Prof. Bernhard Lendl

        Bernhard Lendl received his PhD degree in Technical Chemistry from TU Wien in 1996. In 2001 he became associate professor at TU Wien. Since 2011 he heads the research division on Environmental and Process Analytical Chemistry at TU Wien where he was also appointed full professor for Vibrational Spectroscopy in 2016. His research focuses on advancing analytical sciences through the development of novel analytical techniques and instrumentation based on infrared and Raman spectroscopy and their application to environmental and process analytical chemistry, material characterization as well as bio-medical diagnostics. Since August 2023 he is also honorary professor at the University of Nottingham.

Lendl is recipient the Norman Sheppard Award from the IRDG (2022), the Agilent Thought Leader Award (2021), the Anton Paar Research Award (2018), the Robert Kellner Lecture DAC (EuCheMS) in 2015.


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