Nesterenko (Biography
Pavel N. Nesterenko

Received PhD (1984) and DSc degrees (2000) in chemistry from Lomonosov Moscow State University (Moscow, Russia). In 2006 moved to Australia, where he holds a strategic position of New Stars Professor in School of Physical Sciences of the University of Tasmania, Hobart.

Author of more than 300 scientific publications including 3 monographs, 9 Chapters in books, 295 regular papers and 12 patents. Research interest is associated with development of new advanced adsorbents and flow through technologies for various separation and detection techniques.

Member of advisory and editorial boards for 6 international journals in the field of analytical chemistry and separation sciences.


Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science (ACROSS)
School of Chemistry, University of Tasmania

Associate Editors:

H.Y. Aboul-Enein (Biography
H.Y. Aboul-Enein

Professor Hassan Y. Aboul-Enein is a Professor Emeritus at the Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry Department , National Research Center in Cairo ,Egypt and the Chemistry Department. Professor Aboul-Enein is the author and co-author of over 1000 refereed published articles, 90 book chapters and more than 400 conference presentations. He is also authored and edited 8 books in the field of analytical chemistry. He is on the Editorial Board of 22 journals and the Associate Editor of Current Chromatography (Bentham Science Publishers) since 2014.


National Research Centre

Y. Ito (Biography
Y. Ito

Yoichiro Ito graduated from Osaka City University Medical School in Osaka, Japan, in 1958. He was a resident in pathology at Cleveland Metropolitan General Hospital in Cleveland and the Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago before returning to Osaka to work as an instructor in the Department of Physiology at Osaka City University Medical School. He joined the NHLBI as a visiting scientist in 1968. He has been a Medical Officer in the Laboratory of Technical Development, the Laboratory of Biophysical Chemistry, and currently, the Biochemistry and Biophysics Center. He received the FLC Mid-Atlantic Region's award for Excellence in Technology Transfer for high-speed countercurrent chromatography in 2010. Dr. Ito has published over 600 articles and holds 50 patents for his numerous chromatographic advances.


National Institutes of Health
Bethesda, MD

Regional Editors:

M. Abdel-Rehim (Biography
M. Abdel-Rehim

Professor Mohamed Abdel-Rehim has Ph.D. degree in Analytical Pharmaceutical Chemistry from Uppsala University in Sweden. He has more than 25 years’ experience in analytical and bioanalytical chemistry from pharmaceutical industry (AstraZeneca, Sodertalje, Sweden) and he was involved in different drug discovery projects at AstraZeneca. He is currently professor at Stockholm University and his current research is focused on sample preparation and bioanalysis of drugs and metabolites in complex matrices such as blood and plasma. Additionally he works with preparation of new sorbents such as MIPs and monoliths for the extraction of biomarker and drugs in biological fluids.


Stockholm University

H. Kalász
Semmelweis University

I. Ali (Biography
I. Ali

Prof. Imran Ali, PhD, FRSC (UK) is a full Professor at Jamia Millia Islamia Central University, India. He has 25 years of experience in the research, discovery and development of chiral and anti cancer drugs development. He has more than 350 publications including five books and two patents, with total citations more than 10000, 41 h-index and 136 i10-index. He member of RSC, UK and ACS, USA. He has been visiting Professor at KSU Riyadh, SQU, Muscat Oman, UTM, Johor, Malaysia. He is on Editorial Board Member of 10 National and International Journals. He is reviewers of more than 50 National and International Journals.


Jamia Millia Islamia (Central University)
New Delhi

Y.V. Kazakevich (Biography
Y.V. Kazakevich

Dr. Kazakevich is Professor of Chemistry at Seton Hall University. He has over 40 years of experience in physical chemistry and more specifically in chromatography and adsorption from solutions fields. Dr. Kazakevich has authored more than 50 manuscripts, 7 book chapters and “HPLC for Pharmaceutical Scientists” book. At Seton Hall he teaches analytical chemistry and Modern Separation Science classes.


Seton Hall University
South Orange

T. Gorecki
University of Waterloo

Editorial Board Members:

M.R. Alegre (Biography
M.R. Alegre

Dr. M.R. Alegre, was graduated in Chemical Sciences (Specialization in Analytical Chemistry) at University Jaume I (Castellon, Spain). Afterwards, she earned her PhD in Sciences also at this University, working on the determination of antibiotics using micellar liquid chromatography in physiological samples and food. Following her doctorate, she completed a one-year post Doctoral position at Ghent University, Belgium. Nowadays she is working at IRTA (Spain) as a researcher, and will be in charge of the Analytical Chemistry Laboratory, aimed at the determination of marine biotoxins with different analytical techniques, mainly chromatographic, including mass spectrometry detection.


