Biography of Andrew Dicks, Industry Advisor at LC Engineering,
Andrew Dicks

Dr Andrew Dicks was formerly Principal Scientist with BG plc and Advantica Technologies in the UK, where he led research in fuel processing and fuel cell systems from 1985 to 2000. During this time he worked with leading fuel cell developers in two major collaborations supported by the European Commission. He also led collaborations between the UK, the USA and Canada, including chairmanship of the development of PEM fuel cells at the University of Victoria (BC), funded by BG plc, NSERC (Canada) and Ballard Power Systems. In 1991 he was awarded the HE Jones (London) Medal of the Institution of Gas Engineers in recognition of his work on high temperature fuel cells and has since co-authored the leading textbook on fuel cell systems that has been translated into both Japanese and Chinese. During the 1990s he was a member of the EPSRC Engineering College and the DTI Fuel Cell Advisory Panel. Dr Dicks moved to Australia in 2001 to take up a research fellowship in nanomaterials at the University of Queensland. In 2004 he became a Director of the Australian Institute of Energy and has contributed to developing a national interest in Hydrogen Energy systems and technologies, including the National Hydrogen Technology Roadmap published in 2008. In the same year he chaired the World Hydrogen Energy Conference held in Brisbane. From 2006 to 2009 he was Director of the National Hydrogen Materials Alliance, a network of 12 university research groups and ANSTO funded by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO). Since then he has become the founding President of the Australian Association for Hydrogen Energy. He is now Industry Advisor at LC Engineering, a consultancy based in Brisbane with particular interest in solar and other renewable energy system, and energy storage. His publication record includes several book chapters and 10 international patents. He has been a committee member of the Royal Society of Chemistry, and is on the editorial boards of the Journal of Power Sources and the International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. He has been engaged by governments in Sweden, Canada and Singapore to review their fuel cell research programmes, provides advice and due diligence to venture capitalists and other funding agencies, and is on the advisory boards of several international conferences. He was chairman of the World Hydrogen Energy Conference 2008 held in Brisbane. Dr Dicks received his BSc and PhD degrees from Loughborough University in the UK and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry and Chartered Chemist

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Hydrogen Energy Technologies
T. Nejat Veziroglu and Frano Barbir
30 $

UNIDO Emerging Technologies Series, UNIDO, Vienna, 1998.
21 cm X 30 cm, 122 pages, Paper Cover, Price $30.00.
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Hydrogen Energy Technologies
T. Nejat Veziroglu and Frano Barbir
30 $

UNIDO Emerging Technologies Series, UNIDO, Vienna, 1998.
21 cm X 30 cm, 122 pages, Paper Cover, Price $30.00.
Price $30.00 per copy (postage and handling included).
IAHE Members and Booksellers receive a discount of 30%

Only English version of this book is available for sale online. For other languages please contact local publishers. 

 
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