Modern Chemistry & Applications

Modern Chemistry & Applications
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Marek Andrzej Trojanowicz

Marek Andrzej Trojanowicz

Marek Andrzej Trojanowicz
Professor of Chemistry
Warsaw University, Poland

Biography

Received M.Sc., Ph.D. and D.Sci. (habilitation) degrees in Department of Chemistry, University of Warsaw. M.Sc. under supervision of Prof. Wiktor Kemula, Ph.D. under supervision of Prof. Adam Hulanicki. Post-doc one year stay in Tohoku University in Sendai, Japan, in research group of Prof. Nobuyuki Tanaka.

Author of 300 scientific papers, 2 monographic books and editor of 1 book in the field of flow analysis and automation of analytical measurements. Recipient of prestigious Swietoslawski Award of Warsaw University for achievements in field of analytical chemistry, Kemula Medal of Polish Chemical Society and Scientific Honor Award of Japanese Society of Flow Injection Analysis.

He was granted Visiting Professor positions in numerous Universities all over the world including long-term appointments in University of Michigan, University of California at Riverside, University of Tasmania, Australia and University of Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Member of advisory boards of 6 international analytical journals and for 15 years Scientific Secretary of Committee on Analytical Chemistry of Polish Academy of Sciences.

Currently he is titular professor of chemistry, and head of Laboratory for Flow Analysis and Chromatography in Chemistry Department of University of Warsaw and head of research group in Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology in Warsaw.

His research activity includes design of electrochemical sensors and biosensors, flow analysis, liquid chromatography and capillary electrophoresis, application of ionizing radiation for water and waste treatment and application of chemical analysis in archaeometry.

Current number of citations of his publications is 4,200 (without self-citations without books), and Hirsch index is 34
 

Research Interest

Flow Analysis and Chromatography in Chemistry
Liquid chromatography and capillary electrophoresis

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