Demetrius G. Themelis

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece 0000-0002-5828-1074

Demetrius G. Themelis is an Associate Professor of analytical chemistry at the Chemistry Department, Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. He got his B.S. degree from the University of Thessaloniki, Greece, and his Ph.D. degree in kinetic methods of analysis from the same university. After receiving his Ph.D. degree, he continued his research in flow injection analysis (FIA) at the Chemistry Department, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, USA, as a Visiting Postdoctoral Research Associate, under the supervision of Professors Gilbert Gordon and Gilbert E. Pacey. His research involves kinetic methods of analysis, FAAS and CV-AAS, liquid-liquid and SPE, FIA and SIA, sequential injection chromatography, capillary electrophoresis, and HPLC. Moreover, he has published 66 scientific papers in these areas. He is an author of chapters and review articles in international scientific books and in international scientific Encyclopedia on flow and sequential injection analysis, and he is also an author of many books in analytical chemistry (in Greek). Apart for being a Potential Member of the Editorial Board of the international journal Automated Methods and Management in Chemistry, he is also a Member of the international journals Talanta and Asian Chemistry Letters. He is also serving as a reviewer of many scientific articles in 15 following journals. Dr. Themelis was appointed as the 1st researcher in Greece and 11th universally among 5631 researchers in automation in spectroscopy, according to Eva Rodenas-Torralba et al., Spectroscopy Letters, 39 (2006) 513-532, and the 1st most productive researcher in Greece and 18st universally since 2000 in flow analysis, according to Chalk S., Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry, 54 (2008) 111-125. He also is a Ph.D. adjudication member of the S. V. University, Tirupati, India, and a Member of the Greek National Committee for Chemistry.

Biography Updated on 6 April 2010

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