• The University of Western Australia (M017), 35 Stirling Highway, Room 1.76, Electrical Engineering Building, Crawley campus

    6009 Perth

    Australia

  • 1301 Citations
  • 16 h-Index
19952019
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Biography

Professor Gia Parish joined The University of Western Australia as an Australian Postdoctoral Fellow in 2001. She received the B.Sc. degree in Chemistry in 1995, and B.E. and M.Eng.Sc. degrees in electronic engineering in 1995 and 1997, respectively, all from The University of Western Australia, and the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering in 2001, from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Her main research interests are III-V nitride materials and devices, and more recently porous silicon. Specific interests within these areas currently include development of processing technology, transport studies, and development of novel chem- and bio-sensors.

Roles and responsibilities

Professor , Department of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering
Associate Dean (Research), Faculty of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences

Industrial relevance

development of chemical sensor arrays for in-situ industrial and environmental monitoring

Research

semiconductor materials and devices

chemical sensors

ion sensors

biosensors

gallium nitride

porous silicon

MEMS

 

Education/Academic qualification

Electrical Engineering, Doctor of Philosophy, University of California at Santa Barbara

Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Master of Engineering Science, The University of Western Australia

Electronic Engineering, Bachelor of Engineering, The University of Western Australia

Chemistry, Bachelor of Science, The University of Western Australia

Keywords

  • Bioengineering
  • Environmental
  • Defence
  • Agriculture and Food
  • Mining and Resources
  • Semiconductor materials and devices
  • Compound semiconductors
  • Chemical sensors
  • Biosensors
  • Sensor arrays
  • Micro-electronics

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Projects 2000 2019

Research Output 1995 2018

Density Functional Theory simulations of water adsorption and activation on the (-201) β-Ga2O3 surface

Anvari, R., Spagnoli, D., Parish, G. & Nener, B., 23 May 2018, In : Chemistry - A European Journal. 24, 29, p. 7445-7455

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Density functional theory
Chemical activation
Adsorption
Water
Vibrational spectra
Hall mobility
Electrolytes
Heterojunctions
conductivity
Two dimensional electron gas
microbeams
Porous silicon
porous silicon
Silicon
Structural integrity

Theoretical study of the influence of surface effects on GaN-based chemical sensors

Anvari, R., Spagnoli, D., Umana-Membreno, G. A., Parish, G. & Nener, B., 15 Sep 2018, In : Applied Surface Science. 452, p. 75-86 12 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Chemical sensors
Electrolytes
Oxides
Reaction rates
Ions

XPS/NEXAFS spectroscopic and conductance studies of glycine on AlGaN/GaN transistor devices

Myers, M., Khir, F. L. M., Home, M. A., Mennell, C., Gillbanks, J., Tadich, A., Baker, M. V., Nener, B. D. & Parish, G., 30 Mar 2018, In : Applied Surface Science. 435, p. 23-30 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Glycine
Amino acids
Transistors
X ray photoelectron spectroscopy
Heterojunctions