Rakesh Joshi is an Associate Professor at the School of Materials Science and Engineering and leading the Graphene Research Group (UNSW Team Graphene). Before joining UNSW, he was a Marie Curie International Fellow with Nobel Laureate Sir Andre Geim at the University of Manchester. Joshi is among a select group of researchers who have been awarded each of the world’s most prestigious relevant International Research Fellowships; the JSPS Invitation Fellowship, the Humboldt Fellowship and the Marie Curie International Fellowship. A/Prof Joshi is currently leading various industry-funded research projects on the application of graphene. Dr Joshi has over $1.5 million of industry funding as Principal investigator (Lead Chief Investigator) and over $4 million as Chief Investigator (CI) on ARC projects. Joshi's team was the finalist (with Sydney Water) for NSW Water Award (Australian Water Association) in Research Excellence Category. A/Prof Joshi has over 90 journal articles (and 3 international patents), with over 70 articles as the first/corresponding author.
** Rakesh Joshi is NOT (and has NEVER been) associated with any Graphene/Nanotech companies in any part of INDIA or Anywhere**. Rakesh only communicates with the UNSW email id
Important publications with A/Prof Joshi as first/corresponding author:
Science (2014); Materials Today (2021, 2011); Advanced Materials (2020); ACS Nano (2021); Applied Materials Today (2015); Chemical Science (2018, 2016); Green Chemistry (2018); Carbon (8 papers- 2016, 2017, 2018, 2020); Materials Today Chemistry (2019, 2020); Journal of Membrane Science (2019); Applied Physics Letters ( 5 papers- 2006, 2008, 2009); Nanotechnology (6 papers); Advanced Materials Interfaces (4 papers- 2018, 2019, 2020); Journal of Physical Chemistry (6 papers); Nanoscale (2016, 2018).
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