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Collaborations

TESLA is collaborating with research groups worldwide from different disciplines (plant physiology, toxicology, material sciences, environmental science, epidemiology, nutrition science, etc…). Additionally, we work together with national metrology institutes like FDA and JCR especially for the development of methods and reference material for the determination of inorganic arsenic in food and feed.

Our industrial collaborations are either concerned with specific analytical problems encountered by our partner(s) or with the improvement of instrumental techniques. The companies are from the sector of oil and gas and petrochemicals, food companies or instruments manufacturer.

 

Australia

  • Enzo Lombi (Environ. Sci. – University of South Australia)

Bangladesh

  • icddr,b
  • National Heart Foundation Bangladesh
  • BSMMU
  • IEDCR
  • Prof. Shahid Akhtar Hossain (University of Dhaka)

Belgium

  • Frank Vanhaecke (Analytical Chemistry – University of Ghent, Belgium)

Brazil

  • Wladiana Matos (Universidade Federal do Ceara, Fortalesa)
  • Erico Marlon de Moraes Flores (Analytical chemistry – UFSM, Brazil)

Canada

  • Dirk Wallschlaeger (Environ. Sci. – Trent University Canada)
  • Iris Koch (Environ. Sci. – Royal Military College, Kingston, Canada)
  • Zoltan Mester (NRC, Ottawa, Canada)
  • Zuzana Gajdosechova (NRC, Ottawa, Canada)

Chile

  • Gaby Lobos (Universidad de Valparaiso, Chile)
  • Jorge Yanes (Chemistry – Universidad de Concepcion, Chile)
  • Waldo Quiroz (Ponteficia Universidad de Catholica de Valparaiso, Chile)

China

  • Fangje Zhao (Nanjing Agriculture University, China)
  • Ge Ying (Nanjing Agricultural University)

Czech Republic

  • Stanislav Musil (Institute of Analytical Chemistry of the Czech Academy of Science, Czech Republic)

Denmark

  • Katrin Loeschner (DTU – Denmark)
  • Jens Sloth (DTU, Denmark)

France

  • Dirk Schaumloeffel (CNRS, Pau, France)

Germany

  • Claudia Swart (PTB, Braunschweig, Germany)
  • Katharina Bluemlein (Chemical Safety & Assessments - Frauenhofer Institut, Germany)

Iceland

  • Helga Gunnlaugsdottir (matis, Iceland)
  • Asta Pettursdottir (matis,Iceland)

Ireland

  • Andreas Grabrucker (University of Limerick - Ireland)
  • Evin McGovern (Marine Lab Galway – Ireland)

Italy

  • Giuseppina Falasca (Biology – Sapienza University of Rome, Italy)
  • Warren Cairns (Ca'Foscari University of Venice, Italy)

Japan

  • Koichi Chiba (Environ. Chem. – Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan)

Mexico

  • Francisco (Paco) Barona-Gomez (Lab Nacional de Genomica para la Biodiversidad, Mexico)

Norway

  • Veronika Sele (NIFES, Bergen, Norway)
  • Jon Øyvind Odland (NTNO, Tromso, Norway)

Sweden

  • Jon Benskin (ACES, Stockholm University, Sweden)
  • Leo Yeung (Örebro University, Sweden)

Switzerland

  • Adrien Mestrot (Geography – University of Bern, Switzerland)

United Kingdom

  • Adam Price (Biological Sciences – University of Aberdeen)
  • Bettina Platt (Neuroscience – University of Aberdeen)
  • Chris Secombes (Biological Sciences – University of Aberdeen)
  • Gareth Norton (Biological Sciences – University of Aberdeen)
  • John Beattie (Rowett Institute, University of Aberdeen)
  • John Parnell (Geology - University of Aberdeen
  • John Danesh (Medicine – University of Cambridge)
  • Geoffrey Gadd (Microbiology - University of Dundee)
  • Andrew Bownlow (Veterinary Science, SMASS Inverness)
  • Andrew Meharg (Institute of Global Food Security, Queen’s University Belfast)
  • Ingrid Mainland (Archaeology, University of Highlands & Islands, Orkney)
  • Philippa Acough (SUERC, University of Glasgow)
  • Mark Taggart (Environmental Research Institute, UHI, Thurso)
  • Heidi Goenaga Infante (LGC, London)
  • Gabriela Peniche (Ecology – Edinburgh)
  • Rhys Green (Biology – University of Cambridge)

United State of America

  • Kirk Scheckel (US-EPA)

Europe - EU

  • M. Beatriz de la Calle (JCR, EU Commission)

 

Perkin Elmer

PS Analytical

Postnova

Tofwerk

Chevron USA Inc.

Johnson Matthey

Nalco-Champions UK

Genesis, UK

Equinor, Norway

Agilent

Group Leader

Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Chem. Dr.rer.nat. PhD

Jörg Feldmann

Institut für Chemie

Institut für Chemie

Phone:+43 316 380 - 5301


Office

Elisabeth Jenewein-Fleischer (morning) Claudia Fritz (afternoon)

Institut für Analytische Chemie
Universitätsplatz 1, 1. OG (Altbau)
8010 Graz

Phone:+43 (0)316 380 - +43 316 380 - 5300

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