B. Eng. 2019
About this team member
Kevin was born in Indonesia and left home to Australia in 2015 to pursue his undergrad study at Monash University. He received his B.Eng. (Hons) in Chemical Engineering from Monash in 2019. Being very interested in the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) research project that he worked on under the supervision of Professor Mark Banaszak Holl and Jinhee Kim during his final year of undergrad, he decided to pursue Ph.D. and joined the Banaszak Holl lab to continue doing research in that field after completing his undergraduate study. His Ph.D. research, co-supervised by Mark Banaszak Holl and Professor Victoria Haritos, will focus on domain morphology of damage induced to the human ACL as well as developing detection methods to prevent athletes from rupturing their ACL.
You can see Kevin’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition entry here. He won the Department of Engineering Competition in 2021.
Outside of University, Kevin loves to go to the cinema to watch newly released movies of various genres including comedy, sci-fic and action. He is also a big sport fan of soccer and particularly interested in the English Premier League.
- Engineering laminated paper for SARS-CoV-2 medical gowns Polymer 2021 222 123643
- Polymerization-Induced Hierarchical Self-Assembly: From Monomer to Complex Colloidal Molecules and Beyond ACS Nano 2021 15 13721-13731