Regional Associate Editor for Europe
studied physics at the University of Duisburg/Essen and completed his PhD in physics at the University of Hohenheim. He was a senior scientist at the Institute for Analytical Sciences, Dortmund and Berlin (from 1983 to 2009) and is now Head of BAM's Division I.1 Inorganic Chemical Analysis and Reference Materials (since July 2009). His research interests include inorganic trace and ultra trace analysis of liquids and solids by use of ICP-MS and GD-MS, elemental speciation analysis and development of elemental tags for quantitative detection of biomolecules. He has received awards including the Alan Date Memorial Award from VG Elemental, Surrey, GB (1990), Zimmer International Scholar from University of Cincinnati, USA (2005) and a Waters Symposium Award for Pioneers in ICP-MS (2006).
Norbert Jakubowski's Website
BAM - Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing
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Norbert Jakubowski talks to Laura Howes about childhood experiments, element-omics and what he'd like to learn from Einstein.