Christopher Sumby


Christopher Sumby is Deputy Dean - Research in the Faculty of Sciences and an Associate Professor in Chemistry at the University of Adelaide where he undertakes research into the synthesis and properties of nanomaterials to address energy and environmental challenges. Assoc. Prof. Sumby has been awarded various fellowships and awards, including an ARC Future Fellowship (2009), a South Australian Young Tall Poppy Award (2009) and a Japan Society for the Promotion of Science International Invitational Fellowship (2013-14). Assoc. Prof. Sumby is the Deputy Director of the Centre for Advanced Nanomaterials at the University of Adelaide where key research themes include Chemical and Electrical Energy Storage; Energy Waste Management; Heterogeneous Catalysis; and Nanoporous materials for Gas Separations. Assoc. Prof. Sumby directs the Bragg Crystallography Facility, the X-ray diffraction centre at the University of Adelaide.

Research Fields

Chemical Sciences

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Christopher is not currently contributing as an editor for any journal or publisher.

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