Research results in development / implementation of the new methods, methodologies, and advanced techniques of analytical control for assessment of the environmental pollution level (water, soil, sediments, air, waste products) with inorganic and organic substances and microbiological contaminants. Laboratory and field ecotoxicological assessment studies for chemicals / polluted environmental samples regarding their biodegradability, acute and chronic toxicity on different aquatic organisms (fish, green algae, planktonic and benthic crustacean, rotifers, ciliates, plants and bacteria).
Computerized high-tech detection technology of immunofluorescence labelled waterborne pathogenic bacteria See
Investigation on parabens occurrence in Romanian WWTP sludge by LC-MS/MS method See
Parallel between offline-SPE-LC-MS and direct injection LC-MS methods for acrylamide detection in drinking water at parts per trillion level See
Physicochemical quality evolution of groundwater from the area of an chemical platform See
Development of advanced analytical methodologies for the detection and identification of emerging contaminants and their biodegradation products from environmental factors (water, soil, sewage sludge) and biota See