School of Medicine
Victoria Mill Building, VM 212-214
+44 (0) 1772 89 6049
Subject Areas: Mathematics, Chemistry
Andreas is a lecturer in Medical Science and delivers the Chemistry and Mathematics modules on the BSc Medical Science programme. Andreas has a great deal of experience in Science education and curriculum development. Andreas’s research interests lie in the areas of Heterogeneous catalysis and spectroscopy.
Andreas has more than ten-year experience in lecturing Chemistry and Mathematics in Higher Education (University of Manchester). Andreas has also led the curriculum development of several Science programmes. Furthermore, Andreas holds a senior associate tutor post at the Manchester Institute of Education, The University of Manchester. Andreas’s research interests lie in the area of synthesis and characterisation of inorganic porous catalysts by spectroscopic techniques. Andreas is the author of of thirty four research articles published in peer-reviewed international scientific journals.
Structure of the microporous titanosilicate ETS-10, Anderson, M.W.; Terasaki, O.; Ohsuna, T.; Philippou, A.; MacKay, S.P.; Ferreira, A.; Rocha, J.; Lidin, S. Nature 1994, 367, 347.
Dehydration of alcohols by microporous niobium silicate AM-11, Brandão, P.; Philippou, A.; Rocha, J.; and Anderson, M.W. Catal. Lett. 2002, 80, 3-4 99.
Theoretical study of toluene adsorbed on zeolites X and Y: Calculation of 13C parameters; Simperler, A.; Bell R.G.; Philippou, A.; Anderson, M.W. J. Phys. Chem. B, 2002, 106(42), pp 10944-10954.
Hydrothermal Synthesis and Characterisation of Two Novel Large‐Pore Framework Vanadium Silicates, Brandão, P.; Valente, A.; Philippou, A.; Ferreira, A.; Rocha, J.; Anderson, M.W. Berichte der deutschen chemischen Gesellschaft 2003(6): 1175-1180.