Dr. Khurram Saleem Joya ( Lecturer )

Dr. Khurram Joya obtained his PhD from Leiden University, The Netherlands (2007-2011). After PhD and a short stay at University of North Texas, USA, Dr. Joya joined the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion, Mulheim, Germany (2012-2013), as a Postdoctoral Fellow. Meanwhile, Dr. Joya also obtained a Research Valorization Grant (2012-2013) from TBSC Consortium (Towards Bio Solar Cells), The Netherlands. He then move to King Abdullah University of Science and technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia for another Postdoctoral Research (2013–2015). At present, Dr. Joya holds a faculty position at University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan.

Dr. Joya is also a visiting researcher at Leiden University, The Netherlands, University of North Texas, USA, Mersin University, Turkey and visiting scientist at LUMS (Lahore University of Management Sciences), Lahore, Pakistan. Dr. Joya has delivered many invited lectures all over the world, notably in USA, UK, Europe, Middle-East, Australia, and so on.

Dr. Joya is working on several projects related to catalytic systems for energy conversion and solar fuels generation, surface water splitting and CO2 reduction, molecular, organometallics and nanoscale catalytic materials, photo-electrocatalysis and electrochemistry.

Dr. Joya is the author of more than 40 research papers with cumulative impact factor of >160, contributed to two books and inventor of 09 Patents.

Latest Qualification : Ph.D. and three Postdocs

Teaching Courses

  • Applied Chemistry (BS Electrical Engineering
  • Applied Chemistry
  • Electrochemistry (MSc, MPhil, PhD)
  • Electroanalytical Techniques (MPhil, PhD)
  • Surface Chemistry (MPhil, PhD)
  • Physical Chemistry (MSc, MPhil, PhD)

Research Interest

  • Inorganic Materials & Nanoscale ElectroCatalysts Molecular Catalysts & Organometallics Surface Electrochemistry & In-Situ Spectroscopy Tandem & Multi-Junction PVs and Dye Solar Cells Supramolecular Self-assembling and Molecular Aggregation Heterocyclic Co
  • Inorganic Materials, Nanoscale ElectroCatalysts, Molecular Catalysts & Organometallics, Surface Electrochemistry, Tandem & Multi-Junction Solar Devices, Self-assembling and Molecular Aggregation, Heterocyclic Compounds & Organometallics
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Dr. Khurram Saleem Joya

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