I am a PhD candidate studying Surface Chemistry and Materials Science in the School of Molecular Sciences at the University of Western Australia.
My thesis is on the Structure and Properties of Solvents and Salts at Interfaces for Sustainable Consumption and Production.
My current project is on the Nanostructure of Self-Assembled Hybrid Solvents at Interfaces, which involves studying the structure of green and cheap solvents at the nanoscale, primarily using Atomic Force Microscopy.
The main aim of my research is to use the results to design low‑cost lubricants and electrolytes to improve the sustainability of fluids used in industry and to reduce waste generation through the recycling and reuse of solvents and salts.
My previous education includes graduating with a Bachelor of Science with First Class Honours in Chemistry and graduating with a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in finance; both are from the University of Western Australia.
Structure and Properties of Solvents and Salts at Interfaces for Sustainable Consumption and Production
Nanostructure of Self-Assembled Hybrid Solvents at Interfaces
Lab demonstrator for:
CHEM1001 - Properties and Energetics
CHEM1003 - Introductory Chemistry
Bachelor of Science, Chemistry, First Class Honours, The University of Western Australia
Award Date: 13 Dec 2019
Bachelor of Commerce, Finance, The University of Western Australia
Award Date: 19 Mar 2015
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Research expertise keywords
- Surface chemistry
- Materials science
- Atomic force microscopy
- Deep eutectic solvents
- Ionic liquids
- Sustainable resource management
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