|Anna Lewandowska-Andralojc earned her M.Sc in Chemistry with Maxima Cum Laude at the Adam Mickiewicz University (AMU), Poznan, Poland in 2007. |
She continued her studies at AMU where in 2011, under the supervision of Prof. Bronislaw Marciniak, she completed her PhD titled “Photoinduced electron, proton or hydrogen-atom transfer reactions in benzophenone-tyrosine and benzophenone-methionine bichromophoric systems”. During the Ph.D she twice held internships in the Radiation Laboratory, Notre Dame, Indiana under the supervision of Dr. Ian Carmichael and Dr. Gordon Hug.
Subsequently, Anna spent two years as a Postdoctoral Associate in the research group of Dr. Etsuko Fujita at Brookhaven National Laboratory investigating photochemical reactions of transition metal catalysts (Ru, Ir, Co) for application in water splitting.
In 2014 she joined AMU as Assistant Professor. Her current research focuses on graphene-based nanomaterials in photocatalytic H2 production.