Matthew Hill

Assoc Professor

Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

metal organic frameworks and MOFs, batteries, lithium sulfur batteries, membranes, separations, flow chemistry, gas storage, carbon capture, magnetic induction

20042020

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Biography

Associate Professor Matthew Hill is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow and the Winner of a 2014 Australian Prime Minister’s Prize for Science.  Matthew leads an interdisciplinary team of researchers that are actively involved with industry partners to bring exciting discoveries in the laboratory to market. He holds a joint position between CSIRO and Monash.  His research areas include development and application of porous materials: storage, separation and triggered release of small molecules with adsorbents and membranes, flow chemistry, lithium-sulfur batteries and supercapacitors. 

External positions

CSIRO

2006 → …

Research area keywords

  • metal organic frameworks and MOFs, batteries, lithium sulfur batteries, membranes, separations, flow chemistry, gas storage, carbon capture, magnetic induction

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