ECMS researchers recognised by The Australian
Congratulations to the ECMS researchers who have been named in The Australian's special report on Research.
Early Achievers Leaderboard
This list is comprised of Australia’s top 40 researchers who are less than 10 years into their careers.
Dr. Duan has been dedicated to seeking feasible applications of nanomaterials in environmental remediation and facilitating mechanistic insights into carbocatalysis with advanced protocols
His research areas include:
- Heterogeneous and green catalysis
- Environmental remediation and advanced oxidation
- Development of functional materials and nanotechnology
- Solar-energy utilization
- Theoretical calculation
Dr Jiao's research aims to design catalyst materials for the production and utilisation of clean fuels that do not pollute our planet; these fuels include
- green ammonia
Using hydrogen, carbon and nitrogen as energy carriers, correspondingly, these fuels could be generated from renewable sources (such as wind or solar).
Dr Ghayesh's researches the applications of Dynamics, Vibrations, and Control:
- Biomechanical Analysis of Cardiovascular Systems for Heart Attack Prediction
- Nanotechnologies and Microtechnologies for Performance Enhancement of Micro-Machines and Nano-Machines
- Sustainable Engineering and Renewable Energy: Wave Energy Converters and Vibration-based Energy-Harvesters
- Biomedical Robotics (Robot Assisted Physical Rehabilitation)
- Fluid-Structure Interaction Behaviour of Mechanical Systems
- Systems Made of Smart Materials
- Motion control of Mechanical Systems
Congratulations again to our talented researchers.
Lifetime Achievement Leaderboard
Stars of research
Our ECMS researchers are amongst Australia’s top 40 researchers.
Dr Qiao's research interests include synthesis and characterisation of nanoporous materials and nanoparticles as well as their applications in catalysis, drug and gene delivery, energy storage and conversion (fuel cell, lithium ion battery, supercapacitor and photocatalysis).
He has co-authored more than 370 papers in refereed journals, has filed three patents on novel nanomaterials and attracted more than 11 million dollars in research grants from industrial partners and Australian Research Council (ARC).
Professor Shi, from the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is a mathematician and systems engineer, with research interests in the areas of systems and control theory, and computational intelligence.
He is considered one of the world's 'hottest researchers', with his papers rapidly accruing citations all over the world, in particular, his papers on the control of dynamic systems.
Congratulations again to Dr Qiao and Professor Shi.
Dr Togay Ozbakkalogu has been listed a leader in the field of Civil Engineering.
Congratulations to all of our fantastic researchers.