Ms Angie Davina   Tjandra
Casual Academic

Ms Angie Davina Tjandra

  • 2020 - current Doctor of Philosophy in Chemical Engineering (University of New South Wales, Australia)
  • 2020 - 2021 Certificate of completion in various personal development courses (Centre of Continuing Education, University of Sydney, Australia)
    • Statistics for non-statisticians 
    • Statistics using SPSS
    • Adobe Illustrator Level 1, and Level 2
    • Adobe Indesign Level 1
    • Introduction to UX Design
    • Financial Modelling 
    • Microsoft Powerpoint Level 2
  • 2020 Australia Graduate School of Management (AGSM) at UNSW - The Authentic Communicator: Activating Presence (University of New South Wales, Australia)
  • 2019 - 2020 Business Certificate BSB40215 - Business/Commerce (Navitas Professional, Australia)
  • 2014 - 2018 Bachelor of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Hons I & University Medal (University of Sydney, Australia)
Engineering
Sch: Chemical Engineering

Angie Davina Tjandra graduated with a B.Eng (Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering) from University of Sydney with Hons I & The University Medal, and was a recipient of "The NSW IChemE and Joint Chemical Engineering Committee of NSW Prize for the Best Undergraduate Thesis" by the Faculty of Engineering & IT.

Angie was an academic tutor from 2015 - 2017 at the University of Sydney, and acquired UNSW Taste of Research Scholarship from UNSW in 2015 to work under the supervision of Scientia Professor Rose Amal. In 2017, Angie received the Sydney Industrial Placement Scholarship from The University of Sydney to undertake her Hons Thesis at AB Mauri STC, North Ryde, Sydney for 6 months (full-time). Throughout her undergraduate degree, she was actively involved in student society, school and state organisations including Engineers Australia, Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE), SUCES, PPIA USYD.

Prior to coming to UNSW, Angie worked in various industry and start-ups as product development engineer, process engineer and wastewater engineer. She has acquired experience in diverse fields including 3D cell culture and bioprinting, yeast manufacturing & fermentation, membrane technology, wastewater treatment and others. During her work experience, she successfully developed an efficient end-to-end manufacturing process & QC methods for product commercialisation. She also authored documentations such as safety data sheet (SDS), certificate of analysis (CoA) and specification sheets, in accordance to the Model Code of Practice and industry best practices.

She also led the new website project, which won 6 accumulated awards from CSS Design Awards and awwwards, including Honors, Innovation Design Award, Special Kudos Award, Mobile Excellence, User Interface Design Awards and User Experience Design Awards. She was the director and producer of product photoshoot and videography.

Angie commenced her Doctor of Philosophy degree in 2019 at the School of Chemical Engineering at UNSW under the supervision of A/Prof Chandrawati (Nanotechnology for Food and Medicine (NanoFAM) Laboratory). Angie is a Scientia PhD candidate and her work focuses on developing colorimetric sensors for early cancer detection via breath test.

Angie is currently the president of the Chemical Engineering Research Society (CERS) at the School of Chemical Engineering, UNSW. She was previously the inaugural treasurer and the founding committee. Angie is also an experienced graphic designer and science illustrator. 

Location
Science and Engineering Building (E8) Level 4

Publications

Awards

2019 Scientia Scholarship for Higher Degree Research, University of New South Wales

2019 The New South Wales IChemE and Joint Chemical Engineering Committee of NSW Prize for The Best Undergraduate Thesis, University of Sydney

2018 University Medal, University of Sydney

2018 University of Sydney Academic Merit Prize, University of Sydney

2015 - 2018 Outstanding Overall Results in Chemical Engineering, University of Sydney

2018 Sydney Industrial Placement Scholarship, University of Sydney

2015 - 2018 Dean’s Excellency Award, University of Sydney

2015 - 2016 Particle & Catalysis Group Taste of Research (TOR) Scholarship, University of New South Wales

2015 Top 10% in CHEM1101, University of Sydney

2015 Best Engineering Design Prototype ENGG1803, University of Sydney

2014 Sue Harlen Merit Scholarship, Taylors College

2013 University of Sydney Foundation Scholarship, Taylors College

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