Ghent University

M.Á. Bello (Biography
M.Á. Bello

Dr. Bello-López has occupied some academic positions from 1985 in the Department of Analytical Chemistry (University of Sevilla. Spain) and nowadays is Professor in this Department. He is Head of the Microanalysis Research Service of the University of Sevilla and leads a research team devoted to the analysis of emerging pollutants into environmental and biological samples and the developing of liquid phase microextraction and electromembrane setups and procedures. Dr. Bello-López has authored more than 80 papers, 4 books and 5 books’ chapters. Additionally, has been directive member of some scientific and academic associations and agencies.


University of Seville

X.-S. Chai
South China University of Technology

M.K. Danquah (Biography
M.K. Danquah

Professor Michael K. Danquah is a Fellow of the Institution of Chemical Engineers. He is a Full Professor in Chemical Engineering, Curtin University. Professor Danquah’s research activities involve the development of emerging biopharmaceuticals, biofuels / bioproducts and environmental bioremediation systems. His research has resulted in about 200 peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters, conference publications and technical reports, with a current H-index of 26. He has trained and supervised numerous researchers including postdoctoral research fellows, PhD and honours project students. He is an Editorial Board member of Current Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Current Chromatography, and an Associate Editor of BMC Biotechnology.


Curtin University of Technology

S. Fekete (Biography
S. Fekete

Szabolcs Fekete holds a PhD degree in analytical chemistry from the Technical University of Budapest, Hungary. He worked at the Chemical Works of Gedeon Richter Plc at the analytical R&D department for 10 years. Since 2011, he is working at the University of Geneva in Switzerland. He contributed 80+ journal articles and authored book chapters in handbooks. His main interests include liquid chromatography (RP, IEX, SEC, HIC, SFC, HILIC), column technology, method development, pharmaceutical and protein analysis.


Geneva University

M.C. García-Álvarez-Coque (Biography
M.C. García-Álvarez-Coque

María Celia García-Álvarez-Coque is Full Professor at the University of Valencia (Spain) since 1997. She has written over 250 research articles, most focusing on HPLC, particularly on fundamental studies, secondary equilibria, and development of analytical methods for pharmaceutical and clinical samples. She has supervised the PhD. thesis of 25 students from several countries and has been the main researcher of several research projects. She is coauthor of the books Micellar Liquid Chromatography (with Prof. Alain Berthod) and Chemometrics (with Prof. Guillermo Ramis), and belongs to the editorial boards of Separation and Purification Reviews, Journal of Chromatography A and Current Chromatography.


University of Valencia

H. Hashemi-Moghaddam (Biography
H. Hashemi-Moghaddam

Dr. Hamid Hashemi earned his Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry at Islamic Azad University. He is Dean of basic science faculty at Damghan Branch, Islamic Azad University and managing editor of journal of Chemical Health risks, He is the author more than 60 papers and 3 book in field of analytical Chemistry


Islamic Azad University

A. Jouyban (Biography
A. Jouyban

Dr Jouyban is a Pharm.D. graduate of Tabriz University of Medical Sciences, Tabriz, Iran. He obtained his Ph.D. in pharmaceutical analysis from Bradford University, Bradford, UK in 2001 and now is director of Pharmaceutical Analysis Research Center. Dr Jouyban has published more than 375 papers in peer reviewed journals, a handbook and four book chapters. He is a member of National Board of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, and National Institute for Medical Research Development, Iranian Ministry of Health and Medical Education.


Tabriz University of Medical Sciences

M. Kaykhaii (Biography
M. Kaykhaii

Massoud Kaykhaii is a professor of analytical chemistry at the University of Sistan and Baluchestan (Zahedan, Iran) since 1989. His research work is focused on modern sample preparation techniques including µ-solid phase extraction, solid phase microextraction, liquid phase microextraction and stir bar sorptive extraction. He has published over 75 research articles; presented ca. 120 seminars/conferences; authored two textbooks, and supervised more than 100 MSc and PhD thesis. He is secretary of three national mirror committees of ISO/TC and member of editorial advisory board of five journals. He finished 25 industrial projects and has been counsellor in 10 companies in Iran.


