What is EACH?

This two-year Erasmus Mundus joint master’s programme, Excellence in Analytical CHemistry, focuses on analytical chemistry in the most diverse way. Our aim is to educate specialists in analytical chemistry qualified to work in chemical analysis laboratories and industry in senior positions related to e.g. food, pharmacy, environment, health, materials and chemical technology, etc.
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EACH blog and news

Agnes Heering successfully defended her PhD thesis on experimental realization of the unified pH scale

Agnes Heering successfully defended her PhD thesis on experimental realization of the unified pH scale On December 6, 2017 Agnes Heering, an alumna of AMS, the sister programme of EACH, […]

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Fluorescence spectroscopy course by visiting scholar Todd Pagano

During Nov 20 to Dec 1 we had the pleasure to host visiting scholar, prof. Todd Pagano from the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), USA. He conducted a two week-intensive […]

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LC-MS Method Validation online course (MOOC): 423 participants from 71 countries!

On Tuesday, November 28, 2017 the web course LC-MS Method Validation was launched for the second time as a MOOC (Massive Online Open Course). There are 423 registered participants (by […]

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Admission to the EACH programme is open!

We are glad to announce that the 2018 admission is officially open to the 4th intake of the Excellence in Analytical Chemistry (EACH) Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree programme! This […]

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MALDI‐FT‐ICR‐MS for Archaeological Lipid Residue Analysis: Cover Paper of JMS!

The Analytical chemistry group at UT recently received a very pleasant and well-deserved recognition: the paper MALDI‐FT‐ICR‐MS for Archaeological Lipid Residue Analysis J. Mass Spectrom. 2017, 52, 689-700 led by […]

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