Griffith Hack Trainee Patent Attorney's PhD thesis published

Griffith Hack Trainee Patent Attorney's PhD thesis published - Griffith Hack

23 April 2012

Griffith Hack Trainee Patent Attorney, Dr Andy Mukherji's PhD thesis has been published as a paperback book by LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. Details of the publication, Photocatalysts: Photocatalysts for Hydrogen Production by Solar Light Driven Water Splitting, can be found here.

Andy’s PhD studies at the University of Queensland focused on design and fabrication of nanostructured materials for sustainable energy conversion applications including hydrogen production from water splitting.

Andy’s scientific work has been highly acclaimed and has been highlighted in numerous peer-reviewed journals including Nature Photonics.
Recently, Andy has also been selected as a recipient for the Dean’s Award for Research Higher Degree Excellence for the year 2011 for this thesis. Andy was selected for this award due to the “demonstrated excellence in [his] research higher degree”. The Dean also noted the project has been commended by Andy’s “advisors and independent examiners for its substantial contribution to the field of research”. Fewer than 10 per cent of PhD and MPhil graduates are recognised each year. Congratulations Andy on these recent achievements.