Physical and Inorganic Chemistry Research Group

General Information

Physical and Inorganic Chemistry Research Group is the largest research division under Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences. It is responsible to host, educate, and facilitate undergraduate (S1) and graduate students (S2 and S3) pursuing study and research program in the field of inorganic and physical chemistry. This division is also in charge in developing the advancement of science and technology and to solve problems related to inorganic and physical chemistry that occur in chemical industries.

Physical and Inorganic Chemistry Research Group’s research interest lies in chemical elements and their compounds other than carbon that already exists in the organic chemistry field. Other subjects that can be found in chemistry include silica, carbon nanotube, solid-state chemistry, polymer chemistry, biochemistry, bioinorganics, organometallics, energy-related chemistry, electrochemistry, corrosion chemistry, computational chemistry, spectroscopy, homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis.

The mission of the research groups is to provide lectures in Physical and Inorganic Chemistry; to make continuous improvement in teaching and learning process of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry; to carry out research both from new materials or existing topics into a specific focus (currently materials for fuel cells); to enhance collaborative research with both domestic and overseas research group.

The mission of the research groups is to provide lectures in Physical and Inorganic Chemistry; to make continuous improvement in teaching and learning process of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry; to carry out research both from new materials or existing topics into a specific focus (currently materials for fuel cells); to enhance collaborative research with both domestic and overseas research group.

Top Researches :

  1. Fuel cell and lithium battery (PMFC, SOFC, lithium polymer batteries)
  2. Catalyst and catalysis (syntheses of mesoporous solids, syntheses of zeolite catalysts, heterogenous catalyctic reactions)
  3. Advanced materials (spin transition, ferroelectrics/magneto electric, biodegradable polymers, porous nanomaterial for drug delivery, membranes)

Research Group