University of Warsaw
Working as a professor at University od Warsaw, Poland. Completed his PhD in Chemistry. Marek Trojanowicz was born in 1944 in Warsaw. He has obtained M.Sc. in 1966 under supervision of Professor Wiktor Kemula, Ph.D. in 1974, promoted by Professor Adam Hulanicki, and D.Sc. in 1981; all degrees in Department of Chemistry, University of Warsaw in the field of analytical chemistry. Since 1991 he is titular professor of chemistry. In 1989-2014 he was head of the Laboratory for Flow Analysis and Chromatography in University of Warsaw, and since 1992 also professor of chemistry in the Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology in Warsaw. Since 2015 he is professor emeritus of the University in Warsaw, and still active as full professor in the Laboratory of Nuclear Analytical Methods in the Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology. His post-doc one year studies he carried out in Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan under supervision of Professor Nobuyuki Tanaka, and spend also 2 years as Research Associate in the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. For several month study stays as Visiting Professor he has been invited to University of Michigan, USA, Strathclyde Univer-sity in Glasgow, UK, University of Tasmania, Australia, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, University of Münster, Germany, University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy, and University of Graz, Austria. In years 2003-04 he was appointed for six months as a Senior Fulbright Fellow in University of California at Riverside, USA. With his research group from Warsaw University he took part in four research projects financed by European Commission, and served as expert in 5th Framework of European Commission.
His scientific interests include flow analysis and automation of chemical analysis, ion-selective electrodes, biosensors, ion-chromatography, capillary electrophoresis, archaeometry and the use of ionizing radiation for degradation of organic pollutants for environmental protection. He is author/co-author of 250 scientific papers in international peer-reviewed journals, 44 chapters in books, two monographs on automation in analytical chemistry and on flow-injection analysis and 9 Polish and foreign patents. He promoted 16 doctorates, and supervised about one hundred M.Sc. theses.