Sam Peppou-Chapman handed in his PhD thesis on “Distribution and Depletion of Lubricant on Antifouling Liquid-Infused Surfaces” today. Well done! Sam joined Memjet as a MEMS scientist/engineer. Congratulations and best wishes for your new stage of career!
Alice Jeffery is joining the Neto group for her Daylell Scholar Program. Alice will be participating in the Sydney Nano grand challenge Advance Capture of Water from Atmosphere (ACWA) project, focusing on the study of water condensation onto surfaces. Welcome Alice!
We are happy to annuonce that Sam has been awarded the Faculty of Science Postgraduate Research Prize for Outstanding Academic Achievement! This is a prize in recognition of outstanding achievement in research publication.
We are delighted our review on liquid-infused surfaces is now out on Chemical Society Reviews “Life and death of liquid-infused surfaces: a review on the choice, analysis and fate of the infused liquid layer” Well done Sam on putting together a mammoth review!
Monthly group lunch still happening, but on zoom. Today’s theme is FUN food!
From today most of our lab activities are interrupted due to COVID-19. Group meetings go on zoom.
It’s been a pleasure hosting the visit of Dr Elisa Fadda, from Maynooth University. Elisa has delivered a seminar on molecular simulation to our group.
Congratulations Ahmed on the award of your PhD on 6th Mar 2020. Photo taken on our group celebration lunch in Newtown on 11th March in a lovely Thai restaurant!
Ahmed delivers his final PhD talk. Well done, Ahmed!
Miss Lilian Dalton is joining us as SUmmer Research Scholar. She is a current science undergraduate student in the University of Sydney. She will be carrying out a 6-weeks project investigating a bio-friendly lubricant that potentially could be used to infuse porous polymer surface for passive atmospheric water capture. Welcome Lilian!