Mr Isaac Gill

Mr Isaac Gill

Minecraft Developer

School of Electrical Engineering and Computing

Career Summary


Mr. Isaac Gill is currently completing a Bachelor of Medical Engineering (Honours) and a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honours). In his time as an undergraduate, Isaac has worked as a member for the Centre for Organic Electronics and published an academic paper to the Journal for Chemical Education. He currently works under Dr. Shamus Smith and Dr. Karen Blackmore to conduct human-computer interfaced experimentation. He also works with Dr. Daniel Beard to model blood flow through the human brain, hoping to identify ways to better treat stroke victims.

Isaac's research interests include bionic limbs and artificial organs. He hopes to one day change the lives of those impacted by life changing diseases through his work.


  • App Development
  • Augmented Reality
  • Bionics
  • Collateral Vasculature
  • Haemodynamics
  • Medical Engineering
  • Organic Electronics
  • Software Development
  • Stroke


For publications that are currently unpublished or in-press, details are shown in italics.

Journal article (1 outputs)

Year Citation Altmetrics Link
2020 Nicolaidis NC, Hollott PV, Stanwell B, Gill IA, Bull JE, Bentsen S, et al., 'Developing a Portable Organic Solar Cell Kit Suitable for Students to Fabricate and Test Solar Cells in the Laboratory', Journal of Chemical Education, 97 3751-3757 (2020) [C1]
DOI 10.1021/acs.jchemed.9b00941
Citations Scopus - 2Web of Science - 2
Co-authors Paul Dastoor, Krishna Feron

Research Projects

Augmented Reality Application Development 2020 -

With the Centre for Organic Electronics, Isaac is developing applications for augmented reality technology to better educate and interest undergraduate students in advanced physics.

Neurovasculature Collateral Modelling 2020 -

Isaac is currently working to model blood flow through the human brain to better understand and treat victims of strokes.

Organic Photovoltaic Fabrication 2019 - 2020

Under Dr. Natalie Holmes, Isaac and a team of associates produced different types and samples of organic photovoltaic cells that are successfully able to convert sunlight into electrical power. These cells can be fabricated in a high school classroom, are much cheaper than conventional solar cells and could hence be the future of solar power.


Mr Isaac Gill


Minecraft Developer
School of Electrical Engineering and Computing
College of Engineering, Science and Environment

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Contact Details

Phone (02) 4921 5372
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Room ES134
Location Callaghan
University Drive
Callaghan, NSW 2308