An eminent analytical chemist, Professor Hilder’s own research focuses on the design and application of new polymeric materials used to improve analytical measurements including separations, environmental, food and bio-analysis.
Professor Hilder is one of the most influential women in the analytical sciences. She has held a place on the Analytical Scientist’s ‘Power List’ from 2013-16 and is a fellow of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute, Deputy Director of the Australia Research Council Training Centre for Portable Analytical Separation Technologies (ASTech) and Deputy Director of the Australian Research Council Research Hub for Integrated Device for End-user Analysis and Low Levels (IDEAL).
Under the strategic and academic guidance of Director Professor Emily Hilder FII, fosters an intellectually rigorous yet agile research environment that offers partners a flexible, responsive approach focused on the opportunities and challenges they face.
“The traditional academic approach is not the only approach that works in terms of driving strong positive outcomes in the university environment. We have an opportunity here to be a leader in this space.”