Analytical Chemistry

Environmental or industrial samples contain thousands of compounds in complex mixtures and it is often unknown which compounds are of interest in a given situation. In analytical chemistry, we aim at analyzing all compounds present in a matrix to get a better understanding of environmental, industrial and green chemistry processes.

We perform basic research in advanced analytical chemistry and develop novel analytical platforms such as GCxGC-MS and LC-ICP-MS as well as strategies for automated signal processing such as pixel-based analysis of multidimensional data. We apply this for target analyses, suspect screenings and non-targeted chemical fingerprinting of any sample matrix. We collaborate extensively with the industry and teach at all levels in basic and advanced analytical chemistry.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • SHEAINE: AAK transition from bulk to ingredient supplier: linking shea kernel life cycle and oil quality
  • VANDALF: Linking of Chemical and Toxicological Fingerprints: A new method to prioritize monitoring and regulation of pollutants in water
  • The MATRIX: Microbiome Assisted Triticum Resilience In X-dimensions
  • PACsMCE: Occurrence and effects of alkylated, substituted and heterocyclic PACs in marine coastal ecosystems
  • ToxiTrace: A chromatographic bioassay for tracing toxicant removal in water treatment
  • D4RUNOFF: Data driven implementation of hybrid nature based solutions for preventing and managing diffuse pollution from urban water runoff
  • PARC: Partnership for the Assessment of Risks from Chemicals
  • PESTICID – Næste generation fingeraftryk-metode til måling af miljøfremmede stoffer i drikkevand
  • HyProFuel: Hydroprocessing sustainable fuels for aviation and heavy transport
  • Contaminomics: Chemical and toxicological fingerprinting infrastructure
  • Support for developing and drafting technical guidelines on PFAS substances under the recast Drinking Water Directive
  • COMPAQT: Coexistence of marine aquaculture, natural harvesting and boat traffic by the coast – PAC pollution risks and solutions
  • AquaPlexus: The new technology to ensure high-quality groundwater and drinking water for the future
  • HOFOR target and nontarget analyses of water samples
  • PhD project: See the forest beyond the tall trees: boosting the quality of peak annotation for non-target analysis in metabolomics
  • ARAGORN: Achieving Remediation And GOverning Restoration of contaminated soils Now

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Group members

Navn Titel Telefon E-mail
Age Klaas Smilde Postdoc   E-mail
Alba Rodriguez Otero Indskrevet ph.d.-studerende   E-mail
Asger Baltzer Hansen Postdoc   E-mail
Bo Svensmark Emeritus +4535332390 E-mail
Daniel Baptista Alves Malheiro Erhvervs-ph.d.   E-mail
Daniele Martuscelli Indskrevet ph.d.-studerende   E-mail
David Pattison Specialkonsulent +4535334281 E-mail
Eliza Katarzyna Cwalina Ph.d.-stipendiat +4535327543 E-mail
Ewa Makowicz Postdoc   E-mail
Giorgio Tomasi Lektor +4535320406 E-mail
Jan H. Christensen Professor +4535332456 E-mail
Jason Patrick Devers Videnskabelig assistent +4535334796 E-mail
Jette Petersen Laboratorietekniker +4535333473 E-mail
Josephine Lübeck Postdoc +4535330027 E-mail
Junjie Zhang Postdoc +4535324373 E-mail
Kit Granby Specialkonsulent   E-mail
Kristian Fog Nielsen Ekstern forsker   E-mail
Maja Dibbern Gæsteforsker +4535320652 E-mail
Majbrit Dela Cruz Specialkonsulent +4535333852 E-mail
Maria Kregler Gotil Studerende   E-mail
Nikolina Engler Ph.d.-stipendiat   E-mail
Nikoline Juul Nielsen Lektor +4535332344 E-mail
Oskar Munk Kronik Ph.d.-stipendiat +4535329069 E-mail
Peter Christensen Specialkonsulent +4535333523 E-mail
Sandra Borre Laborant +4535329554 E-mail
Selina Kornelia Tisler Adjunkt +4535334863 E-mail
Thomas Malte Molnár Karlsson Ph.d.-stipendiat +4535329332 E-mail
Xenia Trier Lektor   E-mail
Xiaomeng Liang Gæsteforsker +4535334922 E-mail
Yan Wang Ph.d.-studerende +4535332590 E-mail

Research group leader

Jan H. Christensen
Professor
jch@plen.ku.dk
+45 35 33 24 56