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Dr. Frank Steiner

Dionex Softron GmbH

frank.steiner@thermofisher.com

Frank Steiner graduated in chemistry before obtaining his doctorate in 1995 from Saarland University in Saarbrücken. This was followed by a postdoc position at the Centre d'Études Nucléaires de Saclay in France, where he worked on elemental analysis and isotope analysis with IC and IC-ICP/MS. He then returned to Saarland University, where he completed his habilitation in 2003. After a two-year period of research and teaching, he accepted in 2005 a position as LC Systems Manager at Dionex Softron GmbH, a part of Thermo Fisher Scientific.

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  • chemistry
  • analysis
  • elemental analysis

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