H.E.J. Faculty

Dr. Zafar Khan Ghouri

Assistant Professor
Area(s) of Research:
Functional Nanomaterials, Energy Storage and Conversion, Photocatalysis and Membrane Science

Curriculum Vitae


 
Dr. Zafar Khan has over 55 publications in top quality international peer-reviewed journals and received 1,393 citations with h-index of 20. In addition, he authored two book chapters and recipient of several awards and fellowships, including BK-21 Scholarship for Ph.D. studies (South Korea), 2014 – 2016, excellent paper presentation award, 2014 and 2015 (The Korean Society of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry), Juan de la Cierva Fellowship, Spain and UTM-Fellowship, Malaysia. His research interests include synthesis, characterizations, processing, and application of functional nanomaterials; some specific research areas are synthesis of various class of carbon materials (CNFs, Gr, CNT, GQD, CQD etc.) and modification of 2D materials for energy (fuel cells, supercapacitors, dyes synthesized solar cells and batteries) and water treatment applications. He has enormous experience in the study of the structures and chemical properties of various materials, including metals, alloys, ceramics, semiconductors, and polymers, to develop new products or to enhance the properties of existing products.