Contaminación Atmosférica
Jesús de la Rosa Head of the Associated Unit CSIC-Huelva Atmospheric Pollution
Daniel A. Sánchez-Rodas Navarro Associated Professor of Analytical Chemistry

Educational Background

B.Sc. Geology, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, 1988

Ph.D.  Geology, Universidad de Sevilla, 1992

Ph.D. Advisor: Antonio Castro

 

Predoctoral research: University of Saint Andrews (UK) (1991-1992)

Predoctoral advisor: Ed Stephens

 

Postdoctoral research: University of Glasgow (UK) (1992-1997)

Postdoctoral advisor: Graeme Rogers

 

 

Professional and university appointments

Vice-Rector of Research, University of Huelva (2010-2013)

Manager of the Research Central Laboratory of the University of Huelva (2006-2010)

Senior Researcher of the “Geology and Environmental Geochemistry RNM-347” research group (2007-2013).

Head of the Associated Unit of the  National Research Council of Spain-University of Huelva (CSIC-UHU) “Atmospheric Pollution” (since 2007)

 

 

Professional societies

Sociedad Española de Mineralogía

Sociedad Geológica de España

 

 

Bibliographical sketch

Jeús Damián de la Rosa Díaz was born in Huelva (Spain) in 1965. He received a B.Sc.in Geology from the Universidad de Sevilla in 1988. He spend a pre-doctoral research period at the University of Saint Andrews (UK). He obtained a Ph.D. in Geology in 1992 at the University of Seville. His postdoctoral research was performed at the University of Glasgow (UK), between 1992-1997. He continued his professional career at the University of Huelva,  where he has been promoted several times until the current position of Associate Professor in Geology (1996).

 

Prof. Jesús de la Rosa’s  work is devoted to the petrogenesis and geochemistry of igneous and metamorphic rocks of the Iberian Massif, Argentina and Norway, and Geochemistry of atmospheric aerosols and atmospheric pollution in Andalusia (Spain).

Educational Background

B.Sc. Chemistry, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, 1992

 

Ph.D.  Analytical Chemistry, Universidad de Huelva, 1997

Ph.D. Advisor: José Luis Gómez Ariza, Rafael Beltrán Lucena

 

Predoctoral research: Univertät Siegen, Germany (1992-1993)

Predoctoral advisor: Bernd W. Wenclawiak

 

Doctoral research: PS Analytical Ltd, Orpington, United Kingdom (1996)

Doctoral advisor: Peter Stockwell

 

Postdoctoral research: Syddansk Universitet, Odende, Denmark (2000)

Postdoctoral advisor: Kevin A. Francesconi

 

 

Professional and university appointments

Member of the Board of the Speciation Group of the Spanish Society of Analytical Chemisty (SEQA) (2004-2006)

Director of the Research Service Laboratory of the University of Huelva (2008-2010)

Senior Researcher of the “Geology and Environmental Geochemistry RNM-347” research group (since 2014).

 

 

Professional societies

Spanish Society of Analytical Chemistry (SEQA)

 

 

Bibliographical sketch

Daniel A. Sánchez-Rodas Navarro was born in Sevilla (Spain) in 1969. He received a B.Sc.in Chemistry from the Universidad de Sevilla in 1992. He spend a  pre-doctoral research period at the Universtät Siegen (Germany). Afterwards he moved to the Universidad of Huelva (Spain), where he obtained a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry in 1997. During his doctoral studies he stayed at PS Analytical in United Kingdom. His postdoctoral research was performed at the Syddansk Universitet (Denmark) in 2000. He started an appointment as Assistant Professor at the Universidad de Huelva (1998), where he has been promoted several times until the current position of Associate Professor in Analytical Chemistry (2007).

 

Prof. Sánchez-Rodas’ work is devoted to the development and application of analytical methodology  for speciation of both inorganic and organic compounds of metalloids (As, Sb and Se) in environmental and biological matrices (water, sediments, biota and air). His main interests are the coupling between chromatography (HPLC, GC), and atomic spectroscopic/mass detectors: Atomic Fluorescence Spectroscopy (AFS), inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (ICP-MS), and also the development of extraction methodologies for speciation studies based on mild extractants aided by energy sources (microwave, heating, ultrasound).

Centro de Investigación en Química Sostenible (CIQSO)

Edificio Robert H Grubbs, Campus de El Carmen

Universidad de Huelva

21007 Huelva