Are you passionate about developing sustainable energy solutions? Join our team to develop new nanomaterials for the advanced heterogeneous-catalysis based energy conversion, including water/alcohol splitting to hydrogen fuel, CO2 reduction to value-added fuels, N2 reduction to ammonia, and CH4 oxidation to value-added chemicals. In this Honours/Master project, you will focus on the design of materials and the understanding of critical parameters for improving these reactions based on heterogeneous catalysis. You will explore the energy band alignment within heterojunctions, the transport of charged carriers, the reaction pathway selectivity, product yield, and performance stability. By designing new materials and optimizing these parameters, you will develop more efficient and sustainable energy conversion processes. This project offers a unique opportunity to gain experience in materials synthesis, characterization, and catalysis, as well as contribute to cutting-edge research in the field of sustainable energy.