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Prof

Trevor Smith

Professor & Reader
Chemistry
science & technology
physical sciences
chemistry
chemistry, physical
technology
physics
materials science
materials science, multidisciplinary
science & technology - other topics
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Prof

Trevor Smith

 
Division
Science
 
Primary Interest
Spectroscopy of photovoltaic materials
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Prof

Trevor Smith

 

Trevor Smith obtained his BSc(Hons) and PhD degrees from the University of Melbourne before being awarded an Australian National Teaching Company Scheme Scholarship. He then completed a post-doctoral position at Imperial College, London before returning to the University of Melbourne as an Ernst & Grace Matthaei Research Fellow.

He was subsequently awarded an ARC QEII Fellowship investigating applications of time-resolved, multiphoton and confocal microscopy. He was appointed as a lecturer in 2004 and is now Professor & Reader in Chemistry.

His research interests are in the broad area of photochemistry/photophysics specialising in ultrafast laser spectroscopy and optical microscopy applied to systems including organic and other photovoltaic materials. He is a CI in the ARC Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science.

Projects

Displaying the 32 most recent projects by Trevor Smith.

32

Projects

Project Types


19

Research Grant


9

Internal Research Grant


4

Research Contracts


Scholarly Works

Displaying the 171 most recent scholarly works by Trevor Smith.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

1999

J.G. Russell Award

Australian Academy of Science

1

Award

Credentials

Positions


Professor & Reader

Chemistry

Member

American Chemical Society

Member

Fluorescence Society of India

Member

Optical Society of America

Member

Australian Optical Society

Member

European Photochemistry Association

Member

Asian Photochemistry Association

Education


Graduate Certificate in University Teaching

University of Melbourne

Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Science

University of Melbourne