On the 3rd of September, 2020, EACH master students successfully defended their master’s theses!

On the picture from left to right: Nhung, Çigdem, Kim, Dariya, Aizhan, Jeewan, Jocelyn, and Marvy.

The topics of the theses demonstrated the wide scope of the field of EACH studies. They ranged from the application of near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy to liquid chromatography (LC) coupled with a fluorescence detector. The samples, that were analyzed, ranged from pharmaceutical ingredients to bituminous binders. Also, various chemical processes were studied, for example, saccharification, co-fermentation, and even monitoring of industrial processes were performed.

Full list of students and thesis topics:

  • Jocelyn CardenasFeasibility study on the use of near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy for the continuous monitoring of ethanol and propan-2-ol in amine mixture from ARKEMA La Chambre site
  • Kim EscrupuloRaman spectroscopy for online monitoring of high-pressure hydrogenation reaction in synthesis of an active pharmaceutical ingredient intermediate
  • Jeewan Babu RijalMethod development and validation for the analysis of avermectins in water, soil, and dung matrix using high-performance liquid chromatography and fluorescence detector for the application to study the dissipation of organic micro-pollutants in the environmen
  • Marvy GirgisMulticriteria analysis and relationship/models between chemical structure, rheology and standard characterization on novel bituminous binders
  • Aizhan KazmaganbetovaDetermination of ClO2 in the process of betaine bleaching
  • Nhung DangEvaluation of Raman spectroscopy for online measurement and monitoring of industrial processes
  • Dariya TukhmetovaOnline monitoring of simultaneous saccharification and co-fermentation (SSCF) process with mid-IR and low-field NMR spectroscopic methods

Congratulations and wishing you all the best for your future!

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