Dr. Eroglu is an expert in renewable energy technologies with a strong background in wastewater treatment and nano-biotechnological processes. Her PhD was focused on biotechnological processes for photosynthetic hydrogen production from agricultural wastewater in addition to the bioremediation of those wastes. She did her Postdoctoral studies at the University of California Berkeley that focused on biofuel production from several microalgal cultures. Before her current role at Curtin University, she was a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Western Australia. In both of those roles she has focused on gaining insightful knowledge about nanotechnology and green chemistry, and uses her expertise on photosynthetic microorganisms during the fabrication of various nano-bio hybrid materials for the development of sustainable process technologies and bioremediation of aqueous environment.