Novel Modeling Methods & Theory for Photocatalysis Design

Amanda S.  Barnard

Amanda S. Barnard

Australian Research Council Queen Elizabeth II Fellow and head, Virtual Nanoscience Laboratory

CSIRO

Australia

Dr Amanda S. Barnard is a theoretical physicist working in predicting the real world behavior of nanoparticles using analytical models and supercomputer simulations. Barnard is a pioneer in the thermodynamic cartography of nanomaterials, creating nanoscale phase diagrams relevant to different environmental conditions, and relating these to structure/property maps.

Barnard is currently based in Australia as an Australian Research Council Queen Elizabeth II Fellow, and heads CSIRO?s Virtual Nanoscience Laboratory.

In 2009 she was awarded Malcolm McIntosh Prize for Physical Scientist of the Year, the Banksia Environmental Foundation?s Mercedes-Benz Australian Environmental Research Award, Young Scientist Prize in Computational Physics by the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics, JG Russell Award by the Australian Academy of Sciences and the Future Summit Leadership Award from Australian Davos Connection.

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