Ewa Bulska is a Professor working at the Faculty of Chemistry, University of Warsaw, Poland. Since 2005, Head of the Metrology in Chemistry Centre at the University of Warsaw. Since 2013, Director of Biological and Chemical Research Centre at the University of Warsaw.
Member of Committee of Analytical Chemistry of Polish Academy of Sciences (KChA PAN) and the Chair of the Analytical Spectrometry Working Group of KChA PAN; member of Polish Chemical Society; member of Board of POLLAB; member of Executive Committee of EUROLAB.
She is an author or co-author of over 190 scientific publications, few book chapters and several review papers in the field of analytical chemistry: inorganic and bioinorganic trace analysis; environmental, clinical and food samples; archeometry; atomic spectrometry (AAS, OES, MS); atom formation process in graphite furnace and in plasmas; mechanism of matrix interferences; hydride generation with AAS, ICP and MIP OES; investigation of speciation with GC MIP-OES, HPLC ICP-MS or solid sorbents; flow and flow injection system for AAS, OES and MS; use of EPMA, SIMS, XANES and LA ICP-MS for the investigation of surface and sub-surface domain of various solids (graphite, archeological samples, foods); isotopic dilution in ICP-MS; chemical isotope effects of Ga, In and Ge; metrology in chemistry. She contribute to the book “Inorganic Trace AnalyticsL Trace Element Analysis and Speciation”, ed. H.Matusiewicz and E. Bulska (De Gruyter, 2018), She is an author of monography “Metrology in Chemistry” (Springer, 2018).
Her achievement was recognised with a number of awards, in between with the prestige Bunsen-Kirchhoff Award, given by German Chemical Society (2004), Wiktor Kemula Award, given by Polish Chemical Society (2012), IUPAC’2015 Distinguished Women in Chemistry Award given by IUPAC (2015) and Jerzy Fijałkowski Award, given by Analytical Spectrometry Working Group of KChA PAN (2016).