In collaboration with SA Water, Water Corporation (Western Australia) and Central Highlands Water, the researcher from PARTCAT group develop a chloroamine demand model which could be useful for both drinking water quality management and treatment plant operational management.
Our recently published article in the Journal of Materials Chemistry A which revealed on how the heteroatom-doped nanocarbons behave in the oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) has been selected as Hot Article for 2017 web collection for the journal.
The management of chloramine decay and the prevention of nitrification are some of the critical issues faced by water utilities that use chloramine as a disinfectant.
This paper examined the impact of the reducible mixed oxides of titanium with cerium properties as a support for nickel-catalysed low temperature steam reforming of methane.
Our work on 'The effect of UV light pre-treatment on the oxygen activation capacity of Au/TiO2" was selected to be featured as front cover in the latest issue of Catalysis Science & Technology journal (Impact Factor: 5.287).
A PhD student from PARTCAT: Mr Sina Moradi has been awarded the Hodgson Student award 2016 by the Australian Water Association last Friday, 18th November at the SA Water Awards Dinner.
Warm congratulations to Yiming and Ayu on your graduation day.
In the latest round of federal research funding announced on Tuesday, 1 November, UNSW received 88 Discovery Project grants worth $32 million, 21 Discovery Early Career Research Awards (DECRA) worth over $7.5 million and 3 Linkage, Infrastrucrure, Equipment and Facilities grants (LIEF) worth $2.... read more
The water industries identify that there is a clear need for the development of novel antibiofilm technology capable of suppression of biofilm formation. The work presented in this paper highlights the development of self-sustained antibiofilm materials that features potential for industrial... read more