The Intelligent Polymer Research Institute (IPRI) is a key research strength at the University of Wollongong and is the lead node of the Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES) and lead node of the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF) - Materials node. Professor Gordon Wallace and his team at IPRI are recognised internationally as world leaders in the development of 'intelligent' materials and nanotechnology. IPRI is renowned for expertise in the electrochemistry of organic conductors; especially when those conductors are used in the applications of artificial muscles, photovoltaics, batteries, and biomedical applications.

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Theses from 1994

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New sensing techniques using conducting electroactive polymers, Omowunmi Amoke Sadik

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Electronic properties of novel polypyrrole and polyaniline materials: a resistometric approach, Afshad Talaie

Theses from 1993

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The development of a chemically-modified mercury thin film electrode for electroanalysis, Mark David Imisides

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Some analytical applications of chemically modified electrodes, Peter John Riley

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Characterization of the chemical properties of polypyrrole and polyaniline, Peter R. Teasdale

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Electrochemically controlled transport across conducting electroactive polypyrrole membranes, Huijun Zhao

Theses from 1992

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Electrochemical studies of heterocyclic conducting polymers, Richard John

Theses from 1991

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Use of conducting polymers for electrochemical detection and on-line derivatisation, Yuping Lin

Theses from 1990

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Derivatisation and electrochemical detection in flowing solutions, Jose N. Barisci

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Use of conducting polymers for chromatography, Hailin Ge