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Department of Chemistry

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Green Technology Group

Research and mission

Green Technology Group´s mission is to contribute to a sustainable development through research in chemistry. Our main research direction is the development of "green" extraction and analysis methods. Applications are found in the areas of agricultural and forest biorefinery and in food and nutrition. The second research direction is the production of particles and surfaces using supercritical carbon dioxide as a solvent. Central for GTG´s research is the use of supercritical carbon dioxide and pressurized hot water as processing media. These solvents have minor environmental impact, and they enable fast and efficient processes.

GTG Group picture December 2016. From left to right; front row: Fiona Nermark, Charlotta Turner, Margareta Sandahl, Romy Vásquez Villanueva; mid row: Linda Önnby, Jingwen Cui, Mingzhe Sun, Said Al-Hamimi, Larissa Cunico; back row: Simon Lundegard, Victor Abrahamsson, Jens Prothmann, Hafiz Abdul-Azeem.

Contact

Charlotta Turner, Prof.

E-mail:
Charlotta.Turner@chem.lu.se

Phone:
+46 (0)46-222 8125

+46 (0)706-222 752

Postal address:
Lund University
Department of Chemistry
Centre for Analysis and Synthesis
P.O. Box 124
SE-221 00 Lund
Sweden

Visiting address:
Kemicentrum
Getingev 60 /Sölvegatan 39
222 41 Lund

Internal mail:
Pick-up location 1

Group members

GTG Alumni

PhD students
Victor Abrahamsson
Firas Jumaah
Renata Jędrkiewicz
Jiayin Liu
Louise Ovaskainen
Sofia Lindahl
Michelle Co
Erik Petersson
Camilla Zettersten
Heidi de Brabandere
Panagiotis Arapitsas

Postdocs
Merichel Plaza Del Moral
Pontus Olin
Irene Rodriguez-Meizoso
Arwa Mustafa
Oskar Werner
Can Quan

Master students
Mar Coto Acosta
Stefania Sjöbeck
Amir Jabari
Petter Ekman Hyberg
Alicia Abellan Mayoral
Malin Johansson
Haitham El-Taliawy
Max Siebert
Wadia Kaddoura
Quique Sanchez Perez
Leire Mijangos Trevino
Iker Chasco Ilorente
Jenni Luukainen
Jenny Andersson
Pirjo Koskela
Mikael Fridén
Sandra Wende
Peter Eklund-Åkergren
Knut Almgren


Researchers/teachers
Esra Demirdogen
Negussie Megersa
Yirgalem Yigzaw
Monica Campos
James Kariuki
Monica Waldebäck