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Engineered Porous Anodic Aluminium Oxide Nanostructures as Versatile Biosensing Platform

posted on 2022-07-18, 01:51 authored by MUHAMMAD ZIKRI BUDIMAN BIN ABDUL HALIM

Water filtration membranes are a critical component to support water safety as they provide a barrier to enteric pathogens. Due to that, the integrity of the membranes needs to be monitored so water safety can be ensured. If the membrane leaks, the possibilities of larger virus particles to pass through ultrafiltration membranes are high, posing a threat to end-users. The sensor developed met the standards for testing water filtration systems at water treatment plants as requested by the water industry and regulators. Early and quick detection of membrane leaks can save costs and increase water safety.


Campus location


Principal supervisor

Beatriz Prieto-simon

Additional supervisor 1

Amane Shiohara

Additional supervisor 2

Roshan Vasani

Additional supervisor 3

Valeria Torok

Year of Award


Department, School or Centre

Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Additional Institution or Organisation

Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (MIPS)


Doctor of Philosophy

Degree Type



Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences