The University of Queensland
Clement is currently a PhD student at the School of Chemical engineering, the University of Queensland, Australia. His major experiences are in functional materials and composites. He graduated with a Bachelor's of Chemical engineering from the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, U.S.A. During his studies, he also involved in a project focused on the toughening of graphene-epoxy nanocomposites through the functionalisation of graphene. After working as a production engineering in a pharmaceutical company in Hong Kong, he started his PhD at UQ in early-2015 focusing on the processing and characterisation of high performance bioderived and biodegradable polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs)-based wood plastic composites. His primary research interests are in the area of biodegradable polymers, composite materials and sustainable engineering.
Biodegradable polymers, composite materials and sustainable engineering
Mechanical stability of wood flour / polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) composites modified by boron nitride and talc