Professor of Materials Engineering, Deakin University

Professor Forsyth’s research area informs the broad field of materials science with application to both corrosion and energy related technologies. Specifically, her work has focused on understanding the phenomenon of charge transport at metal/electrolyte interfaces and within novel electrolyte materials and also in developing new chemical strategies for corrosion mitigation.
She is co-author of over 280 refereed journal papers, has delivered over twenty invited talks including several plenary and keynote presentations in the last 5 years and has over 7000 citations at present.

Experience

  • –present
    Chair in Electromaterial & Corrosion Science, Deakin University

Education

  • 1989 
    Monash University, PhD/Chemistry