Nasim Hyder

Postdoctoral Fellow
Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering  (2009)
University of Waterloo
ResearcherID

Engineering the structure and properties of nanomaterials for next generation functional devices


Energy & Environment

  • Synthesis of nanomaterials and their electrode assembly for energy storage devices
  • Hybrid organic/inorganic composites for high-performance batteries and supercapacitors
  • Multilayered nanoporous thin-films for environmental applications

Nano-bio Interface

  • Surface chemistry and assembly of nanomaterials for rapid manufacturing
  • Functional thin-film coatings for implantable devices

Bibliography

 

• M.N. Hyder, N.J. Shah and P.T. Hammond, Multilayer Assembly Approaches: from Electrochemical Energy to Programmable Pharmacies, in "Multilayer Thin Films: Sequential Assembly of Nanocomposite Materials," Eds. G. Decher, J. Schlenoff, Wiley-VCH, NY, London. (2012)

 

• M.N. Hyder, B. Gallant, N. J. Shah, Y. Shao-Horn and P.T. Hammond, Synthesis of Highly Stable Sub- 8nm TiO2 Nanoparticles and Their Multilayer Electrodes of TiO2/Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes,  Nano Letters, Article ASAP(2013).

 

• M.N. Hyder, S.W. Lee, F.C. Cebeci, Y. Shao-Horn and P.T. Hammond, Layer-by-Layer Assembled Polyaniline Nanofiber/Multiwall Carbon Nanotube Thin Film Electrodes for High-Power and –Energy Storage Applications, ACS Nano, 5, 8552-8561 (2011)

 

• N.J. Shah, M.N. Hyder, J. H. Moskowitz, M.A. Quadir, S. Morton, H.J. Seeherman, R.F. Padera, M. Spector and P.T. Hammond, Surface mediated bone tissue morphogenesis for stabilizing biomedical implants, Science Translational Medicine, 5 (191) (2013)

 

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