Morphy Dumlao

Dr, Doctor of Philosophy, Research Fellow

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Our project will develop in-field assessment of grape quality, composition and fungal taint compounds. The work builds upon our expertise for quantifying volatiles linked to grape fungal infection and will extend to volatiles linked to wine faults and taints.

Currently, the focus is on developing a rapid and direct method for the detection of volatile grape biomarkers using mass spectrometry. Firstly, a library of different adsorbent materials with ultrahigh surface areas that selectively capture our target compounds will be developed and characterized. Secondly, a new sampling and ionization source for mass spectrometry will be developed that enables analytes to be selectively and rapidly detected by integrating thermal desorption with ambient ionization for the first time. The performance of this library of thermal desorption materials and this ionization approach will be compared to that of commercially available materials (e.g., polymer Tenax) and instrumentation (i.e. gas chromatography mass spectrometry).

Education/Academic qualification

Chemistry, PhD, University of New South Wales

15 Feb 201415 Jun 2017

Award Date: 15 Oct 2017

External positions

Visiting Fellow, University of New South Wales

18 Feb 2019 → …

Subject keywords

  • Ambient mass spectrometry
  • Analytical Chemsitry
  • Biosecurity
  • material science


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