We, the “folks@graphene” welcomes you to the Nanomaterials Lab of Department of Polymer Science and Rubber Technology, Cochin University of Science and Technology. The core research of the group is on the investigation on novel physical and chemical properties of graphene hybrids of different nanomaterials and their exploration in viable technologies. Currently, the research works span over the development of triboelectric nanogenerators, 2D nanoscrolls and its magnetic hybrids, self-cleaning materials and coatings, supercapacitors from functional materials, nanohybrids for CO2 photoreduction and hydrogen production, multifunctional conducting polymers, synthesis of polymeric aerogels for pollutant removal, development of green adhesives from bio-resources, and development of green tyres. With several interdisciplinary collaborations within CUSAT and abroad, the group aims the goal of developing multifunctional materials nanoresearch finding a wide range of applications in energy and environment. – Honey John’s Research Group.
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Congrats to Dr. Sona Stanly for the successful completion of PhD viva.
Title:“Studies on Polyvinyl Alcohol Nanocomposite Films and Aerogels With Modified Clay and its Reduced Graphene Oxide Hybrids for Carbon Dioxide Adsorption and Organic Dye Removal”
Congrats to Dr. Divya Jose for the successful completion of PhD Viva.
Title:“Studies on Polydimethyl Siloxane Based Composites of Selected Conducting Polymers and Their Graphene Hybrids for Energy Harvesting Applications as Triboelectric Nanogenerators”
CUSAT Research Team Develops Device to Generate Power from Human Movements.