Postdoctoral Fellow Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering (2009)
University of Waterloo ResearcherID
Understanding and optimizing the
processing-structure-property of nanomaterials
for next generation high performance devices.
Energy & Environment
nanomaterials and their hierarchical assembly for
organic/inorganic electrodes for high-performance energy
thin-films for environmental applications.
Surface chemistry and
physics of nanostructured materials
coatings for orthopedic applications.
M.N. Hyder, N.J. Shah and P.T. Hammond, Multilayer
from Electrochemical Energy to Programmable Pharmacies, in
Thin Films: Sequential Assembly of Nanocomposite
Materials," Eds. G. Decher,
J. Schlenoff, Wiley-VCH, NY, London. (2012)
M.N. Hyder, S.W. Lee, F.C. Cebeci, Y. Shao-Horn and P.T.
Assembled Polyaniline Nanofiber/Multiwall Carbon Nanotube
Thin Film Electrodes for High-Power and –Energy Storage
Applications, ACS Nano, 5, 8552-8561 (2011)