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Xiaojiang Xie

Université de Genève

is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Prof. Eric Bakker’s research group at the University of Geneva. Between obtaining his Bachelor’s degree from Nanjing University in China and starting his studies in Geneva, he worked for half a year in WuXi AppTech (Shanghai) and one year and a half in the State Key Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry for Life Science at Nanjing University. His research interests include electro­chemical and optical sensors for ions, sensor miniaturi­sation, photoelectric conversion, photoactive sensors, the design and synthesis of new functional materials, and new sensor concepts for measuring carbon dioxide.

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Detecting and manipulating ions

The pH electrode is now ubiquitous for the monitoring of chemical processes. Progress in materials chemistry and fundamental methodology opens the door to new exciting approaches. (…)

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    Prof. Dr. Gérard Hopfgartner

    Gérard Hopfgartner, studied chemistry at the University of Geneva and received his Ph.D. degree in 1991 in the field of organic geochemistry and mass spectrometry. He pursued his formation as a postdoctoral fellow at Cornell University in the domain of LC-MS/MS atmospheric pressure ionizati ... more

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