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Scientific representation

Why you REALLY SHOULD consider GC×GC for routine and research analysis of volatile samples

Time: Thursday, April 20, 2023 (13:30 - 13:55)

Venue: The 2nd floor, SECC center, 799 Nguyen Van Linh Street, Dist. 7, HCMC

Prof.Dr. Philip Marriott

Qualifications:

  • BSc (Honour) LaTrobe
  • PhD (1980; LaTrobe University)

Employment Experience:

  • Postdoctoral Research, School of Chemistry, University of Bristol, 1980 - 82
  • Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, School of Chemistry, National University of Singapore 1982 - 87
  • Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/A. Prof/Professor, Applied Chemistry, RMIT University 1987 - 2010
  • Professor of Chemistry, Monash University, Oct 2010 -

Membership Professional:

  • Fellow of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute FRACI
  • Fellow of the Federation of Asian Chemical Societies FFACS

Key Professional Experience and Invitations:

  • Editorial Board member: Journal of Chromatography A; Journal of Separation Science; LC-GC Europe; LC-GC Asia Pacific; Chromatographia; Separations
  • Visiting Professorial Fellow: Univ. of Tasmania 1999; Univ. of Hong Kong, 2000
  • KOSEF Invited Professor: Lecture Tour Korea, (Nov 14 - Nov 21) 1999
  • Visiting Professor: Zhejiang Univ., China (2006); National Univ. Singapore (2009); Technical Univ. Gdansk (2012); Xi’an Jiao Tung Univ. China (2014 - 6); Federal Univ. Minas Gerais (2015)
  • External Course Examiner: Singapore Polytechnic, Industrial Chemistry Discipline (2008 - 10)
  • Australian Academy of Science/Chinese Academy of Science Exchange to China, 2006. (Dalian DICP; Shanghai SIOC; Shanghai Jiaotung Univ; Zhejiang Univ.; Research Centre for EcoEnvironmental Science RCEES Beijing; Peking Univ; Tsinghua Univ; Beijing HuaGong Univ.)
  • Australian Research Council College of Experts (Chemistry) Panel 2013 - 2015
  • Australian Academy of Science/European Union FP7 IRSES Exchange program to Portugal 2011
  • World Class University Program, Distinguished Professor, Korean National Research Foundation, Chung-Ang University, Korea (2 months/year; 2009/10/11)
  • CNPq Brazil Distinguished Visiting Researcher award, (2 months/year; 2015 - 2018)
  • Deputy Director of Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science (ACROSS)

Key Research Experience & Interests:

  • Supervision of about 80 successful Honour, Master & PhD Research theses
  • Extensive consultations and collaborations with Industry
  • Successful ARC Discovery, Linkage and LIEF grants for large equipment facilities
  • Patent holder for cryogenic modulation methodology in gas chromatography
  • Research leader in area of Separation Science, primary experience in GC, Multidimensional GC, GC×GC, Mass spectrometry, extraction methods, detection technology, covering both fundamental technique developments and a broad range of applications from food & beverage, pesticides, drugs & toxins, doping control, natural products, essential oils and perfumes, ‘GC reactor’ studies

Key Awards:

  • Chromatographic Society, London. Silver Jubilee Medal, 2000
  • Royal Australian Chemical Institute, Analytical Division Medal Award, 2001
  • Royal Australian Chemical Institute, Inc. Applied Research Award, 2004
  • Karasek Award for Innovations in Environmental Analysis, 2007
  • Dean’s Award for Innovation and External Collaboration, 2012
  • Scientific achievement award, Comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography, 2012
  • ARC Discovery Outstanding Researcher Award (DORA) 2013-2015.
  • Federation of Asian Chemical Societies, Foundation Lectureship Award 2017; Analytical Chem
  • COLACRO Medal of the Latin American Society of Chromatography, 2019
  • Halaśz Medal 2021. Presented by the Hungarian Society for Separation Sciences.
  • Dean’s Award for Innovation in Learning and Teaching, 2022. Monash University

Invited Presentations:

110 company and university invited lectures. He has trained over 750 participants in advanced multidimensional GC separations technology who have attended his shortcourses & workshops.

Publications:

  • Over 405 research papers and 30 book chapters
  • Average Citations/publication item: 28.22
  • Total Citations 14,700 and h-index: 55 (Scopus). And 19,800 and h-index 68 (Google Scholar)