- The group’s research focuses on applications of organic thin films in electronic devices.
- The four major areas of focus are OLED fabrication, sensor fabrication, quantum dot devices, and printed electronics.
- Collaborations with universities in Indonesia, including LIPI and Gadjah Mada University, contribute to the development of organic thin film devices in the country.
Prof. Dr. Rusli Daik (Polymer synthesis, nano-structured polymers, bio-synthetic)
- Prof. Emeritus Dato’ Dr. Muhammad Yahaya (Solid state physics energy, thin films and sensor technology, Nanomaterials, Solar cells and Energy)
- Prof. Dr. Akrajas Ali Umar (Semiconductor nanocrystals, Metallic nanoparticles, Nanocrystal-organic hybrid synthesis for optoelectronic devices)
- Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohd Yusri Abdul Rahman (Organics electronics, Dye-synthesized solar cells)
- Dr. Tg Hasnan Tg Abd Aziz (Graphene, OLED)
- Dr. Ahmad Ghadafi Ismail (Nanotechnology, polymer coating, microelectronic fabrication, organic thin-film transistor, organic light emitting diode, organic photovoltaic)
- Dr. Norhayati Abu Bakar (Thin film, Sensors, Nanomaterials)
- Fabrication of improved white organic light emitting diode for flat panel display.
- Development of gas sensor using TiO” nanoparticles coated with bio material thin films.
- Synthesis of SnO’ nanowires for high sensitivity gas sensor.
- Development of metal oxide-polymer nanocomposice thin films for volatile organic compound gas sensor.
- Nanowire solid state dye-sensitized solar cells.
- Development of solid state dye-sensitized titanium dioxide photoelectrochemical cells.