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Dr

Catherine Sutton

Senior Tutor - Laboratory Development
Chemical Engineering
science & technology
chemistry
physical sciences
chemistry, physical
water
chemistry, multidisciplinary
carboxylic acids
continuum solvation model
density functional theory
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Dr

Catherine Sutton

 
Division
Engineering
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Dr

Catherine Sutton

 

Catherine Sutton obtained undergraduate degrees in Science and Engineering (with Honours) from the University of Melbourne, including time spent at Imperial College London. She then completed a PhD at the University of Melbourne.

Her research interests have included quantum mechanical modelling of aqueous and atmospheric carboxylic acids, and well as thermodynamic modelling of solvent extraction systems. Catherine has undertaken various tutoring and lecturing roles in the Department of Chemical Engineering and has had several visits to Japan as a Special Visiting Associate Professor at the Tokyo Institute of Technology. She is the Senior Tutor – Laboratory Development in Chemical Engineering and currently teaches Thermodynamics.

Scholarly Works

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Credentials

Positions


Senior Tutor - Laboratory Development

Chemical Engineering

Member (Icheme)

The Institute of Chemical Engineers (IChemE)

Member

The Institute of Engineers Australia

Member

Association of Molecular Modellers of Australasia (AMMA)

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

Doctor of Philosophy - Engineering

University of Melbourne

Bachelor Chemical Engineering

University of Melbourne