Solid State and Materials Chemistry Group - 2017

Postdoctoral Researcher

Henrik Andersen (Carlsberg Foundation Fellowship)


Current PhD students

Junnan Liu

Emily Cheung

Jennifer Stansby

Conrad Gillard

Lisa Djuandhi

Jimmy Wu

Michael Fenech

Matthew Teusner

Pierre Naeyaert (with Prof. Chris Ling at Sydney University)

  • A/Prof. Vittoria Pischedda (University of Lyon) 2019-2020

    Prof. Y Shirley Meng (University of California, San Diego) 2017

  • James Christian (CAP-XX)

    Divya Sehrawat (Croda)

    Damian Goonetilleke (KIT/BASF)

  • Charith Perera (Tesla and now Amazon)

    Ken Zhang (Siemens)

    James Bott (Ecoult)

    Othman Al Bahri (PhD, Cambridge)

  • Eleanor Parker

  • Michael Fenech

  • Kathleen Djohari

    Lisa Djuandhi (shared with Vinh)

    Sunny Wang

    Jimmy Wu

  • Bernd Schulz (shared with Sophie)

    Luke Steller (shared with Martin)

  • Damian Goonetilleke

    Mackenzie Hagan

    Othman Al Bahri |

  • James Christian

    Hieu Nguyen

    Saud Al Balushi

    James, Hieu & Saud in action for their 5 minute introductory seminars (8th of May 2014):

    4th Year (Honours) Students (ELEC 4120) Electrical Engineering

    James Bott (2016)

    Ken Zheng (2014)

    Ken in action (29th May 2014) - he's moving too fast!

    Charith Perera (2013/2014)

    Charith in action, explaining his poster and constructed gadgets to follow students (30th May 2014)

    Well done Charith!

  • Daniel Hagness

    Eleanor Parker

    Leonard Lee

    Pana Kapodistrias

    Michael Fenech

    Mitchell Curtis

    Henry Foster

    Kathleen Djohari

    Lisa Djuandhi

    Sunny Wang

    Jimmy Wu

    Jason Wooi

    King Foong

    Leon Schmechel

    Matthew Teusner

    Emily Cheung

    Laura Jeffress

    Damian Goonetilleke

  • Cameron Dover (2014/2015)

    Justin Tan (2014/2015)

    Othman Al Bahri (2014/2015)

    Paige Hawkins (2013/2014)

    Mackenzie Hagan (2013/2014)

    James Christian (2013/2014)

  • Henrik Andersen, Aarhus University (2016)

    Dorsasadat Safanama, National University of Singapore (S2 2013 / S1 2014)

  • Marine Harguindeguy, ENSIACET, France (S2 2013)

    Maxime Benoit, ENSIACET, France (S2 2013)

    Alexandra Hernandez, ENSIACET, France (S2 2013)

    Charlotte Serre, ENSIACET, France (S2 2013)

    Partial group photo taken on the School of Chemistry, Research Poster Day 2013.
    Moshiul Alam and Neeraj Sharma at the Australian Synchrotron, August 2013.
  • Bethany Yee

    Benjamin Malik

    Eric Foley

    Sunny Wang

    Emily Cheung

    Peter O'Mara

  • From the Ling group at the University of Sydney

    Zakiah Mohamed (2013/2014)

    From the Schmid group at the University of Sydney

    William Brant (2013/2014)

    Thomas Godfrey (2013/2014)

    Dennisa Murphy (2013/2014)

    From the D'Alessandro group at the University of Sydney

    Chanel Leong (2014)

  • James Christian 

    Invited Presentation: Carbon-based electrodes for better batteries, International Symposium on Next-Generation Batteries 2016, University of Wollongong (August 2016)

    UNSW Faculty of Science 1 minute thesis competition – People’s choice award (2016)

    AXAA Student Conference, Western Sydney University, Best PhD student talk (2015)

    Invited Presentation:Systematic study of graphene and selected derivatives as negative electrodes in sodium and lithium-ion batteries at the International Conference on Materials Science and Technology, Serpong, Indonesia (October 2014)

    Best Honours Student Presentation at the 2014 Symposium on Materials Chemistry, ANU Kioloa Campus (October 2014)

    Damian Goonetilleke 

    Invited Presentation: In-situ neutron powder diffraction studies of 26650 lithium-ion batteries, International Symposium on Next-Generation Batteries 2016, University of Wollongong (August 2016)

    Divya Sehrawat 

    Invited Presentation: Cs-doped P2-NaxMnO2 as an electrode material for sodium-ion batteries, International Symposium on Next-Generation Batteries 2016, University of Wollongong (August 2016)

    Junnan Liu 

    Best poster for the School of Chemistry Annual PhD Reviews 2017

    Invited Presentation: Electrochemically activated synthesis: An alternative solid-state synthetic method, 14th IUPAC International Conference on Novel Materials and their Synthesis (NMS-XIV) 2018, Guangzhou, China