Dear Chemistry Community:
On October 21, 2014, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Distinguished Scientist Georges Andre Guiochon passed away in the arms of his wife with his daughters holding his hands. After a successful bout against pneumonia, Professor Guiochon succumbed to neuromuscular failure due to Post-Polio Syndrome. His work as Professor in the Department of Chemistry since 1987 focused on the theory of non-linear chromatography and its applications in gas, liquid and supercritical fluid separation science. His UT efforts garnered awards too numerous to list but included 2 from ACS and the LCGC Lifetime Achievement Award, while he received honorary PhD degrees from the Universities of Pardubice, 1999; Ramon Llull, Barcelona 2002; Ferrara 2003; and Science and Technology, Liaoning 2010, and was inducted into the Spanish Academy of Science in 2011. He published 5 books and about 1100 peer-reviewed papers while performing research with over a hundred graduate students and post-docs.
written by Dr. Lois Beaver, wife of Georges
Events Planned to celebrate the life of Georges Guiochon
1) Lois’ family—funeral mass and lunch in Buffalo, NY Friday, Nov. 28.
2) Private interment in France at the Guiochon Family Crypt
Gathering in honor of Georges Guiochon
2:30 pm, Saturday, December 6, 2014
La Maison des Polytechniciens
12, rue de Poitiers
75007 PARIS, FRANCE
If you wish to participate, please respond by November 30 to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Celebration of a Scientist
Saturday, March 14, 2015
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
If you wish to participate, please respond to email@example.com to reach Rachel Rui, PhD, who will provide more information when it is available.