As the CEO and Lead Scientist of AES, Dr. Tiemin Huang has over 25 years of experience in Analytical Chemistry, Separation Sciences, and Analytical Instrumentation. He has been working on the fundamental isoelectric focusing (IEF) process, whole column imaging detection capillary IEF (iCIEF) instrumentation, new method development and new technology commercialization since 1998. He made significant contributions to the development, commercialization, and application of iCIEF. Tiemin holds a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Waterloo. He is the co-inventor of the patent on high sensitivity fluorescent iCIEF and is the inventor of the patent application on preparative iCIEF and iCIEF-MS.
As a Scientific Advisor of AES, Dr. Gerard Rozing is a pioneer in High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) technology and has worked in the industry for over 30 years. He has been widely recognized by the separation science community as an outstanding researcher for his ability to bridge fundamental science with technical solutions in an industrial environment. Dr. Rozing has authored 57 well-cited publications, mainly in the separation sciences, and holds six U.S. patents.
As a Scientific Advisor of AES, Dr. Xing-Zheng Wu has been involved in capillary electrophoresis (CE) research since 1992. He is the first author of the paper (Electrophoresis, 16, 1474-1478 (1995)), which described the first iCIEF cartridge with membrane technology that allows continuous sample injection and analysis. He published over 80 original works in the fields of in-capillary pre-concentration for CE separation and detection of low concentration samples. In addition to CE, his research interests include optical beam deflection method, fluorescence, chemiluminescence, and nano-particles. Dr. Wu is a Professor of Fukuoka Institute of Technology in Japan. He holds a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Tokyo.
For helping AES commercialize breakthrough technologies, the federal Government of Canada and provincial Government of Ontario have provided us strong support, mainly from the Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP) and Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE).
- Professor Shan at York University
- Professor Mielke at University of Waterloo
- Professor Ren at University of Waterloo
- Professor Stutz at University of Salzburg
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