Nano Material and System Lab Research Program
Core Research Areas
- 1. Functional Nanomaterials
- 2. Energy Harvesters
- 3. Electrochemical Systems
- 4. Self-powered Sensors and Systems
- 5. Piezo-phototronic Systems
Functional Nanomaterials (FMs) gained critical technological importance in various fields such as electronic, health care, optical communication, energy conversion and storage fields. The FMs includes inorganic, organic, hybrid, nanomaterials and soft mater possesses multiple effects such as photoelectric, ferroelectricity, piezoelectricity, magnetism, energy storage and harvesting, superconductivity, magnetocaloric effect, electromagnetic and plasmonic properties etc. These properties can be possible tune by size dependency, synthesis process (temperature, pressure, medium), and compositional fluctuation, respectively. Moreover, the nanomaterials are the bridge between the bulk, atomic/molecular structures and its design, development, enhancement of properties leads to a better life/society.
The NMSL lab keenly working on the development of various highly efficient nanostructures, microstructures, flexible films (thin/thick films) for energy conversion/storage and sensor applications.
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