professor of chemistry, doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Analytical method development for solutions and nanoparticle samples, with special emphasis on the advancement of the single particle ICP-MS method.
Laser induced plasma
Development of LIBS systems and analytical methods for quantitative and qualitative tasks - including industrial and field analytical problems as well.
Brief curriculum vitaePlace and date of birth: Szeged, May 27, 1968.Nationality: HungarianMarital status: married (Gabriella Galbács-Szabó), one daughter (Rebeka)Foreign languages: Hungarian, English, German, Russian1982 - 1986 Radnóti Miklós Gymnasium (Szeged), chemistry specialization1987-1992 József Attila University (JATE, Szeged), chemistry and physics double majors1993 - 1995 József Attila University (JATE, Szeged), environmental science 1995 Postgraduate course in Ecotechnie (Szeged/Brussels)1998 PhD and Candidate of Science (CSc) degree in chemistry (JATE)2013Doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, analytical chemistry2014Habilitation (University of Szeged)1995 - 1998 JATE Department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, assistant researcher1998 - 2002 JATE/SZTE Department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, assistant professor 2002 - 2018 SZTE Department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, associate professor2014- SZTE Department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, head of department2018- Department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, full professor1992 - Member of the Hungarian Chemical Society (MKE)1994 - 2015 Member of the Csongrád County Executive Committee of MKE (Secteraty between 1998 and 2005)1995 - Member of the Spectrochemical Society (Secretary between 2003 and 2015)1996 - Member of the Environmental and Analytical Chemistry Committee of MTA SZAB1997- 2015 Member of the Spectrochemical Working Committee of MTA (Secretary between 2012 and 2015) 1998 - Member of the Public Body of MTA1998-2003 Member of the American Chemical Society2002 - Member of the advisory board of the Meleg István Alapítvány a Kémia Oktatásért (Szeged)2002 - Member of the Materials Science Committee of MTA SZAB2006 - Member of the Quality Assurance Committee of SZTE TTIK2013 - Core member of the Chemistry Doctoral School of SZTE, head of the Analytical Chemistry Programme2015 - Chairman of the Spectrochemical Working Committee of MTA1992, 2005, 2018 Award of Niveau, Hungarian Chemical Society 1997, 2004 Certificate of excellence, Hungarian Chemical Society1998 “Promotio Sub Auspiciis Praesidentis Rei Publicae” Golden Ring of the President of Hungary1999 “Best Practical Teacher”, Quantitative Analytical Chemistry (EPSU – SZOTE)2016Knight of Cross from the Order of Merit of the Hungarian RepublicInternational cooperations: USA, Germany, Holland, Sweden, Belgium, Austria, Czech Republic, SpainMain cooperating institutions within Hungary: SZTE, MTA EK, Wigner FKK, DE, MTA SZBK, MTA ATOMKI
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A. Metzinger, D.J. Palásti, É. Kovács-Széles, T. Ajtai, Z. Bozóki, Z. Kónya, G. Galbács: Qualitative discrimination analysis of coals based on their laser-induced breakdown spectra,Energy Fuels 30 (2016) 10306-10313.A. Metzinger, A. Nagy, A. Gáspár, Zs. Márton, É. Kovács-Széles, G. Galbács, The feasibility of liquid sample microanalysis using polydimethylsiloxane microfluidic chips with in-channel and in-port laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy detection, Spectrochim. Acta Part B 126 (2016) 23-30.I. Kálomista, A. Kéri, G. Galbács: On the applicability and performance of the single particle ICP-MS method in cases complicated by spectral interferences, J. Anal. At. Spectrom. 31 (2016) 1112-1122.G. Galbács, H. Szokolai, A. Kormányos, A. Metzinger, L. Szekeres, C. Marcu, F. Peter, C. Muntean, A. Negrea, M. Ciopec, A. Jancsó: Cd(II) capture ability of an immobilized, fluorescent hexapeptide, Bull. Chem. Soc. Japan 89 (2016) 243-253.M. Wagner, A. Kohut, Zs. Geretovszky, M. Seipenbusch, G. Galbács: Observation of fine-ordered patterns on electrode surfaces subjected to extensive erosion in a spark discharge, J. Aerosol. Sci. 93 (2016) 16-20.
A. Kéri, I. Kálomista, D. Ungor, Á. Bélteki, E. Csapó, I. Dékány, T. Prohaska, G. Galbács:Determination of the structure and composition of Au-Ag bimetallic spherical nanoparticles using single particle ICP-MS measurements performed with normal and high temporal resolution, Talanta 179 (2018) 193-199J. Feng, R. Geutjens, N.V. Thang, J. Li. X. Guo, A. Kéri, S. Basak, G. Galbács, G. Biskos, H. Nirschl, H.W. Zandbergen, E. Brück, A. Schmidt-Ott: Magnetic phase transition in spark-produced ternary LaFeSi nanoalloys, ACS Appl. Mater. Interf. 10 (2018) 6073-6078.I. Kálomista, A. Kéri, D. Ungor, E. Csapó, I. Dékány, T. Prohaska, G. Galbács: Dimensional characterization of gold nanorods by combining millisecond and microsecond temporal resolution single particle ICP-MS measurements,J. Anal. At. Spectrom. 32 (2017) 2455-2462.A. Kohut, L. Ludvigsson, B.O. Meuller, K. Deppert, M.E. Messing, G. Galbács, Zs. Geretovszky: From plasma to nanoparticles: optical and particle emission of a spark discharge generator,Nanotechnology 28 (2017) 475603.A. Sápi, A. Kéri, I. Kálomista, D.G. Dobó, Á. Szamosvölgyi, K.L. Juhász, Á. Kukovecz, Z. Kónya, G. Galbács: Determination of the platinum concentration of a Pt/silica nanocomposite decorated with ultra small Pt nanoparticles using single particle inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry, J. Anal. At. Spectrom. 32 (2017) 996-1003.
University of Szeged, Department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry 6720 Dóm square 7, Szeged, Hungary Second floor, room No. 239Phone: +36-62-544013E-mail: email@example.com
Design and fabrication of microfluidic chips for laser spectroscopy applications. Development and characterization of fluorescent molecular probes and fiber optic sensors.
Study and development of novel data evaluation approaches for spectroscopy (e.g. signal normalization, background correction, calibration, spectrum comparison, etc.).
Study of inductively coupled, laser induced and spark plasmas using imaging and spectroscopy tools. Development of experimental tools for plasma diagnostics.
Applied trace analysis
We provide trace analytical support for various research projects within the fields of chemistry, biology, geology, etc. Industrial projects are also common.