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Eloise Tredenick

Eloise Tredenick completed a PhD in Applied and Computational Mathematics at Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane, in 2018. The thesis was supervised by Prof. Troy Farrell, Prof. Scott McCue and Dr Alison Forster and titled “Mathematical Modelling of Ionic Agrochemical Diffusion in Plant Cuticles: A Mechanistic Approach.” In 2019, she  worked as a Postdoctoral Researcher at QUT working on the project “Evaporating Droplets on Inclined Plant Leaves and Synthetic Surfaces: Insights from Experiments and Mathematical Models”. In December 2019, started working as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the ANU Node under the supervision of Graham Farquhar.

Eloise obtained her Bachelor of Applied Science (Medical Radiation Technology) at QUT in 2006, Graduate Certificate in Mathematics at QUT in 2013, Master of Mathematics (coursework) at QUT in 2014 and PhD in Applied and Computational Mathematics at 2018 at QUT.

Eloise was part of the Centre from 2019 to 2021