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Glass smithing on the micro and nano scales

Dating as far back as 3500 years when the ancient Egyptians and Mesopotamians began glazing pottery, glass processing and “smithing” has evolved into many forms culminat more...

Supervisor(s): Canning, John (Honorary Professor)

Computational study of the structure and dynamics of supercooled liquids

Amorphous or glassy solids represent one of the last great challenges for materials science, chemical physics and condensed matter physics. These important materials present us with more...

Supervisor(s): Harrowell, Peter (Professor), Hudson, Toby (Dr)

Encapsulated Next generation perovskite solar cells

This project will build the next generation of photovoltaic solar cells for addressing the air-conditioning load in buildings by converting their facades to energy harvesting surfac more...

Supervisor(s): McKenzie, David (Professor)

The pharmacology and toxicity of synthetic cannabinoids

Synthetic cannabinoid containing products have become available in Australia since about 2010 with brand names such as Spice, Kronic, K2, Tai High and Zeus. Although these products more...

Supervisor(s): McGregor, Iain (Professor)

New self-assembled monolayers for surface modification of surfaces in electronic components

Investigation of the new families of self-assembled monolayers to be used with non-protic solvents. more...

Supervisor(s): Neto, Chiara (Associate Professor)

Upconverting nanoparticle in DNA-linked plasmonic dimer for biosensing

This project aims to develop a solution-based plasmonic enhanced biosensor. more...

Supervisor(s): Palomba, Stefano (Associate Professor)

Multimodal emotion recognition

This project aims to develop novel techniques for automatically recognizing emotions through combining physiology, behaviour, facial expressions and language. more...

Supervisor(s): Calvo, Rafael A. (Associate Professor)

Designing new nano-structured materials for solar energy and health

While methods for making nanostructured materials are often slow or energy intensive, self-assembly of nanoscale objects promises to be scalable and low-energy and could thus propel more...

Supervisor(s): Widmer-Cooper, Asaph (Dr)