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Staff members with discipline Chemistry, Multidisciplinary

Academia develops at the interface of different fields. This is one reason why the University of Groningen is home to a wide range of fields, each with a great number of subject specialists. The overview below, which is based on a standard categorization of fields, will help you find the right expert for each field. If you cannot find the expert you are looking for in this list, try searching via a related field or faculty; you may find him or her there.

Overview of all disciplines

Synthesis: inorganic solids, organic inorganic hybridmaterials, inorganic polymers, organic polymers
Crystal growth: metal chalcogenides, hybrids, acenes
Condensed matter: magnetism, Hall, Seebeck, electrical resistance
XRD : powder, single crystal, radiation safety officer
 
ing. J. (Jacob) Baas
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Education / Research Assistant
Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modelling
Chemicals from Renewable Resources, Lignin, Lignocellulose
dr. P.J. (Peter) Deuss
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Assistant Professor
Expertise in CS, ISO standards, Molecular dynamics, Medical Informatics
dr. N. (Nicolae) Goga
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Senior Researcher
Libraries, Information Literacy, Exact sciences, Citation analysis, History of science
drs. P.J.U. (Ulco) Kooystra
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Scientific information specialist /PhD student
Mathematical modelling; Origin of life; Metabolic networks
Electrophysiology, Single-molecule Nanopore Technology
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Catalysis, Natural product synthesis, chemical biology, Bio-organic chemistry
prof. dr. ir. A.J. (Adriaan J) Minnaard
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Full Professor
Supramolecular Chemistry
Self-assembly
Self-replication
Electron Microscopy
UPLC
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PhD candidate
Inorganic Chemistry, Coordination Chemistry, Organometallic Chemistry, Homogeneous Catalysis
prof. dr. E. (Edwin) Otten
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Associate Professor Molecular Inorganic Chemistry
 Systems Chemistry, Origin of Life, Catalysis, Supramolecular Chemistry
prof. dr. S. (Sijbren) Otto
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Professor
• Heterogeneous Catalysis• Homogeneous Catalysis• Green Chemistry:      - CO2-fixation into cyclic and polymeric carbonates      - Sustainable selective oxidations      - From biobased molecules to valuable products• Metal oxides• Silsesquioxanes• Silicates• Zeolites• Mesoporous materials• Nanomaterials• Supercritical CO2• High-Throughput Experimentation• Photocatalysis • Electrocatalysis:      - CO2-reduction      - Oxygen reduction reaction (ORR)      - Cogeneration of chemical products and electricity
prof. dr. P.P. (Paolo) Pescarmona
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Associate Professor in Sustainable Chemical Products and Catalysis
Information Management (BiSL/ITIL), Funding Opportunities, Research Methods in Transfusion Medicine, Biobanking Policy, Research Information Systems, Bibliometrics, Clinical Chemistry, Text Analytics, Data Analytics, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence.
dr. S. (Stephen (Stefan)) Peuchen
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Information Manager Research, Education and Training, IM-MIT
L. (Lukas) Pfeifer, PhD
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drs. C.M. (Karin) Ree
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Coordinator Science Shop, lecturer Science & Society
organic chemistry, physical chemistry, polymer chemistry, (bio)nanotechnology, biointerfaces, material science, biomaterials
biomolecular chemistry & catalysis
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full professor
dr. G.P.R. (Gaël) Schaeffer
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Scientific Coordinator - Stratingh Institute for Chemistry
prof. dr. M. (Moniek) Tromp
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Chair of Materials Chemistry
Lab-on-a-chip; microfluidics; minisaturized total analysis systems
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Professor
enzymes, protein engineering, computational protein design, in silico screening
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researcher
Biological Chemistry
Mass spectrometry
Solid phase peptide synthesis
Peptide Chemistry

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