Dr. A. Subramania

Research Area

Professor. Subramania Angaiah has been working in the field of Materials Electrochemistry for the last 20 years. His area of research includes M-ion batteries, Supercapacitors, Dye-sensitized solar cells, Nanocomposites, Electrospun polymer membrane electrolytes for electrochemical energy devices, Corrosion and Surface Engineering etc. He has published more than 120 research articles in the peer-reviewed international journals and also has taken few patents in India, US and EU in the above mentioned research topics. He has visited KIST, Seoul, South Korea as a Visiting scientist to work for one year to work on the development of Li-ion battery.

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Notable Publications

"All Solid-State Electrospun PVDF-HFP /Li7.1La3Ba0.05Zr1.95O12 Nanohybrid Membrane Electrolyte for High-Energy Li-Ion Capacitors. Dheeraj K. Maurya, Vignesh M, Subramania Angaiah* ACS- Journal of Physical Chemistry C Just Accepted, DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcc.9b09264 (2019). Impact Factor – 4.309"

"Optimizing graphene content in a NiSe/graphene nanohybrid counter electrode to boost the photovoltaic performance of dye-sensitized solar cells. V Murugadoss, J Lin, H Liu, X Mai, T Ding, Z Guo, Subramania Angaiah* Nanoscale 11 (2019), 17579-17589"

"A simple one-step hydrothermal synthesis of cobalt-nickel selenide/graphene nanohybrid as an advanced platinum free counter electrode for dye sensitized solar cell. Vignesh M, P. Panneerselvam, C. Yan, Z. Guo, Subramania Angaiah* Electrochimica Acta 312 (2019) 157-167."

"Influence of pulse reverse current on mechanical and corrosion resistance properties of Ni-MoSe2 nanocomposite coatings. M Narayanasamy, B Kirubasankar, A Joseph, C Yan, Subramania Angaiah* Applied Surface Science 493 (2019)225-230"

"2D MoSe2-Ni(OH)2 nanohybrid as an efficient electrode material with high rate capability for asymmetric supercapacitor applications Balakrishnan Kirubasankar, Pazaniraja Palanisamy, Subasri Arunachalam, Vignesh Murugadoss and Subramania Angaiah* Chemical Engineering Journal 355 (2019) 881 "