2020 EDRACI - Metrohm ANZ Young Electrochemist Award Winners

Winner EDRACI Metrohm ANZ 2020
The four winners of the Metrohm ANZ & Electrochemistry Division of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (EDRACI) Young Electrochemist Award have been nominated.
Congratulations to....
Higher degree by research Winner
Agus Poerwoprajit (University of New South Wales)
«Understanding the surface structure-electrocatalytic property relationship: from nanocrystals to single atoms»
Higher degree by research Runner-up
Simon Doblinger (Curtin University)
«Development of Robust Electrochemical Gas Sensors based on Ionic Liquid and Poly(Ionic Liquid) Electrolytes»
Post-doctoral research Winner
Dr Fengwang Li (University of Sydney)
«Electrochemical conversion of CO2 to valuable chemicals and fuels»
Post-doctoral research Runner-up
Dr Quentin Meyer (University of New South Wales)
«Performances and Stability of Non-Precious Metal Catalysts in Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells»

Thank you to all our applicants for taking the interest in 2020 EDRACI & Metrohm Young Electrochemist Award.

What's Next? 

Winners, applicants, and other young chemists will be invited to the Award Presentation Day. Award presentation will be available as both physical* and virtual event.

University of New South Wales

Law Threatre G23 - strictly invitation only 

Thursday, 25 February 2021

2.00 pm - 4.00 pm (AEDT)


  • EDRACI Announcement
  • Metrohm ANZ 2021 Award Announcement
  • 2020 Young Electrochemist Award Winner Presentations
  • Networking session with afternoon tea (Physical event only)
*Physical attendance will be limited to 30 people, first come first served basis.

This award will continue in Australia & New Zealand for the outstanding young electrochemistry researchers in the ANZ region in 2021.

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