María Celia García-Alvarez-Coque was born in Mexico City. In 1971, she moved with her family to Spain. She obtained her PhD degree in 1980 with award. Since 1997, she is Full Professor at the University of Valencia (Spain), where she has taught degree and post-degree courses during 40 years, mainly on fundamental topics in Analytical Chemistry. In 1986–1987, she made a post-doc stay at the University of Florida in Gainesville (USA) with Prof. James Winefordner. She has written over 3000 research articles, most focusing on HPLC, particularly on fundamental studies, secondary equilibria, and development of analytical methods for pharmaceutical and clinical samples. She has supervised the PhD. thesis of 22 students from several countries, is coauthor of the books Micellar Liquid Chromatography (with Prof. Alain Berthod) and Chemometrics (with Prof. Guillermo Ramis), and belongs to the editorial boards of Journal of Chromatography A, Separation and Purification Reviews and Current Chromatography.
Poster presentation 1: Calculation of the enantiomeric fraction through deconvolution of chromatographic peaks
Poster presentation 2: Modelling of retention in microemulsion liquid chromatography (MELC)