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Professor Peter J. Schoenmakers: Winner of the 2011 Chromatographic Society Martin Medal - Dr Paul Ferguson
Dec 17 2010
Author: Dr Paul Ferguson on behalf of Unassigned Independent Article
Professor Peter J. Schoenmakers of the Faculty of Science, van‘t Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences at the University of Amsterdam has been awarded the 2011 Chromatographic Society Martin Medal.
The medal is named after Professor A.J.P. Martin who in 1978 gave permission for his name to be associated with this award. The ’Martin Medal’ is the highest honour the Society confers and is awarded to scientists
who have made outstanding contributions to the advancement of separation science. Peter becomes only the second scientist to be awarded both The Chromatographic Society’s medals having also received our Jubilee
Medal in 1989. While the committee acknowledged Peter’s broad research interests, his pivotal work in the field of polymer analysis, gas chromatography and more recently his work in the area of comprehensive two-dimensional chromatography help provide a fundamental understanding of chromatographic science across a range of disciplines. Other areas in which he is active include molecular-topology fractionation, matrix-assisted laserdesorption/ ionization mass spectrometry, monolithic columns, chip separations, data handling and chemometrics.
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