Soft Matter Materials group members were awarded by Science and Engineering Faculty (QUT) and Centre for Materials Science (QUT) for their excellent work throughout the year.

Sarah and Hendrik each won an award from the Centre for Materials Science: Award for Excellence – Early Career Researcher

Nathan got one Award for Excellence – Leadership, Equity, Diversity and Development

Charlotte Petit won (with Kathleen Mullen) a Science and Engineering Faculty Award – category “Inclusive”

Leonie Barner was finalist for the Science and Engineering Faculty Award – category “Collegial”


Understanding the formation processes of complex network materials just out in @NatureMaterials in a three way collaboration between @ResearchUGent @Stanford and @QUT @QUTmaterials Amazing work by first author Lies de Keer and @QUT author Daniel Kodura.

Multicomponent reactions give fast and simple access to photoreactive monomers for wavelength-orthogonal soft matter materials design, just out in @ACSMacroLett Well done, Christina! Excellent collaboration with @HatisMutlu @KITKarlsruhe @QUTmaterials @QUT

If your PhD expertise is in advanced surface and soft matter materials characterization, check out the latest opening in our team and join us @QUT @QUTmaterials in Brisbane for a post-doctoral position