Professor Xuehua Zhang completed her Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. After her Ph.D., she first worked as an Endeavour Research Fellow with Professor Vincent Craig at Australian National University since 2005 and then was a postdoctoral fellow in the group of Professor William Ducker in University of Melbourne since 2006. Xuehua was an ARC Postdoctoral Fellowship from 2008 and later ARC Future Fellowship from 2013. In between, she spent six months at the University of Twente as a visiting researcher. From 2014, Xuehua joined RMIT University in Melbourne as an Associate Professor in Chemical Engineering. She was then appointed as a part-time Professor of Physics of Fluids Group at the University of Twente. From September 2017, she is a Professor of Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Alberta. Her research topics cover surface Nanobubbles and Nanodroplets, wetting, surface forces, spontaneous emulsification, Microextraction, self-assembly of colloids, evaporation, and dissolution of multicomponent droplets, and bubble dynamics in catalytic reactions.
Department of Chemical & Materials Engineering
12-211 Donadeo Innovation Centre for Engineering
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G1H9