Dr. Anthony Quinn

Biological processes at solid/liquid interfaces



Wiss. Werdegang:

1993 Abitur
1996 Bachelor Abschluss University of South Australia; Major: Physics
1997 Diplomarbeit: "Solid State Dye Lasers", University of South Australia
1998 Forschungsassistent in der Abteilung Laserstreuung und Materialforschung, University of South Australia
2003 Doktorarbeit: "Electrowetting fundamentals: an investigation into deviations from ideal behaviour", Ian Wark Research Institute, University of South Australia
2003 - 2005
Postdoc: "Adsorption von Biomaterialien" Universität des Saarlandes
ab 2005 Forschungsassistent in der Abteilung "Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering", Univerity of Melbourne, Australien


Publikationsliste:

  • Quinn A, Sedev R, and Ralston J. Influence of the electrical double layer in electrowetting, J. Phys. Chem. B 107:1163-69, 2003

  • Quinn A, Attard P. Stray capacitance contribution to the electrical measurement of contact angles and areas, Review of scientific instruments 74(4)2517-2522, 2003

  • Peykov V, Quinn, A, Ralston J. Electrowetting: a model for contact angle saturation, Colloid and Polymer Science 278(8):789-793, 2000

  • Keir R.I, Quinn A, Jenkins P, Thomas J.C, Ralston J, Ivanova O. Electrokinetic properties of copper phthalocyanine pigment dispersions, Journal of Imaging Science & Technology 44(6):528-533, 2000

  • Richards N, Quinn A, Ralston J, Reynolds G, Sedev R. Light and electric potential induced reversible wetting on structured surfaces, Functional fillers and nanoscale minerals 41-58, 2003