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Dr Nisar Ahmed

Dr Nisar Ahmed

EPSRC Investigator

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Research interests

Innovative and enabling technologies-based research topics are preferred with broad applications that are beneficial for the scientific community (industry & academia) and welfare of society.

Modern Synthetic Chemistry

To derive value-added chemicals under green & sustainable conditions based on renewable energy resources to maximise atom economy using modern synthetic tools and enabling strategies such as electrocatalysis, microfluidic devices, photocatalysis and digital chemistry.

Supramolecular Chemistry

Molecular recognition of anions, cations and biomolecules or drugs via non-covalent interactions in aqueous and organic media at physiological pH using small molecules, nanomaterial and fluorescent probes. Supramolecular complexations are supported with theorical calculations.

Bywgraffiad

  • 2021 – present: EPSRC Investigator, Cardiff School of Chemistry,Cardiff University
  • 2018 – present: Adjunct Faculty, HEJ Research Institute of Chemistry,ICCBS
  • 2017 – 2019: Marie Curie COFUND Research Fellow (Sêr Cymru Fellow),Cardiff University
  • 2015 – 2016: Research Associate (Prof. A.P. Davis) School of Chemistry, University of Bristol
  • 2013 – 2015:  Novartis NIBR Fellow (Prof. H. J. Jessen), University of Zurich
  • 2012 – 2013:   NRF Postdoctoral Fellow (Prof. K. S. Kim), UNIST / POSTECH
  • 2009 – 2012: Ph.D in organic supramolecular chemistry (Prof. Kwang S. Kim), POSTECH

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  • Modern synthetic tools to derive value-added chemicals
  • Organic electrochemistry
  • Flow chemistry
  • Green Chemistry
  • Electro-, photo-, sono-, metalla- electrocatalysis
  • Digital & automated technology
  • Multiphasic catalysis
  • Sustainable catalysis
  • Synthesis of biologically important compounds
  • Double, triple and C-H bonds functionalization
  • Annulations and heterocyclic reactions
  • Asymmetric transformations (memory of chirality)
  • Complementary chemistry (electrochemistry + photochemistry)
  • Development of microfluidic devices
  • Artificial intelligence & machine learning
  • Gases conversion to fuels & chemicals
  • Organic supramolecular chemistry
  • Supramolecular complexation
  • Molecular recognition of ions and biomolecules
  • Fluorescent probes and receptors