Mr Md Nasir Uddin

PhD Candidate

How a nanostructured two dimensional (2D) materials at atomic scale can do a lot more than our imagination-is the key in my research and research activities. I have been involved with the development of new 2D materials for photocatalysis with improved physical and chemical properties. The significance of my research is the production of clean hydrogen (H2) energy from alcohol which has so many applications such as fuel cell, chemical industries, and aviation industries and so on. The hypothesis of our research is that we use alcohol’s to produce hydrogen without any hazardous gas production which has much advantages over traditional hydrogen energy production from water-splitting and other associate processes. We apply our cutting-edge research facilities within our research school to harness and getting the top-most findings from our experiment. In this job, I came up with experienced on materials science and engineering, hydrogen energy and natural gas processing, which help me a lot in my research in RSC.RSC is a great place to learn and know from great minds and academics, what I do believe will be the excellent achievements in my life to getting a better carrier after my graduation. Before I pursuit my PhD in RSC, I have completed my MS in Chemical Engineering from the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA and B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering from Shah Jalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh.