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Our primary research thrust revolves around the discovery, synthesis, and advanced characterisation of functional materials, with a specific emphasis on emerging nanomaterials and semiconductors. Notably, our focus extends to cutting-edge areas such as halide perovskites and nanostructured metal oxides. We leverage these materials in the development of energy devices, including but not limited to solar photovoltaics (PV), photo- and X-ray detectors, light-emitting diodes (LEDs), solar-driven electrochemical systems, and photoelectrochemical cells (PEC). Join us as we push the boundaries of material science to drive innovation in sustainable energy technologies.

We specialize in developing and characterizing novel functional materials, like nanomaterials and semiconductors, using low-cost and scalable processing methods for diverse energy applications.

Illuminate the future with our Optoelectronic Devices research, where we pioneer advancements in solar photovoltaic technology, solid-state lighting, displays, and cutting-edge photo- and X-ray detectors, fostering innovation and efficiency in each beam of light.

In combating climate change, it is imperative to diminish greenhouse gas emissions through the adoption of clean and renewable fuels. This not only mitigates the environmental impact but also safeguards our finite resources, paving the way for sustainable energy solutions that can meet the ever-growing demand for power and contribute to the transition to a Net Zero future .

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