Dr. Amiya Chaudhry
Senior Lecturer in Science
Dr. Amiya Chaudhry
+44 (0) 1978 293421
Dr Amiya Chaudhry received her BSc (Hons) (1998) in Environmental Science and a PhD (2004) in Polymer Chemistry from the University of Sussex. Her PhD, funded by the Atomic Weapons Establishment UK was based on the characterisation and degradation of a typical room temperature vulcanized (RTV) filled foamed poly(dimethyl)siloxane rubber.
Her research interests lie in the broad area of polymer degradation and biopolymers which supports the Environmental Science discipline of the curriculum.
In 2004 she was appointed as an associate lecturer at the Open University on a number of technology and science courses. In 2005 she joined the Materials Science Research Centre at Glyndwr University as a knowledge transfer associate on a two-year research project funded by the Department of Trade and Industry and Almetron Ltd.
In 2007 she took a permanent academic position teaching on the BSc Environmental Science and Forensic Science degree programmes.
DPhil Polymer Chemistry (Sussex University)
BSc. Hons Environmental Science (Sussex University)
Member of Chartered Management Institute 2007.
Currently studying towards a PGCE in HE (Glyndŵr University).
BSc (Hons) Chemistry with Green Nanotechnology
Module leader for:
- Introduction to Sustainability
- Ecology and Earth Systems
- Laboratory Chemical Analysis
- Sustainability and Resource Management
- Drugs and Toxicology
- Sustainable Development
C E. Lockhart and A N. Chaudhry, Recycling Used Toner Particles as Stable Pigment Dispersion for Water Based Paint, in Order to Reduce Pressure on Landfill, Journal of Cleaner Production In preparation.
M. Patel, A.R. Skinner, A. Chaudhry, N.C. Billingham, B. Mahieu, Impact of thermal ageing on the tin catalyst species in room temperature vulcanised polysiloxane rubbers, Polymer Degradation and Stability 2004, 83, 1, 157-161.
A N. Chaudhry and N. C. Billingham, Characterisation and oxidative degradation of a room-temperature vulcanised poly(dimethylsiloxane) rubber, Polymer Degradation and Stability 2001, 73, 3, 505-510.
A.N. Chaudhry and N.C. Billingham, Degradation of a foamed poly(dimethylsiloxane), Polymer Preprints, 2001, 42, 346.
Joint PhD supervisor. Thesis topic: Use of advanced scientific techniques; such as laser diffraction and Flow Particle Image Analysis(FPIA) to more accurately study and measure coastal marine sediment particle size in relation to the habitats the sediment supports.