Maria Concetta Bruzzoniti
Born in 1969, Maria Concetta Bruzzoniti had her degree in chemistry (Magna cum Laude) in 1993 at the University of Turin, Italy, where she got the Ph.D. degree title in chemical sciences. She is an Associate Professor (analytical chemistry) at the University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia and Associate Professor (environmental chemistry/analytical chemistry) at the University of Turin, Italy. She cooperates in didactic academic courses of analytical chemistry (Laboratory of Instrumental Analytical Chemistry), and she is an Academic Class Teacher of “Analytical Techniques and Instrumentation in Environmental Analysis” and “Quality Assurance” for University of Nova Gorica (Slovenia) and “Chemical Risk” for University of Turin. She is a Member of the executive board of the Interdivisional Group of Separation Science of the Italian Chemical Society. She is Referee for international scientific journals and Expert Reviewer for research projects: National Plan for Research, Development and Innovation (from 2007 to 2013), Romania. She is coauthor of 53 papers in peer-reviewed international journals, 6 book chapters, 13 invited lectures, 100 presentations at conferences, and scientific meetings. Her research interests deal with separation sciences in analytical and environmental chemistry and include development of chromatographic methods (liquid ion-exchange, reversed-phase and ion-interaction) for determination of inorganic and organic species in environmental matrices; synthesis and characterization of new materials (mesoporous materials); evaluation of their retention properties against species of environmental interest; evaluation of their removal properties against pollutants; enrichment and preconcentration methods of metal species and organic compounds.
Biography Updated on 29 November 2011