Special Issue "Theme Issue Honoring Professor Dr. Bogusław Buszewski on His 70th Birthday:"Separation Sciences & Related Techniques""
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 July 2021).
Interests: theory and application of liquid chromatography; modern extraction techniques (eg., QuEChERS); detection techniques (DAD, FLD, MS, MS/MS); method development and validation; optimisation of chromatographic systems for separation and quantitative analysis of xenobiotics and others (multicomponent mixtures) in food, environmental and biological samples
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Dear Sirs, Friends, Colleagues and Co-Workers,
Professor Dr. Bogusław Buszewski graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics–Physics–Chemistry of the Maria Curie Sklodowska University in Lublin. He was awarded his PhD degree in 1986 from the Faculty of Chemical Technology, Slovak Technical University, in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. In 1992, he achieved the Doctor of Sciences (habilitation) degree. In 1994, he was appointed Professor at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, and in 1999, received the title of Professor of Chemistry (Full Professor). He started established his research group at the Faculty of Chemistry, Nicolaus Copernicus University, in Toruń in 1994, where he became Head of the Department of Environmental Chemistry and Ecoanalytics, and later became the Chair of Environmental Chemistry and Bioanalytics, which is his present role. He has also been head of the Education and Research Center in Separation Sciences and Bioanalytics = BioSep at the Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń (Poland), since his appointment in 2010.
He has been Humboldt Fellow at Tübingen University (Germany) and a Visiting Professor at several universities in the USA, Japan, China, India, Australia, Russia, UK, Brazil, South Africa, Austria, Belgium, Sweden, the Netherlands, Canada, Taiwan, and other European countries. He serves on the editorial boards of 26 national and international journals and has authored or co-authored 18 books, numerous patents (most of which have already been implemented), lectures, and more than 600 scientific papers (h-index = 51). He is one of the most citied chemists in Poland (over 12,500 citations). Prof. B. Buszewski has supervised 40 PhD theses and served as mentor of 20 DrSc. applications.
Prof. Buszewski is President of the Central European Group for Separation Sciences (CEGSS) and Chairman of the Committee of Analytical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences. He is a member of the Division of Environmental Chemistry of the European Association of Chemistry (EuChemS). He has served as President of the Polish Chemical Society as well as the Societas Humboldtiana Polonorum and the European Society of Separation Sciences. In 2007, he was awarded the prestigious award Master (Mistrz) by the Foundation for Polish Science (FNP), and in 2009, he received the Polish Prime Minister award. He also received the National Award of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education in 2013 and 2020. He was awarded by numerous national and international organizations (including Doctor honoris causa of 6 universities). He is a member of the Polish Academy of Sciences, the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, and the Central Commission for Degrees and Titles, and is Vice-Chairman of the Council of Scientific Excellence.
His main scientific interests cover analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, separation sciences, chromatography and related techniques (HPLC, SPE, SFC, GC, CZE, adsorption, sample preparation), spectrometry, bioanalytics, metabolomics, nanotechnology, environmental chemistry, modeling, and chemometrics.
This Special Issue of Molecules, in honor of Prof. Bogusław Buszewski, welcomes manuscripts describing original work as well as review articles.
The Guest Editor will be pleased to accept and review manuscripts that address the topics listed below, but not restricted to them:
- analytical chemistry (principal theoretical problems),
- physical chemistry (physicochemistry of the surface),
- separation sciences (principal theoretical aspects),
- chromatographic methods and related techniques (HPLC, SPE, SFC, GC, CZE, UPLC, GC × GC, and others),
- sample preparation and extraction techniques (SPE, QuEChERS/d-SPE, SPME, SBSE, HFLPME, DLLME, FUSLE, and others),
- detection techniques (DAD, FLD, MS, MS/MS, and others),
- natural products chemistry,
- modeling and chemometrics,
- separation of multicomponent mixtures of analytes.
Prof. Dr. Tomasz Tuzimski
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