MCI seminar, 27 October:
Nanotechnology opportunities and its scope in the energy and health sector
By Dr Ateet Dutt, Low-Dimensional Materials, Materials Research Institute, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City, CDMX, Mexico
A significant investigation has been done on understanding and implementing the well-known effect of surface plasmon resonance (SPR) in nanomaterials, and it has opened extensive research possibilities. Our lab has grown different nanomaterials such as Si nanoparticles and hybrid Au-ZnO nanowires to explore their opportunity in solar cells, water splitting and chemical/biosensing applications. The aim is to control these nanostructures' size and shape and study their influence on different properties.
I will present the embedding of Si nanoparticles in various matrices such as SiOx, SiNx, SiOxCy, and their unique properties for downshifting applications in the third generation of solar cells. Further, I will report the growth of hybrid Au-ZnO nanowires and the associated opportunities in hydrogen production and chemical/biosensing applications.
Time & Zoom link
27 October, 15 - 16
Online via Zoom: https://syddanskuni.zoom.us/j/64904898456
Host: Yogendra Kumar Mishra
To protect the environment, we only provide an online version of the abstract. Should you need to print it, you can contact Sabina Petersen to get a pdf version.