The Pittsburgh Conference Achievement Award (Dauenhauer)
Resa Stauffer, The Pittsburgh Conference
08:30 AM Introductory Remarks -
08:35 AM Presentation
08:40 AM Universal Carbon Detector (UCD) for Calibration-Free Quantification of Complex Mixtures
09:15 AM At-Line Approach Combining Automated Sample Preparation and Gas Chromatography with Universal Carbon Response
09:50 AM Total Hydrocarbon Analysis with the TOtM Reactor
10:25 AM Recess
10:40 AM The Expanded Toolbox of Universality of Non-Mass Spectrometric Detection for Gas Chromatography
11:15 AM GC and GC/MS of Rocket Fuels and Bomb Residues
Paul Dauenhauer, the University of Minnesota, will receive the 2017 Pittsburgh Conference Achievement Award, presented by the Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh.
Paul Dauenhauer received a B.S. in chemical engineering and chemistry from the University of Wisconsin 2004, and a Ph.D. in chemical engineering from the University of Minnesota in 2008. His thesis on the reactive flash volatilization of carbohydrates for millisecond reforming of biomass was supervised by Professor Lanny D. Schmidt. From 2008 to 2009, Paul worked as a senior research engineer for the Dow Chemical Company. In 2009, he joined the University of Massachusetts as an assistant professor. He is currently an associate professor at the University of Minnesota in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science.