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Ann Zhang

Technical Adviser

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Dr Ann Zhang joined ITOPF in 2012. She has a BSc and an MSc in environmental engineering and a PhD in chemical engineering. Her doctoral research investigated alternative energy storage systems using nano-composites derived from carbon materials.

Since joining ITOPF, Ann has attended a number of incidents worldwide. She has been involved in various aspects of post-incident activities, including impact assessment, at sea and aerial surveillance, shoreline clean-up, water sampling and claim assessment.

Previous Experience

Prior to joining ITOPF, Ann worked as a research fellow at University of Leeds. She investigated the interactions between model cell membranes and inorganic nano-materials in aqueous environment. Through her seven years' postgraduate research experience, she has built a comprehensive understanding of the analytic techniques and the approaches to problem-solving. She also co-supervised MSc and PhD students, and collaborated with industrial and academic partners in many parts of the world.

ITOPF Working Groups

Ann is a member of the Hazardous and Noxious Substances (HNS) working group.

Languages

  • Chinese (native)
  • English

Published Papers

Zhang S, Nelson A, Beales P, cover feature of Langmuir (Sept. 4, 2012, Issue 35), Freezing or Wrapping: The Role of Particle Size in the Mechanism of Nanoparticle-Biomembrane Interaction, DOI:10.1021/la301771b

Ormategui N, Zhang S, Loinaz I, Brydson R, Nelson A, Vakurov A, Bioelectrochemistry, 2011, Interaction of poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) based nanoparticles and their linear polymer precursor with phospholipid membrane models, DOI:10.1016/j.bioelechem.2011.12.006

Zhang S, Nelson A, Coldrick Z, Chen R., Langmuir, 2011, 8530-8539, The Effects of Substituent Grafting on the Interaction of pH-Responsive Polymers with Phospholipid Monolayers, DOI:10.1021/la105125d

Peng C, Zhang S, Zhou X, Chen G, Energy & Environmental Science, 2010, 14991502, Unequalisation of electrode capacitances for enhanced energy capacity in asymmetrical supercapacitors, DOI: 10.1039/c0ee00228c

Zhang S, Peng C, Ng K, Chen G, Electrochimica Acta, 2010, 7447-7453, Nanocomposites of manganese oxides and carbon nanotubes for aqueous supercapacitor stacks, DOI:10.1016/j.electacta.2010.01.078

Ng K, Zhang S, Peng C, Chen G, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 2009, A846-A853, Individual and Bipolarly Stacked Asymmetrical Aqueous Supercapacitors of CNTs/SnO2 and CNTs/MnO2 Nanocomposites, DOI:10.1149/1.3205482

Zhang S and Chen G, Energy Materials (Review Article), 2008, 186-200, Manganese oxide based materials for supercapacitors, DOI:10.1179/174892409X427940

Jin X, Zhou W, Zhang S and Chen G, Small, 2007, 1513 - 1517, Nanoscale Microelectrochemical Cells on Carbon Nanotubes, DOI:10.1002/smll.200700139