PhD - 2016 – Intelligent Polymer Research Institute, University of Wollongong, Australia.
B.Sc. (2006) & M.Sc. (2008) - Dep. Polymer Eng. & Color Tech., Tehran Polytechnic, Iran.
Sina Jamali is an ARC DECRA Fellow at School of Chemistry. His research centres around electrochemistry of materials and cells. He works closely with Scientia Professor Justin Gooding within the Smart Materials and Surfaces Research Group.
Graduated Ph.D. under Prof Gordon Wallace from ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES) at University of Wollongong (2016), Postdoctoral Research Fellow and Lecturer, University of Wollongong (2016-2020), Project leader at ARC Research Hub for Australian Steel Innovation (2017-2019), Growth and Innovation Technology Leader, Hexion, Melbourne (2020-2021).
Discovery early career research award (DECRA) DE210101137 - Exploiting biological noise for next generation electrochemical biosensors - $458,665
2013 - Bill Wheeler award for outstanding research in Medical Bionics
My research revolves around the intrinsic noise that is generated by electrochemical reaction and cellular metabolism. The goal is to capture these naturally occurring events and use the information as a diagnostic tool.
CHEM2041-Analytical Chem: Essential Meth
CHEM3061-Chemistry of Materials