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Prof. Dr. rer. nat. habil. Reiner Salzer

Dresden University of Technology

Bioanalytical Chemistry

01062 Dresden

 

Tel.: +49 - 351 - 463 - 32631
Fax.: +49 - 351 - 463 - 37188

 

email: reiner.salzer(at)chemie.tu-dresden.de

 

 

 

 

Curriculum Vitae

1942 born in Aue/Saxony, married since 1966, 2 daughters
1962/67 Study of Chemistry at the University of Leipzig
1971 Dissertation in Leipzig on IR band intensities
1975/76 Postdoc study in Ljubljana / Yugoslavia (supervisor: Prof. Dr. D. Hadzi)
1979 Habilitation at the University of Leipzig on "Specific Interactions and Conformations in Alkane Derivatives"
1990/91 Visiting Professor at the Chemical Institute of the University of Oslo
1990
Professor of Analytical Chemistry, Dresden University of Technology
Member of committees for renewal of East German universities
1991-2007 Head of the Institute of Analytical Chemistry of the TU Dresden
1995 Sabbatical leave at the Kansas State University, Manhattan/Kansas (Prof. Dr. W.G. Fateley) and at the National Research Council of Canada, Institute for Biodiagnosis, Winnipeg/Manitoba (Prof. Dr. H. Mantsch)
1997 Member of The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters
1999 Sabbatical leave at the National Institute of Health, Bethesda/Maryland (Dr. E.N. Lewis), Cornell Medical School New York and Rutgers University Newark/New Jersey (Prof. Dr. R. Mendelsohn), and at the National Research Council of Canada, Institute for Biodiagnosis, Winnipeg/Manitoba (Prof. Dr. H. Mantsch)
2007 Emich Plaque of the Austrian Society of Analytical Chemistry

2011

Clemens Winkler Medal of the Division Analytical Chemistry of the German Chemical Society (GDCh)

2012

Hanuš Medal of the Czech Chemical Society

2013

Ioannes Marcus Marci Medal of the Czech Ioannes Marcus Marci Spectroscopic Society

2015 "Tribute" of the Division Analytical Chemistry of the European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences

 

Scientific Interests

  • Molecular monitoring for early diagnosis of diseases
  • Polymers with biologically active functions (natural and artificial Ionchannels)
  • Electronic media in university education

     

since 1990 Member of Advisory Boards of international scientific journals (Vibrational Spectroscopy, Fresenius Journal of Analytical Chemistry, Chemische Technik, Asean Journal of Spectroscopy, Chemia Analityczna, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry)
1990 - 1998 Board Member (elected) of the German Working Group of Applied Spectroscopy (DASp)
1996 - 1999 Vice-Chairman (elected) of the Division Analytical Chemistry of the German Chemical Society (GDCh)
since 1997 German Delegate to the Division Analytical Chemistry of the European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences (EuCheMS)
1997 - 2001 Member of the GDCh Commission for Reforms in Chemistry Curricula
1999 - 2007 Member in Evaluation Committees of the German Wissenschaftsrat
2000 - 2003 Chairman (elected) of the GDCh Division Analytical Chemistry
2000 - 2007 Member (elected) of the Review Board Natural Sciences of the German Research Council (DFG)
2002 - 2009 Member / Chairman of the Selection Committee of the Fresenius Prize of the GDCh
2002 - 2010 Member of the "Bologna Commission" of the GDCh
since 2003 Head of the Study Group Education of DAC/EuCheMS
2006 - 2010 Member of the Label Committee for the Chemistry Eurobachelor® and Chemistry Euromaster®
since 2008 Member / Head of the Jury of the Robert Kellner Lecture of DAC/EuCheMS
2009 Visiting Professor at the Gadjah Mada University Yogyakarta/Indonesia
2009 - 2010 Vice-Chair of the Label Committee for the Chemistry Eurobachelor® and Chemistry Euromaster®
since 2010 Column Editor of "ABCs of Teaching Analytical Science" of Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry
since 2010 Series Editor of "Lecture Notes in Chemistry" of Springer
2012-2013 Vice-Chair of the Label Committee of ECTN for the Chemistry Eurobachelor® and Chemistry Euromaster® and the Chemistry Eurodoctorate
since 2013 Chair of the Label Committee of ECTN for the Chemistry Eurobachelor®, Chemistry Euromaster® and Chemistry Eurodoctorate


8 book, 15 patents, ca. 270 publications, ca. 460 lectures and posters

 
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