Krishnan Murugappan (Krish) is a Research Fellow in the School of Engineering and Computer Science working on the Grand Challenge: Our Health in Our Hands (OHIOH): Future Personalised Medical Technologies for a Sustainable and Effective Healthcare. He graduated with a BSc Hons in Nanotechnology and a PhD from Curtin University (Perth, Australia). His Phd was entitled, " Electrochemical sensing of toxic gases in room temperature ionic liquids". He then moved to the Department of Materials at the University of Oxford (Oxford, UK) as a postdoctoral research associate where he was working on chemiresistive gas sensors for 3 years before joining ANU.
His research interests lies in the area of chemical sensors paying particular attention to chemiresistive and amperometric sensors