Charlotta Turner is a Professor in Analytical Chemistry at Lund University in Sweden. She obtained a Master’s degree in Chemistry from Lund University in 1996, and a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from the same university in 2001. Charlotta did her postdoc at the U.S. Department of Agriculture laboratory in Albany, California (2001-2004), after which she returned to Uppsala University where she started her research group, the Green Technology Group. In 2007, she obtained a junior researcher position from the Swedish Research Council for her research on particle formation by supercritical fluid technology, and two years later in 2009, she obtained a senior researcher position in "Analytical chemistry for a sustainable development" from the same research council. Since December 2009, she has been a lecturer at Lund University, and in 2012 she became a professor.
Green Technology Group
Charlotta Turner´s research group consists of M.Sc. students, Ph.D. students, postdocs and senior scientists conducting research in green analytical chemistry, sustainable development and supercritical fluid processing. A common goal of all of her projects is to enable more sustainable development. She has received several awards for her research, including the Swedish King Carl XVI Gustaf's award for environmental science, the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF) Ingvar Carlsson Award for returning postdocs and the Herbert J. Dutton Award for analytical chemistry. Read more about the Green Technology Group and the different research projects here!
Charlotta Turner's blog
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