Doctor of Philosophy
On campus
Research Higher Degree

After completing his PhD at CQUniversity, Professor Dicinoski spent 2.5 years as a Senior Research Scientist with the Council for Mineral Technology in South Africa and two years as an Academic at the University of South Africa.

He returned to Australia in 1999 to work at the University of Tasmania, where he became the Head of the School of Chemistry and the Deputy Director of the Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science. In 2013, he joined the Reserve Bank of Australia as the Head Scientist.

Professor Dicinoski has published over 50 peer-reviewed papers and 120 conference presentations. He holds Adjunct Professorial positions with the Universities of Tasmania and Melbourne and has supervised nearly 30 research students.

Professor Dicinoski has been awarded national teaching citations, is a Fellow of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute, a Member of the Australian and New Zealand Forensic Science Society and the American Chemical Society.

Thesis title: Syntheses of anion exchange resins selective for gold and silver cyanide complexes