Dr. B. Mohammed Jaffar Ali

Research Area

With Physics and Materials Science training, and having extensive post-PhD research experience in biological physics, I have identified myself a niche area in the interdisciplinary field of bioenergy and biophotonics. My research group emphasis is oriented towards translational research and entrepreneurship activities. Current research and development focus area are: (a) Developing enhanced visible light photocatalytic harnessing solar energy for self-cleansing, self-sterile material coating, biomass to energy/biofeul conversion and environmental remediation applications; (b) Biomass to bioenergy with algae as major focus. In addition, developing algal-based CO2 sequestration, air-purification systems, and bioreactors design are under progress.

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Notable Publications

Compaction of single DNA molecules induced by binding of integration host factor (IHF) BMJ Ali, R Amit, I Braslavsky, AB Oppenheim, O Gileadi, J Stavans Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA) Vol.98, No.19, p10658-10663 Impact Factor: 9.58 Paper Citation: 151 Year 2001

A direct detection of Escherichia coli genomic DNA using gold nanoprobes P Bakthavathsalam, VK Rajendran, Jaffar Ali, B. M. Journal of Nanobiotechnology Vol.10, No.1, p8 Impact Factor: 5.81 Paper Citation: 73 Year: 2012

A study on the free radical generation and photocatalytic yield in extended surfaces of visible light active TiO2 compoundsV Raja, L Shiamala, K Alamelu, BMJ Ali Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells Vol.152, p125-132 Impact Factor: 6.01 Paper Citation: 19 Year: 2016

Reconstruction and analysis of a genome-scale metabolic model of Nannochloropsis gaditanaA Ahmad, S Srivastava, BMJ Ali Algal Research Vol.26, p354-364 Impact Factor: 3.72 Paper Citation: 12 Year: 2017

Biphasic TiO2 nanoparticles decorated graphene nanosheets for visible light driven photocatalytic degradation of organic dyes K Alamelu, V Raja, L Shiamala, BMJ Ali Applied Surface Science Vol.430, p145-154 Impact Factor: 5.15 Paper Citation: 67 Year: 2018

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