Congratulations Dr. Darunee Sertphon
Miss Darunee Sertphon, has passed an oral defense of a PhD dissertation on 22nd November 2016. Her thesis topic is "Molecular Magnetism in Fe, Co and Ni Schiff Base Complexes". The thesis examination committees are Prof. Keith S. Murray from Monash University, Australia, Prof. Dr. Sujittra Youngme from Khon Khen University, Assoc. Prof. Dr. David J. Harding (thesis advisor) and Assist. Prof. Dr. Phimphaka Harding (co-advisor).
Throughout her PhD study, the Royal Golden Jubilee PhD program (RGJ), supported her tuition fees, living costs, research expenses and including research training for 8 months at Department of Chemistry, Monash University, Australia.
So far she published some of her thesis work in high impact journals:
Darunee Sertphon, David J. Harding, Phimphaka Harding, Keith S. Murray, Boujemaa Moubaraki, Harry Adams, Adil Alkas, Shane G. Telfer. Substituesnt-Influenced Spin Crossover in FeIII Quinolylsalicylaldiminates, Eur. J. Inorg. Chem, 2016, 432-438.
Darunee Sertphon, David J. Harding, Phimphaka Harding, Keith S. Murray, Boujemaa Moubaraki, Harry Adams. Steric Trapping of the High Spin state in FeIII Quinolylsalicylaldimine Complexes. Aust. J. Chem. 2014, 67, 1574-1580.
During her PhD study, she gave oral presentations in 3 international conferences, 2 national conferences and 4 poster presentations in international conferences and also won The Best Oral Presentation at the Pure and Applied Chemistry International Conference (PACCON2016), Thailand and Bangkok Bank Young Chemist Award.