Professor Igor Bray
Professor Bray is a world-leader in the field of atomic collision theory, an excellent science communicator and a big-picture thinker, a combination of skills that has made him a great advocate and prominent speaker for science and science policy at local, national and international levels.
Professor Alisher Kadyrov
Alisher leads a small research team within the Theoretical Physics Group and his team undertakes a wide range of multidisciplinary research projects at the intersection of theoretical atomic and molecular physics and nuclear astrophysics.
Professor Dmitry Fursa
Prof Fursa works in the field of computational modelling of quantum reaction processes and has worked at Curtin University since 2007, where he conducts an active research program, teaches several undergraduate units, and supervises undergraduate and PhD students.
Professor Craig Buckley
Professor Craig Buckley is a John Curtin Distinguished Professor in Physics and Astronomy and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Physics. He has published over 200 scientific papers in peer reviewed journals, which have attracted over 6525 citations.
A/Prof Nigel Marks
A/Prof Nigel Marks is a material scientist with a long standing interest in atomistic computer simulation. His other research interests include self-assembly in carbon, radiation damage in solids, semiconductor nanostructures and chemical effects due to beta-decay.
Dr. Irene Suarez-Martinez
Atomistic modelling of carbon nanoforms, such as graphene and carbon nanotubes, using ab-initio and semi-empirical methods.