On the 3rd of June, 2020, six AMS master students successfully defended their master’s theses.

The defenders’ theses demonstrated the wide scope of the field of applied measurement science. The topics of their studies ranged from analytical chemistry to biochemistry, even including interdisciplinary bioelectrochemistry. In their experiments, various techniques were applied from solid-phase extraction combined with LC-MS/MS to x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.

On the photo, from left to right: Waseem Ahmad Iftikhar, Ohimai Kelvin Ijegbai, Adeyinka Jimoh Akintola, Antonio Ivan Manuell Nava, Joshua Onyeka Osagu, Dmytro Danilian.

Full list of students and thesis topics:

  • Waseem Ahmad Iftikhar: Determination antibacterials in river water by solid-phase extraction using LC-MS/MS
  • Ohimai Kelvin Ijegbai: The optimization of conditions for the start-up of anammox bacteria seeded with nonspecific biomass
  • Adeyinka Jimoh Akintola: Characterization of a Temperature Measurement System for Use in Vacuum
  • Antonio Ivan Manuell Nava: Nitrogen removal in anaerobic ammonium oxidation process-based bioelectrochemical system
  • Joshua Onyeka Osagu: Simultaneous Determination of Selected Antimicrobial Agents In Sewage Sludge By Pressurised Liquid Extraction And LC-MS/MS
  • Dmytro Danilian: X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy Studies of Carbon-Based Electrocatalytic Materials

Congratulations and wishing you all the best for your future!

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