We are mainly focused on the fields of capturing and utilising carbon dioxide waste emitted from energy-intensive industries.

Our research interests include:

  • Electrochemical conversion of CO2 to produce value-added products
  • Electro-catalysts design and development
  • CO2 capture techniques and process integration
  • Electrode structure design and optimisation
  • CO2 electrolyser development and optimisation
  • Industrial carbon footprint mapping and modelling
  • Techno-economic feasibility analysis for CO2 capture and utilisation technologies.


3. Gas Chromatograph (GC) – 2014, Shimadzu, Japan

Gas Chromatograph (GC) – 2014, Shimadzu, JapanGC – 2014 equipment is a usual chromatography equipment used for the quantification and analysis of mixture of gases or volatile compounds.

The sample gases/compounds are usually injected to GC using transport gas (Helium or nitrogen is used as the so-called carrier gas) and vaporized into the column. Either a capillary or a packed column is used in this case.

The column is the stationary phase and the gas is the mobile phase. The different components are then separated into the column.

After exiting the column, these components are quantified by the detectors. This equipment has been equipped with thermal conductivity detector (TCD) and flame Ionization detector (FID).