University of Sistan and Baluchestan

E. Lipka (Biography
E. Lipka

Dr. Emmanuelle Lipka holds a PhD degree in 2001, in analytical chemistry from the University of Lille, France. She is now an assistant professor at the analytical chemistry lab of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Lille). She has authored 60 journal articles related to chiral separations. Her fields of expertise are separation sciences including High Performance Liquid Chromatography, Supercritical Fluid Chromatography and Capillary Electrophoresis applied to pharmaceutical analysis, for the discovery and development of chiral drugs.


Lille Inflammation Research International Center

A. Niazi (Biography
A. Niazi

Ali Niazi: 1998 BSc (Applied Chemistry), Islamic Azad University (Tehran) Iran; 2001 MSc (Analytical Chemistry), Razi University (Kermanshah) Iran; 2005 PhD, Razi University (Kermanshah) Iran. Currently, he is a professor of Analytical Chemistry at the Department of Chemistry, Islamic Azad University of Central Tehran Branch, Iran. His research areas are analytical chemistry, chemometrics, catalyst and nanochemistry. He has published 141 papers and 10 books.


Islamic Azad University

A. Seubert (Biography
A. Seubert

Andreas Seubert is Professor of Analytical Chemistry at the Philipps-University Marburg, Germany, since 2000 with deep interest in analytical, inorganic and macromolecular chemistry. He authored and co-authored more than 100 original papers, several book chapters and two patent applications. His research interests include the development of polymeric stationary phases for use in all disciplines of chromatography with a special focus on ion separations as well as the use of atomic spectrometry in conjunction with chromatographic separations for the determination of elemental speciation for several elements. A third field of research deals with ultra-trace analysis of ions and elements in complex sample matrices.


Philipps-Universität Marburg

L.-Z. Wang (Biography
L.-Z. Wang

Lingzhi Wang is a Senior Research Scientist of Cancer Science Institute of Singapore and an adjunct Assistant Professor of Department of Pharmacology, National University of Singapore. His research interest focuses on Pharmacokinetics, Cancer Therapeutics and Biomarker Discovery. Dr. Wang won Medical Research Scientist Award from NMRC Singapore in 2005 and PhD Graduate Research Excellence Award from AAPS 2008 (USA). To date, he has published more than 60 research papers in premium journals such as Cell, Journal of Clinical Oncology, Clinical Cancer Research, Journal of Mass Spectrometry, etc. Currently, Dr. Wang has served as Editorial Board Member for Scientific Reports.


National University of Singapore

R.M. Alonso
University of the Basque Country

A. Berthod (Biography
A. Berthod

Dr. Berthod is "Emeritus" research director of the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) since 2015 after 23 years as active CNRS research director in the field of separation sciences and 13 years as research associate at University of Lyon, France. He was tenured as professeur agrégé and taught chemistry for five years in high schools. He authored and/or coauthored 8 books, 32 review articles and more than 200 research articles in analytical chemistry with a h-index of 43. He was a visiting invited scientist at University of Florida, University of Missouri-Rolla, Iowa State University and University of Texas at Arlington. He is or was a member of a dozen of editorial boards of scientific journals. He is still editor in chief of the journal Separation & Purification Review.


University of Lyon 1

D. Corradini (Biography
D. Corradini

Dr. Danilo Corradini holds a doctorate in Chemistry from the University Sapienza of Rome (Italy). Currently, he serves on the International Scientific Strategy Board of the Austrian Drug Screening Institute of Innsbruck, on the International Board of the “Mediterranean Separation Science Foundation Research and Training Center” of Messina (Italy) and is a member and the Past-President of the Stirring Committee of the Interdivisional Group for Separation Science of the Italian Chemical Society. Previously, he has been a member of the General Advisory Board of the Italian Research National Council. For his contribution to separation science, he has been honored with the Csaba Horváth Memorial Award in 2009, with the Central European Group for Separation Science Award in 2011 and with the Arnaldo Liberti Medal in 2014. His research activity covers the investigation of the separation mechanisms of biomolecules in capillary electrophoresis and high performance liquid chromatography and the application of these techniques to life sciences.


National Research Council (CNR)

Q. Du (Biography
Q. Du

Dr. Du is the dean of the department of Food Science, Zhejiang A & F University, China. He achieved his PhD in Chemical Engineering from Zhejiang University, China. He possesses research experices of 25-years in chromatographic separation and screening of bio-acitive compounds in narural products. He has published more than 100 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as editorial board members of several international journals.


Zhejiang Gongshang University

J.P. Foley
Drexel University
Philadelphia, PA

F. Gosetti (Biography
F. Gosetti

Fabio Gosetti graduated in Chemistry Summa cum Laude at the University of Piemonte Orientale (Alessandria, Italy) and he received the Ph.D. degree in Chemical Sciences at the same University. He is author of 52 manuscripts published in peer-review journals (total IF 172, citations: 1094, H-index: 20 by Scopus update 5th October 2016), 5 peer-reviewed conference proceedings and 9 book chapters (invited). The research interest lies in the general area of separation science, in particular the hyphenation of chromatographic technique with mass spectrometry. The main research lines concern the development and validation of new analytical LC-MS/MS methods for the identification and determination of target and non-target species in food, environment and biological samples.


University of Piemonte Orientale

P. Jandera (Biography
P. Jandera

Pavel Jandera, DSc., is professor of analytical chemistry at the University of Pardubice, Czech Republic. His research work has focused on the study of retention mechanisms, micro- and multi-dimensional LC techniques. He published 250 papers cited more than 6500 times, co-authored 4 books, including “Gradient elution in column liquid chromatography” (Elsevier, 1985), wrote 30 book chapters and presented more than 300 lectures. He serves at the editorial boards of Journal of Chromatography A, Journal of Separation Science, Analytical Letters and Current Chromatography. Among other awards, he obtained the AJP Martin gold medal of the Chromatographic Society, the Giorgio Nota medal for capillary liquid chromatography and the Nernst-Tswet award of the European Society of Separation Sciences. In 2013 and in 2015, the journal Analytical Scientist ranked him among the 100 most influential persons in Analytical Chemistry.


University of Pardubice
Czech Republic

M.-J. Kang (Biography
M.-J. Kang

Dr. Min-Jung Kang is senior researcher of Molecular Recognition Research Center in Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) since 2004 (Seoul, Korea). She studied Biochemistry in master degree at Seoul National University (Seoul, Korea) and finished Ph.D. study at Biochemical Engineering department in Saarland University (Saarbruecken, Germany) with theme “Quantitative analysis of substrates and products for enzyme reactions using MALDI-TOF MS”. She researched further in the field of “Method development of metabolites analysis using LC-MS/MS” as a Post Doc in Saarland University. She developed several novel strategies for analysis of anti-doping substances till 2009.


Korea Institute of Science and Technology
Republic of Korea

V. Kašička (Biography
V. Kašička

Václav Kašička received degree RNDr. in physical chemistry at Charles University in Prague in 1979, and PhD. degree in biochemistry at the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague, in 1985. At this Institute, he is head of the department Electromigration Methods, www.uochb.cz/kasicka. He is engaged in research and development of electromigration methods and their application to analysis and characterization of (bio)molecules. He published about 160 scientific papers. He is editor of the Journal of Separation Science, chairman of the Chromatography and Electrophoresis Group of the Czech Chemical Society, and secretary of the Steering Committee of the European Society for Separation Science.


Acad. Sci. of the Czech Rep.
Czech Republic

M.J. Markuszewski (Biography
M.J. Markuszewski

Prof. Michal J. Markuszewski studied pharmacy at the Medical University of Gdansk, Poland. In 2000, he earned his PhD in pharmaceutical sciences under prof. Roman Kaliszan supervision and next for two years joined, as a post-doc, group of prof. Shigeru Terabe at Himeji Institute of Technology (currently Hyogo University). Currently he is a Head of the Department of Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacodynamics, Medical University of Gdansk. His scientific interest comprises the metabolomics, cancer biomarkers, pharmacokinetics, application of separation techniques for pharmaceutical analysis (LC-MS, CE-MS) and bioinformatics. Author of 95 published peer-reviewed publications. He was invited lecturer during international symposia and conferences.


Medical University of Gdańsk

J.J. Pesek (Biography
J.J. Pesek

Joseph Pesek, Professor of Chemistry at San Jose State University, has also served as Department Chair, and Dean for Graduate Studies and Research. He was named a Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation Scholar in 1993 and again in 2001. He has over 230 publications, 3 books, 4 patents and has made over 200 presentations at a variety of symposia and meetings. He is one of the editors for the Journal of Separation Science. His research interests are in the development, characterization and applications of separation materials for chromatographic and electrophoretic processes.


