Peter Kreider

Research Fellow and Program Manager Materials Enhancement

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Engineering Building (32), E213A


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Materials science (especially nanomaterials and composites), solar thermochemical processing, and microreacting systems.


Dr Kreider currently leads industry-focused research on the development, manufacture, and characterisation of next-generation carbon-fibre reinforced polymer composites, with a focus on nanomaterial-enabled pathways for improved functionality.


Dr Kreider is the Program Manager for Materials Enhancement in the ARC Training Centre for Automated Manufacture of Advanced Composites. He is also a Research Fellow specialising in nanomaterials and multi-functional composites. From 2015-18, Dr Kreider was a research fellow investigating high-temperature thermochemical processes for solar fuels and solar thermal energy storage, also at ANU. He has also previously worked as an energy analyst within the Oregon State University Energy Efficiency Center.

Dr Kreider completed his PhD at Oregon State University in 2015, specialising in innovative reaction engineering for materials and sustainability. He completed his BSc in Chemical Engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder in 2010.

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