Jose Luis Mas

University of Seville, Spain

Jose Luis Mas received his M.A. degree in physics from U.N.E.D., Madrid. He earned his Ph.D. degree in 2002 from the University of Sevilla, which was mainly focused on the detection of artificial radionuclides by quadrupole ICP-MS. After a research stay in Japan, he has taken different positions (Associate researcher, Lecturer, and Assistant Professor) in applied physics at the Universities of Huelva and Sevilla until 2010, when he became a Full Associate Professor at the University of Sevilla. His main interests are the development of methodologies for the quantification of both stable and radioactive isotopes in the environment using either radiometric methods, ICP-MS and, to a minor extent, AMS. His interest on the environmental application of these methodologies covers both the assay of the impact of industrial activities (being a Member of the International Union of Radioecology) and the characterization of environmental processes using stable and radioactive tracers.

Biography Updated on 4 September 2011

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