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Colette Boskovic

Arc Future Fellow
single-molecule magnets
valence tautomers
magnetochemistry
redox-active ligands
spin crossover
coordination chemistry
neutron scattering
physical sciences
science & technology
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A/Prof

Colette Boskovic

 
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Science
 
Primary Interest
inorganic molecular materials
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A/Prof

Colette Boskovic

 

Colette graduated from the University of Melbourne with a BSc(Hons) degree in 1993 and a PhD in 1998. After postdoctoral stints at Indiana University, USA, and the University of Berne, Switzerland, she returned to the School of Chemistry in 2004 as a Lecturer.

She was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2009 and Associate Professor in 2016.

Colette was awarded the 2004 Selby Research Award from the University of Melbourne, the 2013 Alan Sargeson Lectureship from the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) Inorganic Chemistry Division and the 2014 Dean’s Award for Excellence in Research (Teaching and Research) from the Faculty of Science, University of Melbourne. She received an ARC Future fellowship in 2019.

Colette is presently the Victorian representative and archivist on the RACI Inorganic Chemistry Division Committee and the AINSE Councillor for the University of Melbourne. She is a member of the International Advisory Board for the Asian Conference on Molecular Magnetism.

Projects

Displaying the 19 most recent projects by Colette Boskovic.

19

Projects

Project Types


12

Research Grant


4

Internal Research Grant


3

Research Contracts


Scholarly Works

Displaying the 86 most recent scholarly works by Colette Boskovic.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2014

Dean's award for Excellence in Research (Teaching and Research)

Faculty of Science, University of Melbourne

2013

Alan Sargeson Lectureship

Inorganic Division, Royal Australian Chemical Institute

2004

Selby Research Award

University of Melbourne

3

Awards

Credentials

Positions


Arc Future Fellow

Chemistry

Mrsc

Royal Society of Chemistry

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American Chemical Society

Mraci

Royal Australian Chemical Institute

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Science (Honours)

University of Melbourne