Izan Izwan Misnon
Material Technology - Senior Lecturer
My current research activities fall into two broad areas: energy storage and electrochemistry. In energy storage research, the main interests are to (i) synthesizing activated carbon, transition metal oxide, conducting polymer composite material and fabrication of electrochemical capacitor electrode, and (ii) study the physicochemical properties of material using various spectroscopic tools. The electrochemical properties of desired materials will be analyzed using several electrochemistry methods including Cyclic Voltammetry (CV), Galvanostatic Charge Discharge (CDC) and Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS). The main objective of my research is to discover novel materials that capable to stored electrical energy at high energy and power densities.