Dr Jamie Schulz
Dr Jamie Schulz is the Leader of the Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering.
Dr Schulz originally hails from a background in soft condensed-matter physics.
Career highlights and achievements
Jamie obtained his BSc from Flinders University in South Australia and PhD in physical chemistry from the University of Sydney in 2000. After completing his PhD, he joined the Small-Angle Scattering Group at the NIST Centre for Neutron Research at the National Institute of Standards and Technology where he provided scientific and technical assistance to users of the small-angle scattering instruments.
- Grad. Dip. in Business (Frontline Management), Swinburne University Of Technology
- PhD University of Sydney
- BSc Flinders University, South Australia
G. J. Wilson, A. S. Matijasevich, D. R. G. Mitchell, J. C. Schulz, and G. D. Will, Modification of TiO2 for enhanced surface properties: Finite Ostwald ripening by a microwave hydrothermal process, Langmuir, 22, 2016-2027 (2006).
H. De Bruyn, R.G. Gilbert, J.W. White and J.C. Schulz, SANS Study of Electrosterically Stabilized Polystyrene Latex, Polymer 44(16), 4411-4420 (2003).
J.C. Schulz & G.G. Warr, Adsorbed Layer Structure of Cationic and Anionic Surfactants on Mineral Oxide Surfaces, Langmuir 18, 3191-3197, (2002).
J.C. Schulz; G.G. Warr; W.A. Hamilton & P.D. Butler, Adsorbed Layer Structure of Cationic Surfactants on Quartz., Physical Review E, 63, 1604-1608, (2001).
J.C. Schulz & G.G. Warr, Adsorbed Layer Structure of Cationic Surfactants on Clays (Mica is Not a Typical Substrate for Adsorption Studies), Langmuir, 16(7), 2995-2996, (2000).
J.C. Schulz; G.G. Warr; W.A. Hamilton & P.D. Butler, A New Model For Neutron Reflectometry of Adsorbed Surfactant Aggregates, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 103(51), 11057-11063, (1999).
P. Attard; J.C. Schulz & M.W. Rutland, Dynamic Surface Force Measurement. I. van der Waals Collision., Review of Scientific Instruments, 69(11), 3852-3866, (1998).
J.C. Schulz & G.G. Warr, Selective Flotation of Ions by Macrocyclic Complexation. Industrial Engineering and Chemical Research, 37(7), 2807-2811, (1998).