María Luisa Fernández de Córdova

University of Jaén, Spain

María Luisa Fernández de Córdova was born in Jaén, Spain, in 1960. She finished her studies in chemistry at the University of Granada, Granada, Spain (1982). For some years, she worked as a teacher in a secondary school for the government. From 1990 to 2000, she was on secondment at the University of Jaén. For this period, she was awarded a Ph.D. degree in chemical sciences (1994) and became a University Lecturer at the Department of Physical and Analytical Chemistry (2000). This latter year, she was awarded the GRASEQA (Spanish Society of Analytical Chemistry Regional Group) prize for young researchers. Her research interest lies in the analysis of olive oil, the development of automatic luminescent optosensors for agrochemical, clinical and environmental analysis, applications of quantum dots (QDs), and the residue and contaminants analysis by gas chromatography.

Biography Updated on 24 October 2012

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