Laboratory Demonstrator - CHEM1001, CHEM1002, CHEM2001, CHEM2002, CHEM3001, CHEM3002, CHEM3005, CHEM3006
I'm fascinated by the dymanics of physical processes in both our atmosphere and beyond. I study anion and radical complexes in the gas phase to understand their reactivity and impact. The Wild Group studies these species using a combination of time-of-flight anion photoelectron spectroscopy and ab initio quantum chemical methods.
Current projects also include the development and implementation of a new slow electron velocity map imaging (SEVI) spectrometer at UWA and the applicaiton of density functional theory to larger molecular complexes.
The University of Western Australia
Award Date: 10 Jul 2015
Research expertise keywords
- Computational chemistry
- Atmospheric chemistry