Dr. Anagnostopoulos received his M.Sc. in Analytical Chemistry (Environmental Track) and his Ph.D. in Radiochemistry from University of Patras, Greece.
He has extensive research experience in radioanalytical techniques and his projects have involved radionuclide speciation modelling, kinetic and thermodynamic studies of actinides' interaction with natural organic matter, as well as the use of Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis (INAA) for environmental sample analysis.
He has participated in worldwide standard material testing trials organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), while he has spearheaded projects funded by the Department of Energy-Office of Environmental Management and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
B.Sc. Chemistry, University of Central Florida
Jordan's research focuses on the solid interfacial redox reactions between minerals and sparingly soluble radionuclide phases, as well as metal dissolution promoted by Low Molecular Weight Organic Acids.
B.Sc. Chemistry, Clemson University
Morgan's research involves complexation and speciation studies of metals and radionuclides with Low Molecular Weight Organic Acids and siderophores and their environmental stability.
Ilana is a chemistry major and her project deals with the oxidative dissolution of radionuclide reduced forms due to interactions with Mn(III) minerals.
Drew is a chemistry major and is currently studying the redox reactions between low-valence mineral oxides and sparingly soluble radionuclide forms.
Lauren is a chemistry major. She is currently studying the role of cations on the passivation of redox properties of higher valence manganese oxides.
David is a chemistry major and his studies involve the role of secondary precipitates in the passivation of redox reactive minerals.
Travis is pursuing his B.Sc. in chemistry. He is currently studying the environmental fate of siderophore-heavy metal complexes.
Steven's project focuses on the incorporation of reduced Tc-99 into iron-titanates.
Djordje is studying the dissolution of technetium sulfides in the presence of inorganic ligands.
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