Multi-disciplinary Approach to Renewable Energy & Biological Systems - A place where Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics merge

The rapid growth in energy consumption stimulates the quest for renewable and non-polluting technologies, such as solar cells and storage devices. Development of such applications, however, presents major challenges, that range from basic science questions to specific material properties. In addition, biologically related problems are also frequently addressed. Using continuum approach of dynamical systems and pattern formation, we tackle such multi-disciplinary problems to understand and potentially design efficient applications.

    In general, the group focuses and advances topics related to:

  • Mechanistic understanding of physicochemical based renewable energy devices and some biological applications by closely working with other experimental groups;
  • Basic aspects of pattern forming systems and bifurcation theory.

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