Gurus of Gas Chromatography
With ISCC & GC×GC 2020 sadly canceled, we invite leading gas chromatographers to discuss the current state of the art – and to make predictions for the technique’s future in our “Virtual Riva Roundtable.”
Meet the Gurus
My research focuses on the development of new methods for monitoring environmental samples affected by unconventional gas and oil operations, evaluating different oilfield wastewater treatment technologies, and bioanalytical approaches for clinical and pharmaceutical applications. As the Shimadzu Distinguished Professor of Analytical Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry at the University of Texas Arlington (UTA), I use what I would call “cool toys” to solve these problems – gas, liquid and supercritical fluid chromatography instruments coupled with MS and vacuum ultraviolet spectroscopy, with an emphasis on online coupling and multidimensional separations.
I was appointed the post of Professor of Analytical Chemistry at the Gembloux Agro Bio Tech Department of the University of Liége, Belgium, in 2018, following doctoral and postdoctoral specialization in hyphenated chromatographic techniques (under the supervision of leaders such as Phil Marriott, Luigi Mondello and Peter Tranchida), numerous international experiences, and the receipt of prestigious awards. My current research interests include the development of advanced multidimensional and comprehensive chromatography techniques, as well as miniaturized sample preparation approaches for food quality and safety applications.
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