San Jose State University
San Jose, CA

M. Shibukawa (Biography
M. Shibukawa

Dr. Shibukawa is a Professor of Chemistry at Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Saitama University, Japan. His current research interests lie in chemical separations and measurements—especially liquid chromatography and aqueous biphasic extraction. One long-range goal of his research is development of methods for characterization of separation fields using molecules and ions as probes. He served as a vice president of Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry, an Associate Editor of Analytical Sciences, and an Editorial Advisory Board Member of Journal of Separation Science. He is currently a Chair of the Division of Analytical Chemistry of the Chemical Society of Japan. Dr. Shibukawa has authored or coauthored 18 books and more than 100 journal articles. He received the Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry Award in 2016.


Graduate School of Science and Engineering Saitama University

L.-J. Yan (Biography
L.-J. Yan

Dr. Liang-Jun Yan received his B.S. degree from Peking University, Beijing, China; his M.S. degree from the Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China; and his Ph.D. degree from the University of California at Berkeley, CA, USA. He did his postdoctoral studies at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX, USA. Dr. Yan is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences College of Pharmacy at the University of North Texas Health Science Center. His main interest is redox imbalance and oxidative stress in age-dependent metabolic diseases.


University of North Texas Health Science Center
Fort Worth, TX

L. Asnin
Perm National Research Polytechnic University

A.B. Błazewicz (Biography
A.B. Błazewicz

associate professor and the Head of the Laboratory of Instrumental Analysis at Medical University of Lublin; coordinator and lecturer of chemistry for students of English Language Division, Faculty of Medicine, Medical University in Lublin; invited speaker on international conferences; awarded by Polish Minister of Health, Rector of Medical University of Lublin, and Rector of Warsaw Medical University for scientific achievements; member of many editorial boards; active reviewer; holder of the patent; author of several chapters in scientific books and textbooks for students, many monographs, papers in scientific journals, instructor on chromatographic courses; supervisor of the students’ research teams of American and Polish Students’ Scientific Society; manager of six interdisciplinary, international, non-commercial research projects; member of a Society of Iodine Science (Chiba University, Japan) and Polish Chemical Society. Research interests include mainly new applications of chromatographic techniques for complex samples, clinical and environmental chemistry.


Medical University of Lublin

R. Cozzolino (Biography
R. Cozzolino

Dr Rosaria Cozzolino is a researcher at the Proteomic and Biomolecular Mass Spectrometry Center of the Institute of Food Science of Italian National Council of Research, where she is responsible of the GC/MS laboratory. Dr Rosaria Cozzolino holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry at the University of Catania (Italy) developing new strategies of biopolymers analysis by advances mass spectrometry techniques.

Recently, her research activity is focused on the analysis of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) by Solid Phase Micro-Extraction (SPME) coupled to GC-MS, to investigate questions of food and clinical interest.

Dr Rosaria Cozzolino has authored more than 30 peer review manuscripts.


National Research Council (CNR)

S. Fanali (Biography
S. Fanali

Dr. Salvatore Fanali is Associate Senior Researcher at Institute of Chemical Methodologies (C.N.R.)-Monterotondo Italy. In 1974 he received the degree of Dr. in Chemistry at Rome University “La Sapienza” and the PhD in Analytical Chemistry at Comenius University – Bratislava, Slovakia. His research is focused on development of miniaturized techniques, e.g., nano-LC, CZE, CEC/MS. Studies on enantiomers separations, new stationary phases are carried out. Methods are applied to pharmaceutical, agrochemical, food, environmental, forensic analysis. He is author of 300 publications in Journal (SCI), chapters in books. He is Editor of Journal of Chromatography A (Elsevier), member of the advisory editorial board of 6 Journals.


Italian National Research Council (C.N.R.)

M.-R. Fuh (Biography
M.-R. Fuh

Professor Fuh received a Ph. D in Analytical Chemistry from University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, USA. He worked in 3M, USA and Dow Chemical, USA prior to his academic career. Currently, he is a professor in Department of Chemistry, Soochow University, Taipei, Taiwan. His research interests include development of polymeric monolithic column for small molecule analysis, LC-MS method for bioanalysis and food safety and new extraction technique.


