MATS3001; MATS4005; MATS6002; MATS6108
I have been working on nanoionic materials for the applications of information and energy storage devices. I am leading the Nanoionic Materials Group at UNSW with 24 researchers. My laboratory is focusing on design, fabrication and printing of nanoionic materials for nanoelectronics (including sensors, memories and transistors), as well as energy storage and conversion materials (including supercapacitor electrodes, solid-state electrolytes, and electro-catalysts). My group targets to develop solution processed, printable and flexible nanoionic materials for cost-effective and energy-efficient wearable electronics, such as wearable sensors for healthcare monitoring, energy harvesting devices ( moisture electric generator) and energy storage devices ( Zn ion batteries and seawater batteries) as well as artificial synaptic devices.
My Research Supervision
Currently supervising 21 HDR students.