Research projects in the lab are centered upon the development of structured materials useful in industrially relevant catalytic processes, electrocatalysis, electrochemical energy storage, membrane-based gas separation and drug delivery. Furthermore, efforts are made towards the development of nanomaterials, composites and porous materials adopting new synthetic methodologies allowing the structural fine tuning at the nanoscale, paving the way for structured materials rendered useful for a variety of applications.

Research Highlights

Single step strategy for crafting tin/carbon soot composite as highly stable Li-ion battery anode, Electrochem. Sci. Adv., 2021, e2100019

High surface area NiCoP nanostructure as efficient water splitting electrocatalyst for the oxygen evolution reaction, Mat. Res. Bull., 140, 2021, 111312

Deciphering the role of amine in amino silane- functionalized Pd/rGO catalyst for formic acid decomposition at room temperature, Bull. Mater. Sci., 2020, 43, 302. Nanoscale Engineering of Graphene‐Viologen Based 3D Covalent Organic Polymer Interfaces Leading to Efficient Charge‐Transfer for Pseudocapacitive Energy Storage, Chemistry Select, 2019, 4, 8089-8094
Bio-inspired temporal regulation of ion-transport in nanochannels, Nanoscale Advances, 2019, 1, 1847 – 1852. Pick a Wick: A Simple, Ultrafast Combustion Synthesis of Co3O4 Dispersed Carbon for Enhanced Oxygen Evolution Kinetics, ACS Applied Energy Materials,  2018, 1, 4448 – 4452.

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