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Rachel Caruso

Honorary
mesoporous structures
doping
sequestration
metal oxide
science & technology
physical sciences
chemistry
technology
materials science
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A/Prof

Rachel Caruso

 
Division
Science
 
Primary Interest
Titanium Dioxide
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A/Prof

Rachel Caruso

 

Associate Professor Rachel Caruso, an ARC Future Fellow, is a materials chemist with expertise in the fabrication of advanced porous functional materials. These materials have potential application in a range of areas including solar energy, water purification, the clean-up and storage of nuclear waste, and energy storage devices (lithium ion batteries).

Caruso holds a joint appointment between the University of Melbourne and CSIRO - as an Associate Professor and Reader in the School of Chemistry and as a OCE Science Leader in CSIRO Manufacturing.

Caruso worked as a postdoctoral fellow and group leader at two prestigious research institutes in Germany before returning to Australia to take up an ARC Australian Research Fellowship in 2003. Her research is well cited and has resulted in her receiving a number of awards.

The Advanced Porous Materials research group that Assoc. Prof. Caruso leads consists of postdoctoral fellows and PhD students at both the University of Melbourne and CSIRO. The group has established strong collaborations (nationally and internationally) and has been successful in obtaining research funding.

Caruso is also a member of the University of Melbourne Energy Institute and the Hallmark Materials Research Initiative.

Projects

Displaying the 36 most recent projects by Rachel Caruso.

36

Projects

Project Types


20

Research Grant


13

Research Contracts


3

Internal Research Grant


Scholarly Works

Displaying the 157 most recent scholarly works by Rachel Caruso.

Credentials

Positions


Honorary

Chemistry

Frsc

Royal Society of Chemistry

Mraci

RACI

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Science (honours)

University of Melbourne