Meenesh Singh Receives College of Engineering Outstanding Research Award
Graduate Student Meenesh Singh receives the 2013 College of Engineering Outstanding Research Award. He will be recognized at the Spring Graduate Student Awards luncheon and receive a certificate and a $2000 award. This honor is given to students who have demonstrated excellence in research through: peer-reviewed publications in journals and conference proceedings, awards for research, recognized contributions to the research field and society, leadership within a research community, academic achievements and participation in professional societies.
Meenesh joined the School of Chemical Engineering in Spring 2009. He holds a BS degree from Sardar Patel University and a MS degree from Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. He is advised by Professor Doraiswami Ramkrishna on his PhD thesis "Towards the Control of Crystal Shape and Morphology Distributions in Crystallizers". After graduation he will be joining Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis (JCAP North) at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab as a postdoctoral fellow to work on photoelectrochemical water-splitting systems, where he will be supervised by Professor Rachel Segalman.