Director, Centre for Advanced Material and Energy Sciences
Plasmonics in solar fuel production, 2-D layered materials in sensors application, Renewable energy; solar PV, Wind
Plasmonic sensitizers are used to convert light to heat. The heat produced is utilized for high temperature chemical reactions. One such application is in water splitting where plasmonic resonances are generated and in combination with a catalyst, resulting in green hydrogen production.
The transition to a nett zero/low carbon society is widely accepted as the way forward in climate change policies. This work focuses on the barriers (technical, societal and economics ) in achieving the low/zero carbon target in the Southeast Asia region.
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Functionalized coating materials, 2-D functionalised materials, GPR