Presentation by Dr Emily Hilder
The Royal Society Room
Tuesday, 3rd August 2010 Commencing 8.00 pm until 10.00 pm
About the Speaker
Dr Emily Hilder is an ARC Future Fellow and Research Coordinator for the theme ‘Separation Media’ in the Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science (ACROSS) at the University of Tasmania. She leads an active research group that focuses on the design and application of new ploymeric materials, in particular polymer monoliths, in all areas of separation science.
Brief Abstract of the Talk
Dr Hilder will speak generally about separation science and focus on a couple of interesting problems – portable systems for detection of explosives and new approaches to disease diagnosis, in particular with reference to Tasmanian Devil Facial Tumour disease