Charlotta Turner has a master degree in Chemistry from 1996 at Lund University, and a doctoral degree in Analytical Chemistry from the same university, in 2001. Turner went for a postdoc sejour at the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Berkeley, CA, USA (2001-2004), after which she returned to Sweden, to Uppsala University, where she initiated the Green Technology Group. Charlotta Turner received the Swedish King Carl XVI Gustaf's award for environmental science in 2005 and the SSF Ingvar Carlsson Award for returning postdocs in 2006.
In 2007, Turner obtained a junior research position from the Swedish Research Council for her research on particle formation by supercritical fluid technology, and in 2009 a senior research position ("rådsforskare") from the same council, in "Analytical chemistry for a sustainable development". Since December 2009, Turner is holding a lecturer position at Lund University. Turner´s research is in analytical chemistry, sustainable development and material design.
Green Technology Group
Turner´s research group, the Green Technology Group, consists of M.Sc. students, PhD students, postdocs and senior researchers in Analytical Chemistry and Pressurized Fluid Technology. Common for all projects is the goal to enable a more Sustainable Development. Read more about the Green Technology Group and the different research projects here!
Green Chemistry and Sustainable Development:
Pressurized Fluid Technology:
High Pressure Technology (ERASMUS Socrates course)
Professor, Analytical Chemistry
+46 (0)46-222 8125
+46 (0)706-222 752
Department of Chemistry
Centre for Analysis and Synthesis
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SE 221 00 Lund, Sweden
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