In October, we welcomed Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Loock from Queen‘s University, Kingston in Ontario, for a three-months research stay funded by DAAD. We look forward to working with Hans-Peter Loock and his team on a project related to the development of fibre-optic sensors for process control of industrial non-ferrous metal smelters. We also plan to initiate further research projects, publications and academic exchanges during this visit.
Professor Loock is a highly renowned scientist in the fields of optical spectroscopy, sensing and analytics. He is a fellow both of the Optical Society of America and the Chemical Institute of Canada. Since 2015, he has been in the supervisory board of the Canadian Society for Chemistry, and one year later he became head of the Department of Chemistry at Queen‘s University. From January 2020, Professor Loock will serve as Dean of the Faculty of Science at the University of Victoria (British Columbia, Canada).
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