Miniaturized and environmentally friendly analytical systems for real-time analysis
What we offer:
Green Analytical Chemistry has significantly grown over the past few years. In this area, miniaturization concept of both analytical methodologies and instrumentation is essential. Due to this, miniaturization of sample preparation methodologies has significantly increased. Nevertheless, analytical instrumentation has not arrived to the same degree of miniaturization. Two of the most important features of sample preparation are interference elimination and concentration of species present at very low concentration levels. To this end, a great number of solid phase and liquid-liquid microextraction methodologies (SPME and LLME) have been developed.
For these reasons, our main fields of research are: (i) To study new, faster and more ecological liquid-liquid microextraction (LLME) methodologies, single drop (SDME) and dispersive (DLLME), and; (ii) to assess new possibilities detectors after the abovementioned microextraction step. The main goal of our research is to propose miniaturized, environmentally friendly and, if possible, automated analytical systems, which would enable real-time analysis (“in-situ”).
The main innovative aspect of this analytical methods is that ther are miniaturized and environmentally friendly. While, its major advantages are: fast, ecological, low reactive consumption, automatization and analysis “on-line”.
What are we looking for:
This research group is studying new, faster and more ecological liquid-liquid microextraction (LLME) methodologies and assessing new detection systems. Their objective is to propose miniaturized, environmentally friendly and, if possible, automated analytical systems, for real-time analysis (“in-situ”). So, we are are looking for partners for carrying out R&D projects.
- ] Analytical chemistry
- ] Micro- and Nanotechnology
- ] Environment
- FP7 Project
- Research and development
- Technical Co-operation