Haihui Joy Jiang is a PhD candidate at the University of Sydney, working with Prof. Gregory G. Warr on the nanostructure of complex fluids. Joy’s interdisciplinary research projects lie among theoretical, physical, material, organic and biological Chemistry. She is passionate to establish three bridges, between her research and its potential applications; between scientific fields such as colloid science and bio-refinery; and between science and industry, as significant scientific contributions often address real-life challenges. In 2017, Joy received the AAS-SIEF fellowship to attend the 67th Lindau Nobel Laurate Meeting in Germany.
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