Electrochemistry Group Collaborators

Aaron NeufeldDr Aaron K Neufeld

Aaron works at BlueScope Steel. His interests include mainly solid state electrochemistry, chemically modified semiconductor electrodes, and understanding the interface between electrodes and thin solid films of materials with electroactive properties. In conjunction with many electrochemical experiments, his work has also employed both in situ and ex situ microscopy and microanalysis of the electrode surface including use of techniques such as: scanning probe microscopy, synchrotron based x-ray microanalysis, electron microscopy and vibrational micro-spectroscopy.


Dr. Adrian FisherDr. Adrian C. Fisher

Dr. Adrian C Fisher is at the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Cambridge and has a website. His research unites a range of interdisciplinary technologies including; microfabrication, fluid dynamics, numerical simulations, spectroscopic analysis and electrochemical methodology. These technologies are employed to design, manufacture and apply microscale reactor systems for the development of the next generation of (bio)chemical sensors.


Dr. Lisa Martin Dr. Lisa Martin

Dr. Lisa Martin's research interests relate to defining the role of redox proteins with biological and medicinal applications. Initially, a coordination chemist using biomimetic complexes for structure-function studies of metalloproteins and later using direct electrochemistry and biophysical techniques with redox active proteins. We have recent developed a novel method for protein immobilisation providing highly oriented monolayers suitable for nano-structures or biosensor applications. Our approach is cross-disciplinary and the group has been actively involved with molecular biology, biochemistry, synthetic, analytical and surface chemistry and more recently Scanning Probe Microscopy. This multi-disciplinary approach to our science enables us to approach research problems in a holistic way and positions us well to compete nationally and internationally in both basic and applied research in Biological & Medicinal Chemistry.


Tia Keyes Dr Tia Keyes

Dr Tia Keyes Lectures in Physical Chemistry at Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland. Dr Keyes research interests lie in the development and study of new inorganic supramolecular materials. The study of photochemistry and spectroscopy of novel materials, in particular, electronic, Raman, and time-resolved spectroscopies applied to the study of Electron and Energy Transfers in inorganic donor-acceptor systems, electrochromic materials and heterogeneous assemblies.


Prof. Tony WeddProf. Tony Wedd

Prof. Tony Wedd is from the School of Chemistry at the University of Melbourne. His research focuses on poly-oxo anion chemistry and bio-inorganic chemistry.


Rene Boere

Prof. Rene Boere

Professor Rene Boere is a visiting academic from the University of Lethbridge. His research group investigate coordination chemistry of imides, amidines, biguanidines and related nitrogen ligands with super-bulky substituents.

Neil Connelly Prof. Neil Connelly

Professor Neil Connelly from Bristol University in the UK, recently visited the Bond group to work with Dr Conor Hogan. His research group investigates the synthetic and structural consequences of electron transfer in transition metal organometallic and co-ordination complexes.


Stephen Feldberg Prof. Stephen Feldberg

Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA. Interests: measurement of fast hetergeneous electron transfer; computer modeling of electrochemical responses. Co-creator of the DigiSim® voltammetry simulation software package. Frequent visitor to Australia and enjoys fishing.

Wee Tee Tan

Dr Wee Tee Tan

From the Universiti Putra Malaysia, Dr. Tan is an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry. He is an Honorary Research Fellow, visiting the group to work on solution phase of polyoxometalate ions and solid state voltammetry of TTF/TCNQ salts, using microelectrodes.

Richard Compton Prof. Richard Compton

From Oxford University Physical Chemistry Laboratories, Prof. Compton's work covers areas including Channel Flow Electrodes, Sonoelectrochemistry, Photoelectrochemistry and Computational Electrochemistry. Visit his group's home page for more information.


Adam Mechler Dr Adam Mechler

Adam works at La Trobe University and has research interests in the imaging and characterization of the statics and dynamics of biologically relevant nanostructures such as proteins and biological membranes, with a special emphasis on morphological studies by atomic force microscopy. Visit his website.


David Gavaghan Dr David Gavaghan

Dr. David Gavaghan was a visiting academic (from Oxford) in the Bond lab from October 1999 to June 2000. His contribution involves the mathematical Simulation of chemical and biological phenomena. Visit Dr. Gavaghan's home page in England.


Prof. Keith Oldham Prof. Keith Oldham

From Trent University, Canada, Professor Oldham is a very frequent visitor to Australia.

My research interests are drawn from the fields of electrochemistry, applied mathematics, and environmental issues, focussing on the electrochemical applications of mathematical and computational techniques. In particular, studies in this laboratory seek to devise new methods for studying the transport and chemical processes that occur at electrodes and in their vicinity. As well, we seek new ways of extracting useful parameters from the results of electrochemical experiments. Our tools are chemical experimentation, mathematical analysis and computer simulation.


Prof. Fraser Armstrong Prof. Fraser Armstrong

Professor Fraser Armstrong is at Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory, Oxford University. His research interests are in biological redox chemistry, in particular the application of dynamic electrochemical techniques in studies of complex electron-transfer and catalytic reactions in proteins, and most recently the mechanisms and exploitation of biological hydrogen cycling. Visit his group's home page for more information.


Dr Tadaharu Ueda Dr Tadaharu Ueda

Dr. Tadaharu Ueda is working at Faculty of Science, Kochi University, Japan. His research group investigates on synthesis and characterization, especially electrochemical aspects of novel polyoxometalates and metal-salen complexes.


Dr Anna Brajter-Toth Dr Anna Brajter-Toth

From the University of Florida, Dr. Anna Toth is an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry. Her research interests are on the development of biosensors exploiting novel materials and nanotechnology for key bioanalytical applications.