Miss Katelyn Clutterbuck | ARC Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science

Katelyn completed her Master of Science (Chemistry) at the University of Melbourne where she studied electroactive coordination polymers under the supervision of Professor Brendan Abrahams. She is currently a PhD student under the co-supervision of Associate Professor Girish Lakhwani and Professor Deanna D'Alessandro at the University of Sydney. Her research involves the synthesis of chiral coordination polymers and MOFs and the investigation of their chiroptical and non-linear optical properties for their applications in All-Optical devices. 

Master of Science (Chemistry) (with Distinction), The University of Melbourne, 2021
Bachelor of Science, The University of Melbourne, 2019
Diploma in Languages, The University of Melbourne, 2019
Centre Research Themes: 
3. Excitonic Systems for Security, Lighting and Sensing