Sabine Szunerits serves as a Professor in chemistry at the University Lille 1, Lille, France, attached to Interdisciplinary Research Institute (IRI). He has received his M.S. degree in chemistry from University of Vienna, Austria, his Ph.D. degree in chemistry from University of London, UK, his M.A. degree in social science from also the University of London, UK, and his habilitation from Université Joseph Fourier, France. His areas of expertise include electrochemistry, instrumentation, analytical electrochemistry, molecular electrochemistry, corrosion, surface chemistry, scanning probe techniques, AFM, STM, SECM (scanning electrochemical microscopy), SNOM, E-SNOM, biosensing, SPR (surface plasmon resonance), E-SPR (SPR coupled with impedance and cyclic voltammetry), and LSPR. He has been the Co-author of 135 peer-reviewed scientific papers, 4 patents, and 7 book chapters. He has received the QMW-Brewin prize in 1995 and 1996 and the Prix d’innovation d’Ecole Polytechnique, France, in 2011. He has obtained the nomination as Junior Member of Institut universitaire de France. Since 2010, he has been a Member of Institut universitaire de France (IUF), France. He has also been an editorial board Member of The Open Corrosion Journal, Recent Patents on Corrosion Science, Global Journal of Physical Chemistry, and Journal of Ceramic Science and Technology and an Associate Editor for electrochemistry section of Global Journal of Physical Chemistry.
Biography Updated on 3 March 2013