ISEAC-41 will host a broad range of keynote presentations given by world-renowned experts from the various disciplines covered in the Scientific Program.
Charlotta Turner (Lund University)
Charlotta Turner is a Professor in Analytical Chemistry at Lund University in Sweden. Her research is interdisciplinary, including analytical chemistry, supercritical fluid technology, and sustainable development aspects. She has more than 20 years of experience in the fundamentals of supercritical fluids in separation processes. Her current research focus is on the development of fast, selective, and bias-free separation methods using sub- and supercritical green solvents. An important inspiration is the enhanced use of biomass and industrial byproducts as sources of high-value compounds for use in food and other industrial applications. Another of her major research topics is targeted and non-target analysis of environmental pollutants. Charlotta Turner has published over 100 scientific articles, review papers and book chapters (ORCID). She has received the Swedish King Carl XVI Gustaf’s award for environmental science (2005), the SSF Ingvar Carlsson Award for returning postdocs (2006), the AOCS Herbert J. Dutton Award for her work on lipid analysis (2015) and the Svante Arrhenius Award for her work on green and sustainable chemistry (2017).
Gaud Dervilly (INREA)
Deputy Director of the LABERCA research unit (UMR 1329 INRAe/Oniris) in Nantes, France. PhD in food science (2001) and habilitation (HDR) to supervise research in public health (2009). Scientific leader in research related to chemical food safety from a risk assessment perspective, via the implementation of targeted and non-targeted mass spectrometry strategies, including metabolomics. Author of >140 publications, h-index 33 (ORCID). Euroresidue Award (2012). Academic lecturer at the University of Nantes (France), regular lecturer at SARAF (School for Advanced Residue Analysis) and VLAG (Wageningen University, NL). Member of institutional (Oniris) or international scientific boards (Euroresidue, NL; International Food and Water Research Center, Singapore; ACFAS, Canada; ISEAC, NL). Pilot of the international commission of the Biology and Health Doctoral School (Pays de la Loire, France).
Juliane Hollender (EAWAG)
Prof. Dr. Juliane Hollender is group leader at the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology (Eawag) and adjunct professor at the ETH Zurich in the department Environmental Systems Science. After a master in chemistry and a PhD in environmental engineering, she worked for 10 years at the RWTH Aachen, Germany before she moved to Switzerland in 2005. Her research concentrates on the fate of emerging contaminants in the natural and engineered aquatic environment using high-resolution mass spectrometry as an important methodological tool. She is especially interested in the biological transformation of contaminants, bioaccumulation in aquatic organisms as well as non-target analysis to get a more comprehensive picture of contamination. She has been a highly cited scientist (2019-21, Clarivate) with more than 200 publications (h-index 79, google scholar, ORCID) and is a member of the steering committee of the NORMAN network.