Soochow University

P.R. Haddad (Biography
P.R. Haddad

Paul Haddad is currently an Emeritus Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at the Univesity of Tasmania. He was Foundation Director of the Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science and Director of the Pfizer Analytical Research Centre. He has more than 500 publications in the general field of separation science and he is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science and the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering. He is the recipient of the American Chemical Society Chromatography Award, the AJP Martin Gold Medal, and the Marcel Golay Award.


University of Tasmania

D. Josic
Brown University
Providence, RI

K.M. Kasiotis (Biography
K.M. Kasiotis

Dr Konstantinos M. Kasiotis is a Chemist with PhD on Chemistry of Bioactive Compounds from the Agricultural University of Athens, Greece. Currently is an Associate Researcher in the Laboratory of Pesticides Toxicology, in Benaki Phytopathological Institute, with multiyear experience in the field of environmental analytical chemistry. He has participated in EFSA as a member in pesticide steering committees (PRAS) and invited member in pesticides-ecotoxicology meetings. He has been/is involved in several national and European projects and he has published more than 60 research/review articles in international and national scientific journals and conferences.


Benaki Phytopathological Institute

X. Ling (Biography
X. Ling

Xiao-mei LING is a professor of pharmaceutical analysis, the associate director of Department of Chemical Biology, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Peking University, the editorial board member of Chinese Journal of Pharmaceutical Analysis and the Pharmaceutical Analysis Committee member of Chinese Pharmaceutical Association. She has been engaging in the teaching and research of instrumental analysis and pharmaceutical analysis, and obtained some valuable results in the following research works: the novel technology/methods of HPCE for investigating interactions between biomolecules with drug molecules, screening drugs (using coating capillary columns by immobilization protein or receptor-over-expressed cells), discovering the biomarks of disease occurrence , development and outcome and so on.


Peking University

R. Michalski (Biography
R. Michalski

Rajmund Michalski works in the Institute of Environmental Engineering, Polish Academy of Science in Zabrze (Poland) since 1988. His research concern mainly: Ion chromatography (sample preparation, columns, eluents, detectors, and applications) and aapplication of hyphenated techniques (IC-ICP-MS, IC-MS) in species analysis (inorganic disinfection by-products, metal/metalloids ions). He an author of dozen of books, manuscripts and over 170 publications about applications of ion chromatography in environmental and food samples. He is a member of Polish Association of Chemistry; Polish Academy of Sciences (Committee of Analytical Chemistry); CASSS (California Separation Science Society); Polish Committee of Standardization and Chairman of Scientific Committee of annual international conference “Ion Chromatography and Related Techniques”.


Institute of Environmental Engineering

A. Potthast (Biography
A. Potthast

Dr. Antje Potthast has more than 20 years of experience in chemistry and analysis of lignocellulose. She received her PhD from TU Dresden Germany and after a postdoctoral stay at NC State University Raleigh, USA, did her habilitation in wood chemistry at BOKU University in Vienna. Since 2003 she is associate professor at BOKU and deputy head of the Division of Chemistry of Renewable Resources, Department of Chemistry, and is head of the work group Biopolymer Analylysis and the Lignin platform. She is awardee of international scientific honors, among them the Hayashi Jisuke International Cellulose Award. Dr. Potthast published more than 200 papers in SCI journals and holds several patents.


University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences

J. Shiea (Biography
J. Shiea

Prof. Shiea is a distinguished professor of Department of Chemistry, National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan. He received master and Ph.D. (1991) degrees from Montana State University. He was the president of Taiwan Society for Mass Spectrometry and the executive board member and the representative of Region B of the International Mass Spectrometry Foundation. He has over 30 years of research experiences in Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry, particularly in thin layer chromatography/mass spectrometry, interface for LC and GC with mass spectrometry and ambient mass spectrometry. Currently, he is the Fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry.


National Sun Yat-Sen University

Z. Yan (Biography
Z. Yan

Yan Zhu obtained his PhD (2001) from Department of Chemistry, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China where he currently serves as a faculty member and heads a research group on application and theory of ion chromatography (IC). Prof. Zhu’s main interests are focused on column-switching methods, coupling techniques and advanced stationary phases for IC and HPLC. Under his supervision, developments in fields including food analysis, pesticide analysis, electrochemical detection, surfactant-coated stationary phases and new material based stationary phases are achieved for IC applications.


Zhejiang University


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