Professor Greg Dicinoski
Prof Dicinoski graduated with a PhD in 1995 (CQU). He spent 2.5 years as a Senior Research Scientist with the Council for Mineral Technology in South Africa and 2 years at the University of South Africa. Prof Dicinoski returned to the University of Tasmania in 1999 and was appointed Head of the School of Chemistry from 2009-2013 and Deputy Director of the Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science from 2006-2013. His research is funded by the ARC and Federal Government and has resulted in 50+ peer-review publications and 100+ conference presentations. Prof Dicinoski has supervised 25 honours, masters and doctorate students. Prof Dicinoski has been awarded national teaching citations and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute Inc (RACI) and a member of the Australian and New Zealand Forensic Science Society (ANZFSS). In 2013, he left the University of Tasmania, where he currently holds an Adjunct Professorial position, to accept a position as the Head Scientist for the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA). In this role he leads a group of 25 technical staff responsible for the scientific research and development program of the RBA, along with quality assurance, counterfeit assessment and damaged banknote evaluation.