dr. Siobhan Bradley 

Siobhan Bradley is a postdoctoral fellow in the Thomas Nann group. Originally from Wellington, she completed her Bachelor's (Chem, Bio) and Honours (Chem) degrees at Victoria University of Wellington before moving to Adelaide, Australia to undertake her PhD studies with Prof. Nann at the former Ian Wark Research Institute of the University of South Australia.

Her studies have been interdisciplinary, allowing her to dabble in microfluidics and surface chemistry, synthesis and characterisation of nanomaterials, steady-state and time-resolved fluorescence, as well as batteries and energy storage. She is a keen microscopist but has experience with a plethora of nanomaterial characterisation techniques including TEM, AFM, XPS, ICP-MS, electrochemistry and fluorescence spectroscopy.

She’s currently employed by the MacDiarmid Institute at Victoria University of Wellington working on advanced nanostructured electrodes for renewable energy storage technologies. 

Thomas Nann Research group

University of Newcastle, Australia
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand