Dr. Nasir Javed

0938 281026 (Ext. 2492)
Office G-15, Faculty Of Engineering Sciences

Dr. Nasir Javed

Assistant Professor FES


MS Physics, COMSATS Institute of Information Technologies, Islamabad, Pakistan

MS Materials Science and Engineering, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA 

PhD Materials Science and Engineering, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA

Research Interests:

Studying light-matter interaction, photonics, organic optoelectronics, nanomaterials, energy materials, plasmonics, carbon nanostructures, environmentally friendly materials.

Selected Publications

  • Nasir Javed, Zhongkai Cheng, Kun Zhu, Ryan Crichton, Hemanth Maddali, Gene Hall, Jianyuan Zhang, Jing Li and Deirdre M. O’Carroll, Carbon Dot-like Molecular Nanoparticles, their Photophysical Properties, and Implication for LEDs, ACS Applied Nano Materials, 2022, 5 (8), 11741–11751
  • Nasir Javed, Deirdre M O’Carroll, Long-term effects of impurities on the particle size and optical emission of carbon dots, Nanoscale Advance, 2021, 3 (1), 182-189
  • Nasir Javed, Deirdre M O’Carroll, Carbon Dots and Stability of Their Optical Properties, Particle & Particle Systems Characterization, 2021, 38(4), 2000271
  • Zhongkai Cheng, Nasir Javed, Fang Zhao, Deirdre M. O’Carroll, Photon recycling in organic semiconductor films using plasmonic metasurfaces, Materials Today Physics, 2023, 38, 10124
  • Zhongkai Cheng, Nasir Javed, Deirdre M O’Carroll, Optical and Electrical Properties of Organic Semiconductor Thin Films on Aperiodic Plasmonic Metasurfaces, ACS applied materials & interfaces, 2020, 12 (31), 35579-35587
  • William P Lustig, Zeqing Shen, Simon J Teat, Nasir Javed, Ever Velasco, Deirdre M O’Carroll, Jing Li, Rational design of a high-efficiency, multivariate metal–organic framework phosphor for white LED bulbs, Chemical science, 2020, 11(7), 1814-1824 

Complete list: https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=G7g_MFUAAAAJ&view_op=list_works&sortby=pubdate

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