Dr Graeme Moad


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Biography

Graeme Moad obtained his BSc (Hons, First Class, 1974) and PhD (1978) from the University of Adelaide in organic free radical chemistry. Between 1977 and 1979, he undertook post-doctoral research at Pennsylvania State University with Prof Steven J. Benkovic in the field of biological organic chemistry. He joined CSIRO in 1979 where he is currently a CSIRO fellow. Dr Moad is (co)author of over 180 publications, co-inventor of 34 patent families and co-author of the book “The Chemistry of Radical Polymerization”. His research interests lie in the fields of polymerization mechanisms, and polymer design and synthesis. In recognition of his work Dr Moad was awarded a CSIRO medal in 2003, the RACI’s Battaerd-Jordan Polymer Medal in 2012, an ATSE Clunies Ross Award and a Thomson-Reuters Citation Laureate in 2014, and a Warwick University IAS Fellowship and a CSIRO Newton-Turner award in 2015. In 2015 he also appeared on Thomson-Reuters highly cited list. Dr Moad was a Warwick University IAS visiting Scientist in 2018. Dr Moad is currently also an adjunct professor at Monash University and at the University of New England and an honorary professor at the Beijing University of Chemical Technology. He is an Associate Member of the IUPAC Polymer Division and the Division representative on the International Committee for Terminology, Nomenclature and Standards (ICTNS). He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute and the Australian Academy of Science.

Current Roles

  • CSIRO
    CSIRO Fellow

  • CSIRO
    Project Leader

  • CSIRO
    Project Leader - RAFT Electrochemistry

Academic Qualifications

  • 1978

    PhD
    University of Adelaide

  • 1974

    BSc (Hons)
    University of Adelaide

Professional Experiences

  • 2015

    CSIRO Fellow
    CSIRO

  • 1999-2015

    Chief Research Scientist
    CSIRO

  • 1993-1999

    Senior Principal Research Scientist
    CSIRO

  • 1988-1993

    Principal Research Scientist
    CSIRO

  • 1982-1988

    Senior Research Scientist
    CSIRO

  • 1979-1982

    Research Scientist
    CSIRO

  • 1976-1979

    Postdoctoral
    Pennsylvania State University

Achievements and Awards

  • 2016

    Visiting Scientist
    Warwick University

  • 2015

    Highly Cited List
    Thomson-Reuters

  • 2015

    Honorary Professor
    Beijing University of Chemical Technology

  • 2015

    IAS Fellowship
    Warwick University

  • 2015

    Newton-Turner Award
    CSIRO

  • 2014

    Citation Laureate
    Thomson-Reuters

  • 2014

    Adjunct Professor
    University of New England

  • 2014

    Clunies Ross Award
    Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering

  • 2012

    Fellow
    Australian Academy of Science

  • 2012

    Adjunct Professor
    Monash University

  • 2012

    Battaerd-Jordon Polymer Medal
    RACI Polymer Division

  • 2008

    Chairman’s Award for Excellence in Commercialisation
    CRC for Polymers

  • 2008

    “Partner or Perish” Award
    CSIRO

  • 2007

    “Go for Growth” Award
    CSIRO

  • 2004

    Chairman’s Award for Excellence in Commercialisation
    CRC for Polymers

  • 2003

    Chairman’s Award for Excellence in Commercialisation
    CRC for Polymers

  • 2003

    CSIRO Medal
    CSIRO

  • 1995

    Polymer Division Citation
    RACI Polymer Division

  • 1992

    Fellow
    Royal Australian Chemical Insitute

  • 2018-2018

    IAS Visiting Scientist
    Warwick University

Grants

  • 2018-2020

    SIEF EDP 014 Smart Windows

  • 2017-2021

    PI ARC Discovery (UNSW) - Multiblock copolymer synthesis for nano-engineered materials

  • 2015-2018

    JTGL IUPAC 2015-013-1-400 - Brief Guide to polymerization terminology

  • 2013-2017

    PI ARC Discovery (UTas) - Polymer nanoparticles and their assembled supracolloidal monolithic structures for applications in separation science

  • 2010-2017

    TGL IUPAC 2010-007-1-400 - Terminology for chain polymerization

  • 2010-2017

    TGL IUPAC 2009-050-1-400 - Critically evaluated rate coefficients associated with initiation of radical polymerization

  • 2010-2017

    JTGL IUPAC 2009-047-1-400 - Definitions and notations relating to stereochemical aspects in polymer science

Community and Corporate Citizenship

  • IUPAC Polymer Division

  • 2012

    Australian Academy of Science

  • 1979

    Royal Australian Chemical Insititute

Publications

We have publications by Dr Graeme Moad
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