Dr Manuel Miró Lladó

Dr Manuel Miró Lladó

Brief CV

Manuel Miró received his M.Sc. (1998) and Ph.D. (2002) in Chemistry at the University of the Balearic Islands, Spain. He has conducted post-doctoral research in several universities including the Technical University of Berlin, Technical University of Denmark and University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences in Austria. He is currently Associate Professor in Analytical Chemistry at the University of the Balearic Islands, Visiting Professor at Charles University (Czech Republic) and member of the IUPAC Chemistry and Environment Division. Since 2007 he is the Reviews Editor of Analytica Chimica Acta (Elsevier).

His publication record shows over 150 refereed articles including 9 book chapters, with an h-index of 32 and over 3000 citations.

He has delivered 40 oral presentations (29 as Keynote or invited lecturer) in international conferences on analytical chemistry, sample preparation, nanotechnology, environmental chemistry, and automation based on flow methodology. He has presented 102 poster communications in international conferences and symposiums.

He has supervised 6 PhD students in national and international universities (Technical University of Denmark, Mahidol University in Thailand and Universidade Federal de Bahía in Brasil).

He has been actively engaged in 18 national and international research projects (e.g., University of Melbourne and Charles University in Czech Republic) 10 of which as the Principal Investigator.

His research interests are focused on the development of on-line sample processing strategies for isolation and/or preconcentration of trace levels of environmental pollutants exploiting the various generations of flow injection, including Lab-on-a-Valve mesofluidic platforms, in hyphenation with modern analytical instrumentation.

Office Hours

Start Date End Date Day Start Time End Time Location
11/06/2016 31/07/2017 Friday 17.00 18.00 QA208

Subjects taught. Academic Year 2015-16

Subject Degree/campus
11351 - Liquid and Gas Chromatography
11403 - Soil Chemistry and Control

Subjects taught. Academic Year 2016-17

Subject Degree/campus
21409 - Basics of Analytical Chemistry
22405 - Chemistry
11351 - Liquid and Gas Chromatography
11403 - Soil Chemistry and Control

Research groups

Group Membership type
Flow injection and trace analysis (FI-TRACE) Main researcher