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Our research interests:

  • Innovation analytical method development
  • Identification and quantification of emerging organic contaminants and transformation products
  • Transformation and toxicokinetic processes of organic contaminants

Our working group `Organic Trace Analysis` research focuses on the development of innovative and comprehensive analytical methods for trace analysis of emerging organic contaminants in environmental and human matrices. Furthermore, we apply the developed methods to study the occurrence, transformation, and toxicokinetics processes of emerging contaminants in natural and engineered environments.
Our state-of-the-art analytical techniques, for example, liquid, gas, supercritical fluid chromatographic, as well as hydrophilic interaction liquid cinematographic separation methods (LC, GC, SFC, HILIC), in combination with various high-resolution mass spectrometric (HRMS/MS) techniques.
Our data analysis approaches are target quantification, suspect, and non-target screening.
Our current interest organic chemicals includes persistent and mobile toxic chemicals (PMT), per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs), pesticides and their transformation products (TPs).

Group leader:
Dr. Qiuguo Fu

PhD students:
Silvia Hupcejová Dudášová

Florian Fischer

Laura Fabienne Fröhlich

Nico Grasse

Till Meier

Researcher assistant/students:
Milena Voll

Technician:
Anne Röhrig

Alumni:

Urs Berger, PhD
Kenneth Arinaitwe, PhD

Heidrun Paschke
Monika Möder, PhD
Steffi Schrader
Virginia Schraps
Stefanie Schulze
Lillie Jeal Elizabeth Freemantle

Janek Paul Dann

Viktoriia Karabtsova


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