AAQRL Research Projects
Current research projects in
the group are focused on a detailed understanding of particle formation and
growth dynamics in high temperature environments. The understanding is
used for a more effective control of particle formation and emissions from
combustion systems. The same understanding is also used for the design of
synthesis processes to produce a range of nanomaterials.
Click to see PROJECT SUMMARIES.
The categories of our current
research projects are sub-divided into the following:
(Aerosol synthesis of a variety of nanomaterials for applications in
Nanotoxicology Studies, Nanomedicine and Energy & Environmental
CLEAN COAL TECHNOLOGIES (Coal Combustion, Mercury Capture, CO2 Capture and Conversion)
SOLAR ENERGY (Next Generation Solar Cells, Water Splitting, Photocatalysis)
BIOMASS COMBUSTION (Flat Flame, Stove Projects, System Analysis)