University of Bern
Marek Tulej has completed his PhD from Basel University, Switzerland in 1999 and habilitation (Venia Docendi) in 2010 from Basel University (Physical Chemistry) and Bern University (Space Research). He is a head of Laser Mass Spectrometry Lab, a lecturer in Physics Institute, University Bern and serve as a staff member of Planetary Sciences and Space Research Division. He is involved in the development of a miniature analytical instruments for space missions (NGMS instrument for the Moon (Luna Glob, Luna Resurs) and NIM instrument for the Jupiter satellites (JUICE)). Currently, he i salso a Science Group Member for these missions. Marek has published nearly 100 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an editorial board member, journal, proposal and PhD thesis reviewer).
Physics and chemistry of interstellar clouds Origin and evolution of solar system Chemical composition of solar objects Space instrumentation and development of analytical instrumentation for chemical analysis of solids and gaseous samples