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Dr Berwyck Poad

Research Fellow
Science and Engineering Faculty
Chemistry, Physics, Mechanical Engineering
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Berwyck completed his PhD in 2009 at the University of Melbourne, studying vibrational predissociation of ion-molecule complexes under the guidance of Prof Evan Bieske. Following this, he undertook postdoctoral research in the labs of Professor Stephen Blanksby at the University of Wollongong (2009) and Professor Robert Continetti at the university of California, San Diego (2010-2012).

In 2012, Berwyck returned to the University of Wollongong as an ARC DECRA fellow, where his research interests turned to reactions of dianions and the radicals formed by their photodetachment. In 2016, Berwyck relocated to Queensland University of Technology and is currently focused on fundamental ion-molecule chemistry and developing new tools for lipid identification by mass spectrometry.

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Publications

Author publications, as listed on QUT ePrints https://eprints.qut.edu.au/view/person/Poad,_Berwyck.html

Research areas

Analytical chemistry
Physical chemistry (incl. structural)
Mass Spectrometry
Laser Spectroscopy
Other chemical sciences
Lipids
Ozone-induced Dissociation
Multiply Charged Anions

Connections

Is principal investigator of
1-deoxysphingosine DMS data set  (Research data set)
Synapt OzID data set  (Research data set)

Contacts

Name: Dr Berwyck Poad
Phone: +61 7 31383340

Other

Date record created:
2016-04-28T01:09:26
Date record modified:
2019-08-06T12:35:41
Record status:
Published - Open Access