“Spending more than a decade on teaching, research and development, Dr Razmjou has accrued multidisciplinary skills to develop innovative technologies for biomedical and environmental applications. He received his PhD in Chemical Engineering from UNSW, 2012. His surface architecturing skills using functional nanostructured materials alongside biofunctionalization have helped him to develop innovative membranes for desalination and water treatment, and nanobiosensors. Inspiring form nature, ion-selective nanochannels, and nanopores are strategically being designed to utilize for selectively controlling transportation phenomena in atomic scale. Dr Razmjou’s current research focuses on designing ion-selective nanostructured membranes for Lithium (Li) ion separations and resource recovery, developing advanced Biomicrofluidics systems using microfabrication technologies, and biocatalytic conversion of CO2 using membranes. Dr Razmjou, the editorial board member of Desalination, has published more than 100 peer-reviewed papers (Dec 2020) in related top-tier journals and supervised more than 20 postgraduate students. “
His current research focuses on designing ion selective membranes for Lithium (Li) ion separations and resource recovery, developing advanced Biomicrofluidics systems using microfabrication technologies and biocatalytic conversion of CO2.