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17 July 2016

Welcome Assoc. Prof. Tomohito Kameda from the University of Tohoku, Sendai, Japan.

“I am looking forward to learn the synthesis of porous inorganic materials from Rachel’s group and applied to my research on surface organic functionalization for enhanced wasterwater treatment applications,” said Tomohito during his first presentation in the School of Chemistry, University of Melbourne.

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24 March 2016

Congratulations to Natalita M. Nursam for passing her Ph.D thesis titled ‘Porous titania-based composite materials and their high-throughput photocatalytic evaluation for environmental remediation’.

23 March 2016

Congratulations to Erwin F. Rodriguez-Tolava for passing his Ph.D thesis titled ‘Titanium based oxides as high performing materials for lithium batteries’.

7-11 February 2016

Jeannie Tan attended and presented her research work at the International Conference of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 2016 in Canberra, Australia. Her travel was supported by the PFPC travel grant.

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24-29 January 2016

Jeannie Tan attended and presented her research work at the 40th International Conference and Expo on Advanced Ceramics and Composites at Daytona beach, Florida. Her travel was supported by the PFPC travel grant and GE Global Research.

15 December 2015

Wuqiang Wu attended and presented his research work at the Pacifichem 2015 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. His travel was supported by a Tom Healy Award and PFPC travel grant.

19 November 2015

Internal group workshop on ‘Writing & Publishing Papers’.

26 October 2015

Congratulations to Yasmina Dkhissi for passing her PhD, with a thesis entitled “Solid-state thin film solar cells on polymer substrates”.

03 July 2015

Congratulations to William McMaster for passing his PhD, with a thesis entitled “Biomaterial porous networks of hydroxyapatite and titanium dioxide”.

29 June 2015

Natalita Nursam attended and presented her research work at the 8th International Conference on Materials and Advanced Technologies of the Materials Research Society (MRS) of Singapore in Singapore. Her travel was supported by a PFPC travel grant.