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Anne Fernandopulle

PhD Student

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Brief Curriculum Vitae
since 08/21 PhD studies under supervision of Dr. Bryan Tuten and Prof. Stephen Blanksby at Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane, Australia
11/20 Assistant Lecturer – Department of Polymer Science, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka
03/20 Teaching Assistant – Department of Polymer Science, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka
12/19 Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Polymer Chemistry, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka
08/14 GCE A/L examination at Loyola College – Negombo, Sri Lanka

Research Interests
  • Chalcogen Chemistry
  • Multicomponent Reactions
  • Chalcogen – based multicomponent reactions

2021
[02] HUMIDITY SENSING POTENTIAL OF A MICROCRYSTALLINE CELLULOSE SHEET. CELLULOSE CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGY

Fernandopulle, A.D., Karunanayake, L., AMARASINGHE, D., Samarasekara, A.M. and Attygalle, D., 2021, 55(5-6), pp.469-475.

2020
[01] MCC-based Transducer Material to Detect Relative Humidity

Fernandopulle, A.D., Karunanayake, L., Samarasekara, A.B., Amarasinghe, D.S. and Attygalle, D.,  Moratuwa Engineering Research Conference (MERCon) (pp. 205-209). IEEE., 2020, July

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Join us in a workshop organized by @NatureComms and @Materials_MRS on Advances in Materials and Manufacturing https://www.mrs.org/workshop-on-advances-in-materials-and-manufacturing where Christopher explores 'Wavelength Orthogonal, Synergistic and Antagonistic Photochemical Materials Design' @QUT @QUTmaterials @Cluster3DMM2O

We turned our attention once more to dynamic photochemistry with hydrogels, this time exploring wavelength orthogonal stiffening with visible light, just out in @angew_chem https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/anie.202113076 Brilliant work by @VinhXTruong and Julian @QUTmaterials @QUT @KITKarlsruhe

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