Professor Kathryn Fairfull-Smith
Professor Kathryn Fairfull-Smith is an organic chemist and co-director of the Centre for Materials Science. Her research has contributed to the study of nitroxides in biological systems, polymer degradation and environmental pollution.
Professor Dmitri Golberg
Professor Dmitri Golberg, an Australian Laureate Fellow, is a material scientist and physicist who uses state-of-the-art methods of transmission electron microscopy in studying nanomaterial behaviour in extreme environments.
Professor Hongxia Wang
Professor Hongxia Wang, from the Centre for Materials Science, works in a multidisciplinary field of chemistry, physics and material science to develop high-performing solar cells and energy storage devices.
Professor Christopher Barner-Kowollik
Professor Christopher Barner-Kowollik, from the Centre of Materials Science, is a world-leading soft matter nanotechnologist whose career is focused on the power and possibilities of light. He is an Australian Research Council (ARC) Laureate Fellow and Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science.
Associate Professor Deepak Dubal
Associate Professor Deepak Dubal, from the Centre for Materials Science, works in the field of designing advanced materials, in particular their implementation in emerging energy conversion and storage technologies with special focus on supercapacitors, batteries and integrated devices.
Professor Michael Rosemann
Professor Michael Rosemann’s research is focused on creating future scenarios to improve the way organisations work and deliver value. He is the Director of the Centre for Future Enterprise.
Professor Kerrie Wilson
Professor Kerrie Wilson is one of Australia’s leading researchers into the science, strategy and policy of environmental conservation and management.
Professor Michael Milford
Professor Michael Milford conducts interdisciplinary research at the boundary between robotics, neuroscience and computer vision and is the Deputy Director of QUT's Centre for Robotics.
Professor Axel Bruns
Professor Axel Bruns is a social media researcher with QUT’s Digital Media Research Centre. He is at the forefront in developing groundbreaking new research approaches in media and communication studies that draw on innovative computational methods.
Professor Matthew Simpson
Professor Matthew Simpson, from the Centre for Data Science, works in the field of mathematical biology, which uses mathematical tools to study biological systems.
Professor Lyn English
Professor Lyn English is a leading researcher in mathematics education and STEM education, from preschool through to year 10, and she is a chief investigator within the QUT STEM Education Research Group.
Professor Arthur ter Hofstede
Professor Arthur ter Hofstede is a researcher with the Centre for Data Science and Head of School for Information Systems. He researches the area of business process automation, process mining, and process-data quality.
Professor Kerry Carrington
Professor Kerry Carrington is a world-recognised researcher on gender inequality, violence against women prevention, access to justice, domestic violence in rural Australia, and the history of women’s police stations in Latin America.
Distinguished Professor Dietmar W Hutmacher
Distinguished Professor Dietmar W. Hutmacher is internationally recognised for his research in regenerative medicine, tissue engineering, advanced additive biomanufacturing and soft robotics, including the use of patient-specific 3D-printed scaffolds to repair bone and other tissue.
Dr Veronica Gray
Dr Veronica Gray is an engineer, metallurgist and neutron scatterer with QUT’s Centre for Materials Science who investigates high-performance materials to find their breaking points in extreme environments.
Professor Paula McDonald
Professor Paula McDonald is Associate Dean Research in QUT’s Faculty of Business and Law and a member of the Centre for Decent Work and Industry
Professor Michael Bode
Professor Michael Bode develops mathematical theory and tools to understand threatened ecosystems and support large-scale management and conservation decisions.
Professor Belinda Bennett
Professor Belinda Bennett is Professor of Health Law and New Technologies in the School of Law. Her research addresses contemporary challenges for law in regulating new technologies in health care and in responding to public health emergencies.