Maxime Grand

Max is a Research Fellow at the University of Southampton National Oceanography Centre, where he collaborates with the Sensors Group to optimise, validate and deploy Lab On Chip sensors for low-level macronutrient determinations in seawater. He obtained his PhD in Oceanography from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa in September 2014, followed by an eight-month postdoctoral appointment. His research interests include the biogeochemistry of bioactive trace elements and tracers in the remote ocean along with the development of novel wet chemical analyzers using mesofluidic (Lab On Valve: LOV) and microfluidic (Lab On Chip: LOC) flow systems.