Front Row (From L to R): Chi-han, Ahmed, Tao, Katherine, Jay
Back Row (From L to R): Marina, Xiaoxi, Teddy, Ananda, Yuying, Viral
[not in Picture: Apoorva (the photographer)] (2014)
Front Left to Right: Tao, Teddy, Anjani, Yue, Sreenivas, Jianping, Xiaoxi, Viktor, Elizangela, Vanessa, Katherine, Heveline, and Rafael (2015-2016)
Prof. Tewodros Asefa (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ph.D. (2002), University of Toronto, Canada
Dr. Chaoyun Tang
Research Projects: Synthesis of 2D and multifunctional nanostructured materials for energy conversions and storage using rationally designed metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) as precursors.
Dr. Zhujian Huang
Research Projects: Synthesis of novel layered double hydroxides (LDHs) and nanoporous materials for electrolysis and environmental remediation and extraction of emerging pollutants.
Research Projects: Development of multifunctional semiconducting nanocatalysts and photocatalysts for renewable energy applications.
Research Project: Synthesis of multifunctional nanomaterials and organo-functionalized mesoporous materials for delivery of drugs and antibacterial agents.
Maricely Ramirez Hernandez
Research Project: Synthesis of hybrid nanomaterials for prevention of wound causing microbes and biofilms and development of wound dressings.
Research Project: Metallic and semiconducting nanostructured materials and heterojunctions for photocatalysis, renewable energy and enironmental remediation
Durga Sankar Vavilapalli
Research Project: Development of novel multiferioic and topological materials and investigation of their electrocatalytic properties for renewable energy systems and photocatalysts propertes for environmental remediation.
Research Project: Development of novel precious metal-free electrocatalysts and investigation of their electrochemical and electrocatalysis properties using state-of-the-art spectroscopy.
Research Project: Synthesis of polymer-functionalized nanostructured naterials for chronic wound healing.
Research Project: Nanomaterials functionalized with metal Ions for skin wound treatment,
Research Project: Developmenyt of organic-functionalized mesoporous metal oxides with antimicrobial agents for wound treatment.