Dr. Darryl Jones has research interests in electron collisions with atoms, molecules and free radicals that have applications in medical (radiation-based therapies) and technology-based fields (plasma processing). Dr. Jones utilises experiments with low- and high-energy electrons to study a range of phenomena that includes electron-impact excitation, ionization and fragmentation processes. Dr Jones has interests in quantum chemical computations that are useful for describing atomic and molecular phenomena.
Doctor of Philosophy (Flinders University, 2008)
ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (2012-2015)
Project "Adapting industrial plasma-processing chemistries through electron collisions
to meet emerging technological and environmental requirements"
Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science Post-Doctoral Fellow: Tohoku University (2008-2010)
Project "Molecular-Frame Electron Momentum Spectroscopy"
Ferry Scholarship (2004-2007)
Flinders Prize in Theoretical Physics (2003)
The Max Clark Prize in Science and Engineering (2003)
Flinders Institute for Research in Science and Technology (2003)
Flinders Prize in Physics (2001)
Science for the New Century Scholarship (2000-2003)
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