Dr Asim Riaz

Position Postdoctoral Fellow
Department Electronic Materials Engineering
Research group Semiconductor optoelectronics and nanotechnology group
Email
Office John Carver 4 07

Publications

Journal article

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Direct solar to hydrogen conversion enabled by silicon photocathodes with carrier selective passivated contacts
Sustainable Energy & Fuels 6, 2() 349-360
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Optical and radiative characterisation of alumina-silica based ceramic materials for high-temperature solar thermal applications
Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer 272() 1-11
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Recent Advances in Materials Design Using Atomic Layer Deposition for Energy Applications
Advanced Functional Materials 32, 3() 39
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Redox Performance of Ceria-Vanadia Mixed-Phase Reticulated Porous Ceramics for Solar Thermochemical Syngas Production
Energy and Fuels 35, 20() 16791-16798
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Experimental demonstration of vanadium-doped nanostructured ceria for enhanced solar thermochemical syngas production
Nano Energy 81()
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Cyclic oxygen exchange capacity of Ce-doped V2O5 materials for syngas production: Via high-temperature thermochemical-looping reforming of methane
RSC Advances 11, 37() 23095-23104
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Unconventional direct synthesis of Ni3N/Ni with N-vacancies for efficient and stable hydrogen evolution
Energy and Environmental Science 15, 1() 185-195
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Concentration-Dependent Solar Thermochemical CO2/H2O Splitting Performance by Vanadia-Ceria Multiphase Metal Oxide Systems
Research 2020() 1-12
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Structural Rearrangement in LSM Perovskites for Enhanced Syngas Production via Solar Thermochemical Redox Cycles
ACS Catalysis 10, 15() 8263-8276
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Electrospun Manganese-Based Perovskites as Efficient Oxygen Exchange Redox Materials for Improved Solar Thermochemical CO2 Splitting
ACS Applied Energy Materials 2, 4() 2494-2505

(10 publications)

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