Philip J. Marriott

Centre for Green Chemistry, Monash University - Australia
He is Professor of Chemistry and Deputy Director of the Centre for Green Chemistry, Monash University - Australia. His main research interests include high resolution gas chromatography, fast gas chromatography, multidimensional gas chromatography (MDGC), comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography (GC×GC) coupled to Mass spectrometry, Detection transducers for GC, sensitive and selective technologies for chemical analysis, as well asolfactometry, flame photometry, N-, P-, halogens, capillary electrophoresis, High performance liquid chromatography, solid-phase microextraction and related extraction techniques, Development of systematic descriptions and predictions of separations. Main applications in his laboratory have been focused on analytical separations for essential oils analysis, Metabolomics, Petroleum/petrochemical analysis, Pesticides and pollutants, Fatty acids analysis, Illicit drugs and steroids, Food and beverages analysis, herbs, spices, wine, coffee, Traditional herbal materials, and Novel physicochemical process monitoring by separation methods.