Research Interests: Nanomaterials, Materials Characterization, Fuel Cells, Oxide Ceramics, Energy Materials, Methane Reforming, High-temperature corrosion.
Dr. Shirjeel Khan received his BS degree in Materials Engineering from GIK Institute in 2012. After that he moved to South Korea to pursue his MS degree from University of Science and Technology, South Korea. After finishing his Master’s course, he was hired as a Researcher at Korea Institute of Energy Research. In 2016, He moved to Australia to pursue his PhD degree at the School of Chemical Engineering, The University of Queensland. His PhD thesis was ‘Air Electrode Stability for Solid Oxide Cells’. After submitting his PhD thesis, he worked as a Research Officer at the same University for 10 months.
He has published numerous research papers in prestigious international journals. Along with this, his research work has also been presented at various international conferences.