Dr Keelan O’Neill


Research Fellow

Keelan is a Research Fellow in the UWA Fluid Science and Resources (FSR) division.  Keelan’s current research focusses on the analysing  sustainable hydrogen supply chains.  Keelan’s recent work also involves the development of low field nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) instruments for industrial applications.  This included developing downhole geophysical sensors (NMR and spectral gamma ray) for drilling systems in iron ore, developing new NMR interpretation techniques and analysing space regolith samples.  Prior joining the FSR, Keelan worked at Qteq as a physicist involved in developing and operating NMR tools for wireline logging.  Keelan completed his PhD at UWA on the development an Earth’s Field NMR multiphase flow meter.

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