Joseph H. Aldstadt
Joseph H. Aldstadt is presently an Associate Professor at the Department of Chemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA. He received his Ph.D. degree in analytical chemistry in 1993 from Ohio University, Ohio, USA, under the direction of H.D. Dewald, where novel electrochemical detection methodologies for continuous flow analytical instruments and methods were developed for clinical and environmental applications. Following five years as a Staff Chemist at the Environmental Research Division of Argonne National Laboratory, he began at UWM in 1998. His teaching interests are in analytical and environmental chemistry as well as the history of chemistry. His research interests at UWM are in analytical chemistry applied to environmental speciation problems, specifically the development of methods and techniques in multidetector chromatography and continuous flow analysis, the development of long-path-length spectroscopic instrumentation, and the environmental chemistry of toxic metals in soil. He has authored 39 peer-reviewed publications, presented 80 talks at scientific meetings and 19 invited lectures, and received one US patent (with one pending).
Biography Updated on 4 November 2012