Hartwig Schulz

Julius Kuehn-Institute, Germany

1979-1982: Ph.D. student at the Institute of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, Universität in Kiel, Germany, 1983-1986: Research Associate at the Institute for Human Nutrition and Food Sciences, Universität in Kiel, Germany. Main topics of research: occurrence of tocochromanols in nature, physiological studies of tocopherols in premature babies, development of techniques for isolation of plant lipid substances, 1986-1995: Head of the Research Department “Central Analytics” of DRAGOCO AG in Holzminden, Germany (today: "Symrise" , one of the worldwide leading producers of flavor and fragrance materials), since 1995: Head of the Institute for Ecological Chemistry, Plant Analysis and Stored Product Protection (JKI) in Berlin and Quedlinburg, Germany, Member of the managing board of the „German Society for Quality Research on Plant Foods“ (DGQ), Member of the Scientific Research Board of Drugmakers in Germany (FAH), Member of the "Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker" (GDCh), Member of the Technical Committee "Phytoextracts" of the Dechema Society in Germany, Editor of “Journal of Applied Botany and Food Quality”, Member of the Editorial Board of “Asian Chemistry Letters”, Member of the Editorial Board of “Folia Horticulturae”, Member of the Editorial Board of “Journal für Kulturpflanzen”, Member of various International Scientific Committees focused on Vibrational Spectroscopy and Plant Quality, Areas of expertise: Charaterisation of plant substances by vibrational spectroscopy methods (MIR, NIR, Raman), analytical characterisation of essential oil and aroma plants by GC-MS and LC-MS, Identification of valuable secondary substances in medicinal and spice plants as well as fruit and vegetable, metabolomic analysis of plant material. International Cooperations with numerous EU countries, Turkey, USA, South Africa, Russia and China have been funded by EU, BMELV, BMBF, DAAD.

Biography Updated on 21 May 2012

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