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Dhanu Treasa Mathew

Senior Research Fellow

Dhanu Treasa Mathew

As a chemistry graduate, Dhanu tried exploring different nano particle materials for various applications based on its size and mode of synthesis. She holds on to the world of photocatalytic nanoparticles struck by its hilarious properties and exquisite applications in day to day life. She is focused on developing a stable and efficient photo catalyst for the catalytic reduction of CO2 which is one of the abundant and worst green house gases causing the so-called global warming and devastating climate change. Dhanu joined the group in July 2018.

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E. J. Jelmy, Nishanth Thomas, Dhanu Treasa Mathew, Jesna Louis, Nisha T. Padmanabhan, Vignesh Kumaravel, Honey John, and Suresh C. Pillai, Impact of structure, doping and defect-engineering in 2D materials on CO2 capture and conversion React. Chem. Eng., 2021, View the Article

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Nisha T Padmanabhan, Nishanth Thomas, Jesna Louis, Dhanu Treasa Mathew, Priyanka Ganguly, Honey John, Suresh C Pillai “Graphene coupled TiO2 photocatalysts for environmental applications: A review”, Chemosphere, 129506, 2021. Full Article


Qualified UGC JRF in December 2018

International / National Conferences / Seminars

Dhanu Treasa Mathew, Nisha T P, Manoj N., Honey John, “CTAB-assisted hydrothermal synthesis of TiO2 for superhydrophilic self-cleaning applications”, CTPS’20, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Feb 28, 2020.