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Greg Metha

Associate Professor  Greg Metha is currently Head of Chemistry in School of Physics and Chemistry. His research involves the investigation of the chemical and physical properties of nano and sub-nano metallic particles. Following the use of laser ablation techniques to generate metal cluster molecules in gas and solution phases, laser spectroscopic methods are applied to elucidate their structures, properties and reactivity. He is also expert in the application of quantum computational methods to calculate the structures and properties of nano-scale particles.

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Biography/ Background

Associate Professor¬† Greg Metha¬†studied undergraduate Chemistry at Monash University and continued as a PhD student researching the laser spectroscopy of aldehydes. He spent subsequent years as a post-doctoral fellow at the Universities of British Columbia (Canada) and Sydney before moving to Adelaide in 1997 as an ARC Fellow and Academic in 2003, and currently Head of Chemistry. He enjoys teaching into a wide range of courses and runs an active and happy research group which investigates the chemical and physical properties of nano and sub-nano metallic particles.”

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