Dr Ren Chong LIM

renchong.lim@ubd.edu.bn

Lecturer, Centre for Advanced Material and Energy Sciences

               

     

I am a lecturer at the Centre for Advanced Material and Energy Sciences, Universiti Brunei Darussalam. The main mission of this research centre is to support economic diversification in Brunei Darussalam through innovation and high-quality graduate-training. I work primarily in the area of material science innovations.

To date, I have successfully supervised one PhD project on the development of photocatalytic coatings for Brunei Darussalam and one Master project on thermo-reflective polarising roof materials to increase energy efficiency of buildings.

At the Centre for Lifelong Learning (C3L), I teach a 14-week course on intellectual property rights and patent innovation. In addition, I teach energy-storage systems and engineering mechanics at the undergraduate level. Finally, I am involved with the UBD Entrepreneurship Village which spearheads entrepreneurship training and education at the university.

EDUCATION

DPhil in Condensed Matter Physics (University of Oxford, UK)
MRes in Photonics (Imperial College London, UK)
MSci in Physics (Imperial College London, UK)

RESEARCH INTERESTS

nanotechnology, single-molecule biophysics, photonics

FUTURE PROJECTS

Research and development of anticorrosion coatings

Corrosion is a widespread problem faced by all types of industries from maritime vessels to pipelines used in the oil and gas industry. In this project, novel anticorrosion coatings are developed using zinc-rich primers technology widely used due to its low cost and ease of fabrication.


Applications Invited
PhD and Master in Material Science by Research
5

Scopus Publications

148

Google Scholar Citations

4

Google Scholar h-index

2

Google Scholar i10-index

Scopus Publications

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

YFC Chau, CTC Chao, HJ Huang, RC Lim, HP Chiang (2019) Tunable plasmonic effects arising from metal–dielectric nanorods. Applied Optics 58(10), 2530-2539

NNB Rosli, LC Ming, AH Mahadi, S Wattanasiriwech, RC Lim and NTRN Kumara (2018) Ruthenium dye (N3) removal from simulated wastewater using bamboo charcoal and activated bamboo charcoal. Key Engineering Materials 765, 92-98

YFC Chau, CTC Chao, JY Rao, HP Chiang, CM Lim, RC Lim, and NY Voo (2016) Tunable optical performances on a periodic array of plasmonic bowtie nanoantennas with hollow cavities. Nanoscale Research Letters 11(1), 411

MJ Tipping, NJ Delalez, R Lim, RM Berry, and JP Armitage (2013) Load-dependent assembly of the bacterial flagellar motor. MBio 4(4), e00551-13

C Macías-Romero, R Lim, MR Foreman, and P Török (2011) Synthesis of structured partially spatially coherent beams. Optics Letters 36(9), 1638-1640

TOP PUBLICATIONS

NNB Rosli, LC Ming, AH Mahadi, S Wattanasiriwech, RC Lim and NTRN Kumara (2018) Ruthenium dye (N3) removal from simulated wastewater using bamboo charcoal and activated bamboo charcoal. Key Engineering Materials 765, 92-98

MJ Tipping, NJ Delalez, R Lim, RM Berry, and JP Armitage (2013) Load-dependent assembly of the bacterial flagellar motor. MBio 4(4), e00551-13

YFC Chau, CTC Chao, JY Rao, HP Chiang, CM Lim, RC Lim, and NY Voo (2016) Tunable optical performances on a periodic array of plasmonic bowtie nanoantennas with hollow cavities. Nanoscale Research Letters 11(1), 411

C Macías-Romero, R Lim, MR Foreman, and P Török (2011) Synthesis of structured partially spatially coherent beams. Optics Letters 36(9), 1638-1640

YFC Chau, CTC Chao, HJ Huang, RC Lim, HP Chiang (2019) Tunable plasmonic effects arising from metal–dielectric nanorods. Applied Optics 58(10), 2530-2539

GRANT DETAILS

Machine Learning-Aided Product-Development of Nation-Based Coatings
Reference No: UBD/RSCH/1.1/RG/2018/001
Grant Amount: BND 29,850.00
Principal Investigator
15th February 2018 - 14th November 2019

CONSULTANCY

Yes - please get in touch for more details: renchong.lim@ubd.edu.bn

INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

Sustainability consultancy for Unilever (3 weeks) - deriving insights and extracting value from an industrial IoT platform.

SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, or ACADEMIC BENEFITS

Human-capacity development and intellectual property management